Jerzy Brzęczek is a name very well known to all Polish football fans. During seven years of his career in the Polish national team, he played 44 matches and won a silver medal at the Olympic Games with the youth national team. Now he has the opportunity to lead the Polish national team A.
Brzęczek started his football career in Olimpia Truskolasy and then continued it in Raków Częstochowa. His first club at the senior level was Olimpia Poznań, with which he made his debut in Ekstraklasa. After several years he moved to Lech Poznań and then to Górnik Zabrze and GKS Katowice. In 1995, he went abroad, where he spent the next 12 years. He played in Austria for Tirol Innsbruck, LASK Linz, Sturm Graz and FC Kaernten and in Israel for Maccabi Haifa. In 2007, he returned to Poland to don the jersey of Górnik Zabrze. He ended his football career two years later in Polonia Bytom.
Brzęczek has a rich career in the Polish national team behind him. In 1992, he was one of the main players in the Poland national youth football team which won a silver medal at the Olympics in Barcelona. In team A he played 42 matches and scored four goals. The most memorable goal was the one scored in the match against England at Wembley.
He began his coaching career as an assistant coach in Polonia Bytom. Then he led Raków Częstochowa, Lechia Gdańsk and GKS Katowice on his own. In the previous season, he was the coach of Wisła Płock, which took fifth place in LOTTO Ekstraklasa. He graduated from the School for Coaches of the Polish Football Association with the highest coaching qualifications. On 12 July 2018 the Polish Football Association announced that Jerzy Brzęczek would be the head coach of the Polish national football team.
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