Unsurprisingly, Freddy Adu Has Decided Against Joining The Polish Side That Forgot His Name And Branded Him ‘An Old Vacuum Cleaner’

Chris Wright

2nd, August 2017

Photo: @SandecjaNS/Twitter

Quite wisely, Freddy Adu has decided against joining Sandecja Nowy Sacz after receiving a less-than-affectionate welcome from the Polish side – their manager, specifically.

After hearing his team were taking Adu on trial, Sandecja boss Radosław Mroczkowski began by getting Adu’s name wrong before vehemently stating that he didn’t want to work with the former MLS starlet and that the 28-year-old wouldn’t be allowed to train with the first team.

Mroczkowski then criticised the Sandecja management for failing to build a squad properly, calling Adu an “old vacuum cleaner” in the process.

Unsurprisingly, this all seems to have put our Freddy off signing for the Poles, which he made clear in a long chain of Tweets emitted last night…

Such is the reality of life for the thousands of transitory players plugging away at the far end of the football food chain.

As we said before, we hope Adu gets a decent break somewhere sooner rather than later. He’s overdue.