- matches played 115
- goals 49
- assists 10
- Last appearance (days ago) 275
Jaroslaw Niezgoda was used in two of the matches in the present term. Measuring 185cm, Legia Warsaw's average player height surpasses Jaroslaw Niezgoda by 4cm. Since he came into world in 1995, to be more precise March 15th, the forward is NaN years younger than Legia Warsaw's average player. The Polish forward Jaroslaw Niezgoda joined his current team, Legia Warsaw (Poland), in January 2016. These days, his team Legia Warsaw comes seventh place in Florida Cup plus first place in Ekstraklasa (Poland).
Merely twice a card was given to him in his tenure. In terms of winning, Jaroslaw Niezgoda's team was able to do so in none of Florida Cup's and in 50% of Ekstraklasa's matches. His longest stay in a team counts three years and 6 months in KS Wisla Pulawy (Poland). So far in his career as football player, he was part of three clubs. It's been 83 days since Jaroslaw Niezgoda played his latest match. This season he scored one and assisted no goals which is 50% of all of Legia Warsaw's goals in Florida Cup 2018. On average, he hit the net 0.5 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. Back then 0.43 goals and 0.03 assists per match have been achieved.
While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows 30 out and 20 in substitutions in total. Ten months was the stubbiest period that Jaroslaw Niezgoda was contracted to a team (Ruch Chorzow from Poland) In terms of top seasons, the Ekstraklasa 16/17 (Poland) was his best one yet, breaking two personal records in terms of not only assists but also appearances. Apart from Jaroslaw Niezgoda, Christian Pasquato, Salvador Agra, Sandro Kulenovic, Iuri Medeiros and Carlos Lopez are also forwards of Legia Warsaw.
His jersey displays the number 11. He weighs 75kg which is 1kg more than his team's average heftiness. Before joining Legia Warsaw, Jaroslaw Niezgoda was engaged in the squads of KS Wisla Pulawy and Ruch Chorzow. He also plays for Poland.
(Last edited May 12, 2019)