Mirko Ivanovski will now go on trial to ŁKS Łódź; photo: arka.gdynia.pl

Mirko Ivanovski to go on trial at ŁKS Łódź

Mirko Ivanovski will now go on trial to ŁKS Łódź; photo: arka.gdynia.plPolish newspaper sport.pl is reporting that Mirko Ivanovski will go on trial to top division club ŁKS Łódź where Ivanovski will look to continue his career.

Mirko Ivanovski recently returned to Arka Gdynia where he has a valid contract until the summer of 2012 but the manager demoted Ivanovski to the reserves.  Ivanovski was given permission to seek a new club in the winter transfer window but could not find a team so he returned to Arka.  The club’s manager then spoke to Ivanovski and told Mirko that his attitude will determine whether he returns to the first team of the Polish second division side.  Arka recently left for Turkey where they are continuing their winter preparations but Mirko was left in Poland to train with the reserve team.

Ivanovski was not happy with that move and has now decided to go on trial with ŁKS Łódź, a struggling club from the Polish top division.  After 18 rounds, ŁKS Łódź is second from bottom on the table, out of 16 teams, and has only scored 12 goals in those games while also having the worst goal difference of -24.  The league in Poland’s top division resumed this weekend and ŁKS Łódź opened the second half with a 0:2 home loss against Polonia Warszawa and Aleksandar Todorovski.

Speaking about the arrival of Ivanovski on trial, ŁKS Łódź manager and former Polish international Piotr Świerczewski said, “Mirko has a very feisty character and we need those kinds of players.  His potential signing would increase the competition among the strikers on the squad.”

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