Comparisons between Górnik & FC

    Lukas Podolski is not thinking about retiring and apparently wants to stay with the traditional Polish club Górnik Zabrze for another year. “If I continue to have fun, feel so good and realize that I can still keep up physically, then there is no reason for me to end my career in the summer,” said the 37-year-old, who recently scored a dream goal 60 meters, in an interview with the “Cologne City Gazette“. He has been a professional since 2003 and has appeared for eight different clubs in six countries.

    The former top striker at 1. FC Köln, whose contract expires at the end of the season, said the same thing in a conversation with the “Cologne Express‘ and also said: ‘During the long break we now have enough time to talk to the club about the future.’ from Antalyaspor joined.

    From a young Cologne native to a globetrotter: the career of Lukas Podolski

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    85 games, 51 goals, 17 assists

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    106 games, 26 goals, 20 assists

    2009 – 2012: 1. FC Cologne

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    96 games, 35 goals, 25 assists

    2012 – January 2015: Arsenal FC

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    82 games, 31 goals, 17 assists

    January 2015 – June 2015: Inter Milan

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    18 games, 1 goal, 4 assists

    2015 – 2017: Galatasaray Istanbul

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    75 games, 34 goals, 18 assists

    2017 – January 2020: Vissel Kobe

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    60 games, 17 goals, 12 assists

    January 2020 – 2021: Antalyaspor

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    47 games, 7 goals, 5 assists

    Since 2021: Gornik Zabrze

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    46 games, 13 goals, 10 assists

    2004 – 2017: Germany

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    130 games, 49 goals, 31 assists

    “Górnik always reminds me a bit of 1. FC Köln: a lot of tradition, great fans, a great stadium, but haven’t won a title for a long time. And in the table we are about the same as FC,” said Podolski, who remained unchanged at 300,000 euros in the most recent market value update, the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. The club has won the Polish championship 14 times, the last time in 1988. The club is currently four points behind the relegation places in twelfth place in the Ekstraklasa, the “Effzeh” is 13th in the Bundesliga.

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