PAWEŁ BROŻEK [POL] TOP 50 GOALS / Wisła Kraków/ National Team/ Trabzonspor/
Paweł Łukasz Brożek (born 21 April 1983 in Kielce) is a Polish footballer who currently plays for Trabzonspor and the Poland national football team. He plays as a striker. Contents In 1992 Paweł Brożek began his career at Polonia Białogon Kielce, together with his twin brother Piotr. In 1998 he moved to Zabrze to play for SMS Zabrze team. A half a year later he joined Wisła Kraków, together with his brother. He made his debut for Wisła Kraków in Ekstraklasa on 8 April 2001 in a match against Górnik Zabrze. On 21 April 2001 he scored his first goal in the Ekstraklasa in a match against Odra Wodzisław. On May 2001 Brożek signed a new 10-year contract with Wisła Kraków. He won the Ekstraklasa championship in 2000--01 season with Wisła Kraków. In 2002 he was loaned to ŁKS Łódź to play in the Polish First League. A half year later he returned to Wisła Kraków and won with his second club Ekstraklasa title, in 2002--03 season. In 2004 he was loaned to GKS Katowice for a year and a half. He was a stand out player at GKS Katowice. On December 2004 he was invited for a trial together with his twin brother Piotr by West Ham United. On January 2005 Paweł Brożek returned to Wisła Kraków, because the then Wisła manager Werner Lička wanted him to come back from loan. Brożek won the Ekstraklasa title in 2004--05 season with Wisła Kraków. In 2005--06 season he began to play regularly for his side, Wisła Kraków first squad.Subsequently he scored 13 goals in 30 matches. In 2006--07 season Brożek played very well in UEFA Cup, where he scored 4 goals in group stage matches against AS Nancy, FC Basel and Feyenoord Rotterdam. In 2007--08 season Brożek scored 23 goals in 27 matches and led Wisła Kraków to achieve the Ekstraklasa title. He was the Ekstraklasa Top Goalscorer in 2007--08 season. In 2008--09 season he won his sixth Ekstraklasa title with Wisła and was the Ekstraklasa Top Goalscorer for the second time in a row. International career Brożek in a match against Côte d'Ivoire Paweł Brożek has played internationally for Poland beginning with the Under-15 level and up to the national team. In 1999 he played at the FIFA U-17 World Championship tournament. In 2000 Brożek played at the UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship tournament. With Poland national under-17 football team Brożek won Vaclav Jezek Tournament in 2000 and was Top Goalscorer of the tournament with 6 goals. In 2001 he won UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship with Poland national under-18 football team. He played in first squad in all matches at the tournament. He was the youngest member of the team. All other u-18 team members were born in 1982, while Brożek was born in 1983. He showed a great performance in UEFA European Under-21 Championship 2004-2006 qualifying round where he scored 9 goals in 8 matches he played. Brożek made his first appearance for the Polish national football team against Mexico in 2005. It was during this match that he scored his first goal for Poland national football team. He was selected to the 23-men national squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals held in Germany, where he nearly scored a goal against Ecuador in their 2-0 defeat, with a shot that hit the post. PAWEŁ BROŻEK 50 najpiękniejszych bramek Pawła Brożka, strzelone zarówno dla Wisły Kraków jak i dla Reprezentacji Polski, music: Rhapsody - Dawn of Victory
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