Not that long ago, Peter (or Piotr) Nowak was on sitting pretty in the world of American soccer. The former D.C. United and U.S. youth international coach was in charge of the newly minted MLS expansion Philadelphia Union, with their brand new stadium and raucous support. Peter was the guy that was supposed to make them a contender. Then things went bad, and just after he surreptitiously applied for the then-vacant manager position at Scottish club Hearts, Peter/Piotr got fired. Then someone lodged complaints that he’d mistreated some players (including denying them water), and somehow allegations surfaced that he profited off of transfers, and now Piotr is coaching youth soccer in Delaware.
Nowak will be doing sessions throughout the months of April and May for Kirkwood Soccer Club, a youth soccer club based in Delaware. $150 will get you eight sessions of “this unbelievable opportunity to get the kind of training National Team and Professional Team players have been receiving from Peter.”
Just make sure you bring your own water. Ahem.
via Keith Hickey
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