KRAKOW, Poland. June 21 (PSN) – According to media reports, Michal Probierz has became the new coach of Cracovia Krakow.
It is a rather surprising move for the former Jagiellonia Bialystok coach opting to come to Krakow, rather then go try his luck again abroad as was originally the plan.
Furthermore, Probierz was as well seen yesterday at a meeting in Wroclaw regarding on potentially taking over the Silesian club. Reports claim that Probierz was supposed to become one of the owners of Slask Wroclaw.
In Cracovia, Probierz will replace Jacek Zielinski, whom was unable to meet with the club expectations.
Although the owner of Cracovia prof. Janusz Filipiak argued that he would not sack the coach if he assured Cracovia’s place in the LOTTO Ekstraklasa, he eventually did not keep his word.
The local press in Krakow also pointed out that Waldemar Fornalik was also a strong candidate to become the new coach of the ‘Pasy’. As it turns out, owner Filipiak much preferred Probierz due to his recent success in Bialystok.
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