Arzani must show patience like Rogic to become a success at Celtic
Daniel Arzani provided a reminder of his talent during the international break and will hope that the message filtered through to Brendan Rodgers.
The Australian’s lack of opportunities at Celtic have been bizarre after his summer loan arrival; even moreso in light of the fact that he can return to Manchester City at the end of November if he still hasn’t made an appearance.
But if he wants to last the pace at Parkhead, he could do worse than follow the patient example set by his international team-mate, Tom Rogic.
That is the view of former Rangers man Craig Moore. He said to World Game: “We’ve been excited by what we’ve seen in his breakthrough season at Melbourne City; the minutes he had at the World Cup.
“I had a lot of time to develop at Rangers and a lot of reserve matches before I even broke into the first team. Then you look at Tommy Rogic and the same type of things were said early doors about him during his time at Celtic. He’s done really well there and Celtic have a very good player on their hands.”
Obviously Arzani’s situation is different because of the temporary nature of his contract, but there is an argument that sitting tight is his best course of action. He has a man in the dressing room who has been in his position and come through it.
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