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In the middle of the martial law, he had to leave the country for the United States so as to support his family, and thus missed the biggest football events. An educated athlete He found himself in the USA at the best of times, when the country was opening up to soccer and the local league began to attract the biggest stars from Europe. Although he played alongside such footballers as Franz Beckenbauer and Johann Neeskens, it was Terlecki who was the biggest star of the league. Terlecki was undoubtedly one of the best Warsaw-born players. His interests were different from most players — he not only played for the club in Lodz but also studied history at the local university. He recalls the special coupons they received with which they could buy different goods, special housing allocations, cars and trips abroad.

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In the middle of the martial law, he had to leave the country for the United States so as to support his family, and thus missed the biggest football events. An educated athlete He found himself in the USA at the best of times, when the country was opening up to soccer and the local league began to attract the biggest stars from Europe. Although he played alongside such footballers as Franz Beckenbauer and Johann Neeskens, it was Terlecki who was the biggest star of the league.

Terlecki was undoubtedly one of the best Warsaw-born players. His interests were different from most players — he not only played for the club in Lodz but also studied history at the local university. He recalls the special coupons they received with which they could buy different goods, special housing allocations, cars and trips abroad. Staszek was involved in some kind of student movements. Terlecki was interested in politics so much so that by the end of August , when his team from Lodz was playing an away game near Gdansk, the player tried to get into … the Shipyard.

As he recalled in his biography, he tried to get inside because he felt something important was happening and wanted to witness the events. The journalists learned about the whole situation. They had already been punished before for … barking at journalists on the airplane. Terlecki and other players became the scapegoats. It was also at that time that the two friends who began their careers at the same time, Boniek and Terlecki, fell out.

Ludwik Sobolewski, the president of Widzew, succeeded in having the punishment shortened for his players. All that Boniek and his colleagues were to do, was to come to the Polish Football Association and apologise. He was also helping out his colleagues on strike at Lodz University. When in the States, he learned about the imposition of martial law in Poland. He understood that he no longer had anything to return to.

His pal, Boniek, was the biggest star of the games. Terlecki watched the competition on American television, just as he had followed the previous World Cup in Argentina in , which he could not attend due to injury. Stasiek was also missed four years later in Spain. At that time, however, it was his trip to the US. Terlecki returned to Poland at the end of his career. He was still the best dribbler in the league.

Later, he also played for Polonia Warszawa, where he actually appeared on the pitch alongside his son, Maciej. He ended his career at the age of He only played 29 games for the national team. Boniek bid farewell to his friend on Twitter. Intel Extreme Masters has kicked off in Katowice. It is the 7th edition of the event which takes place in the capital of Silesia. It all ended with an exciting thriller This website uses cookies.

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