Warsaw's National Stadium could
be named after Poland's most successful football coach Kazimierz
Gorski after a parliamentary sports committee voted to back the
plan on Thursday.
The late Gorski coached Poland when they finished third in
the 1974 World Cup and was also in charge for their Olympic gold
and silver medals in 1972 and 1976.
The stadium is Poland's largest arena for this month's Euro
2012 championship, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine.
Ireneusz Ras, the head of the sports committee, said the
bill to change the name of the stadium had been agreed. The
motion has to be approved by parliament.
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