September 22, 2021

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Motorway: Piotr Protasiewicz will continue to drive to Falubaz Zielona Góra

Motorway: Piotr Protasiewicz will continue to drive to Falubaz Zielona Góra

“Piotr Protasiewicz stays with us! Zielona Góra captain has agreed terms of cooperation for the 2022 season. Next year, in the colors of Stelmet Falubazu Zielona Góra, PePe will fight for a return to PGE Ekstraliga. For Piotr Protasiewicz it will be the start of Zielona Góra 20 years. He represented White and green continuously since 2006 ”- I read on the official website of the club from Zielona Góra.

– After what happened in the 2021 season, as captain, I couldn’t imagine any other solution than to start in Zielona Gora. I want to help our team quickly return to the First Division. I know we have disappointed our fans. Today I have nothing to do but apologize, and because words must always be followed by actions, contract extension is the best solution. Zielona Góra’s place is located in Ekstraliga. We will do our best to get back to him quickly,” Piotr Protasiewicz told

– It’s a symbolic moment. The captain of the team does not leave her at such a difficult moment. I’m glad Piotr Protasiewicz stayed with us. It is a high class competitor. This was confirmed by our conversations on Monday, the day after our retreat. We quickly came to an agreement. We have set the target for next season, and Piotr has promised that he will do everything in his power to help implement it – Wojciech Domagaja, club president in Zielona Gora, told the club’s media.

– Piotr is a competitor with tremendous experience who knows well almost every Polish track. This will certainly be our big advantage in the 2022 season. As I know Piotr, he will approach the whole thing with ambition and will do everything to make us forget the 2021 season. With him, the value of our team will certainly increase – said coach Piotr Eto’o, who is likely to continue to work at Fallopaz.

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