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Marek ZubUEFA Pro Coaching License No. 376

Marek Zub (born August 24, 1964 in Tomaszow Lubelski, Poland) - former football player, currently UEFA Pro licensed coach.

He started his career in 1980 as a player for Hetman Zamosc. Three years later, already as a student of Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, he transferred to team AZS AWF Warszawa and in 1984 to Igloopol Debica where he played for seven seasons and with which team in 1991 he advanced to Ekstraklasa – the highest Polish division. Years 1991-1992 found him in Belgium as a player of Lorrain Arlon and then back in Poland where he played for  FC Piaseczno (1993-1995) and Polonia Warszawa (1995-1996) with which he advanced to Ekstraklasa. His last team was again KS Piaseczno where he ended his player’s career in 2000.

Marek Zub became a coach yet in his player days for Igloopol Debica and then FC Piaseczno. His first experience was to coach youth teams but later as a head or assistant coach he worked in all levels and divisions from 4th to Ekstraklasa, the highest.

His 1st coach career made clubs as Hetman Zamosc, KS Piaseczno, KS Lomianki (with which in 2001 he won Regional (MOZPN) Polish Cup), Mazowsze Grojec, Okecie Warszawa, Pogon Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Swit Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki, Widzew Lodz.

He was a 2nd coach for Polonia Warszawa (with head coach Krzysztof Chrobak) and GKS Belchatow (with head coach Orest Lenczyk). With the latter he placed 2nd in the league season 2006/2007 and played in the UEFA Cup.

Throughout his career Marek took many coaching courses and internships with such renowned football clubs and organizations as International Coaching Course by Royal Netherlands Football Association (Holland, 2007), World Class Coaching Seminar by National Soccer Coaches Association of America (USA, 2009), internships at AJ Auxerre, France (2004), FC Metz, France (2008), FC Getafe, Spain (2010).

In September 2007 Marek Zub became a head coach for Widzew Lodz. Having finished working with the football team in April 2008, he continued his work for the club as its Sports Director and V.P. of Board of Directors KS Widzew Lodz S.A. until December 31, 2010. 

© 2011-2014 Marak Zub.