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Krzysztof Maczynski Swaps China for Wisla Krakow Move

Krzysztof Maczynski has returned to the Ekstraklasa to play for former club Wisla Krakow / Sebastian Borowski / newspix.pl
Krzysztof Maczynski Swaps China for Wisla Krakow Move

KRAKOW, Poland. July 8 (PSN) – Krzysztof Maczynski has become the fourth upgrade to the Wisla Krakow roster this transfer window.

The Polish international penned a 3-year-contract with the Wawel club.

Originally a pupil of the Wisla Krakow youth program, Maczynski never was able to break into the first team during his time at the club.

The midfielder would later go on to make a name for himself playing for Gornik Zabrze in the Ekstraklasa in Poland, and then later for Guizhou Renhe FC in the CSL of China.

Wisla obtained the 28-year-old on free transfer.

Maczynski is the fourth addition to Wisla this summer. Earlier the “White Star” signed Tomasz Cywka, Denis Popovic and Rafeal Crivellaro.

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