PSN Staff

  • Poles Abroad
    Cruciate agony for Krzynowek

    A cruciate ligament injury sustained in a recent friendly will sideline 1. FC Nürnberg's Polish international Jacek Krzynowek for the rest of the year.

  • Poles Abroad
    Pole star’s promise to PAOK

    Polish international goalkeeper Radoslaw Majdan promised to boost FC PAOK Thessaloniki's UEFA Cup campaign today when he signed a one-year deal with the Greek club.

  • Ekstraklasa
    New Legia president targets group stage

    Edward Trylnik has replaced Leszek Miklas as president of Polish champions Legia Warszawa.

  • Men's National Team
    Boniek set to rejuvenate Poland

    New Poland coach Zbigniew Boniek is to make changes to an ageing national side as he bids to secure qualification for the UEFA European Championship final round for the first time in the country's history.

  • Poles Abroad
    Sypniewski heads back to Greece

    Igor Sypniewski has accepted a loan move to newly-promoted Greek club Kalithea from TS Wisla Kraków.

  • Poles Abroad
    Matysek deal falls through

    Cypriot first division club Omonia FC's bid to strengthen their squad for the 2002/03 season has suffered a blow after the acquisition of Polish international goalkeeper Adam Matysek from RKS Radomsko fell through.

  • Ekstraklasa
    Six players leave Legia

    Polish champions Legia Warszawa have lost six players as they prepare for their UEFA Champions League campaign.

  • Ekstraklasa
    All change at Zaglebie

    Polish Ekstraklasa club Zaglebie Lubin have appointed Adam Nawalka as their new coach.

  • Men's National Team
    Poland have plenty in reserve

    In their first two matches of the FIFA World Cup, against the Korean Republic and Portugal, the first European team to qualify for the finals looked tense and listless, but when the pressure was off, Jerzy Engel's Poland threw off the shackles of negativity and made sure they left the tournament with...

  • Men's National Team
    Victory no consolation for Poles

    There is little doubt among the Polish fans who are packing their bags to go back to Warsaw that, in spite of their national team's FIFA World Cup 3-1 victory against the United States, their finals campaign has been disappointing. The high hopes that accompanied Poland's status as the first European team...