ROTTERDAM, Netherlands. July 29 (PSN) – Euzebiusz “Ebi” Smolarek has ended his footballing career.
The 47-capped Polish representative has decided to continue his adventure in football and will be coaching youth teams at Feyenoord Rotterdam.
There was a lot of talk regarding Smolarek during the winter. The former player of Feyenoord, Borussia Dortmund and Racing Santander was in talks on signing a contract with the exotic club Duli Pengiran Muda Mahkota Football Club (DPMM FC). It is owned by Prince Al-Muhtadee Billah, who along with his father is the owner of a collection 7000 cars worth $5 billion.
Another direction was the newly promoted Indonesian Premier League team PS Kwarta Deli Serdang.
Ebi Smolarek Instead, decided to go on trial to the Russian second division Torpedo Moscow, which ended in total humiliation for the Polish international. The Russian coaches concluded that the striker struggled to even run on the pitch.
What better impetus to end his career. Polish fans of Smolarek remember him best thanks to the incredible night on October 11, 2006. Smolarek scored two goals against Portugal, helping Poland top their UEFA EURO 2008 Qualifying Group.
According to Voetbal International Smolarek will be coaching youth groups at his former club, Feyenoord Rotterdam.
The same function was served by many years by his deceased father, Waldemar, who also was a Polish international.
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