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Tadeusz Synowiec (November 11, 1889 in Kraków – November 7, 1960 in Kędzierzyn) was a Polish soccer player, midfielder and forward, later a coach and journalist, graduate of Kraków’s Jagiellonian University.

All career played for the team of Cracovia Kraków, also was captain of Polish National Team in the historic, first game against Hungary (Budapest, December 21, 1921). Also was captain of Cracovia, where, in the years 1910-1924, played in 318 games.

After finishing career became a coach and a journalist. Was the first editor-in-chief of Polish sports daily Przeglad Sportowy. On August 30, 1925 took the post of coach of Poland, replaced in June 1927 by Stefan Loth.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Poland Tadeusz Kuchar
Poland National Team Coach
August 30, 1925 – June 19, 1927
Succeeded by
Poland Tadeusz Kuchar

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