Polish star joins Forest on loan

23 July 2009 08:00
Nottingham Forest have completed the year-long loan signing of Polish midfielder Radoslaw Majewski. The 22-year-old scored after just 93 seconds in Forest's 1-1 draw with Rushden & Diamonds on Wednesday night. Majewski, who was linked with a move to Blackburn and West Brom last season, is a full Polish international. The Reds took part in two friendlies on Wednesday, also beating Rotherham United 1-0 thanks to a goal by striker Robert Earnshaw. He's a player we've been watching for a long time Forest manager Billy Davies on Radoslaw Majewski Majewski has been capped five times by his country and is regarded as one of Poland's brightest talents. "We're delighted to have Raddy on board," Forest manager Billy Davies said. "He's a player we've been watching for a long time and a player that has produced several good performances at international level." Six more of of Forest's new signings played at Rushden, Dexter Blackstock, Lee Camp, Chris Gunter Joel Lynch, David McGoldrick and Paul McKenna. While Dele Adebola and Paul Anderson were involved in the action at Rotherham.

Source: BBC_Sport