"And this player is unimaginably brilliant. He scores goals so easily, he makes plays, and he's basically running the 2 Liga. Why does he stay there?"
Who? He's Alex Gali. He plays in the 2 Liga of the Polish League, and for the team Bielsko Biala.
And he is one hot prospect.
Only 18 years old, Alex seemed to be nothing special when he played for Widzew Wodz. He scored in his first few games but 8 games and 3 goals he knew it wasn't for him.
Bielsko-Biala came calling and he said yes. It took him about 10 games to get into form and then? Be careful.
He ended the season with 25 games and 32 goals in total, with 6 assists. Sounds pretty brilliant, huh? Defenders can hardly touch him. He scores from all over the place, has a brilliant header and scored 3-4 free kicks that season. Around that time he got his first call up to the Polish national team and scored a hat trick against Turkey for Poland's 4-2 win. He got called up against Wales, and a brilliant performance appeared.
Drilling 5 goals into the net, including two from 30 yards, and creating one goal, he was instrumental in their 8-2 win.
This current season, when you think the (now 18 year old) can't get better, he has.
Bielsko-Biala are huge favorites for the Polish Cup after brilliant wins, including a 1-0 win against Polish giants Wisla Krakow, despite being arguably Alex's worst game of the season(I got a rating of 2! Ouch!)
Currently playing 20 games in the season and clocking in an unimaginable 48 goals into the net, that's not all he can do. He has created an astonishing 18 goals this season. His dribbling and passing are nearly unstoppable, and this is why Bielsko-Biala are on the top.
It's said that he'll make a huge move to a big european team. He hasn't commented on this, but it looks like he wants to win the Orange Ekstraklasa before thinking about leaving. With a team like this, who said they can't do it?
Henry Winter, FourFourTwo Magazine