WARSAW, Poland. May 18 (PSN) – The two contenders to play in the T-Mobile Ekstraklasa next season – Termalica and Wisla Plock, have not received a license from the Special Committee on. License after a decision on Monday.
At the Monday meeting the Licensing Committee examined the club license applications for the 1 Liga clubs on obtaining a license to play in the Ekstraklasa next season.
The Commission decided that only five clubs from the 1 Liga would receive licenses, and these are Zaglebie Lubin, Miedz Legnica, GKS Tychy, Dolcan Zabki and GKS Katowice.
GKS Tychy applied for their application with a home stadium in Gliwice and Dolcan Zabki in Pruszkow.
However, two real candidates to play in the Ekstraklasa have surprisingly not been granted a license – Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza and Wisla Plock who successively occupy the second and third places in the 1 Liga table.
Due to a number of failures in the applications, the Commission has appointed an additional and final deadline to supplement the license protocol and documentation, clubs must do so by May 22.
The Commission assessed that actually most of the 1 Liga clubs at the moment do not meet even the minimum requirements for a basic license to play in the Ekstraklasa.
One of these basic requirements calls for clubs to have their youth team coaches and coordinators of youth development to hold a UEFA A license.
The next meeting of the License Commission will be held on May 26 and will then consider the final analysis and licensing conclusions.
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