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17:57 02-March-2017

Sobol leaves Azoty Pulawy

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Photo: kspr-azoty-pulawy.pl

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The experienced Czech right wing Jan Sobol leaves Azoty Pulawy after this season.

The 32-year-old experienced Czech national player Jan Sobol leaves his Polish club Azoty Pulawy after this season. 

Jan Sobol, who has played in clubs as Montpellier HB (France), Tatran Presov (Slovakia) and RK Vardar (Macedonia), states to the Polish website Sportowefakty.wp.pl that he is ready for new tasks:

"I want to try something new. It is my last chance in my career to check out a different place." He furthermore confirms, that he will not return to his homeland Czech Republic yet and he will not stay in Poland.

Sobol came to Azoty Pulawy from the Slovakian champions Tatran Presov in 2013. Since then, he has been almost 4 years in the club and has played 141 matches and scored 539 goals. For the Czech national team he has played 101 caps and scored 274 goals.

Azoty Pulawy has already found the successor of Jan Sobol. The club has signed a 3-year contract with the Polish right wing Mateusz Seroka (read more here).

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