Cefn Druids announced their third piece of Deadline Day business as they unveiled Arek Piskorski as a new addition to the squad following a successful pre-season trial with the club.
Druids have already sent defender Ben Burrows and goalkeeper Joel Thompson out on loan to local Cymru Alliance sides Gresford Athletic and Cefn Druids and have now announced the signing of Polish Midfielder Piskorski who previously played for Flint Town United in the Cymru Alliance.
Piskorski impressed the fans and coaches in a number of pre season games he played with the club and possesses an exciting style which can cause trouble for some of the Welsh Premier League’s (WPL) top defences.
His skill level is not well known however as he has only played a handful of games in Wales since making the transition from the lower tiers of Polish football, but he has good pace and often enjoys playing out wide and creating chances.
The WPL will be the highest standard of Football Piskorski will have faced thus far in his career and the coaching team will have faith in him to put on a strong display every week.
On the other hand, being with Druids throughout pre season means the team will be happy to have Piskorski playing along side them and he was part of the Druids team which faced Wrexham in pre- season and drew a good sized crowd meaning he will be well adjusted to his surroundings right from the start of his game time.
The Wrexham-based side also welcomed Alec Mudimu to the Rock, having played for sides like Northwhich and Staylsbridge Celtic. The 22 year-old Zimbabwean can operate as a central-defender and as a central midfielder.