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Czeslaw Michniewicz new Polish manager

The Polish Football Association was looking for a new coach after Paulo Souza left for Flamengo. It was clear at the time that the Football Association there was in a panic, since there were only three months left until the start of the playoffs for the World Cup, and the Poles still did not have a manager.

Many candidates were in option, among the domestic candidates in pole position was Adam Navalka, Czeslaw Michniewicz was also mentioned. Experienced "foxes" like Jurgen Klinsmann, Dick Advokat or Avram Grant are not "serious" options, and Fabio Cannavaro and Andrea Pirlo were waiting from the shadows.

At the end the choice fell on domestic expert Czeslaw Michniewicz.

The former coach of Legia, Czeslaw Mikhnevich is the new coach of Poland. The president of the Polish Football Association, Czesary Kulesza, said that the coach had signed until the end of 2022, with the possibility of an extension for another two years. "I believe this is the best choice for the challenges ahead." We are only thinking about the Qatar mission," said Kulesza at the time.

Mikhnevich left Legia in October last year when the club was in deep crisis and in 15th place. In September, with him, Legia beat the Spartak Moscow team 1-0 on away. On March 24, Poland should have played against Russia in the World Cup play-off but the match was canceled due to other reasons, and Poland advanced to the final where they faced the winner from Sweden - Czech Republic and it was the Scandinavian.

The media in Poland are looking for reasons for the appointment of Mikhnevich and they think it is the victory of Legia over Spartak in Moscow (1:0), in the group stage of the Europa League. Mikhnevich was then fired from the club from Warsaw, due to poor results in the national championship, but it was a win that meant a lot to Polish people.

As a manager Mikhnevich has spent entire career in Poland leading different teams. He started his managerial career in Lech Poznan and won Polish cup and Polish Super cup with this team. With Zaglebie Lubin he won the Polish Ekstraklasa and Polish Super Cup and with Legia Warsaw Polish Ekstraklasa.

Leading national team may be his biggest challenge so far in the career. He started well, managed to qualify to the World Cup in Qatar where Poland will play in group C with Argentina, Mexico and Saudi Arabia, if Poland make good results and play well Mikhnevich will get another 2 years on the bench of national team.