Slawomir Peszko

Slawomir Peszko is a Polish international who plays for Lechia Gdansk. Born on 19th February 1985 Peszko began his career in the youth ranks of Nafta Jedlicze before moving to Wisla Plock making his senior debut for the latter in August 2002. During five years in the Wisla first team, the left-sided forward/winger made more than 125 appearances for the club in 1 Liga and Ekstraklasa – winning the Polish Cup in 2006. In July 2008 he transferred to Lech Poznan where he won more silverware: another Polish Cup in 2009 followed by an Ekstraklasa title the following season, in which he scored eight goals and provided 14 assists in 28 league appearances. The trophies continued with a 2014 2.Bundesliga title with FC Koln, where Peszko was again a regular in the starting XI, before his return to Poland on a free transfer to Lechia Gdansk in August 2015. Peszko has more than 40 caps for Poland, including three substitute appearances at UEFA Euro 2016.

 Position:
Winger
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Jaslo
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Slawomir Peszko

 Position:
Winger
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Jaslo
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Slawomir Peszko is a Polish international who plays for Lechia Gdansk. Born on 19th February 1985 Peszko began his career in the youth ranks of Nafta Jedlicze before moving to Wisla Plock making his senior debut for the latter in August 2002. During five years in the Wisla first team, the left-sided forward/winger made more than 125 appearances for the club in 1 Liga and Ekstraklasa – winning the Polish Cup in 2006. In July 2008 he transferred to Lech Poznan where he won more silverware: another Polish Cup in 2009 followed by an Ekstraklasa title the following season, in which he scored eight goals and provided 14 assists in 28 league appearances. The trophies continued with a 2014 2.Bundesliga title with FC Koln, where Peszko was again a regular in the starting XI, before his return to Poland on a free transfer to Lechia Gdansk in August 2015. Peszko has more than 40 caps for Poland, including three substitute appearances at UEFA Euro 2016.