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LIONS MOVE FOR MATEJ

Slovenian star Matej Zagar will spearhead Czestochowa’s Polish Ekstraliga return in 2017.

05 / 11 / 2016, 20:21

Slovenian star Matej Zagar will spearhead Czestochowa’s Polish Ekstraliga return in 2017.

The Ljubljana-born racer has penned a one-year deal with the Lions after being left out of champions Gorzow’s plans.

Zagar joins forces with former world No.4 Rune Holta, Danish international Leon Madsen and Sebastian Ulamek.

There are also rumours triple world champion Nicki Pedersen could be tempted back to the club on loan from Leszno, as he is said to be unlikely to figure in the Bulls’ team plans for 2017 after a lacklustre year.

 

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