The team of Polish champions after winning against Chemik Bydgoszcz 3:0 (on December 28) had five days off from the coach Roberto Piazza. It's important for the players' organisms and heads to regenerate after a difficult first round. "Everyone was waiting for these days off. It will be time to go home, spend time with family and friends. This is now important for us" - said Renee Teppan, the opposite of PGE Skra after the match against Chemik.
But Estonian player did not appear on any of the first two Thursday sessions. PGE Skra's opposite went to his country to play a game for his national team in qualifying competition for the European championship. All the other players met at the gym on Thursday morning. In the afternoon, the Piazza coach has already planned another tactical training.
However, not all competitors took part in it. Mariusz Wlazły and Robert Milczarek got and injury before the game against Chemik. They are supposed to return after ten days. Both experienced players trained individually, just like another reconvalescent Patryk Czarnowski. Artur Szalpuk joined the three of them, who also complains about a little injury.
The next match of PGE Skra will be played on January 11th, and its rival will be MKS Będzin. Till this time, the players will practice eight more times.