Perhaps the future is looking bright for the "Bialo-Czerwoni." More and more young players are joining teams in Germany, France, England and Italy at a very young age. Some of them are already ranked very high. There are also a few gems in the Polish Ekstraklasa, which probably should join a stronger league soon inorder to fully develop. Ofcourse, not all of them will see their full potential, but a few (3-5) should do it. Here is a list of 11 promising young talents which will start entering the national team around the next World Cup 2014, or even sooner: - Wojciech Szczesny (GK) (Could play at: EC 2012, WC 2014, EC 2016) - Marcin Kaminski (CB) (EC 2012, WC 2014, EC 2016) - Jakub Swierczok (FW) (EC 2012, WC 2014, EC 2016) - Bartosz Salamon (CM) (WC 2014, EC 2016) - Rafal Wolski (AM) (WC 2014, EC 2016) - Jakub Kosecki (RM) (WC 2014, EC 2016) - Piotr Zielinski (AM) (W 2016) - * Martin Kobylanski (FW) (WC 2014, EC 2016) - * Ivo Pekalski (CM) (EC 2012, WC 2014, EC 2016) - * Timothy Kolodziejczak (LB) (WC 2014, EC 2016) - * Paulo Dybala (FW/SS) (WC 2014, EC 2016) Considering the fact that at Euro 2016, Robert Lewandowski will be only 27 years old, Wojciech Szczesny will be 26, Sebastian Boesnich will be 28, while Jakub Blaszczykowski and Lukasz Piszczek will be 31 years old, we could have an interesting team around that time, if at least some (3-5) of these gems fully develop. If more than 5 develop to at least 80% of their current potential and play for Poland, we could then speak of a very talented generation. Poland's "Dream Team" at Euro 2016: Szczesny (26 years old), Piszczek (31), Kaminski (24), Kolodziejczak (24), Boesnich (28)- Salamon (24), Polanski (29)- Blaszczykowski (31), Wolski (23)- Lewandowski (27), Kobylanski (22) * That's if they opt to play for Poland instead of Germany, Sweden, France or Argentina.