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Artur Krysiak Finds New Club

Former Birmingham City keeper Artur Krysiak has a new club in the shape of league one outfit Yeovil Town.

The 24-year-old Polish goalkeeper came to Blues in 2007 when he was signed from Lodz costing 60,000.

He had loan spells at Gretna, York, Swansea, Motherwell and Burton before moving to Exeter City in 2010, he played 142 times for City but was released by manager Paul Tisdale at the end of last season.

The Glovers had lost the services of Marek Stech and Chris Dunn in the summer and Gary Johnson was looking for two replacements.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 1 2014

Time: 4:17AM

Your Comments

I remember when he was going to be the next big thing
ballache
Wrong place, wrong time, Wish him luck though, nice guy my brother says
mark lowe
Can't see him ever breaking a big no 1 place now
Chrisblues
Had his day and that was not much of a day. Just never was too be
electric banana
 

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