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Bartosz Bialkowski

Goalkeeper

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Biography

Date of birth

06/07/1987

Height

194 cm

Signed

27/01/2020

Country

Poland

Polish international Bartosz Bialkowski signed a season-long loan deal at Millwall for the 2019/20 campaign from Ipswich Town, in late July 2019.

The goalkeeper joins The Lions from Portman Road for the duration of the campaign, and bolsters Neil Harris' goalkeeping options following the earlier summer signing of Frank Fielding.

He spent five years at Portman Road, picking up three successive Player of the Year awards and amassing 178 appearances.

Bartosz's consistent performances for Ipswich earned him his first senior Poland cap in 2018, appearing against Nigeria before being selected for the nation's 23-man squad for the World Cup in Russia.

Standing at 6'4'', the stopper made his professional bow in his homeland before joining Southampton in 2006. After six years at St. Mary's, Bartosz signed for Notts County and made 84 League starts.

His successful spell in East Anglia would follow, with Bartosz then becoming Neil Harris' eighth summer recruit as he puts pen-to-paper for the 2019/20 campaign.

Bialkowski made his move to The Den a permanent one in January 2020, going on to win the Millwall Supporters' Club 2019/20 Player of the Year crown and sharing the Sky Bet Championship Golden Glove - for amassing 16 clean sheets - with Brentford stopper David Raya.

The Pole made his 50th Millwall appearance on the opening day of the 2020/21 campaign in a 0-0 draw with Stoke City.

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