Our gaming culture is gone. At one time, Poland was a pioneer of modern game in Europe in the 1960-70s. Hungarians learn how us to play football (the great Hungarian team that played in the World Cup finals). We even had Hungarian national team coaches, István Szeder-Seidl in 1950 and Andor Hajdú in 1954.
We won 3rd place at the World Championships twice (74 and 82). Especially in 1974, according to many, Poland should be the World Champion. If not the famous game on the water in 1/2 with West Germany.
Unfortunately, the lack of funds and the lack of ideas resulted in the stagnation of Polish football. Now you know, we live in a time of globalism and we are releasing a lot of players "in Europe". Many of them have a European level. But these are just units. There is still a lack of coaching thought and, most of all, children's TRAINERS. Because there, in children (u7 - u13), a certain thought and culture of the game are instilled. But this is a complex topic.
Generally, it is not about money in my opinion, of course it is needed to train future professional footballers throughout Poland. In my opinion, there is a lack of modern coaches and there is no deviation from certain accepted norms, that the Polish national team and Polish footballers are supposed to rely on the run, tactics and counterattacking.
I hope this will change and we will give the children some slack with the ball, play the ball and encourage them to play combos, to dribble. The feature that, for example, the Croats could materialize. They are not a rich country, but they have their coaching mind and the element of fun that is a must in football children and teenagers. Which results in their technically excellent footballers complementing it with features typical of Croats (Balkan countries) such as aggression or strong mentality.
sorry if there are any linguistic errors. my english is not fluent, good but not fluent.