Jerzy Brzeczek has left his role as Poland manager, the Polish Football Association (PZPN) said on Monday.
Appointed to replace Adam Nawalka after Poland crashed out of the 2018 World Cup in the group stage, the 49-year-old was in charge for 24 matches and led his country to qualification for this year’s delayed European Championship.
“I would like to thank coach Brzeczek for his work with our national team up until now,” PZPN president Zbigniew Boniek said in a statement.
Boniek will hold a news conference on Thursday in connection with Brzeczek’s departure.
Brzeczek took up the role of national coach after a stint in charge of Wisla Plock in Poland’s top division.
A midfielder during his playing career, he was part of the team which won a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.