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Smuda sent calls on the next friendly match against Georgia:

Wojciech Szczesny (Arsenal FC, Anglia)
Grzegorz Sandomierski (Jagiellonia Białystok).

Lukasz Piszczek (BV Borussia 1909)
Arkadiusz Głowacki (Trabzonspor Kulübü)
Tomasz Jodłowiec (Polonia Warszawa)
Jakub Wawrzyniak (Legia Warszawa)
Grzegorz Wojtkowiak (Lech Poznań)
Maciej Sadlok (Polonia Warszawa)

Dariusz Dudka (AJ Auxerre)
Ludovic Obraniak (LOSC Lille Métropole)
Adam Matuszczyk (1.FC Köln)
Slawomir Peszko (1.FC Köln)
Eugen Polanski (1.FSV Mainz 05)
Jakub Błaszczykowski (BV Borussia 1909, Niemcy)
Adrian Mierzejewski (Trabzonspor Kulübü)
Rafał Murawski (Lech Poznań)
Szymon Pawłowski (Zagłębie Lubin)

Robert Lewandowski (BV Borussia 1909)
Paweł Brożek (Trabzonspor Kulübü)
Michał Kucharczyk (Legia Warszawa)

Smuda sent the call also for 100% German, that's Eugen Polanski, who said a year ago, that he cannot imagine his play for other national team, because "his heart is Deutsch". And then he decided to resign from play for our nt.

However he has lost any chances to play for their nt, so he changed his mind, because playing for Poland on E2012 would be a really good advertisement for him. And about a month ago (after this change of own decision) he said that in polish-german match he'd be supporting german team.

I can't imagine that ****ing volksdeutsch in polish shirt, however that's well known Smuda's life motto sounds...



...I suppose that Slavic people here can translate it in right way ;)
 

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Smuda called the team on matches against Italy and Hungary:

Smuda called the team on matches against Italy and Hungary:

Goalies:
Wojciech Szczęsny (Arsenal FC, England)
Łukasz Fabiański (Arsenal FC, England)

Defenders:
Łukasz Piszczek (BV Borussia 1909, Germany)
Marcin Wasilewski (RSC Anderlecht, Belgium)
Damien Perquis (FC Sochaux-Montbéliard, France)
Jakub Wawrzyniak (Legia Warszawa)
Grzegorz Wojtkowiak (Lech Poznań)
Arkadiusz Głowacki (Trabzonspor Kulübü, Turkey)
Tomasz Jodłowiec (Polonia Warszawa)
Marcin Komorowski (Legia Warszawa)

Midfielders:
Rafał Murawski (Lech Poznań)
Dariusz Dudka (AJ Auxerre, France)
Jakub Błaszczykowski (BV Borussia 1909, Germany)
Ludovic Obraniak (LOSC Lille Métropole, France)
Adrian Mierzejewski (Trabzonspor Kulübü, Turkey)
Adam Matuszczyk (1.FC Köln, Germany)
Eugen Polanski (1.FSV Mainz 05, Germany)
Sławomir Peszko (1.FC Köln, Germany)
Janusz Gol (Legia Warszawa)
Maciej Rybus (Legia Warszawa)

Strikers:
Robert Lewandowski (BV Borussia 1909, Germany)
Paweł Brożek (Trabzonspor Kulübü, Turkey)

There's only visible lack of Borysiuk, who should be called instead of Polanski, who's not a Pole and who's stick to the bench since a month. Also Grosicki's lack is suprising, he's doing decent work in Turkey and he's still young.

Boenisch from Bremen, Tyton from PSV and Piotr Brozek from Trabzonspor are still injured, Jelen is trying to back to own top form in Lille.
 

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Very nice game Poland against Hungary, .. now you need to take it to a whole new dimension in the tournament (i.e. Euro 2012);.

Hungary wants you to meet, greet and defeat all opposition in Euro 2012, greetings from wise old brothers. Defeat all foreigners! :)

Hungary will watch and listen with excitement and joy on how Poland does in the tournament.

Hungary wants Poland to take "the cake" with ribbons and silver, and do devastating work in the tournament.

Do devastating victorious feats in Euro 2012 Poland. God wills it.

God Bless You Poland!!



God Bless You Poland, it is that simple. You have a lot of fanfare from Central Europe. :)
 

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Thanks for good words :thumbsup: I've always said that Slovaks and Hungarians are the most friendly nations for us. Like the old proverb says: "Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki" :thumbsup:
 

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Here's your team


Golmani: Tomasz Ptak (Stomil Olsztyn), Michal Szromnik (Arka Gdynia).

Odbrana: Mateusz Bany (Miedz Legnica), Michal Czekaj (Wisla Krakow), Sebastian Duda (Widzew Lodz), Daniel Dziwniel (Offenbacher FC Kickers 1901), Filip Modelski (Jagiellonia Bialystok), Konrad Wieczorek (Okocimski KS Brzesko), Lukasz Zejdler (Cracovia).

Sredina: Mateusz Klich (VfL Wolfsburg), Michał Chrapek (Wisla Krakow), Wojciech Golla (Pogon Szczecin), Michal Szewczyk (Wisla Krakow), Piotr Zielinski (Udinese Calcio).

Napad: Mariusz Rybicki (Widzew Lodz), Mateusz Kupczak (GKS Tychy), Bartlomiej Pawlowski (Warta Poznan), Lukasz Teodorczyk (Polonia Warszawa).
 

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It's MUCH experimental side, mostly based on 17, 18 and 19 years old footballers. Only Teodorczyk and Klich played regulary in this team in the last year. Zielinski is a pure talent, but three years younger than others. On goalie's position we could put four or five better players than Ptak and Szromnik, just like Kurto from Roda Kerkrade, Pawlowski from Udinese Calcio or the goalies playing regulary in Polish league - Skorupski, Slowik or Skowron. That's how look like our top U-21 squad:

Kurto (Roda Kerkrade)

Olkowski (Gornik Zabrze)
Salamon (Brescia Calcio)
Kaminski (Lech Poznan)
Oleksy (Piast Gliwice)

Borysiuk (1.FC Kaiseslautern)
Lukasik (Legia Warszawa)

Wszolek (Polonia Warszawa)
Wolski (Legia Warszawa)
Milik (Gornik Zabrze)

Sobiech (Hannover 96)
 
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