Niespodziewane ataki ministra na rząd Mateusza Morawieckiego – analiza Przeglądu Sportowego

Minister attacks Mateusz Morawiecki’s government. Surprise development!

Will the training center that the Polish Football Association (PZPN) planned to build in Otwock actually be constructed? There is a new opportunity for this. According to, the president of PZPN, Cezary Kulesza, met with the Minister of Sport, Sławomir Nitras, who in early January overturned the decision of his predecessor, Kamil Bortniczuk, to grant substantial funding, referring to it as a “gift from Prime Minister Morawiecki.” This is seen as a breakthrough in the matter. The applications were submitted in a sloppy and incomplete manner. PZPN doesn’t even have the right to the land on which they intended to build, which is one of the requirements.

In this way, the new Minister of Sport has reversed the decision of his predecessor, Kamil Bortniczuk, who promised PZPN funding of over PLN 300 million for the construction of an ambitious project. The plan was to establish a powerful center, one of the most modern of its kind in Europe. Nitras stated that if he agreed to such an expense with public money, it would be the “most expensive investment financed by the Ministry of Sport,” and football, being the richest sport, “should be able to manage on its own.” And now there is hope for such a solution. Recently, the president of the Polish Football Association, Cezary Kulesza, met with Nitras. They discussed, among other topics, the organization of the U-20 Women’s World Cup, but also addressed the controversy surrounding the construction of the center near Warsaw. As I managed to find out, the meeting was conducted in a good atmosphere, grievances were resolved, and there is a good chance that the investment in the form of the center in Otwock will be unblocked,” wrote journalist Jakub Seweryn. “Sources close to the Ministry of Sport do not hide that the tension, which undoubtedly arose between PZPN and the minister due to the center and media statements, has been alleviated.”

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