take a 2+2 year contract job in the Polish A-team as head coach against in a difficult situation.
the Polish ice hockey federation cash is deserted. The association owes four million euros, thanks to the former chairman of the Dawid Chwałekin .
the Former president took the money and put it to stink. To conceal the actions he took three years of different loans, but last spring the bubble burst, Valtonen says.
Polish according to sources Chwalekin action is going to court.Bureaucracy blooms
Today, the Polish olympic committee is responsible for the ice hockey federation of the financing and also pay Students a salary.
the Bureaucracy in Poland is still very much alive, so getting the money to the olympic committee might take.
Virk received notice this, when her three months ago requested by flights to Finland, had not been paid. Flight the lack of a clear your life for a few days before last week's trip to Finland, so the team was forced to travel by bus at night, seven hours to Germany to get to fly on the date agreed upon in Helsinki.
– Now the new chairman of the pay the expenses of our own money and get them back to the olympic committee. This money you are not stuck to someone's enter key behind, Valtonen said.
Separated Chwalekin place as president of Piotr Demiańczuk , but at the end of November he left his post Mirosław Minkina .”Things are fine”
While the federal treasury is empty, according to Valtonen, the A-team the situation is the olympic committee thanks to the support of an excellent.
– in Poland, investing in the sport, and we are now very well. The Finnish camp we had a trip of 36 people, 12 of whom belonged to the leading group. A week in Finland cost eur 50 000, Valtonen says.
the Polish of the federal fiscal year goes by calendar year, not the puck through.
I just Made a plan of action for the year 2019. It includes all the camps and games. Someone then hit Warsaw on the stamp paper and after that we can make the necessary reservations, Valtonen says.Tomek Valtonen was surprised, when she requested the flights to Finland wasn't paid. Tomi Jokela / AOP