Before playing against Lechia, it is certain that Jagiellonia will have the worst season in 5 years, when he was ranked 11th in the league. Rafał Grzyb’s players, based on the results of the previous round, will be ranked among the 9th to 12th, which is considered very disappointing in Bialystok.
In addition to Jagiellonia still looking for a new coach (Rafał Grzyb cannot continue to hold this position due to lack of UEFA Pro license), he is also slowly mobilizing staff in the new season. On Sunday, the club announced that it would not extend the expiring contracts with Maciej Makuszewski, Ariel Borysiuk, Damian Węglarz and Fernan Lopez.
In Białystok, they are also considering reinforcements. One of them may be Tomas Podstawski, the former Portuguese youth team and the youth team of FC Porto. The 26-year-old will consolidate the central position of the Jagiellonia stadium and it is currently difficult to find alternatives to Taras Romanczuk and Martin Pospisil. The only person is Bartosz Kwiecień, but his future in Jagiellonia is still unknown.
Tomas Podstawski spent the last three seasons in Pogoń Szczecin, but after his outstanding performance in the first round, speculated on him in the context of the Polish national team, the situation is getting harder and harder every season. Judging from the composition of the Kosta Runjaic team, he was defeated by Damian Dąbrowski, who is in good shape. Dambrowski is currently one of the leaders of Pogoń, and there are fewer and fewer matches, Podstawski can’t find himself.In three years game In Szczecin, he scored 76 games in the league, scoring 3 goals and assisting 2 times.
In Szczecin, Podstawski will not stay in the next season, not only because of the loss of Dąbrowski, but also because a group of very talented midfielders, Pogoń Academy alumni, are waiting for their chance. In addition to Kacper Kozłowski, there are Kacper Smoliński, Mateusz Łęgowski and MaciejŻurawski, who are currently lent to Warta Poznań. Nevertheless, in Pogoń Podstawski, no one will be impressed because he is an active role and 100% professional with excellent football skills.
Jagiellonia is interested in bringing in a 26-year-old midfielder, but he is not the only club seriously considering hiring Podstawski. The next few weeks will show whether the Portuguese with Polish descent will go to Bialystok and whether he will continue to stay in the Polish league.
Jagiellonia Białystok is also getting closer to hiring new trainers. What can be learned from the club, the external audit work carried out by SportsSolver is slowly coming to an end. In the next few days, his result should enter the club, which means that after the weekend, the decision time of the Jagiellonia Supervisory Board will come.
In this case, activists from the Białystok club want to make the best possible decision, not the fastest decision. Therefore, the candidate selected by Jagiellonia will announce the new name in the next few days, or it will still have to wait longer. All this is because the list of several names also includes coaches currently employed by other clubs. There is no rush, because the new league season will start in more than two months-July 23.