PLOCK, Poland. Jan 26 (PSN) – KKS Lech Poznan goalkeeper Gerard Bieszczad has been be loaned to Wisla Plock – reports Gazeta Wyborcza.
The goalkeeper will seek first team football at Wisla.
In the second division the keeper will spend until to next spring. Wisla Plock’s current boss is also the former coach of Lech Poznan, Jaroslaw Araszkiewicz.
The 17-year-old, a trainee of Igloopolu Debica has agreed to the loan in order to collect first team football playing time.
Despite having an option to play in the Mloda Ekstraklasa for Lech, Bieszczad received an option for a loan move from Plock, which he took with no regret.
Bieszczad joined Lech in the summer of 2009. In the spring round he did not have any chance to play on the first team of the Polish champions.
Lech’s current first-team has Jasmine Buric competing with Krzysztof Kotorowski. Meanwhile, Grzegorz Kasprzik is number three at the club.
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