Former US international Freddy Adu has the Polish club Sandecja Nowy Sacz on trial, although her manager didn’t want him.
The 28-year-old Adu was regarded as one of football’s most promising talents at DC United made him the youngest athlete ever to sign a professional contract in the United States in the year 2004, but a permanent move to Sandecja, newly promoted to the Polish first League, for his 14-club in the ninth.
Sandecja said in a statement, you make a decision on Adu after his medical, but your manager Radoslaw Mroczkowski outspoken in his disagreement with the move.
“It’s a joke,” Mroczkowski, told Polish website Sportowefakty.pl. “I read in the media about his study. I asked the sporting Director [Arkadiusz Alexander] why he didn’t tell me everything I [Adu]. Finally, he sent me an SMS, there is a player on trial,” and that they all knew. Marketing is not knew, the staff at the club knew … Only the coaches know who the trialist was.”
Adu was not the last to earn on trial with Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer earlier this year, but a contract. He has not played a professional game has been released since he, by the NASL side Tampa Bay Rowdies at the end of 2016.
“Who invited him, leave him, try him. What is the point is that we have such a player?” Mroczkowski added: “The CEO says, it is marketing. We can also Janusz Chomontek [a Polish football freestylers].”