04. 02. 2019

POL M: MKS Bedzin part ways with Gido Vermeulen

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The Dutch coach is no longer at the helm of the Polish team MKS Bedzin.

 

Until the arrival of the new coach, the team will be under the leadership of Emil Siewiorka.

MKS Bedzin are in the last place in Plusliga with only one win out of 16 games, which the main reason for parting ways with the Dutch coach.

Recall that in December he left the Dutch men's national team. From 2012-2014 he was the head coach of the women’s national team and in 2015 Gido Vermeulen was appointed as the head coach of the men's national team. He led the national team on 116 official internationals matches, (World League, European League, CEV European Championships and the FIVB Men’s World Championship). 

 

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