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LIONS LAND LINDGREN

Swedish star Freddie Lindgren is on his way to Czestochowa in the 2018 Polish Ekstraliga as compatriot Andreas Jonsson heads to Lublin.

14 / 11 / 2017, 10:31

Swedish star Freddie Lindgren is on his way to Czestochowa in the 2018 Polish Ekstraliga as compatriot Andreas Jonsson heads to Lublin.

The Orebro-born racer has completed a deal after leaving relegated Rybnik and strengthens an increasingly promising Lions side, which also features the likes of Slovenian racer Matej Zagar, Leon Madsen, Adrian Miedzinski, Tobiasz Musielak and Andrei Kudriashov.

With five foreign riders already in the squad, former world No.2 Jonsson has opted against staying on board as he faced the prospect of being sidelined. He has joined Lublin in the First Division.

 

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