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Michael Biegler resigns as headcoach for Poland

Michael Biegler resigns as headcoach for Poland

After losing the critical match against Croatia, the polish head coach, Michael Biegler, took the responsibility and resigned from his job.

“It is always the approach of the hosts at a major tournament to go as far as possible. Our aim was to make it to the semifinal. We failed on the way, and as I’m responsible for the team, to resign immediately was a logical consequence,” Michael Biegler said to ehf-euro.com on Thursday.

Michael Bigler has been a head coach for Poland since 2012, and last year at the World Championship in Qatar they reached a bronze medal. Now they will play for the 7./8.placement. The match on Friday evening will be the last match Biegler are a head coach for Poland.

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