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Artur Krysiak to leave Exeter City

8 May 2014

Stopper departing St James Park this summer

Exeter City can confirm that goalkeeper Artur Krysiak will be leaving St James Park during the close-season.

The Polish stopper has featured 142 times in all competitions for the Grecians since arriving at the club on a free transfer from Birmingham City in 2010.

The release of Krysiak, one of the senior players at Exeter City, comes following the completion of his contract.  At present, there are no plans to bring in another goalkeeper into the club – Christy Pym and James Hamon are currently expected to be vying for the jersey at the start of the 2014/15 season.

Further news on Exeter City’s retain list for the 2014/15 season is due to follow on Thursday afternoon.

Grecians manager Paul Tisdale said: “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.

“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.

“He is still only 24 years old and has already played the best part of 200 Football League games – most of which with us – and we are grateful for his significant input during these past four seasons.

“Artur also deserves an immense amount of credit for the way he has gone out of the way to help Christy Pym in his development during his time too.  Like any senior player should, he has added a great deal of value to his younger colleagues.”

“During these final five games of the season in particular, Artur was hugely supportive of Christy and helped him and the club immeasurably during a crucial time in City’s season, which was a testament to his character and appreciated by all the staff.”

Everyone at Exeter City would like to thank Artur for his contributions over the past four years, and wish him all the very best for the future.

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