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    Official name: KGHM Zaglebie Lubin

    City: Lubin, Poland

    Best League Performance: Champions 2 times 
    (most recent - 2006/07)
    Website: http://www.zaglebie-lubin.pl/


Zaglebie Lubin's Portuguese players

David Caiado (born May 2, 1987)

Sporting CP graduate David Caiado was once tipped as the latest in a long line of outstanding young wide players to have come through the Lisbon club's academy. A tricky winger capable of operating on either flank, Caiado was given a first-team debut by Paulo Bento in 2006, but injury and lack of progression meant that the Lions eventually released the youngster in 2008. After struggling to make an impact on the domestic scene following his release from Sporting, Caiado, then 22, jumped at the opportunity to get his career back on track with former Polish champions Zaglebie Lubin in the summer of 2009.

Fernando Dinis (born July 25, 1982)

Another former member of Sporting’s renowned production line, defender Fernando Alberto Morais Dinis made the move to Poland after being released by Beira-Mar. Dinis progressed no further than Sporting’s B team during his time at Alvalade, but did represent Boavista briefly during the 2006/07 campaign. In the summer of 2009, at the age of 26, Dinis decided to try his luck abroad, following in the footsteps of Rui Miguel and Tiago Gomes in opting for Poland’s Zaglebie Lubin.




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