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Ajax Amsterdam after the pole.  Jan Fabersky signs the contract for PiNon

Ajax Amsterdam after the pole. Jan Fabersky signs the contract for PiNon

Jagiellonia Bialystok It was announced on Wednesday that it was splitting from Jan Faberski, the 16-year-old who played as a midfielder. The young player will take another very important step in his career. Because he joined Ajax AmsterdamBiggest club Holland, which has been known for years for its excellent youth coaching. He signed a contract that will be valid for the next three years. For now, he will be joining the U-17 team.

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Ajax Amsterdam reaches the talented pole. Jan Faberski will join Team U-17

to a team of Ekstraklasa Faberski delivered in February 2020. Young Footballer He performed regularly in the U-17 and U-18 teams. He also trained with the first team. He took part, among other things, in the Jagiellonia winter training camp in Belek. Then the coach invited him to the training camp Peter Nowak. However, the adolescent did not appear for the first time among the elderly.

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Last season, Jan Fabersky scored ten goals matches in the middle league Juniors, as the Jagiellonia U-19 team competes. Footballer In November 2021 he made his debut for the Polish national under-16 team. So far he has played four games in it.

Ajax Amsterdam has been closely following Jan Faberski’s development for several years. For the first time, the Dutch scouts took an interest column In 2017, when he successfully appeared in the tournament corps Glass. In the following years, the player consulted with the club’s coaches. Now that it’s a little older, it was possible to finish it Transfer ultimate.

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