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KGHM Zagłębie Lubin
Zagłębie Lubin.png
Full name Zagłębie Lubin SA
Nickname(s) Miedziowi ("The Coppers")
Founded September 10, 1945,
as OMTUR Lubin
Ground Dialog Arena
Lubin, Poland
(Capacity: 16,300 after rebuilding)
Chairman Poland Paweł Jeż
(since March 19, 2008)
Manager Poland Marek Bajor
League Ekstraklasa
2008-09 Polish First League, 2nd
Home colours
Away colours
Current season
Dialog Arena

KGHM Zagłębie Lubin (Polish pronunciation: [zaˈɡwɛmbʲɛ ˈlubin]) is a Polish professional football club based in Lubin, Poland. It was founded on September 10, 1945 as OMTUR Lubin. In 2006-07, after a very successful campaign, Zagłębie became league champions for a second time (its first title was in 1990-91).

The following season, Zaglebie was forcibly relegated from the Ekstraklasa (top division) after it was found that their promotion to the Ekstraklasa in the 2004-05 season had been tarnished by match-fixing.[1] In May 2009, the club secured its return to the Polish top division for the 2009-10 season.[2]

Contents

Achievements

Zagłębie in Europe

Season Competition Round Club Score
1990-91 UEFA Cup 1R Italy Bologna F.C. 1909 0-1, 0-1
1991-92 European Cup 1R Denmark Brøndby IF 0-3, 2-1
1995-96 UEFA Cup Q Armenia FC Shirak 0-0, 1-0
1R Italy AC Milan 0-4, 1-4
1996 UEFA Intertoto Cup GR Austria SV Ried 2-1
Denmark Silkeborg IF 0-0
Wales Conwy United 3-0
Belgium R. Charleroi S.C. 0-0
2000 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Azerbaijan FK Vilash Masalli 4-0, 3-1
2R Croatia NK Slaven Belupo 1-1, 0-0
2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Malta Hibernians FC 4-0, 0-1
2R Belgium K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-Vlaanderen 2-2, 1-2
2002 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Latvia Dinaburg FC 1-1, 0-1
2006/07 UEFA Cup 1Q Belarus Dinamo Minsk 1-1, 0-0
2007/08 UEFA Champions League 2Q Romania Steaua Bucureşti 0-1, 1-2

Current squad

As of September 8, 2009.
No. Position Player
1 Ukraine GK Yevhen Kopyl
3 Poland DF Łukasz Jasiński
4 Poland DF Michał Stasiak
5 Portugal DF Fernando Dinis
7 Poland FW Dawid Plizga
8 Poland MF Mateusz Bartczak
9 Poland DF Szymon Kapias
12 Poland GK Konrad Forenc
13 Serbia DF Sreten Sretenović (on loan from Kuban Krasnodar)
14 Poland MF Dariusz Jackiewicz
15 Poland DF Przemysław Kocot
16 Poland MF Michał Łabędzki
17 Poland DF Karol Fryzowicz
18 Poland DF Paweł Oleksy
19 Poland DF Grzegorz Bartczak
No. Position Player
21 Poland FW Kamil Jackiewicz
22 Bulgaria FW Ilijan Micanski
23 Poland MF Szymon Pawlowski
24 Poland FW Kamil Jackiewicz
25 Poland MF Łukasz Hanzel
27 Poland FW Wojciech Kędziora
30 Poland GK Aleksander Ptak
33 Zimbabwe DF Costa Nhamoinesu (on loan from Wisła Ustronianka)
69 Poland MF Damian Piotrowski
85 Nigeria MF Martins Ekwueme (on loan from Legia Warszawa)
99 Senegal FW Mouhamadou Traoré
-- Serbia GK Bojan Isailovic
-- Colombia MF Sergio Reyna
-- Peru MF Hilden Salas
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Players on loan

No. Position Player
Poland DF Krystian Getinger (to Stal Mielec until June 2009)
Poland DF Michał Steinke (to Warta Poznań)
No. Position Player
Poland FW Łukasz Zagdański (to Miedź Legnica)
Poland FW Michał Zapaśnik (to Dolcan Ząbki)

Notable players

Staff

  • Marek Bajor
  • Grzegorz Wilczyński
  • Dariusz Puchalski
  • Kianosh Khodakaram
  • Zygmunt Stanowski
  • Marcin Broniszewski

References

External links

See also


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