Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Lewandowski OUT for Scotland friendly

Robert Lewandowski will miss Poland's friendly with Scotland on Wednesday due to a knee injury, according to Robert Blonski of Przeglad Sportowy.

Lewandowski arrived at Poland's camp on Monday complaining about an injury he suffered during Borussia Dortmund's 3-0 win over FC Nurnberg in which he played the full 90 minutes and scored a goal.

13 comments:

  1. Looks like Poland might score some goals now. :)

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    1. Keep hiding behind a computer screen to to empower yourself and since you obviously have masculinity issues.

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    2. Masculinity issues? You sound like a closest case, bro. Just admit it. You want to love Blazej.

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    3. The fact that you correlate the term 'masculinity issues' with homosexuals would also indicate your uncomfortableness with your sexuality.

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    4. OK, Freud. Is that what your mom told you last night?

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    5. Unbelievable comeback. Did you think of that all by yourself?

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    6. Chris Aponte

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  2. I don't think Lewy needs all the hate but for real, Lewy is the guy that needs the most practice with this squad. He needs to get on the same page with these guys in order for Poland to start scoring more. It doesn't matter what happens in this game because ultimately, Lewy will be the striker for Poland when the games count and no one will know how to feed him the ball.

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    1. The players need to step up to his level, not him stoop to their amateur talents.

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    2. true but they won't be able to do that without Lewy playing in these games.

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  3. We need a play maker, when we will find a guy like Gundogan, we will be in business

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  4. I don't blame him. The NT is a huge waste of time.

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  5. I don't think our priority is a play maker. Having Ludo back is definitely a huge boost when it comes to set pieces, but one player won't change the team. Poland needs to be a lot stronger off the ball, finding positions to move forward and giving our players that are on the ball, options. Lewandowski is amazing with linkup play and that would benefit him immensely but that applies to all the other players as well (i know hes not playing). Whoever is playing needs support from the rest of the team. I think the RM, LM and CAM positions all need to focus on that so that the ST can lay people off and also give the CDM the ability to push the momentum up the pitch through them rather than carrying it up themselves.

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