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The main player of the national team had to leave the training camp.  He left for personal reasons [NASZ NEWS]

The main player of the national team had to leave the training camp. He left for personal reasons [NASZ NEWS]

Grzegorz Krychowiak left the ongoing training camp of the Polish national team. As we were able to find out, the main player in our team left Warsaw for personal reasons.

During Czeslaw Mitchewicz’s tenure, Grzegorz Krychowiak remained the leading figure in the Polish national team. The experienced midfielder returned to the starting lineup after a short break – he started Wednesday’s match against Wales with the start whistle.

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He spent 80 minutes on the field when he was replaced by Kamel Groske. However, the reason for changing the squad selector was not for health reasons – Poland wanted to score three points and Pogoń Szczecin winger was fueling our attacks.

In recent days, Grzegorz Krychowiak has continued his preparations with the Polish national team. He faces “Biao Cervonch” a difficult period, because in the coming weeks he will face the Dutch national team and twice with Belgium.

The first confrontation with the “Red Devils” is scheduled to begin on June 8. However, Krishowiak’s participation in this meeting is uncertain.

As we were able to find out, the main player in our team left the training camp. He left Warsaw for personal reasons.

Some of the comments are making fun of themselves or saying “he’s gone for a new contract”. And this is not the moment to ridicule Krechowiak. The reason for leaving college was the close family relationship. Unfortunately, this is not funny – Sebastian Staszewski adds from the portal “Interia.pl”.

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Radosław Przybysz, our editor, informs that the first part of the Friday classes is attended by a number of players of the second or third grade: Lewandowski, Klish, Churkovsky, Groski, Michalak, Buka, Bilyk, Sebastian Szymanski, Petek, Linetti, Goralski, Oeders, Zalewski and Damian Szymański and Płacheta and Frankowski. It is worth emphasizing that Piotr Zieliński trains individually.