Watch Cash’s Polish home debut in Warsaw – The Athletic

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Barbara Cash is proud. His son, Matty, just received an enthusiastic standing ovation from the fans inside Poland’s national stadium and even in the event of a defeat it was a special occasion that deserved to be celebrated.

Not only did Aston Villa’s full-back play a role in qualifying Poland for the World Cup qualifiers, but he also gave fans a taste of what was to come and Barbara can’t help it. keep from thinking about what that would have meant to her. , football-loving father Ryszard Tomaszewski, who was forced to leave the country during World War II.

“He would have loved to see his grandson represent the country,” she told The Athletic in Warsaw where the family were invited to immortalize every moment of a trip that will be remembered for a long time, despite the 2 defeat. -1.

Poland had already secured second place in the group, so it was an experience designed to help Cash for the future.

And what an experience it has been. De Matty making his debut as a substitute in the 4-1 win over Andorra on Friday to stand there last night in white and red, singing the national anthem he had learned in recent weeks with over 50,000 Passionate Poles fixing their eyes on her every move.

Brother Adam and his fiancee Lana were also present. The same goes for Cash’s sister, Hannah, and her aunt, Teresa, her uncle, Tony and her cousin, Alex.

The fact that most of them were also present on their maiden voyage made the adventure even more unique. Cash’s father Stuart said after the game, in which the winger played the first half: “He made us all so proud. Now it’s time for the play-offs!

If Cash playing for Poland sounds different, so does the background of his grandparents, Ryszard and Janina.

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