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Hieronim Barczak (born September 27, 1953 in Poznań) is a Polish footballer most noted for his captaincy of Lech Poznań. He also played internationally for the Poland national football team. Barczak was generally a left defender.
His football career started in 1967 at Polonia Poznań, before moving to Lech Poznań, for which he played fourteen seasons, most of it with an honour of team's captain. He played in 367 matches (including 167 consecutive appearances), scoring one goal, the former of which is still a club record. Upon completion of these fourteen seasons, he moved to FF Soedertaelje in 1986, before his retirement from professional football in 1988.
- "Hieronim Barczak" (in Polish). 90 Minut. Retrieved 2010-03-03.
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