Poland name their squad
Poland manager Jerzy Engel has announced his squad for the 2002 World Cup, and has stayed faithful to the players that participated against Estonia on Saturday.
Added to the 22 players that were used in that match is Jerzy Dudek, the first choice goalkeeper that missed the warm-up game through injury. Dudek will be fully recovered by the time the tournament kicks-off, in 12 days time.
The rest of the Poland squad is as follows:
Jerzy Dudek (Liverpool/Eng), Radoslaw Majdan (Goztepe/Tur), Adam Matysek (RKS Radomsko), Michal Zewlakow (Mouscron/Bel), Marek Kozminski (Ancona/Ita/D2), Tomasz Waldoch (Schalke 04/Ger), Jacek Zielinski (Legia Warsaw), Jacek Bak (Lens/Fra), Tomasz Hajto (Schalke 04/Ger), Tomasz Klos (Kaiserslautern/Ger), Arkadiusz Glowacki (Wisla Cracow), Tomasz Rzasa (Feyenoord/Ned), Jacek Krzynowek (Nuremberg/Ger), Rodoslaw Kaluzny (Cottbus/Ger), Arkadiusz Bak (Widzew Lodz), Piotr Swierczewski (Marseille/Fra), Maciej Murawski (Legia Warsaw), Pawel Sibik (Odra Wodzislaw), Emmanuel Olisadebe (Panathinaikos/Gre), Pawel Kryszalowicz (Frankfurt/Ger/D2), Maciej Zurawski (Wisla Cracow), Marcin Zewlakow (Mouscron/Bel), Cezary Kucharski (Legia Warsaw)
19th May 2002