WARSAW, Poland. June 2 (PSN) – Stanislav Cherchesov is no longer the head coach of Legia Warsaw – reveals the official club website.
Both sides on Wednesday terminated the contract by mutual agreement.
Along with Cherchesov the Legion will also bid farewell to his coaching staff – Vladimir Panikov, Miroslav Romaschenko and Gintaras Stauce.
“We would like to thank the coaches for their professionalism and leading Legia to the double for the Club’s centenary. We part company with mutual respect, and wish our former coaches all the best in their future careers,” said Boguslaw Lesnodorski, President of Legia Warsaw on the official website.
“We didn’t manage to reach agreement in matters which are crucial for development of Legia in the coming years. When, in October 2015, coach Cherchesov came to Warsaw, we set specific goals for him, of which the most important was winning the championship of Poland. However, we also agreed that after the season – regardless of the result – we would sit down and discuss everything we managed to achieve, and what, and how, we would achieve in the future. Coach Cherchesov and his staff did a great deal of work with the first team, for which all of us are grateful. Today, we shook hands, and wished each other good luck,” said Michal Zewlakow, Sports Director of Legia Warsaw.
The club is expected to announce Cherchesov’s successor in the next few days.
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