Asseco Resovia Rzeszów is facing staffing problems. To fill the gap in the middle of the pitch, they decided to acquire a player from Tauron 1. Liga.
Asseco Resovia Rzeszów has already finished competing in the Champions League. Giampaolo Medei’s players took third place, which means they reached the quarterfinals of the CEV Cup. There, fate will bring them together with another Polish team, Aluron CMC Warta Zawiercie. However, the bronze medalist of PlusLiga is struggling with serious personnel problems that may affect their results.
Asseco Resovia Rzeszów reaches for emergency reinforcement from the 1st League
Last week, the Rzeszów team defeated Projekt Warszawa in good style, and a few days later they defeated the famous Trentino 3:2 away. Despite this, they still took third place in the group, and in PlusLiga they are behind the podium. Resovia lost, among others, Jakub Kochanowski, who broke his finger, and recently also Bartłomiej Mordyl. She had to save herself with 17-year-old Miłosz Wróbel, but it is unlikely that the Italian coach would start focusing more on the teenager.
Therefore, the club from the Podkarpackie Voivodeship had to look for reinforcement in other clubs. It was Jakub Lewandowski. The midfielder recently played in the first league Mickiewicz Kluczbork. The player has been performing well recently. Interestingly, on Friday he competed for his (old) club in a match against SMS Spała. Lewandowski scored 16 points, helping to win. Additionally, he received the MVP award of the match.
“We know how much Kuba’s departure will weaken our club, we also know that in life you have to be a good person. The president and coach of our club, Mariusz Łysiak, received a call from the club in Rzeszów and said that he would not block the athlete’s dreams and would allow the transfer,” it was written on Mickiewicz’s official Facebook profile.
Jakub Lewandowski’s career
Born in 1996, Jakub Lewandowski previously represented Warta Zawiercie, as well as TSV Sanok, Olimpia Sulęcin and GKS Katowice.