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    Kamil Grosicki Named Best Player of the PKO Ekstraklasa Season!

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    In a thrilling turn of events, Kamil Grosicki, representing Pogoń Szczecin, has been crowned PKO Ekstraklasa’s best player of the 2022/2023 season. This prestigious accolade marks Grosicki’s first-ever career recognition, achieved through an outstanding performance. The Polish forward emerged victorious in the voting, surpassing strong contenders like Marc Gual, Josue, Michał Skóraś, and Fran Tudor.


    Grosicki’s journey in the PKO Ekstraklasa showcased his best season to date. He displayed remarkable consistency, featuring in all 34 matches for Pogoń and securing a spot in the starting lineup each time. His exceptional contributions of thirteen goals and eight assists solidified his role as a key figure within the team. Pogoń Szczecin secured a commendable fourth-place finish, granting them a chance to compete in the UEFA Europa Conference League qualifiers next season.

    The combination of Grosicki’s stellar performances and impressive statistics rightfully earned him the title of PKO Ekstraklasa’s best player for 2022/2023. This well-deserved honor was bestowed upon him during the season-ending gala, marking his first career distinction of this nature. The competition for this prestigious award was fierce, with other nominees being Marc Gual (Jagiellonia), Josue (Legia Warszawa), Michał Skóraś (Lech Poznań), and Fran Tudor (Raków Częstochowa).

    It’s worth noting that, for the second consecutive year, the title of the league’s best player did not go to a member of the championship-winning team. Last year, Ivi Lopez from Raków, the reigning vice-champions, received the honor. As a product of Pogoń’s youth system, Grosicki returned to the club in 2021 after a fourteen-year absence. His contract remains valid until the end of the 2023/2024 season, leaving fans eagerly anticipating his future performances.

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