Poland 1970's Away This is the shirt made famous by Lubanski, Lato, Deyna and 'the Clown' at Wembley in 1973. Before the game Deyna was asked by a journalist whether he felt fearful because Poland had never beaten England at Wembley replied 'Ah yes, but we don't have to win'. And, accordingly, the Poles drew the match and qualified for Germany where they distinguished themselves, taking a deserved third place. But it's this shirt which Poles hold dear; this shirt that got them to Germany in the first place. Pictured is the goalkeep hero Jan Tomaszewski who had infamously been labelled a 'clown' by Brian Clough before the qualifier against England. This shirt is long sleeved and made from knitted cotton.
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