A midfielder who has enjoyed multiple cup success in Poland has joined Western Sydney Wanderers for the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season.
The Wanderers confirmed the signing of Polish playmaker Radoslaw Majewski on a one-year deal on Friday.
The 32-year-old, who has won the Polish Cup and Super Cup, joins the Wanderers from the Polish Ekstraklasa outfit Pogon Szczecin where he featured in 37 matches and scored eight goals across all competitions last season.
A natural number 10, Majewski has been part of the Polish national team set-up since 2009, making nine senior international appearances.
“I can’t wait to see Australia and I’ve heard a lot of good things about the Western Sydney Wanderers,” Majewski said on the Wanderers' official website.
“I spoke with the coach (Markus Babbel) and I am very excited about his way of work.
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“I look forward to seeing you all and I can’t wait for this new challenge with the Red & Black.”
This will be the first time in his career that Majewski will play outside of Europe.
Having started his career at Dyskobolia Grodzisk and Polonia Warsaw, Majewski earnt a move to the English Championship where he played for six seasons at Nottingham Forest including a loan spell at Huddersfield Town.
He quickly became a popular figure at Forest, known for his creative passing, tenacity and long-range goals.
Majewski played in more than 160 matches and scored 19 goals for Forest before moving to Huddersfield on loan for a season.
A brief stint in the Greek Superleague followed with FC Veira before Majewski returned home to Polish giants Lech Poznan.
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The talented midfielder made close to 80 appearances and scored 14 goals for Poznan, including two during the club’s UEFA Europa League 2017/18 campaign.
He is the fourth new signing Babbel has made ahead of the new season, joining Daniel Georgievski, Pirmin Schwegler and Daniel Lopar.
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