FOR the first time in 28 years, a new name has been engraved upon Poland’s football championship trophy. Piast Gliwice, a team from Upper Silesia, have won their first ever title, outshining reigning champions Legia Warsaw, who had won the Ekstraklasa in five of the last six seasons. Piast finished four points ahead of Legia, clinching the title on the last day when beating Lech Poznań 1-0 thanks to a goal from Polish under-21 international Piotr Parzyszek.  The club’s Stadion Piast had never known anything like it and was packed with a record crowd of 9,913 to see the Piastunki (the custodians), win the big prize. Piast’s side, coached by former national team manager Waldemar Fornalik, includes Englishman Tom Hateley, the 29 year-old son…