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TWO MORE YEARS OF MAGIC

World No.4 Maciej Janowski has extended his stay at boyhood club Wroclaw for another two years.

09 / 11 / 2017, 16:06

World No.4 Maciej Janowski has extended his stay at boyhood club Wroclaw for another two years.

Magic agreed fresh terms at the Olympic Stadium and will reportedly pen the deal once the current Ekstraliga contract dispute is resolved.

Janowski inspired the club to the Ekstraliga play-off final this year, with Leszno pipping them to the gold medal.

But Wroclaw will be keen to go one better, with double world champion Tai Woffinden also staying on board.

Janowski’s Wroclaw deal comes after he also agreed fresh terms with Swedish Elitserien side Dackarna.

 

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