10 Apr 2023 at 13:12
FC Den Bosch has found a new trainer in Tomasz Kaczmarek. The 38-year-old Pole succeeds Jack de Gier, who was fired last month, at the low flyer from the Kitchen Champion Division.
Kaczmarek, who never made it to professional football as a player, has so far mainly trained clubs from the lower regions of Germany, such as Viktoria Köln (20165-2017), Stuttgarter Kickers (2017) and Fortuna Köln (2018-2019).
His last club was the Polish Lechia Gdańsk, with whom he qualified for European football last year. In September he was fired due to disappointing results. Since then he has been without a club.
Technical manager Yousuf Sajjad, also only thirty years old Briton, is happy with the arrival of Kaczmarek. “One of the criteria in the search for a new trainer was that he or she understands the project, knows what needs to be done and which phases we are going to go through. Tomasz meets our requirements.”
FC Den Bosch is going through a dramatic season. The 1948 national champion is in penultimate place in the Kitchen Champion Division and experienced the ultimate low point at the beginning of last month with a 13-0 defeat at PEC Zwolle.
The record defeat meant the end of De Gier, who worked for more than two years in De Vliert. Since then, assistant William van Overbeek has done the honors. Kaczmarek becomes the second foreign trainer ever in the 58-year club existence of Den Bosch, after the Belgian Marc Brys (2009-2010).
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