Daniel Arzani

Soccer Player

Daniel Arzani was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on January 4th, 1999 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 25, Daniel Arzani biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 4, 1999
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
25 years old
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Association Football Player
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Daniel Arzani Life

Daniel Arzani (born 4 January 1999) is a professional footballer who plays for Celtic as an attacking midfielder and winger on loan from Manchester City and the Australian national team.


Daniel Arzani Career

Club career

In 2016, Daniel Arzani was part of Sydney FC's youth team.

In 2016, Arzani began playing for Melbourne City. Arzani scored a goal for Melbourne City Youth in the Grand Final on January 28th, 2017, winning the 2016–17 A-League National Youth League.

Arzani was brought on as a replacement with the senior team and provided two assists in a 2–1 victory over Wellington Phoenix FC on January 6, 2018. In his first senior debut against Perth Glory FC on January 9, he had two more assists. Arzani scored his first A-League goal against Newcastle Jets FC on January 25, 2018. Arzani led his squad to the most resuccescent dribbles with 31 players after only four starts from his club's 18 league games. For his January appearances, he received the A-League Player of the Month award. With 89, Arzani led the league in scoring dribbles, earning the most assists out of all under-23 players in the competition, and was nominated for the A-League Young Footballer of the Year award in April. It was announced that he had been selected at the end of the season. He was later named in the A-League Team of the Season. In July 2018, Arzani received the Harry Kewell Medal for the best Australian male under the age of 23.

Arzani went from Melbourne City to Manchester City of the City Football Group, with his new club announcing that they would loan him to another party.

On August 17, 2018, Arzani was loaned to Scottish champions Celtic on a two-year loan agreement. Arzani kicked Aberdeen from the Celtic Academy on September 17, 2018. In a Scottish Premiership match against Dundee on October 31, 2019, Brendan Rodgers made his first team debut. On his debut, he tore his ACL, effectively ending his time in the Celtic season and the remainder of the season, as well as the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship. Arzani recovered from injury in a Celtic reserves match against Hibernian on September 17, 2019. In a Scottish Cup match against Partick Thistle, he made his return to the Celtic first team under new manager Neil Lenny on January 18, 2020. Arzani scored his final goal for Celtic in a reserves match against England Championship side Middlesbrough on February 11, 2020.

Arzani joined Dutch Emigvie's FC Utrecht on loan in August 2020, ahead of their 2020-2021 season. On August 8, 2020, he made his club debut against the Go Ahead Eagles in a friendly match. In his first friendly match against AFC Ajax at the Johan Cruyff Arena on August 13, 2020, he made his Evolv-Venlo debut in the club's first match against AFC Ajax. During his next match against RKC Waalwijk, he had his first assist in the Economie from a corner on September 27, 2020. Arzani made his Jong Utrecht debut against Jong Ajax on October 19th and then against FC Dordrecht on October 27th, 2020, with an assist from Sander van de Streek. In a league match against Almere City FC, Arzani scored his first goal for Jong Utrecht on December 4, 2020.

Arzani joined AGF in the Danish Superliga on loan from January 26th 2021, 2021. On his debut in a friendly match against AC Horsens on February 3201, he scored a goal on his first match against Lyngby on February 20, 2021, 2021. In the following match against B.93 Copenhagen on February 10, he made his Danish Cup debut in the following match. Arzani made two appearances for the reserve team in his first month, scoring in both matches. In a European play-off match against AaB on May 28, 2021, he made his team's first appearance of the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League, helping his team advance to the qualification rounds.

Arzani played for City Football Group-owned Lommel SK in Belgium's second division on loan on August 19, scoring a goal on his club debut in a friendly match against RKC Waalwijk on August 2021. During the 2021–22 season, he made his competitive debut for the club against Mouscron in a league match on August 21. On December 11, 2021, Arzani scored his first league goal for the club against Mouscron at the Stade Le Canonnier.

Arzani joined Macarthur FC in 2022, ahead of the 2022-2023 A-League Men season. In an Australia Cup match against the Magpies Crusaders on July 30, 2022, he made his club debut on July 3022, scoring a goal and giving two assists. Arzani scored two goals and won a penalty against Oakleigh Cannons FC in the semi-final on September 14, 2022, helping his team reach their first-ever final. Arzani was a pioneer in club history by winning the 2022 Australia Cup Final on October 1st. In Campbelltown Stadium's home opener on October 16, 2022, Arzani scored his first league goal for the club and aided in the club's home opener.

International career

Arzani has competed for Australia's under-17, under-20, and under-23 teams, and was selected to the Australian AFC U-16 Championship and 2015 FIFA World Cup squads. Arzani was eligible to represent both Iran and Australia on the international stage due to his Iranian roots. Arzani said in February 2018 that he was leaning more toward Australia than Iran.

In October 2019, Arzani returned to the under-23 team for Australia's Olympic qualifying efforts ahead of the 2020 AFC U-23 Championships. Arzani will miss the tournament due to his ongoing recovery process, according to boss Graham Arnold, who also announced that if Australia qualifiers, he might be called to the Olympic team.

Arzani scored his first goal for the under-23 team on June 20, 2021, winning a brace against Mexico in a friendly match against Mexico during Olympic training in Marbella. Arzani was named in the Olyroos Olympic team on June 28, 2021. In a 2–0 victory over Argentina at the Sapporo Dome on July 22, 2021, he made his Olympic debut in 2021, starting the game and playing 79 minutes. Arzani appeared in all three group stage matches against Argentina, Spain, and Egypt.

On May 7, 2018, Arzani was selected into Australia's preliminary squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup at the age of 19. In a friendly match against the Czech Republic on June 1, 2018, he made his international debut for Australia as an 84th-minute replacement for Mathew Leckie. The following day, Bert van Marwijk's final 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup became the youngest Australian player to play in a World Cup squad as well as the youngest player overall at the 2018 World Cup. Arzani scored his first international goal for Australia one minute after being told off in the next friendly match against Hungary on June 9, 2018. He made his World Cup debut against France on June 16th, 2018 as an 84th minute substitute. He made his first appearance for Australia at 19 years and 163 days. In all three World Cup matches against France, Denmark, and Peru, Arzani was used as a substitute.

Arzani was called into the Australia squad for the third round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in August 2021.


Mariners fans flood the pitch to celebrate stunning fairytale treble with win over Melbourne Victory in A-League grand final

www.dailymail.co.uk, May 25, 2024
Unheralded striker Ryan Edmondson has written himself into A-League Men folklore after his late double clinched an A-League Men championship for treble-winning Central Coast Mariners with a 3-1 extra-time triumph over Melbourne Victory. Edmondson's prolific finishing brought the Mariners back from the dead at Industree Group Stadium on Saturday as Victory looked nailed on to win the title. A well-taken strike from Jason Geria had put Tony Popovic's side ahead in front of a 21,379-strong crowd in Gosford.

Daniel Arzani, the socceroos, is proven wrong by his heroic appearance after Melbourne Victory's brutal takedown

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 20, 2024
Popovic made the strange decision to denigrate Soceroos wonderkid Arzani's appearance against Melbourne City over the weekend, rebutting the suggestion that the youngster had a good game. 'I would have mentioned a number of other players apart from Daniel Arzani from that appearance,' he said. 'A lot of players,' the narrator said.'

Following the Melbourne derby, Victory coach Tony Popovic's SAVAGE takedown of former Socceroo former Socceroo: "I would have mentioned a number of other players."

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 20, 2024
Following a 0-0 draw against Melbourne City, Melbourne Victory coach Tony Popovic endured an uncomfortable encounter with a journalist who inquired about former Socceroo Daniel Arzani. Victory fired 17 shots (six on target) to City's six (three) at AAMI Park, with Bruno Fornaroli (hand) in the stands. When asked whether his team was unlucky not to win on Saturday night, Popovic was none-too-pleased.