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Game against Northern Ireland was very hard, but 3 points after Zurawski's goal are most important. Now we are still 1 point behind England and playoffs are real. It's only a pity, that match Austria - Wales did'n ended with a draw.
If we will take 3 points also this time, we must hope thet England won't beat Wales in Cardiff. Wales is in bad form, but in derby match of UK they will try to do their best
 

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You also have to hope you dont get totally killed when u come to england
The match with ENgland is out of dicccution, espacially if England won´t claim 1st place ealier. I hope to wins against other teams
 

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You will win both against England and the rest of the teams in the group. I know England has got quite a dream team now currently with the in form Lampard,Gerrard,Cole,Terry and Rooney but you still have a chance.Its time for Poland to go to a big championship again and make an impact there like you used to do.
 

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Foreign contingent called up

Goalkeeper: Jerzy Dudek (1973, Liverpool FC, Anglia, 50A).

Defenders: Jacek Bak (1973, RC Lens, Francja, 60A-2 gole), Tomasz Rzasa (1973, SC Heerenveen, Holandia, 27A-1 gol).

Midfielders: Jacek Krzynowek (1976, Bayer Leverkusen, Niemcy, 49A-8 goli), Kamil Kosowski (1977, FC Kaiserslautern, Niemcy, 31A-3 gole), Radoslaw Kaluzny (1974, SC Rot-Weiss Essen, Niemcy, 41A-11 goli), Sebastian Mila (1982, Austria Wieden, 17A-3 gole), Arkadiusz Radomski (1977, SC Heerenveen, Holandia, 10A), Miroslaw Szymkowiak (1976, Trabzonspor, Turcja, 21A-2 gole),

Strikers: Andrzej Niedzielan (1979, NEC Nijmegen, Holandia, 13A-5 goli).

No Hajto in the team! Kaluzny there again... Only one striker, which means there will be three of them from Polish clubs...
 

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Kaluzny there again...


:yuck: :wth: :( :mad: :stuckup: :frustrat: :doh: :rolleyes: :scared: :cry: :googly: :depress: :frownani: :stress: :crybaby: :nono: :wallbang: :sob: :scream:
 

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Since it looks like RW Essen is about to be relegated to the third division, will Janas still call him up then? :thmbdown: :hangover: :googly: :frustrat: :thmbdown: :thmbdown:
 

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Smoga said:
Kaluzny there again...


:yuck: :wth: :( :mad: :stuckup: :frustrat: :doh: :rolleyes: :scared: :cry: :googly: :depress: :frownani: :stress: :crybaby: :nono: :wallbang: :sob: :scream:
Not only he's poor but also stupid. As we know stupidity is contagious so he's dangerous even if he doesn't play.

I'd also like to see Rzasa retiring from the NT.
 

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Possible, especially taking our players' attitude to friendly matches into consideration ;)

Is Albania playing WC qualifier later in the week?
 

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Albania will play next match in WCQ on 4th June against Georgia but without public, it's a penalty from UEFA. Their next home match (against Kazakhstan) will be also playd without public.

This friendly against Albania can be important because Balkan teams are playing with ambition also in friendlies. It can be a hard match.
 

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Rasiak has been called up, according too the Derby site anyway. Mind you the Derby site thinks your playing albania in a world cup qualifier :wallbang:
 

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It's nothing, I remember The Sun printed a map after the WC quals draw with Germany captioned as Poland. Anyway, it's true that Rasiak's been called up. Janas said he expects a tough game and he needs someone to take a penalty. :D

PS It's a nice song in your signature, I wonder if it'd catch on in Poland ;) I think it'd go sth like this: Mamy naprawde wielkiego slupa (pole), mamy naprawde wielkiego slupa, co strzela jak dupa... (remember it'd reffer to his NT performance) ;)
 

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Kaluzny is injured!!!!

:star: :jester: :howler: :lick: :thumbsup: :D :party: :heart: :smileani:
Swierczewski might be a replacement (source: przeglad sportowy)

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Thankfully Przeglad Sportowy's prediction was incorrect:

Bramkarze: Jerzy Dudek (1973, Liverpool FC, Anglia, 50A), Artur Boruc (1980, Legia Warszawa, 6A), Marcin Cabaj (1980, Cracovia, 0A).

Obrońcy: Jacek Bąk (1973, RC Lens, Francja, 60A-2 gole), Tomasz Rząsa (1973, SC Heerenveen, Holandia, 27A-1 gol), Marcin Baszczyński (1977, Wisła Kraków, 19A), Tomasz Kłos (1973, Wisła Kraków 60A-4 gole), Maciej Stolarczyk (1972, Wisła Kraków, 7A), Tomasz Kiełbowicz (1976, Legia Warszawa, 7A), Jarosław Bieniuk (1979, Amica Wronki, 7A-1 gol).

Pomocnicy: Jacek Krzynówek (1976, Bayer Leverkusen, Niemcy, 49A-8 goli), Kamil Kosowski (1977, FC Kaiserslautern, Niemcy, 31A-3 gole), Sebastian Mila (1982, Austria Wiedeń, 17A-3 gole), Arkadiusz Radomski (1977, SC Heerenveen, Holandia, 10A), Mirosław Szymkowiak (1976, Trabzonspor, Turcja, 21A-2 gole), Radosław Sobolewski (1976, Wisła Kraków, 6A-1 gol), Marek Zieńczuk (1978, Wisła Kraków, 4A), Paweł Kaczorowski (1974, Legia Warszawa, 13A-1 gol), Bartosz Karwan (1976, Legia Warszawa, 21A-4 gole).

Napastnicy: Andrzej Niedzielan (1979, NEC Nijmegen, Holandia, 13A- 5 goli), Grzegorz Rasiak (1979, Derby County, Anglia, 18A-3 gole), Tomasz Frankowski (1974, Wisła Kraków, 10A-6 goli), Maciej Żurawski (1976, Wisła Kraków, 40A-11 goli).
 

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I've seen Swierczewski in action 11 times this spring. Most of his performances have been excellent, only two mediocre. He's definitely better than Kaluzny and, arguably, Radomski as well.

"Swir" is the most respected Lech Poznan player at the moment. An inspiring leader. A true profesional. And a good man. Yes, his self-confidence may irritate but I think he deserved a chance for a comeback to the NT.
 

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I didn't watch Lech very often this season. Swir might be good against Leczna but he's no international. He had some good games in "Engel's era" but also had some embarrassing appearances including the infamous World Cup. And this whole Iwan case. And other scandals ("pedaly", "gorace kubki"). Besides, he's too old.

No, I don't want to see him ever again in the NT. Definitely not.
 

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maior's point that Swierczewski's return would only ferment and destibilize a squad that at the moment enjoys pretty good chemistry is well made here. There may be various reasons why he seems to thrive at Lech this season, but it's doubtful that these exist at the national team level, where one guy (especially with a strong personality like Swierczewski) can easily destroy a fine balalnce. I'd rather not see him on the NT ever again, nor Hajto, for the same reason for that matter. Whereas Bak, Klos, even Rzasa have been able to adjust to the new reality at the NT, those two guys are more trouble than they're worth.
 

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maior said:
It's nothing, I remember The Sun printed a map after the WC quals draw with Germany captioned as Poland. Anyway, it's true that Rasiak's been called up. Janas said he expects a tough game and he needs someone to take a penalty. :D

PS It's a nice song in your signature, I wonder if it'd catch on in Poland ;) I think it'd go sth like this: Mamy naprawde wielkiego slupa (pole), mamy naprawde wielkiego slupa, co strzela jak dupa... (remember it'd reffer to his NT performance) ;)
:howler: Wonder if he'll be first too step forward next time a penalty is given, too be fair it was a well struck penalty, sent the keeper the wrong way, just hit the post and came back :(
 
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