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VETLANDA KEEP EMIL

European champion Emil Sayfutdinov has signed a fresh deal with Swedish Elitserien champions Vetlanda for 2015.

31 / 10 / 2014, 12:11

European champion Emil Sayfutdinov has signed a fresh deal with Swedish Elitserien champions Vetlanda for 2015.

The former world No.3 played a key role in the club regaining its crown this year and he joins SGP trio Tai Woffinden, Jaroslaw Hampel and Tomas H Jonasson in a power-packed line-up.

Sayfutdinov, who is reported to have held talks with Rospiggarna as well, is joined in agreeing terms by Swedish racer Magnus Karlsson as Vetlanda look set to start as title favourites.

Elsewhere, Polish rider Grzegorz Walasek has been heavily linked with Rospiggarna, who are also said to be chasing Maciej Janowski.

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