Mateusz Borek revealed in an interview with TVP Sport that there is only one candidate left for the position of the coach of the Polish national team. What’s more, he added that it was a matter of a few days and the coach’s name would be approved by the Polish Football Association.
Polish representation still remains without a manager after last year’s end
Paulo Sousa terminated the contract with
Polish Football Association. The Portuguese did this because he preferred to work for the Brazilian Flamengo club. Since then, the authorities of the Polish federation headed by
Cezary Kulesza are looking for a new coach who will fight our team in the play-offs for promotion to
world championship in Qatar.
Shocking information was provided on Thursday morning by a popular journalist from TVP Sport,
Mateusz Borek. In his opinion, we can get to know the name of the new coach … this Friday.
Mateusz Borek already knows everything. He revealed when and who will become the selector
– I think that the extended casting has been going on for a bit too long. It seems to me that the matter will be settled by Friday and we will stop discussing further candidates – said the football commentator.
What’s more, Borek added that the PZPN only takes into account one coach: – A Polish coach is involved,
Adam Nawałka. Casting will end this weekend.
Mateusz Borek: “Certain foreign candidacies were only theoretical”
It is known for sure that
He talked with Kulesza, among others Fabio Cannavarowho previously worked in China.
Ultimately, no agreement was reached between the Italian and the Polish Football Associationbecause – as explained by Borek – the winner of the Golden Ball thought everything over and realized that he did not know the players, and that he would only have three training units in front of him. By refusing, he minimized the risk of losing in his first encounter against European football.
– As for the world’s top coaches, it is impossible to hire them mainly due to financial reasons. Big European clubs pay much more money than PZPN. Certain candidatures were therefore purely theoretical – concluded Borek.