Tomasz Frankowski is a Polish former professional footballer who played as a striker.
10 Facts About Tomasz Frankowski
Tomasz Frankowski played in France, Japan, Spain, England, and the United States.
Tomasz Frankowski was capped 22 times for the Poland national team, scoring ten goals.
Tomasz Frankowski was the league's top scorer three times: with Wisla in 1999,2001, and 2005 and with Jagiellonia in 2011.
On 26 November, Tomasz Frankowski was released to help free up their salary cap after being one of the highest paid players on the team in the 2008 season.
On 1 August 2010, Tomasz Frankowski won his second Polish Supercup with Jagiellonia, scoring the only goal of a win against Lech Poznan.
Tomasz Frankowski scored ten goals in 22 appearances for the Poland national team.
Tomasz Frankowski was Poland's top scorer in their qualifying campaign for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, but his poor form for Wolves in 2006 meant that he was omitted from the tournament squad.
Tomasz Frankowski returned to the international fold after this, under new coach Leo Beenhakker, but won only two further caps.
Tomasz Frankowski is a member of Civic Platform led by Donald Tusk.