Polish professional football manager Jerzy Józef Brzęczek left his work as a Poland manager on 18th January, 5 months before the UEFA European Championship and 2 months before the beginning of 2022 football World Cup qualifying. The Polish Football Association didn’t give an explanation behind its choice or report a substitution. PFA’s president Zbigniew Boniek is booked to hold a news meeting on 21st January.
Jerzy Brzeczek is a former Polish midfielder who was delegated after Poland’s national football team completed the last position in its group in the Russia Football World Cup. Jerzy Brzeczek guided Poland to capability for UEFA European Football Championship by completing at the 1st position of its group stage. Poland neglected to beat Italy and the Netherlands at home and away in UEFA Nations League matches a year ago.
PFA’s president Zbigniew Boniek stated that “I might want to thank coach Jerzy Józef Brzęczek for his work with our Poland team as of recently”.
“I welcomed Jerzy Brzeczek to my home; we had an espresso, and I revealed to him the information. It’s a pitiful day for me, however, I assume the liability for this choice. I have considered everything and I should do what is useful for the National team”, he added.
Jerzy Józef Brzęczek took up the work of the Poland coach after a spell accountable for Polish football club Wisla Plock in Poland’s top division. A midfielder during his playing vocation, he was essential for the national team, which won a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.