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16:15 04-April-2017

Courted goalkeeper stays in Poland

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The Polish club Gwardia Opole retains the courted Polish national goalkeeper Adam Malcher.

The Polish Superliga club Gwardia Opole has managed to keep their courted Polish national goalkeeper Adam Malcher for the next two years.

The club furthermore confirms that several clubs from abroad were interested in the 30-year-old Polish national player after he delivered several good performances during the World Championship in France in January - particularly in the opening match against the silver medalist Norway, where he had a save percentage at 44.

Adam Malcher started his career in his current club, but played with the rivals MKS Zagłębie Lubin from 2005 to 2013 before he returned. He has played 31 caps for Poland and won a bronzemedal at the World Championship in 2009 in Croatia.

Besides Adam Malcher Gwardia Opole has also extended the contract with the 29-year-old Polish line player Mateusz Jankowski to the summer of 2020.

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