One such competitor is Brayden McGuinness, who has spent the past three years in Polonia Bydgoszcz, where he hasn’t had many opportunities to ride. The Australian had been hoping next season would be a breakthrough for him which is why he was counting on the possibility of combining his second-league starts with regular performances at U24 Ekstriga. In the end, everything indicates that nothing will be taken out of the plans.

Not only did the player not have a contract in Poland, but he also did not have the opportunity to talk about the whole situation with the authorities of Wolfe Wittstock. It is clear that Germany does not want to try to change the decision of the promoters of the second league and may end the highway altogether.

I have to admit, I don’t really know what’s going on. All I know is that the club has trouble getting a license, but when I tried to find out more activists, it bounced off the wall. It’s frustrating, but you have to come to terms with it. It seemed to me that going to the second league would be the best option for me. But I will fight, no matter what happens in the near future – says Brayden McGuinness in an interview with Speedway Stare.

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The Australian is currently awaiting a leadership offer at a Premier League club and has taken a full-time job to support himself. Until now, the player has been making a living in Poland, thanks to the generous help of his grandfather. Now, though, the rider wants to take his career seriously. For this, he has obtained a visa and can travel to the UK at almost any time.