All posts tagged "Wisla Krakow"

  • Poles Abroad
    Jop to return back to Poland

    Poland international Mariusz Jop plans to return back to Poland after finishing up the Russian season with FC Moscow.

  • Poles Abroad
    Double hundred in Żurawski’s sights

    Veteran Polish forward Maciej Zurawski has set his sights on scoring 200 league goals before he retires, perhaps bringing up the milestone in his homeland as the Larissa...

  • Poles Abroad
    Dudka already planning Auxerre departure

    AJ Auxerre defender and Polish international, Dariusz Dudka has told Gazeta Wyborcza that he is still planning on a summer move.

  • Poles Abroad
    Rafa To Fork Out £8m For ‘Kuba’?

    Liverpool gaffer Rafael Benitez is said to be after Dortmund star Jakub Błaszczykowski, but the wily Germans are keen to quadruple what they paid for him less than two years ago.

  • Ekstraklasa
    Bologna after the Brozek twins

    Having trouble in the Serie A, Bologna FC has looked into grabbing the Brozek twins for some much needed assistance.

  • UEFA
    MC: Lech in UEFA group stages!

    Lech Poznań qualified for the UEFA group stages today, with a stunning 4:2 win against Austria Wien. Wisła Kraków will not be representing Poland in UEFA this year, after failing to score a second...

  • UEFA
    MC: Wisla strike, Lech in no mans land

    Wisla Krakow joins fellow Polish club, Lech Poznan in the first round of the UEFA Cup with similar results.

  • Poles Abroad
    Skorza: Barça asked about Brozek

    Wisla Krakow coach Maciej Skorża revealed to Polish newspaper "Rzeczpospolitą" about the interest of Barcelona wanting Pawel Brozek. Explaining that Guardiola was very eager about him.

  • Ekstraklasa
    Marcelo promises commitment at Wisła

    UEFA Cup hopefuls Wisła Kraków have signed Brazilian Marcelo as a free agent, with the 21-year-old former Santos FC central defender vowing: "To give my best and play as...

  • Poles Abroad
    Matusiak throws in the towel at 26

    Polish international forward Radosław Matusiak has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 26, with his father Janusz saying: "My son will now become a businessman."