Best win? Worst loss? For your team in history of the tournament.Best Win -7-1 win vs. Norway when needing to win by 5 to get through to the 2nd round
Worst loss - A lot to 1 against Canada four or five years ago.
Tranfers. Who's in? Who's out?In-Jay Tomchuk, Brett Levis
Who is your most important player?
Michal Bandula (Goalkeeper)
What are you team's strengths?Very physical, and extremely fast pace and high intensity.
If you could have one player from any other team who would it be? Why?Jarvis, calm, solid at the back, great midfielder and good shot.
Realistically where do you expect to finish?Not reaching the semi finals would be considered under-achieving.
Who would you like to see win besides your team?Anyone other than Ireland and Laos.
My take: It's pretty much a forgone conclusion that Poland are going to win this thing and here's why. They are already a top 3 team and that before that added the two best strikers in the tournament. They are also in one of, if not the easiest pool. I would argue that Brett Levis is now their most important player because form the exhibition games I have seen they have relied on him heavily. It will be interesting to see Brett adapts to Poland's style or if Poland is forced to adapt to Brett's style. Either way they will be a different team than last year. For Poland only making the final would be under-achieving, only making the semi would be a catastrophe.