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Monday, 17 September 2018

Arzani opens Celtic account with screamer


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Socceroos starlet Daniel Arzani has opened his account at Celtic F.C with a peach of a free kick. 

The 19-year-old demonstrated his class as he stepped up to place a curling attempt into the top-right corner in the 33rd minute during Celtic reserve's clash against Aberdeen.

The Aussie headlined the fixture, playing the full 90-minutes and netting the goal of the game in the Hoops' 2-0 victory.

This was Arzani's second appearance for the reserve side since moving to Scotland on loan from Manchester City following the World Cup.

He has yet to break into the first team as coach Brendan Rodgers looks to regulate the youngster's exposure in his transition to top flight football.

“This is a young player who burst onto the scene back home and is regarded as a talent. But he is very new into his life as a professional and has just been with us for three weeks," said Rodgers.

“It’s just time, he’s a talented young player and the idea with a talented young player is to go from a talent to a professional.

“It will be our job to manage the expectation, every young player in Australia hopes they can be the next Harry Kewell.

Arzani confirms Celtic move

“Harry was a special talent but Daniel is a young boy who has talent, over the coming years we will see if he has the commitment to go with the quality he has.”

Arzani was Australia's most promising prospect to come out of the 2018 World Cup.

His exuberance and willingness to run at defenders drew the gaze of a host of European clubs who looked to mould the potential of the Socceroo.

Socceroos starlet Daniel Arzani has opened his account at Celtic F.C with a peach of a free kick. 

The 19-year-old demonstrated his class as he stepped up to place a curling attempt into the top-right corner in the 33rd minute during Celtic reserve's clash against Aberdeen.

The Aussie headlined the fixture, playing the full 90-minutes and netting the goal of the game in the Hoops' 2-0 victory.

This was Arzani's second appearance for the reserve side since moving to Scotland on loan from Manchester City following the World Cup.

He has yet to break into the first team as coach Brendan Rodgers looks to regulate the youngster's exposure in his transition to top flight football.

“This is a young player who burst onto the scene back home and is regarded as a talent. But he is very new into his life as a professional and has just been with us for three weeks," said Rodgers.

“It’s just time, he’s a talented young player and the idea with a talented young player is to go from a talent to a professional.

“It will be our job to manage the expectation, every young player in Australia hopes they can be the next Harry Kewell.

Arzani confirms Celtic move

“Harry was a special talent but Daniel is a young boy who has talent, over the coming years we will see if he has the commitment to go with the quality he has.”

Arzani was Australia's most promising prospect to come out of the 2018 World Cup.

His exuberance and willingness to run at defenders drew the gaze of a host of European clubs who looked to mould the potential of the Socceroo.

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