Polish Football Federation has today sacked its national coach, Fernando Santos just eight months into his assignment as coach for the team as it is struggling to qualify for the Euro 2024 finals. During last weekend, Poland conceded defeat of 2-0 against Albania leaving them on fourth position in Euro 2024 qualifying Group E with only the top two guaranteed to play in the finals.
The sack statement reads, “The Polish football federation announces that Fernando Santos is no longer national coach as of September 13,”
Santos left his coaching job at his native Portugal after 10 years serving at the helm untill December when he took over the Poland position in January.
AFP reported that the 68-year-old also managed the Greece national team from 2010-2014.