• Gent make move for Żewłakow

    Belgian UEFA Intertoto Cup hopefuls KAA Gent have signed former Poland striker Marcin Żewłakow on a two-year contract from French side FC Metz for an undisclosed fee. The 30-year-old - twin brother of Michal Żewłakow - spent last season on loan at R. Excelsior Mouscron and joins Gent after Moubarak Boussoufa's departure...

  • Rasiak ready for Tottenham

    clubs Tottenham Hotspur FC, Newcastle United FC and West Bromwich Albion FC all made last-minute deadline-day signings to complete their 2005/06 squads. Rasiak readyTottenham landed Poland striker Grzegorz Rasiak for €2.9m from Derby County FC. The 26-year-old scored 16 goals

  • Wisla hope to crack it this time

    A 3-1 win over Panathinaikos FC in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday may have given Wisla Kraków fans, and everybody connected to the club, a spring in their step; but no one is taking for granted a first appearance in the group stage of Europe's premier club competition.

  • Guimarães swoop for Saganowski

    Portuguese UEFA Cup hopefuls Vitória SC have signed Polish international striker Marek Saganowski from Legia Warszawa for an undisclosed sum.

  • Boruc in big time at Celtic

    Celtic FC have signed Poland goalkeeper Artur Boruc after failing in their bid to land the Finland No1 Antti Niemi.

  • Zurawski excited at Celtic chance

    UEFA Champions League entrants Celtic FC have completed the €3.1m signing of Polish international striker Maciej Zurawski on a four-year contract.

  • Smolarek setback for club and country

    Euzebiusz Smolarek faces time on the sidelines.

  • Dudek driven by Polish predecessors

    Liverpool FC's Jerzy Dudek is looking forward to tonight's UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg against Chelsea FC as he aims to emulate fellow goalkeeper Jozef Mlynarczyk, one of only two Polish players to have won the European Champion Clubs' Cup.

  • Austria’s blond bombshell

    When Groclin Grodzisk Dyskobolia Wielkopolski's Sebastian Mila moved to FK Austria Wien back on 9 January, it was, for many in Poland, a long overdue elevation for the 22-year-old.

  • Bak ruled out for Lens

    RC Lens's Polish international defender Jacek Bak will be sidelined for up to two months after sustaining a knee ligament injury.