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Olympic medal record
Men's Football
Gold 1972 Munich Team competition
Silver 1976 Montreal Team competition

Jerzy Paweł Gorgoń (born 18 July 1949 in Zabrze) was a Polish football player who is remembered for his participation in the 1972 Summer Olympics. He was a 6'4" tall defender who became well-known in 1967 while playing for Górnik Zabrze. He helped Zabrze to five consecutive Polish cups in 1968-72.

He received 55 international caps overall,[1] and took on the role of captaincy once. He also played in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal,[2][3]

Gorgoń moved to Argentina in 1978. He had a mostly unsuccessful time there and moved back to Switzerland in 1980 to play for FC Gallen. He later coached the reserve and youth teams of Blau-Weiss St. Gallen as well as at the football academy in Gossau.

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