The head of government posted a post about it on Facebook. In it, he emphasized that leaving the Polish national team after 36 years from the group and playing in the 1/8 World Cup finals is a great joy. And he assessed that although we were eliminated in the knockout stage of the World Cup, we played a good match against the current world champion – the French national team. “The Poles took the gauntlet” – wrote Mateusz Moravicki.
What was missing? First of all, the experience of playing at this level and a bit of luck. However, our team gave us more than we could have expected. The problem of Polish football for years has been the level of funding. The harsh reality of football is that great play is Big money,” the prime minister commented.
He assessed that the role of the state is to support the development of this most popular sport, and, as he added, this mainly applies to funds allocated to training youth and establishing infrastructure, but also to developing and supporting talent. We will allocate additional funds for these purposes. confirmed.
“The successful performance of the Poles in the World Cup is a good opportunity to start a discussion about the future of Polish football. I am convinced that without an increase in the budget for Polish football it will be difficult for us to compete with the best, and our players have shown that it is possible. They have shown that I also believe that the reward On the results in the most prestigious tournaments an important component of the entire system and at the same time the role of the federation and the main sponsors continues the head of government.
However, Moravicki’s earlier account was somewhat different. “I think it’s kind of rewarding for our players, because they really got out of the group, after all, they played really well.” – This is what Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said earlier on this subject in In an interview with wPolsce.pl.
The information that the Prime Minister promised players a reward for leaving the group was first reported by Wirtualna Polska. Onye, in turn, reported that the bonus issue divided Robert Lewandowski and the national team coach – and that The feud could even weigh on Michniewicz’s future. The reward for leaving the group was supposed to be 30 PLN or even 50 million PLN, according to various accounts.
Poland exited the group, but then went out in Qatar after losing 3-1 to France.
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