| Piotr Leciejewski|
| (1985-03-23) 23 March 1985 (age 30)|Piotr Leciejewski Wikipedia
Piotr Leciejewski (born 23 March 1985 in Legnica) is a Polish professional football goalkeeper who currently plays for Norwegian Super League side Brann.
He impressed instantly with his explosive reflexes, and was one of Sogndal's best players when he arrived. In the 2010 season he saved 5 out of 5 penalties.
On 19 August 2010, rumors claimed that English champions Chelsea were interested in the Polish keeper.
Leciejewski moved from Sogndal to Brann after the 2010-season, in an exchange-deal where Kenneth Udjus and Cato Hansen moved the other way. He made his debut for Brann in the fifth league-match of the 2011-season against Molde, and despite conceding three goals in his debut, Leciejewski soon displaced displacing Håkon Opdal, Brann's first-choice goalkeeper since 2004, as Brann's first-choice goalkeeper. Leciejewski quickly became a fan favorite at Brann, and was awarded with the supporters Player of the Year-award in both the 2012- and 2013-season.
On 3 November 2011, Leciejewski stated that he might be interested in playing for Norway national football team.As of 8 August 2017