ATHENS, Greece. Jan 26 — Greek media today have reported the successful signing of Polish international Marek Saganowski with Atromitos Athens FC. Included in the Athen’s roster is also Pole Marcin Baszczynski.
Saganowski ion Tuesday signed a contract with his new club. The popular ‘Sagan’ since 2007 played in England under Southampton FC. In the last season he was on loan at Danish outfit Aalborg BK.
The Polish striker now has switched from the England League 1 (third division) for the Greek Super League.
Not too long ago he was a primary target for Legia, and was a popular choice to reinforce the team’s poor offensive options. Unfortunately, the Polish capital club was unable to satisfy the player’s high financial demands.
Marek Saganowski is a veteran on both the Polish national team and on the club scene. He started his career with local LKS Lodz, where he spent six seasons.
At an early age he moved to Feyenoord Rotterdam, and later to the German club Hamburger SV. He later continued his career in Poland – with LKS, Wisla Plock (known as Orlen Plock), and finally Legia Warsaw FC.
In 2005 he moved to the Portuguese club Vitoria Guimaraes and then to Troyes AC in France. From there he went to Southampton FC, where he remained until financial trouble shook the club.
Saganowski spent a long career, playing in fields of Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, France, England and Denmark. Now his next stop is Greece.
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