Coaches working with IPSO led their clubs to the top eight of the league. Jagiellonia Białystok, whose trainer is Michał Probierz, took third place after the basic stage of the season. On the other hand Pogoń Szczecin managed by Czesław Michniewicz came in seventh.
Never before in its history has Jagiellonia had 49 points at this stage of the season. “We are fighting for the championship,” coach Probierz declared recently and it’s hard to think differently. The chance for the big league success in Białystok is unique.
Pogoń Szczecin is in seventh place in the table and will proceed to the final phase with 21 points. They got to the top eight because at the end of the season they were taken over by Czesław Michniewicz. They won three out of four meetings. On Wednesday, they lost 1: 2 against Legia Warszawa, but they still remain in the game for European cups.
Both Czesław Michniewicz and Michał Probierz were guests in March, the first edition of the IPSO course.
We wish both coaches good luck in the final stage of the season of the Premier League!