Poland fans angry at missing eagle on jerseys

Poland football supporters are enraged and even the nation's president is demanding an explanation after the national emblem of an eagle disappeared recently from the national team jerseys.
The new jerseys bearing a variant of the football association's logo and Nike's symbol debuted in the Poland-Italy friendly last Friday.
Tens of thousands of angry fans chanted their displeasure, demanding the return of the eagle.
President Bronislaw Komorowski has demanded an explanation from the Polish Football Association.
The team will wear the new jerseys again in a friendly against Hungary on Tuesday in Poznan.
The association has cited marketing rights for the change made when ordering jerseys from Nike ahead of Euro 2012, which Poland will co-host with Ukraine.