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08:41 13-September-2016

Jaszka makes surprising comeback!

Categories: Eastern Europe
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Photo: fuechse.berlin

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The former Polish national player, Bartłomiej Jaszka, makes comeback after a serious shoulder injury.

Jaszka retired from handball last season after long shoulder injury. He was otherwise become a legend in his German club Füchse Berlin, where he was the captain.

But now the clever Polish playmaker makes comeback for the Polish club from the second best Polish League, MKS Kalisz.

The 33-year-old playmaker, who has played 152 caps and scored 265 goals for Poland, already showed some of his talent in his first game of MKS Kalisz. He scored 4 goals.

Fact box:
Name: Bartłomiej Jaszka
Date of birth: 16.06.1983
Nationality: Polish
Position: Playmaker
Height: 185 cm
Caps: 152 (265 goals)
Clubs:
-2003: KPR Ostrovia Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland
2003–2007: MKS Zagłębie Lubin, Poland
2007–2016: Füchse Berlin, Germany
2016-?: MKS Kalisz, Poland

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