Kasperczak bids farewell to Wisła

Kasperczak bids farewell to Wisła

KRAKOW, Poland. Aug 06 (PS) — Henry Kasperczak is no longer coach of Wisla Krakow.

The Polish coach resigned on Friday after Wisla’s devastating elimination from UEFA Europa League qualifying.

For the first Ekstraklasa league game with Arka Gydnia the team will be trained by Tomasz Kulawik. He also led the team on the Sunday match.

Kasperczak took over Wisla on the 15th of March 2010. He led the team in sixteen official matches. Half of them the team won, while they drew four matches, and lost four.

The Board of Wisła Krakow SA has thanks Kasperczak for his services with the club and wish him good luck in his future work.

“The dream of every Polish coach is to lead Wisla Krakow. I am positively surprised that I met this honor. I have to deal with the problem of lack of time to prepare for the next match. I have to go back to this team, find out where the problem is. After all, these players have shown over the years, competing for high stakes, that they know how to play football.” Kulawik said after Friday’s training with Wisla, which he already ran.

He added that the proposal to become the new temporary coach he received on Friday. He does not know whether there is a chance he will coach Wisla for a longer period of time.

It has been reported that Wisla are seeking a foreign coach, but will be curious to see how Kulawik runs the team.

The new Wisla coach has already announced his offensive mindset, which he seems determined to apply to the White Star roster.

“We need to score goals. After all, because we did not score a goal in Poland against a team from Azerbaijan, they played better in their own country.” added Kulawik.

When describing what happened to Wisla and other Polish teams in European competition Maciej Zurawski said that something certainly wrong is going on in Polish football.

“You get the impression that teams from countries that a few years ago did not exist when it comes to football, now have made a very big step forward, and our football is developing very slowly and almost fading away.” said the striker on Friday.

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