PKO Ekstraklasa. The former Legia footballer mocks Dariusz Mioduski

The Polish champions have been doing well in the Europa League for some time, but have been losing all possible matches for some time. Not counting the match with the third division Skolwin Dawn in the Polish Cup, Marek Gołębiewski’s team lost eight matches in a row! Her latest victory was the victory over Leicester City in the Europa League on September 30.

On Sunday, Legia lost in the league to Górnik Zabrze, although it seemed for a long time to save the draw. Krzysztof Kubica’s goal made the fans crazy and decided to extend the fatal series of the Varsovians. Former Legia footballer Marko Vesović reacted to this result.

Montenegro said goodbye to Legia after the end of the previous season. It was said then that the board decided to say goodbye to him in order to convince Paweł Wszołek to extend the contract, but eventually the former Polish representative also left Legia. The conflict of the current Karabakh player with the club’s authorities from Warsaw was no secret.

After the end of Legia’s match with Górnik, Marko Vesović posted a photo of Dariusz Mioduski on Instagram, commenting on it with emoticons signifying helplessness and lack of understanding. The footballer’s eloquent reaction was met with warm comments from the fans.


Photo: Instagram

Screenshot from Instagram by Marko Vesovic

Once upon a time, the conflict of Marko Vesović with the club became loud. All through the entries of the footballer’s wife, who loudly expressed her regret towards Czesław Michniewicz and the club’s authorities, who were to be responsible for the footballer’s departure. In the summer, Legia said goodbye to three players who were taking their place on the right side of the field.

The Polish champions remain in a very bad situation. Legia is second to last in the PKO Ekstraklasa table, but has the same number of points as the last Górnik Łęczna.

About David Martin

David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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