In Poland, we had many different types of football club owners. One decided to play only with Brazilians - which would be wise but he had serious problems with selection and he sent to Poland not the types of Ronaldinho or Robinho. Rather much poorer versions of them, probably straight from Copacabana. Also, few of them liked to move from one city to another too increase attendance. Once again, it would be wise but here fans aren't too tolerant about that kind of movement. But this story is different and it is continuing as I write with turning points happening this day.
Józef Wojciechowski wasn't really a person much involved in football and it was strange that he decided to invest large sums of money in club that was for most of its history on the second place in Warsaw. When he bought Polonia, the club was a mess. Global Soccer Agency claimed to own part of the club, Polish FA deducted points from them and in football levels they weren't much better, if not worse - at the bottom of 2nd Division. If Wojciechowski had any plan it surely must have been a one for years to become another power in the 1st division, known also as Ekstraklasa.