Stanisław Baran

Stanisław Franciszek Baran (April 26, 1920 – May 12, 1993) was an interwar Polish football player, who started his career in Resovia Rzeszów, then, sometime in 1938 (at the age of around 18) moved to Warszawianka Warszawa. Regarded as one of the most gifted players of these times, however World War II stopped his career for a few years.

Baran was a member of the Polish National Team in 1938 FIFA World Cup, but did not play in the legendary game Poland - Brazil 5-6 (June 5, 1938, Strasbourg, France) - he spent the whole match on the bench. Also, played in the last international friendly of interwar Poland (Poland - Hungary 4-2, August 27, 1939, Warsaw). In this game, he appeared on the field as a replacement, in 31st minute.

In 1958, as a 38-year-old soccer veteran, Baran won the championships of Poland, with the team of ŁKS Łódź. Provided by Wikipedia
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