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UEFA A licensed football coach. Motivational speaker. Specialist goalkeeper training. Lecturer, speaker and participant in numerous courses, training courses, seminars and conferences for coaches in Poland and Germany, USA, Holland, England, Italy, Spain, Slovakia, Belgium, Hongkong and the Czech Republic. Participant UEFA Study Group Scheme in Brussels - Gent (Belgium).

He shared his knowledge in Germany, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Ireland, Belgium, Malta, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Cameroon, Pakistan and Dominican Republic.

Completed the program KNVB World Coaches. Certificate holder of the Dutch and the English Football Association.

Head coach Poland National Amputee Football Team which won bronze medal in the European Chapionships in 2017 in Stambul, Turkey and the 4th place in the World Championships in 2014 in Culiacan, Mexico.

Sport Director in Cracow Football School "Pogon".

Winner of the "Bright Side of Football" award in the plebiscite for the best coach of Małopolska in 2014. Winner of "Solidarity in Sport" award in 2017.

Founder "Keepers Foundation", which helps poor and sick children and also young players and coaches in the world.

Goalkeeping training consultant in Thomas Libiih Sports Academy in Cameroon. Goodwill Ambassador in Sierra Leone Youth Football Development Centre in Sierra Leone.

Creator of many events and charities related to children and sport. Collaborator specialist thematic portals involved in football in many countries of the world.

Participant internships training in AIK Stockholm (Sweden), MSK Zilina, Slovan Bratislava (both in Slovakia), Swindon FC, Crystal Palace (both in England), FC Honka (Finland), Panathinaikos Athens and Olympiakos Piraeus (both in Greece), Chievo Verona, US Sassuolo (both in Italy), Red Bull Salzburg (Austria), TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, Hannover 96, Bayer Leverkusen, Hertha Berlin (all in Germany), Sporting Lisboa, FC Porto, Benfica Lisboa, Maritimo Funchal (all in Portugal), SK Lierse (Belgium), Real Sociedad San Sebastian, Deportivo de la Coruna, Villarreal CF (all in Spain), Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia), Apollon Limassol (Cyprus), Valerenga Oslo (Norway), Twente Enschede, Ajax Amsterdam, FC Utrecht (all in Netherland).

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