Two rounds of games have been played so far
Widzew Lodz - Świt Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki 2:2
Gks Dospel Katowice - Groclin Dyskobolia Grodzisk Wlkp. 0:4
Gornik Leczna - Wisla Plock 3:1
Gornik Polkowice - Wisla Krakow 0:2
Lech Poznan - Gornik Zabrze 1:2
Amica Wronki - Polonia Warszawa 2:0
Odra Wodzislaw - Legia Warszawa 1:1
Amica - Lech 1:0
Wisla Krakow - Swit 4:0
Gornik Zabrze - Gornik Polkowice 1:0
Legia - Górnik Leczna 0:0
Widzew - Gks 1:2
Groclin - Odra 4:0
Wisla Plock - Polonia 0:0
1 Groclin 6 8-0
2 Wisla Krakow 6 6-0
3 Amica 6 3-0
4 Gornik Zabrze 6 3-1
5 Gornik Leczna 4 3-1
6 Gks 3 2-5
7 Legia 2 1-1
8 Widzew 1 3-4
9 Wisla Plock 1 1-3
10 Polonia 1 0-2
11 Swit 1 2-6
12 Odra 1 1-5
13 Lech 0 1-3
14 Gornik Polkowice 0 0-3
Groclin - seem to be number one candidates to depose Wisla. A lot of decent players (including NT guys), especially in midfield and attack. It's a bit too early to judge them fully though. Two question marks are their defence and new Slovakian coach (Radolsky).
Wisla K. - despite losing Kosowski, Kuzba and Uche, they remain the power that will be dominating our league. As for Euro Cups, Kasperczak is turned back to the starting point.
Amica - I don't think they'll be the champions this season, but with Kryszalowicz and Dawidowski (currently injured) Amica are capable of beating any team in Poland. Talented midfielder Burkhardt may leave any time.
Gornik Z. - new owner Marek Kozminski signed with some experienced Polish players and youngsters who were loaned from Serie A teams. Such mixture may lead to a surprisingly good result, but a failure is possible as well.
Gornik L. - greenhorns who started without any respect for big names. Seem to be stronger than other new teams.
Gks - last year's achievement was nothing but a fluke. I think they'll be a mid table team.
Legia - more in Legia thread soon
It doesn't look good for the moment.
Widzew - they seemingly have enough good players to sleep well, but the results are very poor. The reason is the number of financial and managemental problems the club is suffering from.
Wisla P. - another team that employs many well-known players, but permanently fails to impress. Players who have left Plock claim there is 'no atmosphere for football'.
Polonia - just like last year, levy in mass to save the club. The team have a lot of youngsters and no stars in their line-up, but I think they'll avoid relegation.
Swit - 'Szczakowianka affair' surprisingly promoted them to the top division. Being pressed for time and limited with money, they were unable to build a strong team. For many people the main candidate to be the whipping boys of Ekstraklasa, but I think they may beat one or two higher ranked teams.
Odra - a solid league team. Relegation isn't an option for them - and Euro Cups either.
Lech - a puzzle to solve. There are some good players, an ambitious coach and a huge crowd of dedicated fans. Lech have been very disappointing so far though. I think it can only be better now. Swierczewski will help them a lot, that's for sure.
Gornik P. - they'll fight hard, but have no guns to scary the strongest and more experienced teams of Ekstraklasa.