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30th June 2004 23:55


Stags report for duty...
Thursday 1st July sees the Mansfield Town players will be reporting for the usual pre-season weigh in and return to training where they will be subject to the same rigorous training and fitness testing as last season. As Keith Curle has already said publicly the partnership between the club and West Notts College paid dividends last season with our lads finishing their extended season amongst the fittest players in the division this is largely thanks to the personalised training and dietary schedules outlined in the specialised programme ran by West Notts College Ian Freeman.

Joining the stags for a trial period are two youngsters who have been plying their trade in Europe:

Kristian Prumula a Polish born 22 year old Right winger who is described as an attacking midfield player has been playing in the Bundesliga 2nd division (Regionalliga Nord) for Chemnitzer FC where the standard of football is well known to be of a high standard.

Win-Loang Willemin a 21 year old right back who will be jetting in from France where he has been playing at FC Metz in the French Ligue 1.

In the meantime Stags Boss Keith Curle is keeping his sights firmly on his target list approaching players, managers and representatives in preparation for this season's campaign.
Some stats from Svante Bernhard aka Sweden Stag:
Have checked some details and here they are:

Correct name:
Krystian Prymula, born March 17, 1982, nationality: German (surely with Polish connections), was on the books of Chemnitzer FC in 2002-03 as a midfielder, came from Berliner AK 07, (AK stands for Athletik Klub, 07 for the foundation year 1907), last season finishing 13th in the Nord-Ost Oberliga Nord, fourth German level, the one below Regionalliga Nord, where Chemnitzer FC is playing and just about stayed up last season. The Regionalliga is the level below the German second Bundesliga, thus the highest German amateur level.

At the end of the 2001-02 season, Prymula played in the seven final games of Chemnitzer FC, then finishing 7th in the Regionalliga Nord.

Here is the fact file on games played by Krystian Prymula:

April 6, 2002, home to Bayer Leverkusen Amateurs - won 2-1
April 13, 2002, away to Rot-Weiß Essen, lost 2-3, but Prymula scored his first goal for Chemnitz after only four minutes, then 1-0 up
April 20, 2002, home to SC Verl, won 3-1
April 26, 2002, away to 1.FC Magdeburg, a goal-less draw
May 4, 2002, home to VfL Osnabrück, 1-1 draw, substituted after 74 minutes
May 12, 2002, away to VfB Lübeck, lost 1-2, Prymula scored the equalizer in 76th minute, substituted in the 87th minute, a late Lübeck winner secured their auto promo to the 2.Bundesliga as Champions
May 18, 2002, home to KFC Uerdingen (formerly known as Bayer Uerdingen), a 4-4 draw.

Prymula's record at Chemnitzer FC in 2001-02: Seven games, two goals


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