Bartosz Bosacki

Bartosz Bosacki

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Bartosz Bosacki (born December 20, 1975 in Poznań) is a Polish footballer who plays as a defender.



Bosacki made his debut for Lech Poznań in April 1995, and has won the Polish Super Cup with both them and Amica Wronki in 2004. From 2004 to 2006, he played for Nuremberg.

He was released from Lech Poznań on 20 June 2011.


On 22 May 2006, Paweł Janas called up Bosacki for the 2006 World Cup as a replacement for Damian Gorawski, after the latter failed medical tests upon being diagnosed with severe asthma. Bosacki scored both goals in Poland's group-stage 2–1 win against Costa Rica on June 20, 2006, which were in fact the only goals scored by the Polish national team during the games. He has been capped 20 times for Poland and scored 2 goals.


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