Jacek Grembocki is no longer the head coach of Polish Ekstraklasa outfit Polonia Warszawa.
“Within two or three days we should find a new replacement coach,” said spokesman Piotr Ciszewski of Polonia during a recent press conference.
“Grembocki is practically no longer the coach of the first team. He will not lead the team’s training session on Tuesday. Mr. Wojciechowski will be talking to him and instead offer him a new position within the club.”
Polonia’s spokesman noted that club owner Jozef Wojciechowski was extremely disappointed with the recent results of the team, especially Saturday’s defeat at the Konwiktorska with Lechia Gdańsk which ended 0:1.
Ciszewski added that there are several candidates in line as to be Grembocki’s successor, but talks are still ongoing with them. Asked whether former Lech Poznan boss Franz Smuda is a main candidate, Ciszewski disagreed.
“I would not call him a leading candidate.” he commented.
After four rounds Grembocki’s job as Polonia Warszawa head coach ends with two victories and two defeats. The club is currently sits in sixth place on the Polish Ekstraklasa league table.
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