Former Yeovil Town goalkeeper Artur Krysiak has moved to Norway for the next stage of his professional career. After heading back to Poland over the summer, and holding talks and trialing with a couple of clubs in his home country, he has decided to sign for Norwegian club FK Bodo, commonly known as Glimt in their home country.
Artur has signed an agreement with his new club that will keep him there until 2019. He joins a side that won the Norwegian First Division in 2017, and are now playing in the Eliteserien - Norway's top flight division. He reveals that he has been out there since the start of August, training with the club:
"I'm very excited. I have been training with the team for the last ten days and had good contact with the players and especially the coaches. It is important for me to have a good relationship with the coaches. We have the same style and the same ideas. I am very pleased to have signed with Bodo. When you get into the dressing room and the boys talk to you, you are open and attentive, so you know it's a good gang. In Bodo, the team will have ball possession and play. They are very good and I look forward to doing my very best for the club. I'm sure I can share both ideas and experiences with the team."
The expectation is that Krysiak's wife and eight-month-old daughter will be moving out to Norway with him, in due course.
Link: Artur Krysiak : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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