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Starting lineup - published: 27.11.18

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GK Przemyslaw TYTON Zamosc

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GK Wojciech SZCZESNY Warsaw

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DC Alexandr MARTYNOVIC Minsk

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DC Bartosz SALAMON Poznan

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DC Lukasz SZUKALA Gdańsk

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DC Michal PAZDAN Kraków

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DRLC Artur JEDRZEJCZYK Dębica

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DRLC Dennis POLYAKOV Minsk

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DRL Tomasz KEDZIORA Sulechów

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DR Artem FEDETSKY Novovolynsk

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DR Bartosz BERESZYNSKI Poznan

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DC/DMC Krystian BIELIK Konin

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DMC Ariel BORYSIUK Biała Podlaska

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DMC Nikita KORZUN Minsk

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DMC Syarhey KISLYAK Kamyanyets

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MC Karol LINETTY Żnin

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MC Krzysztof MACZYNSKI Kraków

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MC Ruslan MALINOVSKY Zhytomyr

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MC Stanislav DRAGUN Minsk

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AMRLC Bartosz KAPUSTKA Tarnów

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AMRL Pawel WSZOLEK Tczew  

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AML/DL Maciej RYBUS Łowicz

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AMRL/FC Michal ZYRO Warsaw

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FRLC Mikhail GORDEJCHUK Saran

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FC Artjoms RUDNEVS Daugavpils

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FC Lukas SPALVIS Vilnius

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FC Lukasz TEODORCZYK Żuromin

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FC Mariusz STEPINSKI Sieradz

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FC Robert LEWANDOWSKI Warsaw

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(Today part: central and eastern Poland, Belarus, western Ukraine, Lithuania, parts of Latvia)

As early as the mid-17th century. the weaknesses of the Polish-Lithuanian state are brought to light. The cities were decaying, and the disobedient aristocracy brought the peasants almost to the status of slaves, disabling both the rule and the defense of the kingdom. The Cossacks on the Dnieper, in turn, rebelled against the nobility and accepted the supreme authority of Moscow. The principle of electoral monarchy arose under international conditions that were extremely favorable to Poland. Relations with the powerful neighbors were peaceful (with the Ottomans) and even friendly (the Habsburgs), and conflicts with Russia took place on the state periphery

However, especially in the 18th century. the balance of political forces in this part of Europe began to gradually change to the detriment of Poland. The division of power, emphasized by the electoral monarchy that put the Crown under the control of the nobility, and a geographical position that did not provide natural protection to the kingdom, quickly led the country into the path of collapse before the advance of Sweden, Prussia and Russia. It is also important to emphasize that there was always a representative of dynasties such as Habsburg, Valios, Vas, the Transylvanian prince or the emperors of Moscow, who ruled in their countries in an almost absolutist manner. It should therefore come as no surprise that it sought to establish guarantees that would prevent the introduction of such hated institutional forms. All kings put the interests of their own dynasty or country of origin first. Whether the key cause of the fall was the strength of its neighbors or a state political institution, the Polish-Lithuanian state will, in the second half of the 18th century. with several divisions of its territory between the Prussian, Habsburg monarchy and Russia disappear from the map of Europe.

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