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Basilea e Sion ancora imbattute in Europa League.

Serata decisamente positiva per le compagini elvetiche impegnate in Europa League.

Il Basilea ha confermato la legge del “non c’è due senza tre” imponendosi contro il Lech Poznan con un tranquillo 2-0 dopo averli già affrontati e battuti per due volte lo scorso agosto durante i preliminari di Champions League. 190 more words


A (foreign) eye on the Ekstraklasa: Interview with Ben Stebbings of Football Radar

The Ekstraklasa doesn’t get many non-Polish viewers and many Poles would say that’s a good thing, such is the negativity surrounding the domestic league here.  But there are some foreign watchers (including yours truly) and they often are far more positive about the Ekstraklasa than Poles themselves.   1,111 more words

Lech and Legia's European woes spell trouble for coaches and coefficients

Both Lech Poznań and Legia Warsaw kicked-off their Europa League campaigns last night, with less-than thrilling performances piling the pressure on coaches Maciej Skorża and Henning Berg. 466 more words

Ryan Hubbard

Polish ultras and refugees: No generosity here

I’ve tried to stay neutral over the whole debate over refugees in Poland, I’ve tried to understand the worries of a society which is not multicultural and which needs time to adapt to ethnic minorities.   322 more words

Europa League Group Stage Draw 2015/16.

The Principality of Monaco played host to this year’s UEFA Europa League group stage draw. Fiorentina were drawn in to Group I of the competition. Paolo Sousa’s men will pit their wits against Lech Poznan of Poland, Belenenses of Portugal and lending some spice to proceedings – the men in purple will also compete with Sousa’s former charge FC Basel of Switzerland. 153 more words


Ekstraklasa 2015-6 preview

After a short six week break the Ekstraklasa returns tonight as the 2015-6 season kicks off with Wisła Kraków taking on Górnik Zabrze and Lechia Gdańsk playing Cracovia.   1,615 more words

How the Ekstraklasa was won (and lost)

by Ryan Hubbard

With the celebrations following Lech Poznań’s capture of their seventh league title on Sunday, it is all-too-easy to forget that the outcome could – and some may argue should – have been very different. 1,067 more words