28. 02. 2019

POL M: Winiarski to replace Anastasi in Gdansk?

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It seems Michal Winiarski will take over the role of the head coach in Gdansk after this season.


There are many rumors about Andrea Anastasi’s move to ONICO, but no one has confirmed it yet.

The media in Italy and Poland are reporting that Gdansk have already chosen his successor, Michal Winiarski – the 2014 World Champion with Poland, who recently started his coaching career.

Andrea Anastasi is currently trying to reach the playoffs in Poland and it’s going to be a difficult task for him. So, if he doesn’t manage to make it, Winiarski will have to do it in the next season.

However, Gdansk is going well in the CEV Champions League as they reached the quarterfinals. 



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