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Will Michniewicz accept a surprising offer? His son reveals

Czesław Michniewicz has been unemployed since December 31, 2022, when his contract with the Polish Football Association expired. Although the 52-year-old achieved the goals set before him, and at the World Cup in Qatar he advanced with the national team to the 1/8 finals, he did not manage to keep his position. He was plunged above all by the team’s clumsy style of play and the so-called. bonus scandal.

The son of Czesław Michniewicz confirms. The former manager got an offer from Aberdeen

Michniewicz is therefore free to look for a new employer. There were reports in the media that he might even go to the Middle East and lead one of the teams there. On Tuesday, the British newspaper “Press & Journal” reported quite surprising information. As we could read, Michniewicz is reportedly one of the candidates to lead the Scottish Aberdeen, which recently fired coach Jim Goodwin.

On Wednesday, we learned a bit more about Michniewicz’s possible cooperation with the Scottish team. A sneak peek was given by the trainer’s son, Mateusz, in a podcast on YouTube. – There was some initial contact. And such research. There’s been a bit of this for a month, but we still have to wait a bit for the specifics. But this is a dynamic sport and anything can happen.

As we could hear, Czesław Michniewicz received offers not only from Scotland. Other teams contacted him as well. – There are other options. Something will happen soon. Sometimes it is. If there is no work, there is no work, and if someone is interested in you, several options will appear at once – concluded Mateusz Michniewicz.

Aberdeen have scored 29 points in 23 Scottish league games this season. He loses a point to go to the championship group. In the next game, they will face St. Mirren, a direct contender for sixth place.

Source: Sport.PL


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