Tuesday, May 02, 2006

McStay believes in Bjarnason

Celtic’s U-19s manager Willie McStay believes Iceland U-21 international Teddy Bjarnason will be a success at Celtic but may have to go out on loan before making an impact in the Celtic first team.

When talking about the best up and coming youngsters at Celtic Park on the clubs official website, McStay mentioned three names he believes will succeed at the club.

Teddy Bjarnason, Charlie Grant and Simon Ferry all did very well this season and they are three players in particular who are going to leave this group and do well at the club.

“Maybe they will need to go out on loan to gain experience, like Charlie Mulgrew,” added McStay.

“He lifted the Youth Cup last season at Hampden and has excelled this season in the SPL with Dundee United, which has caught the manager’s attention, so there are different ways to do it,” concluded McStay.

Bjarnason will be in action for Iceland U-21s against their Andorra counterparts on Wednesday in a prelimenary match ahead of the 2007 U-21 European Championship.


At 2/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

er einhver sens a tvi ad hann komi sem lansmadur til KR i sumar??

At 2/5/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Held að Kjartan Henry sé líklegri til að verða lánaður til KR en Emmi.

At 2/5/06, Blogger admin said...

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At 2/5/06, Blogger admin said...

Held að Theodór mun verða frábær leikmaður í framtíðinni.


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