So far, the Polish national team has not been trained in Opalenica in the entire lineup. Several athletes, such as Arkadiusz Milik, Paweł Dawidowicz and Maciej Rybus, came to the training camp due to minor injuries or muscle problems and are slowly preparing for full training. They mainly work with physical therapists in the gymnasium and walk to the court during the second part of the training to exercise on the court. Grzegorz Krychowiak encountered a problem when he returned from a holiday in Egypt: his flight was cancelled, he was late on another plane, and he did not have time to change. He missed two training sessions. On Tuesday, 19 football players received a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Some of them-including Jakub Moder, Kamil Jóźwiak and Robert Lewandowski-missed Wednesday morning exercises due to reactions after the vaccination.
Piotr Zieliński will leave Opalenica on Friday. Fortunately, this is not an injury. The Napoli midfielder wants to be his first child. His wife Laura will give birth to a boy in a hospital in Lower Silesia. Paulo Sousa is not surprised by this, he knows the delivery date of the training camp, and he agrees that one of the most important players will leave without any problems. Zieliński is another player who cannot play against Russia on June 1.
Players who complain about minor injuries may not play here either. They think that putting Rybus, Dawidowicz or Milik in the coaching staff would be an unnecessary risk. First of all, they are all ready for the first European Championship.
-We have some players who suffered minor GC injuries after the end of the season, but no one is at risk of falling before the European Cup. In the course of a few days, they will conduct comprehensive training in the team. We also have Maciej Rybus and Paweł Dawidowicz, who have subtle muscle diseases, but nothing serious, they are all ready in a while-Doctor Jacek Jaroszewski revealed on Thursday.
The UEFA Champions League will start on June 11: Turkey-Italy will be held at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Three days later, the Poles will play against Slovakia (St. Petersburg, June 14), Spain (Seville, June 19) and Sweden (St. Petersburg, June 23).