NOWY SACZ, Poland. March 1 (PSN) – Two new changes in head coaching took place in the 1 Liga this week.
Dariusz Wojtowicz took over the role as head coach at MKS Sandecja Nowy Sacz, while Romuald Szukielowicz claimed the vacant position at MKS Flota Swinoujscie.
Wojtowicz replaces Piotr Stach, who resigned from his position earlier this week. He will take over head coaching duties at Nowy Sacz, a city where he has previously coached at back in 2011.
“I’m going back to the city and the club which I have very fond memories of. I worked well before in Sandecja,” Wojtowicz told “PAP”.
He added that while the team is in a difficult situation, it is not dramatic.
“We need to roll up our sleeves and get to work” he stressed.
After the autumn round Sandecja in the 1 Liga table sits in 11th place with 23 points. In the first match of the spring round they will play away against Widzew Lodz.
Meanwhile, in Romuald Szukielowicz replaces the two Romanian coaches in Swinoujscie, Ivan Valentin and Florin Tudor-Laurentiu.
Valentin and Tudor-Laurentiu left the club after the PZPN launched a probe on an alleged bribery scandal which involved a fixed exhibition game in January 28 with German club SV Babelsberg 03.
After 19 rounds in the 1 Liga, the club from Swinoujscie sits in sixth place with 27 points.
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