0 euro Górski's Eagles, Jan Domarski
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The 0 Euro Souvenir banknote is a project that was launched in France in 2015 and has spread across Europe. The banknote is made from 100% cotton paper, which is used to produce the original euro banknotes. It contains a number of anti-counterfeiting features, including a hologram, watermark, microprinting, UV protection elements, etc.
Górski's Eagles is a team made up of former football players who played recreationally in the 1990s and early 2000s, taking their name from a popular term for the Polish national football team from the years of its greatest glory (the 1970s). The team played for a long time under the leadership of Kazimierz Górski.
Jan Andrzej Domarski is a football player playing the position of striker, representative of Poland, participant and winner of third place during the World Cup in Germany in 1974. League football learnt in Stal Rzeszów. 17 October 1973 in the 57th minute scored a goal in a match England-Poland (1:1) at Wembley Stadium in London. This goal determined the Polish national team's promotion to the World Cup in Germany. Domarski's goal made it to the list of the fifty most important goals in the history of soccer, compiled by the prestigious newspaper "The Times" and is traditionally considered the most important goal in the history of Polish soccer. In the national team he played 17 matches, scoring 2 goals. He was a member of the Polish team for the World Cup in 1974.
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