In the past few weeks, the Polish capital, Warsaw, has been marking the 60th anniversary of the completion of the iconic Palace of Culture and Science, a monstrous building that dominates the city. It’s one of the iconic symbols of the city and was based on the Moscow skyscrapers of the 1950s. 1955 also marked the start of the European Cup and in that first season, Poland’s representative was Gwardia Warsawza. Nineteen years later, Poland shocked planet football by finishing a highly credible third in the FIFA World Cup. If there had been any justice, the Poles would have lined-up in the final against the Netherlands instead of the West Germans. Poland and Cruyff’s Dutch team had really been the ones to set the…