Swierczewski Joins U21 Team as New Assistant Coach

Swierczewski joins the U-21 Team / MW Media
Swierczewski Joins U21 Team as New Assistant Coach

WARSAW, Poland. February 20 (PSN) – The Management Board of the Polish Football Association (PZPN) met on Thursday and issued a new hire for the U-21 team.

The meeting centered around the coaching staff for the U-21 Polish national team’s preparation plan for the next few years, which will play as host at the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championships.

As a major result from the meeting, Piotr Swierczewski has been announced as a new assistant coach for the U-21 team.

The 70-capped former experienced Polish international has had a rich career, having played for AS Saint-Etienne, SC Bastia, Marseille, Birmingham City and Lech Poznan.

Swierczewski will join Marcin Dorna’s staff which includes assistant coach Ryszard Robakiewicz and goalkeeper coach Jozef Mlynarczyk.

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