After a great season in eWinner 1. Liga, Tobiasz Musielak could sign a contract at PGE Ekstraliga. – The offers were quite decent – he reveals to polskizuzel.pl. Why did the transfer to the elite fail?
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It was an excellent season for Tobias Musielak. The leader of Cellfast Wilków Krosno in eWinner 1. Liga scored an average of 2.264 points per race, in the ranking of the best speedway riders in the competition, second only to David Belego from Abramczyk Polonii Bydgoszcz (2.292). This next year he will spend in PGE Ekstraliga (in Fogo Unii Leszno), a Pole could also choose a similar direction.
– The offers were quite decent. They were also lucrative, both from the Ekstraliga and the 1st League – says Tobiasz Musielak in an interview with polskizuzel.pl. However, he did not decide to transfer to the best speedway league in the world.
– However, I chose stability, which in the last years of my career was lacking. In Krosno I stepped forward again – explains Musielak, whose transition to Cellfast Wilków Krosno turned out to be a bull’s eye after the start of the games. For the club and the player.
The only thing missing was the icing on the cake in the form of a promotion to PGE Ekstraliga, for which the citizens of Krosno fought in the final eWinner of the 1st League with Arged Malesa Ostrów. This may be possible in 2022. Cellfast Wolves will want to surprise the favorites.
– We got irritated in the final of last season. We have a lot of sporting anger in us, but our goal is to drive slowly to the playoffs first, and then we will see – says Musielak.
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