The San Antonio Scorpions have signed Polish Striker, Tomasz Zahorski pending international clearance, for the rest of the 2013 NASL season, Head Coach Tim Hankinson announced on Tuesday.
Zahorski, who was recently on trial with the Scorpions, was born in Barczewo, Poland where he made his professional debut with Pisa Barczewo in 2004. From 2007-2011, Zahorski made 95 appearances with Gornik Zabrze of the Ekstraklasa (Polish First Division), scoring 23 goals in the process. From 2012 to early 2013, he had stints with German club, MSV Duisburg, as well as with Jagiellonia Bialystok.
"Tomasz brings great experience to our core of goal scorers," said Hankinson. "With his height of 6'3, and being a very active player on the pitch, the Polish international should be a great addition for us."
The 28-year-old has been capped at the full international level with Poland 13 times, making his debut with the side in 2007. In February of 2008, he scored his first ever international goal in a 2-0 win over Estonia in an international friendly.
While on trial with the Scorpions, Zahorski made an appearance in the friendly against Dorados de Sinaloa, playing 45 minutes and registering two shots with one on target. The signing of Zahorski brings the Scorpions roster to 22, following the acquisition of Spanish striker, Borja Rubiato, last week.