BYTOW, Poland. March 30 (PSN) – Pawel Janas is no longer the coach of 1 Liga team Drutex-Bytovia Bytow.
On Monday, the club terminated their contract with the former coach of the Polish national team by mutual agreement of both parties.
Janas coached the Bytow side since August 2013.
Under his leadership Bytovia were promoted to 1 Liga.
Currently they occupy 15th place in the league table. This is well below the expectations of the Bytow club officials. After the summer with the team being reinforced with new signings it was expected to be fighting for the top half of the table.
Instead, nothing changed but only got worse.
Under the leadership of Janas the team in the spring round won only just two points and failed to score a single goal.
In Olsztyn they lost 0:2 with the locals Stomil, while in Siedlce they drew goalless with Pogon and later fell at home to Zaglebie Lubin.
In the match for the last chance to redeem himself, Drutex Bytow Bytovia only drew 0:0 with Chrobrym Glogow. At that point it was decided by the Bytovia board to release Janas.
Fortunately, the heads of the club have already found a successor for the former Poland coach.
As announced by the Bytow club, the new coach will be Tomasz Kafarski. The 40-year-old is best known for his work in Lechia Gdansk.
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