I am introducing a new series of vlogs: #NoBS – Meet my colleagues, in which I interview the people I work with. You will have a chance to meet my colleagues from Sii Poland, Tawerna Kaszubska, and my most recent investment Polonia Warszawa. You can expect smart questions and no political correctness 😉
This time you have a chance to meet Bartek Dryl, Polonia Warszawa Board Member responsible for the Club’s operations & finance, and find out:
• How a football club functions and what is essential for us to earn money
• What are the main weaknesses and challenges of Polonia Warszawa
• How the City of Warsaw can help us bring back the Club to its former glory
and much more!
Polonia needs a charismatic (people’s) and tactically experienced coach, who proved he can build a team from scratch, and win!! some sort of trophy before getting this big project to manage. Winning mentality and a serious leader are neccesary, players and their wages are secondary.
Letting Szymanek stay, and coach Polonia dispite not having experience nor trophies, was a understandable decision at the time, but results are mediocre to say the least.
Polonia needs a permanent base (RKS Marymont?), and a solid backbone starting with a goalkeeper, Wełna and Piątek. Pieczara would most likely help as a target-man too. Ekstraklasa 2026! not 2030.