• Four more for Kallithea

    A Polish defender and Hungarian forward are among four players signed today by Kallithea GS, a Greek club plagued by injuries and suspensions in recent months.

  • Szalachowski signs for Arsenal

    Polish Under-19 striker Sebastian Szalachowski has become the latest addition to FC Arsenal Kyiv's squad.

  • Piekarski parts company with Anorthosis

    Anorthosis Famagusta FC's Mariusz Piekarski has become the third Polish player to leave the Cypriot first division club following the earlier exits of Wojciech Kowalczyk and Slawomir Majak.

  • Widzew rescue Wlodarczyk

    Piotr Wlodarczyk has left the French club AJ Auxerre and signed a two-year contract with Widzew Lódz of the Polish Ekstraklasa for an undisclosed fee.

  • Kuzba strengthens Wisla attack

    The Polish striker Marcin Kuzba has moved back to the Ekstraklasa where he has joined UEFA Cup contenders TS Wisla Kraków on a one-year loan after a spell in the French second division with AS Saint-Etienne.

  • Iraklis hit fast forward for Mieciel

    Marcin Mieciel has decided to leave Legia Warszawa for Greek side Iraklis FC earlier than planned.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Sypniewski heads back to Greece

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

  • 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.