3rd place – empty
2nd place – Tomasz Frankowski (Jagiellonia Białystok, 16.08.1974, 172/64) – 13.5 points
A surprise? Not really, if you consider how much he is still worth for Jagiellonia, if you see his class on the pitch – can he be the classiest footballer in Ekstraklasa? Certainly, with his technique, use of energy and football brain, there is a potential that should be regarded also for Polish national team – sadly, he can count only on coaching role there, though he still scores more often than most of the strikers Smuda has! Very wise player, calm one, intelligent and a pleasure to watch. Unbelievably, he is 37…
He is still the best forward in Ekstraklasa… and he doesn´t need to run… - Kibu Vicuna
He should be going to Euro 2012 but not as Lewandowski’s coach but his sub – Michał Szadkowski
1st place – Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund, 21.08.1988, 184/78) – 25 points
What a player he has become in last twelve months. This season, one of the top performers for club and country, he developed his game – he is now stronger, working harder, more classy and calmer finisher. All round, he improved his game and will be the best outfield footballer Poland had for some time now. Enough said – the 2011 belongs to him.
He surprises with constant progress. Great as a striker and as good as the one who plays a bit deeper. Quick decision-making, he is not an egoist on the pitch. We can have a Polish Shevchenko! – Maciej Chorążyk
By far best Polish player, just as contemporary forward should play. Active, often in the middle, but good striker as well – Andrzej Gomołysek
Far beyond anybody else. Top performer this year – Michał Zachodny
SPECIAL MENTIONS: Paweł Brożek (Trabzonspor, 23.04.1983, 180/72, 3 points) Sadly, his move abroad never paid off but still remains important for the national team. Marcin Robak (Konyaspor, 29.11.1982, 182/78, 2.5 points) Nobody gave him a chance when he moved abroad after short and good spell in Poland but he is playing reasonably well, very strong player, worse finisher.
Also ranked: Ireneusz Jeleń (Lille, 09.04.1981, 182/74, 0.5 point), Artur Sobiech (Hannover 96, 12.06.1990, 187/75, 0.5 point), Arkadiusz Woźniak (Zagłębie Lubin, 01.06.1990, 184/75, 1.5 point)