WODZISLAW, Poland. May 19 (PS) — Odra Wodzislaw after falling from the Polish Ekstraklasa will lose some of their players.
The club signed plenty of players to fight against relegation, but ultimately failed to do so – ending the Ekstraklasa season in 15th place with 27 points.
Some – like Marcin Dymkowski – their contract with the club will automatically terminate if Odra is relegated to the 1. Liga.
“We tried our very best to try and stay in the Ekstraklasa. Unfortunately, it was not meant to be. But this does not mean I like other players must follow Odra to the lower league. We have other plans in mind.” Dymkowski explains.
In addition to the ranks of Dymkowski leaving Odra, so will players such as Mauro Cantoro, Brasilia, Arkadiusz Onyszko, Piotr Piechniak and Robert Klos.
Uncertain is the future of Daniel Bueno. The Brazilian is seriously interested by Slask Wroclaw.
Meanwhile, Dymkowski has offers from Zaglebie Lubin and Gornik Zabrze. It will not be easy for Odra now after the departure of so many players.
Other players expected to find a new home in the Ekstraklasa are both Mauro Cantoro and Arkadiusz Onyszko, with the goalkeeper already rumored to be joining Wisla Krakow this summer.
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