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I think it has to be Zbigniew Boniek :)
He was truly amazing at the World Cup in 82 and for Juventus in many years, and nobody can forget his magnificent hat-trick against Belgique :)
 

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Who is Kozminski??

And perhaps Wladslaw Zmuda can also be considered one of the greats. I believe he featured in four different World Cups right?
 

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Bazman said:
Who is Kozminski??

And perhaps Wladslaw Zmuda can also be considered one of the greats. I believe he featured in four different World Cups right?
Zmuda was amazing! :star:

Kozminski played at Brescia, then Ancona. He was left-def/left-wing. He was OK, but nothing special.
 

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1. Lubanski by far
2. Deyna
3. Boniek

What Lubanski did before his injury was just purely amazing, his pace, quickness and dribbling skills rivaled anyone in history of football. I watched the Poland-England game played in Chorzow in 1973 recently, and the guy made English defenders look like lost children. Shame that his shady dealings as a manager tarnished his rep a bit, and of course, that his injury (common and treatable by today's standards) cut his career way too short, as he was never the same even after he made his come-back.
 

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What about Ernest Wilimowski and his four goals against Brasil in World Cup 1938, France? 22 caps, 21 goals. What a shame he agreed to play for Germany.
But on the other side he had much more to lose than Klose or Podolski who deny their homeland nowadays...
 

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It's impossible to pick the best.

Lato - most successful at national team level

Boniek - best recognized Polish player and most successful at club level

Lubanski - a whizzkid of Polish football

Deyna - so much appreciated by his teammates.

Well, it would probably be more fair to limit ourselves only to the best Polish player we have ever seen live - or at least on tv. In my case it's Roman Kosecki :D
 

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It's not impossible I think. If I had the ability to make it into a poll of who the best ever Polish player was, then I'm sure everyone would eventually be able to pick just one.
 
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