With the season ending last Saturday, the club is now forced to look ahead. Marian Iancu had a meek attempt to bring Mr. Uhrin back to Poli, but it failed as the Czech manager was not allowed to leave by the Mlada Boleslav owner - despite a 300000 Euro offer. Good to see some things just can't be bought.
The latest rumor is in regard to the former German International Lothar Matthäus, who might just be redirected from Hungarian club Fehervar if the right buttons are pushed. While as a manager Matthäus has not thoroughly failed, his antics off the football pitch (and bench) have generally been criticized and he has been labelled as difficult to work with. It will be interesting to see how this plays out, Mr. Iancu having a clear penchant for either crappy medium profile managers or, particularly, crappy high-profile managers/ex-players. The exception confirms the rule, doesn't it?