Thursday, 22 June 2017 18:04

Michał Winiarski becomes PGE Skra assistant coach

Michał Winiarski becomes PGE Skra assistant coach

Michał Winiarski, who announced his retirement from volleyball as a player two months ago, has become PGE Skra Bełchatów assistant coach to Roberto Piazza.

Winiarski played for PGE Skra for eight years. The first deal with PGE Skra, Michał signed in 2005. He came to Bełchatów as the raising star of Polish volleyball. He quickly became the leading player of the yellow-blacks, but also of Poland National Team. - I won't be hiding the fact that we want to win the Championship of Poland - he said after coming to Bełchatów. After a few months, a gold medal appeared on his neck. It was 11 years ago.

In 2006, he left Bełchatów and joined Trentino. As their player, he won CEV Champions League and Championship of Ialy. Three years later, he came back to Poland and wore the yellow-black shirt again. Apart from the Championship of Poland, he won the Polish Cup, as well as CEV Champions League and FIVB World Club Championship medals.

Roberto Piazza is an Italian and it's worth reminding that Winiarski played in Serie A for three years, so his knowledge of Italian may be helpful. 

Let's look at Michał's eight years as a PGE Skra Bełchatów player.

*Pictures thanks to Polsat Sport.

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