Igor Sibnyowsky died Thursday night. This information was provided by Dziennik Łódzki, referring to the former president of ŁKS ódź, Marek Łopiński, and the Servant of ód Club Memory, Jacek Bogusiak.
Sypniewski will celebrate his 48th birthday in a week. During his professional career, he was a striker.
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After graduating from FC ód, he played for teams such as Ceramica Opuchno, RKS Radomsko, Wisla Krakow, AO Kavala, Panathinaikos Ateni, Uwe Creta, Kallithea FC, Halmstads FC, Malmö FF and Trillburgs FF. As a Malmoe FF footballer, he won the Swedish Championship in 2004. The last band he performed in was the Swedish Bunkeflo.
Sypniewski is considered one of the most talented players in Polish football history. However, alcohol stood in the way.
The Polish managed to delight the fans with his attitude on the field, and his performance in the Champions League stuck especially in the memory of football fans. In the 1998/1999 season, Sypniewski scored a goal against Arsenal, beating the legendary David Seaman. Two years later he played a great match against Manchester United at Old Trafford. In 2006, he made a significant contribution to the promotion of Łódź Sports Club to Ekstraklasa.
Sypniewski played twice in a T-shirt with an eagle on his chest. The striker had a chance in friendlies with New Zealand (1999) and Cameroon (2001).
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