Norbert agrees to Panthers switch

POLISH charger Norbert Kosciuch has agreed personal terms to join Peterborough.

POLISH charger Norbert Kosciuch has agreed personal terms to join Peterborough.

The Panthers’ have snapped up the Poznan star as a replacement for Kamil Brzozowski and have included him in a revised line-up.

As long as there are no last minute hitches he will make his debut at the East of England Showground against Belle Vue on Friday night.

Kosciuch is averaging close on eight and a half points a match in the Polish First League and is in action this afternoon (Sunday) at Gdansk.

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He is currently in the First League Top 10 rankings, ahead of the likes of Grand Prix regular Magnus Zetterstr�m, Davey Watt, Robert Miskowiak and new teammates Krzysztof Buczkowski and Rory Schlein.

He is PSZ Lechma’s top points scorer so far with 55 points from five matches and has scored double figures in six of his eight league matches in Poland and Sweden, where he’s racing for All-Svenskan League �rnarna.

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He made his racing debut for hometown club Leszno in June, 2001, a month after his 17th birthday and spent six seasons with Unia before moving to Poznan.

He was runner-up in the 2002 Bronze Helmet but his progress was halted shortly afterwards when he was involved in a freak crash.

He was forced onto the centre green at Pila and hit a tractor, suffering a split pelvis. He had a further a setback in 2004 when he was out with a badly broken leg but has had an injury-free run since that injury.

In 2008 – his second season with Poznan – he was ninth in the Polish Golden Helmet at Wroclaw, finishing ahead of Grzegorz Walasek, Piotr Protasiewicz and Grzegorz Zengota.

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