Zbigniew Boniek has no doubts. You can't count on this player yet

Zbigniew Boniek has no doubts.  You can't count on this player yet

Jakub Moder is slowly returning to his former form. According to Zbigniew Boniek, a player who has not played in the national team for two years is not yet suitable for Probierz's team.

Jakub Moder has had challenging years in life. The footballer, who a few years ago was considered the great hope of Polish football, has spent recent years recovering from injuries. He couldn't play football at all for a year and a half. The fans were eagerly waiting for the player's return and when he finally played for Brighton, he received great expressions of satisfaction from many sides.

Jakub Moder returns to form after injury

The player born in Szczecinek did not play for the Polish national team for a long time. This is evidenced by the fact that he played his last match during Czesław Michniewicz's term of office, in a match against Sweden as part of the play-off for the 2022 World Cup. The injury deprived him of the opportunity to play at the World Cup, as well as play in the EURO 2024 qualifiers.

So far, Moder has appeared on the pitch ten times for the team led by Roberto De Zerbi. He is still not as important a player as he was before the injury. Despite this, there was a discussion about his selection for the European Championship play-offs. Next week, Michał Probierz will announce his squad. According to Zbigniew Boniek, the White and Reds cannot count on Moder's good play yet. This could come only after obtaining qualifications.

– I think we can't count on Moder yet, because it takes a little longer to get back into shape after such a serious injury. I think that if we managed to advance, because I can't imagine the national team not being at the Euro, Moder could be an important element in the team, but only during the tournament, Boniek told Viaplay.

Poland is getting ready for the EURO 2024 play-offs

Poland will play the play-off semi-final on March 21 against Estonia in Warsaw. If they win the final, the White and Reds will play away against the winner of the Wales-Finland clash five days later.

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