A resilient Górnik Zabrze side held on with ten men for the final ten minutes, leaving Legia Warsaw coach Henning Berg’s final act in charge of the club to surrender a ten-point gap from Piast Gliwice, and the top spot which they so desperately crave.
Third in the Ekstraklasa table, and heading for what is already a crucial Europa League tie against Group leaders Napoli, is clearly not what is expected of Legia Warsaw. So much so that, after less than a third of the season gone, Wojskowi boss Henning Berg looks as though he could well be the next Ekstraklasa coach looking for employment.
Having been in Warsaw for just over a year, Henning Berg’s transformation of his Legia Warsaw side has been impressive. Taking over at the start of January 2014, he inherited […]
Finishing the autumn round on top of the Polish Ekstraklasa, reigning champions Legia Warszawa entered the winter break without a coach after Jan Urban was dismissed after just over eighteen […]