After a string of poor results, Maciej Tarnogrodzki has stepped down from his role as caretaker manager of Bray Wanderers this afternoon, the club have said.
Tarnogrodzki took charge of the team after Alan Matthews and his backroom staff walked away from the seagulls’ back in April and although he won his first game, results since that have been poor.
Speaking today, the Club said : “He took on the role at a moment’s notice and with his backroom team of Thomas O’Connor and James Quinn steered the team to its first goals and points of the season,”
“Indeed when the season ends the 7 points he earned may well prove to be invaluable. Maciej was reluctant to take on the role and initially only agreed to three matches or four at maximum. The process of getting a new Manager in place took longer than expected and the Club prevailed on Maciej and his team to continue indefinitely. This he agreed to but pointed out the risks involved in the post and that Caretaker Managers have, in reality, a very short life span.”
““That recent results did not go his way are far from a reflection on Maciej – rather a reflection on us in not getting a new Manager in place. However, Maciej does not apportion blame – he just wants the Club to be successful.”