| Dariusz Adamczuk|
| (1969-10-20) 20 October 1969 (age 46)|
Football at the 1992 Summer Olympics
Tomasz Waldoch, Aleksander Klak, Andrzej Kobylanski, Marek Kozminski, Ryszard Staniek
Dariusz Adamczuk (born 20 October 1969 in Szczecin) is a former Polish professional footballer.
He started his career with Pogoń Szczecin during the 1987–88 season, before moving on to play for Eintracht Frankfurt, Dundee, Udinese Calcio and Belenenses.
It was in the 1999–00 season that he would get his big break, signing on a free transfer for Scottish champions Rangers from Dundee. He started off as a regular in the Rangers team, making 16 appearances up to and including a UEFA Cup tie against Borussia Dortmund on 7 December 1999, but didn't make any further appearances that season. The following season he made 3 appearances in the league across October and November 2000, however these would be his last appearances for Rangers. He had a loan spell at English club Wigan Athletic in 2001. In 2002 it was reported that he was suffering from depression. Adamczuk retired in 2002, then returned in 2006 to play for Pogoń Szczecin Nowa.
He was a member of the Poland team that won the silver medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
In eleven matches for Poland, his solitary goal was against England in 1993 during a World Cup qualifier at the Stadion Slaski in Chorzów.
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