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Fabbs
09-11-13, 02:48 PM
As a keen fan of Wisła Kraków I never played To Madeira or Maxim Tsigalko, but whenever it was possible: PAWEŁ BROŻEK. I saw him live during his debut and knew already this guy might be a future world star. Well, he isn't, but unlike other CM 0102 legends he reached some top achievements and is still playing well.

:clap::hail:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brozek3.jpg

In short:

* won Polish Championship with Wisła Kraków 7 times
* won Polish Cup with Wisła Kraków 3 times
* won Polish League Cup once
* won Polish Super Cup once

Played for Wisła Kraków, Trabzonspor, Celtic (loan, 3 apps only) and is back in Wisła now with tho total apps number 256 and total goals number 116.

Played also for Polish National Team 37 times, scored 8 goals and assisted 6 times.

And all of these so far, because he's back in Wisła Kraków and still playing. And playing again like a legend this season: 8 apps, 6 goals, a couple of assists.

If you want more real life information on this great CM 0102 legend look at WIKI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pawe%C5%82_Bro%C5%BCek

Does anybody have some screenshots of this guy form original version?

Fods
09-11-13, 02:56 PM
I fucking love this guy :hail:

Fabbs
09-11-13, 03:05 PM
Oh, and I forgot to mention he also won:

Ekstraklasa (Polish Top League) Top Goalscorer: 2007–08, 2008–09
Polish Domestic Best Player: 2008
Ekstraklasa Footballer of the Season: 2008–09

Some dreams really come true! :peace:

info0
09-11-13, 03:23 PM
Not to take away anything from him, but how great Ekstraklasa or Polish league is in general, could have been seen in Europa League (Legia Warsaw - Champions last season, 0 goals scored, 0 points taken :lol:).

But they are at the top of Polish league...

Yeah.

I would say, Robert Lewandowski is career Brozek would love to have had, but he a) moved abroad when he was too old, b) his lack of technique was clearly visible abroad. Being good in Polish Ekstraklasa is not making you great player :P.

Well, there is hope though in Stepinski, Pawlowski, Sobiech and few others :P.

Fabbs
09-11-13, 03:52 PM
Info0, fully agreed. :nod:

Just saying in real life Brożek really did something unlike To Madeira or Tsigalko.

And he did and still is doing a lot for my club, that's why for me his legend is so alive...

These goals of him are from this season alone. Still quite in shape, isn't he?


http://youtu.be/WMXchmZ8dAc

info0
09-11-13, 04:50 PM
Yeah, the problem is, in our league even old Saganowski scores goals and he is what now? 36-37?:D

He didn't play like that in Turkey. That's what my point is. Mierzejewski at least is starter for his team, Brozek was a failure (similar situation in Scotland - where Zurawski made it :D).

Yeah, I am happy he is back to rightful club he should have never leave really, maybe then Wisla would be first Polish club since 1999 to play in CL Group Stages ;D.