Cypriot first division club Omonia FC’s bid to strengthen their squad for the 2002/03 season has suffered a blow after the acquisition of Polish international goalkeeper Adam Matysek from RKS Radomsko fell through.
“I stayed in Nicosia, but I did not reach an agreement with the club authorities,” the 34-year-old said. “I can’t explain everything, but I couldn’t agree on some rules which were about to be included in the contract. I regret it has all has collapsed, because it’s a beautiful country and it would be great to play there for two years. But my manager Adam Mandziara is still looking for a club for me.”
Capped 34 times by Poland, Matysek has endured a couple of frustrating seasons after failing to establish himself as Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s first-choice keeper. He was loaned to VfL Wolfsburg before returning to the Polish top flight with Zaglebie Lubin and subsequently Rodmosko – a move which earned him a place in Poland’s 2002 FIFA World Cup squad.
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