RUMOUR - Tomasz Cywka

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RUMOUR - Tomasz Cywka

by Maguire » 25 Jan 2012 12:16

Anything in this? Can't see it mentioned.

http://www.polandsoccerblog.com/2012/01 ... ading.html

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by roadrunner » 25 Jan 2012 12:24

Tomasz Cywka will not be moving back to Poland, instead, he will remain in England.

The 22-year old midfielder is set to leave Derby County and join fellow Championship side Reading FC in an undisclosed deal.

Cywka was close to signing a contract with Polish side Slask Wroclaw. He also had interests from Lech Poznan and Lechia Gdasnk. However, Cywka decided he wants to remain in England, and help Reading fight for promotion to the Premiership.

Cywka arrived in Poland last Thursday. On Friday, he underwent medical tests with Slask Wroclaw and later that day, he met with Slask's President Piotr Wasniewski.

"When I was sitting in his office (Slask's President), my phone rang. I did not pick it up, but later I read my agent's message and he wrote that Reading submitted an offer for me. I ask the (Slask) President for some time to think everything over and I made few phone calls," Cywka said. "Finally, I decided that I want to play for Reading, and Slask understood my decision. They even helped me book a flight ticket back to England and drove me to the airport."

So Cywka's rain at Derby will come to an end. He has made 47 appearances for the Rams and scored five goals since he signed on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2010.

Reading currently sit 8th in the English Championship. They are only one point away from the League Championship Playoffs.


I haven't a foggiest who he is other than he played for Derby. Seems like a bargain basement style signing...

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Pepe the Horseman » 25 Jan 2012 12:25

Don't know anything about him, but his wiki page isn't too promising.

Of Cywka, Clough said "He's an extremely inexperienced and not very bright footballer... he can go back to Wigan or wherever he came from - I'm not really bothered - until he learns the game."


After a succession of poor performances and losing his place in the first team, Cywka was told by Derby manager Nigel Clough in January 2012 that he was free to leave the club on a free transfer

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by winchester_royal » 25 Jan 2012 12:25

Always liked him when I've seen him play. Small, quick, and tricky, worse players out there.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Maguire » 25 Jan 2012 12:27

roadrunner I haven't a foggiest who he is other than he played for Derby


He scored against us at the Madejski this season :lol:


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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by roadrunner » 25 Jan 2012 12:28

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roadrunner I haven't a foggiest who he is other than he played for Derby


He scored against us at the Madejski this season :lol:


Many have tbf.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Blakey's Right Peg » 25 Jan 2012 12:28

Clough seems to tear a strip off of the lad in every press conference after he plays.

Wouldn't imagine there is anything in this, if he isn't good enough to make an impression for them then I doubt he is good enough for us.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by A1ndy » 25 Jan 2012 12:29

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roadrunner I haven't a foggiest who he is other than he played for Derby


He scored against us at the Madejski this season :lol:



Was just abouts to say he scored the second goal when they played us down here. Quick and very good on the ball and doesn't appear to be afraid to take players on, which is a plus. He can also play in the centre of midfield.

Sounds like we are going to see four or five new faces in the squad by the time the January window closes.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Royalwaster » 25 Jan 2012 12:29

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So Cywka's rain at Derby will come to an end. He has made 47 appearances for the Rams and scored five goals since he signed on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2010.

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Is Cywka polish for 'rain god'? No wonder Clough didn't like him - got sick of playing in torrential rain ... :D


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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by winchester_royal » 25 Jan 2012 12:31

FTR the Derby fans really like Cywka and think Clough has been a bit of a bellend on this particular issue.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Simon's Church » 25 Jan 2012 12:33

Interesting...
Always thought he was a decent player, proper dickheadish of Clough to rip him apart in public which can't have helped him. Would be a good signing.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by winchester_royal » 25 Jan 2012 12:34

One of those who needs an arm round the shoulder, certainly talented, reckon McD could work his magic on him.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by 1871 Royal » 25 Jan 2012 12:35

From what I have heard Clough say, it seems a perfect for Brian to take him under his wing and nurture the talent out of him :D

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by pea » 25 Jan 2012 12:36

Good player whenever I've seen him, good feet and creative. Would work well in a five man midfield with our wingers and when I saw he was available I did think that he wouldn't be a bad signing and a slightly different option to what we currently have.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by roadrunner » 25 Jan 2012 12:39

When he scores can we all act like utter dicks and do the Poznan?

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by Barry the bird boggler » 25 Jan 2012 12:40

Given the extensive quote and situation above it would suggest this is highly likely to happen... well then watch this space. Wonder how much the deal would cost Reading?

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by roadrunner » 25 Jan 2012 12:43

Barry the bird boggler Given the extensive quote and situation above it would suggest this is highly likely to happen... well then watch this space. Wonder how much the deal would cost Reading?


If he was heading back to Poland it wont be much.

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

by 1871 Royal » 25 Jan 2012 12:45

roadrunner When he scores can we all act like utter dicks and do the Poznan?


kes Well half of you support Man City anyway ... blah blah blah

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Re: Tomasz Cywka

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by Royal Bison » 25 Jan 2012 12:47

Barry the bird boggler Given the extensive quote and situation above it would suggest this is highly likely to happen... well then watch this space. Wonder how much the deal would cost Reading?


How can there be anything to it when it says we've agreed a fee, yet Clough publicly said he was free to leave on a free

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