Marek Babszon is very interested in Olympiacos Piraeus. The Polish coach is on the Greek businessman’s shortlist – says Piotr Koneminski of “WP Sportowe Fakty”.
Much has been said about the future of Marek Babszon. Until recently, it seemed that the Polish coach was going to take a break from football. However, there are many indications that she will quickly return to work after her split from Raków Czestochowa. Many foreign clubs seek his services.
A while ago, news broke that the prized coach on the Vistula River is a candidate for the Israeli giants, more specifically Maccabi Haifa. The offer looked very attractive. The Greens are in first place in the league, which means they are on track to participate in the qualifying rounds for the next edition of the Champions League.
Another option was announced by Piotr Koźmiński of “WP Sportowe Fakty”.
Papszun was on Olympiacos Piraeus’ short wish list. The two-time winner of the Polish Cup was offered to the Greek businessman, who became seriously interested in the aforementioned candidacy. Representatives for the 47-time national champion love his profile, which can play an important role in conversations.
Of course, this is not the only valid name for this function. Apart from him, Piraeus is studying the involvement of Hernan Crespo, Diego Martinez, Gennaro Gattuso, Alfred Schroeder and Sergi Ribro. The competition is great, but the current coach of Raków has nothing to be ashamed of.
Working at Olympiacos will be a huge stress. Stadio Georgios Karaiskakis is likely to lose the title as they are ten points away from leaders AEK.
Due to poor results, Spanish coach Michel was fired in early April. Currently, José Añejo is temporarily in charge of the results.
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