KRAKOW, Poland. March 9 (PSN) – Franciszek Smuda is no longer the head coach of Wisla Krakow.
The experienced T-Mobile Ekstraklasa coach was fired on Monday after a series of poor results by his team.
“The Wisla Krakow SA Board have dismissed Franciszek Smuda from his services as head coach on March 9, 2015” said the brief statement released by the club.
It is still unclear who will lead Wisla in the next league match with Legia Warsaw.
According to various reports, the club is to release the name of Smuda’s successor in the near future.
Franciszek Smuda has been under heavy scrutiny and criticism since the winter break ended, with Wisla fans calling for the resignation of the former Poland national team coach.
The White Star from the beginning of the spring round failed to win a single game.
In four rounds Wisla suffered three losses – Lechia (0:1), Belchatow (1:3) and Zawisza (0:1), and drew Pogon (1:1).
Smuda joined Wisla in 2013 after leaving German outfit SSV Jahn Regensburg.
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