Jakub Kosecki returned to Poland after working abroad for a few years. First, he terminated his contract with Turkey’s second-tier Adana Demirspor, and then signed a contract with Cracovia in February until the end of June.
For the five Polish delegates, the time in Turkey has not been particularly successful. In the 2018/19 season, Kosecki participated in 23 games, scoring one goal and getting three assists. In the following season, the 31-year-old became a substitute player, played 16 games and only received one assist.
Kosecki returned to the game time in Turkey in the show “Foot Truck” broadcast on Youtube and revealed why he chose this direction. -When I returned to Poland, I told myself that I was signing the longest possible contract and I was doing my best to get the opportunity to make money in any club. I managed to enter the second Turkish League, where I made a lot of money in three years. Actually, I only live there to get bonuses, but I didn’t touch my salary-Kosecki admits.
The midfielder also recounted the worst scene of his career. He thinks he is staying in Germany’s second-tier SV Sandhausen. -When I went to Sandhausen for the first time, I agreed with Lechia Gdańsk. My manager Czarek Kucharski told me he didn’t want me to go there. I decided to trust him and go to Sandhausen. Now I think this is stupid. I don’t know how Jakub Kosecki of Legia Warszawa got there, and players from weaker clubs chose better teams-he emphasized.
Kosecki played for Cracovia in six Premier League games and one game in the Polish Cup. He didn’t score and he didn’t assist.
The 31-year-old midfielder has previously played for ŚląskWrocław, Lechia Gdańsk, ŁKS and Legia Warszawa, and has won two national championships and cups as a result. In the 2015-17 season, Kosecki was a player of German SV Sandhausen.