“They break the moral backbone of a professional soccer ball”. Dariusz Mioduski under the Fireball

For several weeks, there has been total chaos in Legia Warsaw. Since Czesław Michniewicz said goodbye to the position of the first team coach, the Polish champions won only one match – with the third league Skolwin Swit in the Polish Cup. The team led by the temporary trainer Marek Gołębiewski looks even worse than before the change and there is no indication that anything will change.

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The situation is not made easier by the huge problem that the club’s management board has with finding a new coach. Since the release of Michniewicz, many names of possible successors have already appeared in the media, but so far no particulars have emerged. It is known, however, that the main favorite of Dariusz Mioduski is Marek Papszun from Raków Częstochowa, which he himself confirmed in a recent interview.

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That statement by Dariusz Mioduski caused great indignation in the football community. Many people decided that it was at least out of place, and the owner of Raków said that it was disrespectful to his club. Tomasz Hajto, who also joined these critical voices, seems to have a similar opinion on this subject.

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– I respect the president and owner of the Legia, Dariusz Mioduski, but I think that it is all unsportsmanlike. During the season, when the coach has a contract until June, do something like that – the former Polish representative on Polsat Sport was outraged. As he admitted, in his opinion such behavior is simply “breaking the moral backbone of a professional football”.

About David Martin

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

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