Former York City loan goalkeeper Artur Krysiak has been released by League Two rivals Exeter City.
|“I believe that he can go on to play at a very high level” – Paul Tisdale|
The 24-year-old Polish-born shot-stopper made 142 appearances for the Grecians since joining them on a free transfer from Birmingham City in May 2010.
“Artur has been absolutely impeccable in his professionalism throughout his time with the club and he has had nothing but commitment to improving himself and the team,” manager Paul Tisdale told BBC Sport. “Of all the goalkeepers that we have had at St James Park during my time with the club, he has the technical and physical attributes to potentially go furthest in the game, and I believe that he can go on to play at a very high level.”
Krysiak managed only a couple of appearances for the Minstermen in August 2008 until injury prematurely ended his stay. He also had loans with Gretna, Swansea City, Motherwell and Burton Albion.
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