Czarni Żagań

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Czarni Żagań
Full name MKS Czarni Żagań
Nickname(s) Czarni (The Blacks)
Founded 1957
Ground Stadion Czarnych
Ground Capacity 1,300
Chairman Poland Paweł Lichtański
Manager Poland Zbigniew Smółka
Zbigniew Szymkowicz
League Polish Second League
2008/2009 14th, Group West

MKS Czarni Żagań is a football team from Żagań, Poland, founded in 1957.[1] In 2010–11 the team plays in the Polish Second League (II Liga Polska).

The club reached the final of the Polish Cup (Puchar Polski) in 1965, where they lost to Górnik Zabrze.[2]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Poland GK Karol Buchla
Poland GK Mariusz Rzepecki
Poland DF Michał Sudoł
Poland DF Tomasz Gajowy
Poland DF Artur Janus
Poland DF Piotr Galuś
Senegal DF Mady Cissé
Poland DF Piotr Wodnicki
Poland MF Michał Wróbel II
Poland DF Piotr Ficon
Poland MF Jakub Małecki
No. Position Player


Poland MF Marek Tracz
Poland MF Maciej Kwiatkowski
Poland MF Dariusz Pichowiak
Poland MF Wojciech Frach
Poland MF Krzysztof Wierzbicki
Poland MF Mateusz Szczur
Poland MF Jarosław Gad
Poland FW Tomasz Kosztowniak
Poland FW Tadeusz Tyc

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.90minut.pl/skarb.php?id_klub=56&id_sezon=73
  2. ^ Pawel Mogielnicki (2 June 2010). "Poland - List of Cup Finals". RSSSF. Retrieved 10 August 2011.