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Massive transfer for Wiler-Ersigen: Joonas Pylsy signed for two years

The season is far from over, but the Swiss Wiler-Ersigen has already started building on next year’s team.

Yesterday, the Swiss record champions announced the transfer of Joonas Pylsy. The 29-year-old is one of the key players of Classic (Finland) and national team player of Finland.

During the last World Floorball Championships, Pylsy became world champion with Finland. The center even made it to the All-Star Team of the tournament.

In the Finnish competition, Pylsy’s Classic is doing a fantastic job too. Out of 23 competition games player, Classic won 22. The runner-up in the league, TPS, is fourteen points behind. Classic recently won the Champions Cup after beating the Swedish champions Storvreta with big numbers: 3-10.

Pylsy signed a contract for two years at the 11-times national champions Wiler-Ersigen. The club is currently the runner-up in the Swiss NLA with 42 points, seven less than leader GC Zürich.

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