Large pufos of the Spanish League: rachis

Large pufos of the Spanish League: rachis

Dariusz Dudka was an international Poland that had just participated in Euro 2012 when it reached a Levante who was about to play in the Europa League that year. For his career in French football and at international level 65 internacionalidades and participations in Champions, Europa League, World and European Championships, it was assumed that he was a top player. Possibly it was but in the Levant could not prove.

Born in 1983, This Polish defensive midfielder arrived in the summer of 2012 Valencia hoping to be a key player in the scheme JIM Levante coach then but a plague of injuries, one after another, They ended their stage in Spanish football. The player only lasted one season as Barca where he went almost unnoticed. Juice 3 Europa League matches between, Cup and League.

As we said, injuries were fattened with him to the point of not being available virtually throughout the season. Certainly one of the three games he played was at the end of season and San Mamés, in the last game of the old coliseum Athletic Bilbao which also, Levante won and closed the history of the First Division Cathedral, thus becoming history. Above left-back did by low.

After finishing that season 2012/13, Dudka left the Levante unsurprisingly given their poor performance conditioned by injuries and tried his luck in English football, in the ranks of Birmingham City where he also got lucky. In 2014 he returned to Poland to play Wisla where he tries to resume his career. shame, it seemed a good player.

Dudka day presentation with Levante.
Dudka day presentation with Levante.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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