Edmund Twórz

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Edmund Twórz
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Personal information
Full name Edmund Franciszek Twórz
Date of birth 12 Febrary 1914
Place of birth Poland
Date of death 29 September 1987
Playing position Defender
National team

Edmund Franciszek Twórz (born 12 February 1914, died 29 September 1987) was a Polish footballer (defender) who was in the Polish squad called up for the 1938 FIFA World Cup, but was left in Poland prior to the beginning of the tournament, as only 15 players went to Strasbourg. During that time he played for Warta Poznań. He was capped six times for Poland[1]:

  • 1937 :

- Bulgaria Bulgaria 3:3 Poland Poland

- Poland Poland 2:1 Latvia Latvia

  • 1938

- Latvia Latvia 2:1 Poland Poland

  • 1939

- France France 4:0 Poland Poland

- Poland Poland 3:3 Belgium Belgium

- Poland Poland 1:1 Switzerland Switzerland

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