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Wisła,

river, Poland: see VistulaVistula
, Pol. Wisła, longest river and principal waterway of Poland, c.665 mi (1,070 km) long. It rises in the West Beskid range of the Carpathians, S Poland, and flows NE past Kraków, NW past Warsaw and Toruń, and N past Grudziądz and Tczew to the
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Wisla are likely to put plenty of distance between themselves and GKS by the end of the season and they look value 10-11 shots to bank the points this evening.
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Police and licensing officers inspected Wisla six times between September 2010 and August 5 of this year.
The 27-year old twin brothers had been playing for Wisla Krakow in their native Poland since 2001.
The Polish hitman spent three years in Glasgow's East End after arriving from Wisla in 2005.
We attended a UEFA cup game between Barcelona and Wisla Krakow and our winners were able to get briefings and updates from the other participating teams.
A delegation from Goodison were in Krakow earlier this week to watch the 28-year old star in Wisla Krakow's 6-0 demolition of Zaglebie Lubin.
Wisla would not say how much the job cuts would save the company.
Grazyna Baran, 29, and employees Bronislawa Zachhrczuk and Stanislawa Wisla, both 51, were ordered to appear at an Oct.
Wisla dominated proceedings as they had in the goalless first leg but Newtown battled bravely before conceding the first goal in the 28th minute.
In a ground-breaking move, Cierzniak was allowed to leave Wisla Krakow early after the club dumped him into the reserves for signing a pre-contract with Legia Warsaw.
Opponents Wisla Krakow are established and experienced in the top flight, but haven't had things their own way since their last title success in 2011.