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The current Poland national football team manager is Jerzy Brzęczek. Brzęczek was born in Truskolasky, 1978 making him one of the younger managers operating on the international stage at the present moment. He has been in charge of his nation since 2018 after the previous incumbent failed to take the team to the World Cup in Russia.

Before making the move into management, Brzęczek had a long playing career which lasted an incredible 22 years from 1987 to 2009. During this time he made league appearances and scored 66 goals for 12 different clubs. A midfielder when deployed in his favoured position, Brzęczek was tenacious and uninhibited footballer who was known for being able to cope well with pressure and was never over-awed by a particular opposition player/team. He began his footballing life with Raków Częstochowa in 1987 aged just 16. He was awarded his first full-time contract in 1988 for Olimpia Poznan. It came to pass that Olimpia would be the team for whom Brzęczek would play the most football as he made over a century of appearances and scored eight goals in his four seasons with the club.

In 1992, Lech Poznan secured the midfielders services and Brzęczek would go on to make 29 appearances and score three times for the club in his one and only season there. Staying at a club for a single season was something of a habit for Brzęczek (he did it nine times in total) and, sure enough, he was on the move again in 1993. He opted to join Gornik Zabrze where he enjoyed a season as a regular first-team player, playing every game in their 46-match season, scoring six goals along the way.

In 1994/1995, with Brzęczek approaching the peak of his playing abilities, the Pole was on the move again. This time he joined GKS Katowice where he was not able to nail down a starting spot as solidly as he had done at Gornik in the previous campaign. All in all, he played just 15 times before moving to Tirol Innsbruck in 1995.

Unusually, given his track record, Brzęczek stayed with Innsbruck for three seasons from 1995 to 1998. They were the club for whom he played the second-most matches, 85 in total with 11 goals in this time too. He moved to LASK for a season in 1998/1999, making 33 appearances before having another single season wig Maccabi Hafia in 1999/2000. This stint with the Israeli side was one of the most successful of his career, he made 47 appearances and scored 11 goals - he is said to have played the best football of his career here.

He returned to Tirol Inssbruck in 200 where he stayed for two seasons, playing 67 times, before moving to Sturm Graz. From Sturm Graz he went to FC Karnten and from there he left, for one of his few longer spells, with Wacker Tirol. In the final two years of his playing career, Brzęczek returned for a second spell at Gornik Zabrze and then for a final hurrah at lower league side Polonia Bytom.

Since becoming a manager, Brzęczek has taken charge at four clubs. Raków Częstochowa, Lechia Gdańsk, GKS Katowice and Wisła Płock were effectively his auditions before he landed the top job in his nation, as the national manager. His start to life at the helm was poor, Poland were relegated from their group in the Nations League was poor, but since then they have improved drastically. This summer they will play in Euro 2020.