London Broncos are delighted to announce the return of former player Olsi Krasniqi for the rest of the 2019 season.
Head Coach Danny Ward has been looking to strengthen the Broncos squad and sees the Albanian born and Feltham raised Prop as someone who can bring something extra to the side.
Krasniqi, who came through the London Broncos Academy system, made 92 appearances for London Broncos between 2010 and 2014 before firstly moving to Salford Red Devils, onto Toronto Wolfpack and most recently on loan at Bradford Bulls.
Danny Ward said, “It is great to have Olsi back at the club and we are looking forward to working with him. He is one of our own, a London lad who came through our system and he brings with him a lot of Super League experience. I played alongside him in his first stint with the Broncos so am well aware of the qualities he can add to the group.”
Krasniqi told us, “I am so glad that I have the chance to be back at the club where it all began for me. Its great to see some old faces here too as I have some very fond memories and hope I can add a few more. I’ve kept an eye on the club, watched from afar and seen how London have adapted. The club is clearly going in the right direction and I am happy I can now be a part of that.”
London Broncos next face Wakefield Trinity on May 18th where some of the 1994 Crusaders and 1999 Broncos will be in attendance.