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.
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...
Georgian Soccer Thread
Well since Raanan started a Ukrainian Soccer Thread i thought it would be good to start a Georgian Soccer Thread. There are some many well known Georgian players lying around such Kakha Kaladze of AC Milan, George Kinkladze and Timour Ketsbaia.
Georgia is an up and comin...
Since 2000 the league was reduced from 18 to this years Superleague with 12 teams.
These are Superleague teams:
- Kosova Prishtina
- Trepqa 89
The firts 6 teams will go for play off, while the...