Sunday, March 24, 2013

Ludovic Obraniak plays for Polish national football team

Ludovic Obraniak is a Polish footballer who was born in Longeville-lès-Metz on November 10, 1984 and plays for French club Bordeaux and was named national team as an attacking midfielder Poland. Obraniak start football career with local club FC Metz and then he was promoted by the manager to play at senior level. He debuted in the 2003-2004 season against Bordeaux as a substitute. Obraniak is a consistent player and played in 61 games with 3 goals. Although a player is taken into account in Metz, but eventually moved to the club Obraniak Nord-Pas de Calais Lille on January 23, 2007. Obraniak approve 4-year contract submarines until 2010 and made his debut with the Lille first four days after the displacement as a substitute against Bordeaux. He also played in the UEFA Champions League against Manchester United. Obraniak scored 2 goals in 35 games in the 2007 season. At the beginning of 2008-2009, he started scoring 7 goals in 16 appearances. On January 12, 2012, Obraniak signed a contract for three and a half years with the club's Ligue 1 with Bordeaux. Obraniak first played for the French national team U-21, but because he has a Polish descendant of his grandfather, he was later confirmed as a citizen of Poland on June 5, 2009. Obraniak was officially called to play for the Polish national team on July 23, 2009 as against the Greeks. He played in every game for the Polish national team at UEFA EURO 2012 and have scored with a score draw against Russia. [read more]