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Paluchowski takes loan to Piast Gliwice

Paluchowski takes loan to Piast Gliwice

WARSAW, Poland. Jan 08 — Adrian Paluchowski on Monday will sign a contract with Piast Gliwice and begin training at club.

The 23-year-old striker has been put on loan from Legia Warsaw FC for six months to gain regular first time football, which he lacked at the capital club outfit. Most of the other formalities have already fulfilled by his manager.

“He brought all the necessary documents. Paluchowski has been loaned to us by the end of the year,” said the spokesman for Piast Grzegorz Muzia.

So far, the player has played in a number of the clubs in the Masovia region. He started in Agrykola Warszawa, five years ago he joined Legia, where he then was loaned to Znicz Pruszkow.

In the last year he once again defended the colors of the Legion, where he managed to play in 16 league matches. He scored 5 goals in this season.

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