• Wisla suspend unhappy Uche

    Wisla Kraków have suspended Nigerian international Kalu Uche for six months after a row over reported interest in the player from AFC Ajax.

  • Double deal for Legia

    Legia Warszawa have signed Tomasz Sokolowski from KS Amika Wronki and Andrzej Krzysztalowicz from Zaglebie Lubin on free transfers.

  • Leczna clinch Ekstraklasa berth

    GKS Górnik Leczna claimed a place in Poland's Ekstraklasa next season after completing a 3-1 aggregate victory over Zaglebie Lubin in the promotion/relegation play-offs.

  • Okuka ousted at Legia

    Legia Warszawa coach Dragomir Okuka has been replaced by his assistant Dariusz Kubicki after the club failed to qualify for European competition.

  • Plock breach foreign players rule

    Legia Warszawa have been awarded a 3-0 victory in last week's home Polish First Division fixture against Wisla Plock by the Polish Football federation (PZPN).

  • TV replay condemns Kielbowicz

    Legia Warszawa left-winger Tomasz Kielbowicz has been suspended for two matches after a foul against Wisla Plock unnoticed by the referee.

  • Wisla win fourth Polish Cup

    Wisla Kraków completed the first part of what promises to be a domestic double after recovering from last week's shock 1-0 first-leg home defeat by Wisla Plock to win the Polish Cup 3-1 on aggregate.

  • Polish clubs go it alone

    With financial problems leaving many clubs at crisis point, the Polish Football League (PLP) has decided to hand over control of the Ekstraklasa to the clubs by June 2005 - a move not met with universal approval.

  • Hugues ruled out for season

    Wisla Kraków's French goalkeeper Angelo Hugues will not play again for the Polish league leaders as a result of the arm injury he suffered in the 2-1 win against Legia Warszawa earlier this month.

  • Jablonski takes Plock post

    Polish strugglers Wisla Plock have named Miroslaw Jablonski as their new coach following the resignation of Mieczyslaw Broniszewski earlier in the week.