KRAKOW, Poland. Apr 17 (PS) — In view of the tragic events of April 10, the Ekstraklasa had been temporarily suspended.
Wisla Krakow players did not play for 17 days. Now, within 10 days they along with the rest of Poland’s top flight will have to play four matches.
“It just happened to turn out that way. Such are unexpected situations like this and we have to adapt. Surely the coaches and we all did everything we could so were physically ready to get the most out of this marathon.” says Wisla midfielder, Rafal Boguski.
The next Tuesday Wisla in the resumed 24th round of the Ekstraklasa will play Slask Wroclaw.
“Certainly, this match could cause us a lot of fun, but at the same time it could result in an unpleasant ending. For now, we need to focus on the match with Slask, and from Wednesday we will be thinking about Lech.” admits the 25-year-old.
Boguski is said to be either supporting offensive actions upfront with either Pawel Brozek or with Patryk Malecki. The player himself admits that he prefers to play with Brozek.
“With Pawel I perhaps understand a little better, because ‘Maly’ gives the ball up more than Pawel. Therefore, it can be easier to create something from the ball with him, where with Patryk that rarely happens,” says the LKS Lomza graduate.
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