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UPDATED 12:00 1st August 2013

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Polish stopper Artur Krysiak joined Exeter City on a free transfer in May 2010 when his Birmingham City contract expired. 

He originally joined the Blues from his hometown club UKS SMS Łódź in 2006.  He spent a number of short-term loan spells away from St Andrew’s, including with Gretna, York City, Swansea City and Motherwell.

Krysiak rose to prominence during a loan stint with Burton Albion during the 2009/10 season, in which he played 38 times in League 2.

He then linked up with the Grecians after leaving the Blues and featured 14 times for City during his maiden season, whilst wrestling with Paul Jones for the starting berth.  When Jones departed for Peterborough at the end of the 2010/11 season, Krysiak quickly established himself as the first-choice between the sticks.

Artur featured 42 times for City in 2011/12 and 45 times in 2012/13 – and picked up no less than four awards at the End of Season Awards ceremony for his consistent displays.