Slag. Mrozek confirms the name. This is a candidate for a new ROW coach

Marek Cieślak, who has not signed a new contract, will not be the coach of ROW Rybnik in the 2022 season. Who will be his successor? Krzysztof Mrozek confirms the name of the candidate.

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Krzysztof Mrozek, president of PGG ROW Rybnik

WP SportoweFakty / Arkadiusz Siwek / In the photo: Krzysztof Mrozek, president of PGG ROW Rybnik

The former coach of the Polish national team talked with Krzysztof Mrozek about continuing the cooperation, but the parties did not reach an agreement on the financial level. It became clear that Marek Cieślak in the new season will no longer be the coach of ROW Rybnik (more HERE).

It is already known that his successor may be Antoni Skupień. – We are thinking about it – confirms the name of the candidate for the new coach of the Rybnik team, Krzysztof Mrozek in an interview with polskizuzel.pl.

– Antoni works with us with young people, he is available, so nothing can be ruled out. However, I would like to emphasize once again that there is no decision – comments the president of ROW.

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It is already known, however, that the new coach of the Rybnik team will have at his disposal a line-up significantly rebuilt compared to the previous season. Only Sergey Logachev survived from among the basic players.

– I decided that after a bad season you have to try something else. We want to try other, new solutions – explains Mrozek, emphasizing that he has built an interesting, optimal composition.

In addition to the aforementioned Sergei Łogaczow, we will see Andreas Lyager, Krystian Pieszczek, Grzegorz Zengot, Leon Flint, Patryk Wojdyła and Polish youth players.

See also: Żużel. Marek Cieślak: Motor with Drabik can win gold. Włókniarz made a mistake with Kowalski [WYWIAD]

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