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    2016/17

    After a season filled with success in Sevilla colours and Euro 2016, Grzegorz Krychowiak became one of the highest transferred polish footballers of all time, switching clubs to french champions, Paris Saint-Germain.
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    2014/2015

    The craving to aim higher and willingness to prove himself encouraged Grzegorz Krychowiak to wave a sentimental goodbye to Stade de Reims and to accept an offer from the Spanish Sevilla FC, which won the Europa League last season and finished fifth in Primera División.
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  • 2013/14

    2013/2014

    This season in Reims was as successful for "Krycha" as the previous one. Just like before, he played in 35 games and scored 4 goals. His first score came in the opening round against AS Nancy, a couple of months later he reminded Toulouse of his scoring prowess, complementing his final tal
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  • 2012/13

    2012/2013

    After his return from Nantes, Krychowiak realised that Girondins did not include him in their longterm plans. He himself did not want to return unwanted, instead looking for a place to demonstrate his football quality. The offers popped up immediately.
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  • 2011/12

    2011/2012

    The managment of Girondins Bordeaux had kept an eye on Krychowiak's recent development, therefore they decided to recall him back to Stade Chaban-Delmas for the 2011/2012 season.
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    Childhood and youth

    Grzegorz Krychowiak was born on the 29th of January 1990 in Gryfice, a small town in Zachodniopomorskie voivodeship, just a couple of kilometres from the Baltic Sea.
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