Chennaiyin FC signs Polish midfielder Ariel Borysiuk on a one-year-deal

Ariel Borysiuk has made 350 career appearance’s in his 14 year football career and now will play for Chennaiyin FC in the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-2021.


Chennaiyin FC has announced the signing of the Polish midfielder Ariel Borysuik on a one-year deal ahead of the upcoming season of the Indian Super League (ISL) of the year 2021-2022.

Borysiuk having a huge 350 appearances and 14 years of professional football career will also join Marina Machans following two years at Polish outfit Jagiellonia Bialy. In the year 2011-12 he was playing for FC Kaiserslautern and had made 12 appearance’s in total.

The experience and the excellence of Ariel Borysiuk will prove to be and provide a big boost for Chennaiyin FC as they try hard to look forward to winning the ISL (Indian Super League) this year. He also provided additional depth alongside Rafael Crivellaro, who has announced that he has extended his contract with Chennaiyin FC.

Chennaiyin Football Club head coach Bozidar Bandovic also proudly announced and said “There’s not much to say about Ariel Borysiuk. He has operated at such a high level for all his career. It a great signing.” as per the reports of the official Chennaiyin FC Twitter account.

Borysiuk began his professional career with Legia Warszawa’s career as a reserve substitute in the year 2007-2008. At the end of 16 years and 265 days, he has become the youngest player of the club to score a goal against Odra Wodzislaw in his fifth league game. He has represented Poland at the junior level, from U-17 to U-21, before earning a senior team debut in 2010. He has made 12 international appearances for Poland so far.

During his one-year stint in Moldova, Borysiuk also helped FC Sheriff Tiraspol lift the league titles in the year 2018-2019. The defensive Polish midfielder had also played in England as well as Russia.

Source Times of India Twitter
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