17-year-old Nathan Amanatidis makes A-League debut for Sydney FC


Nathan Amanatidis made his Isuzu UTE A-League debut for Sydney FC on Saturday, December 16.

According to sydneyfc.com, the Sky Blues went down 3-0 to Melbourne Victory after goals from Daniel Arzani, Zinedine Machach and Bruno Fornaroli sealed the win for the Victorians.

Sydney FC struggled to contain the Victory attack in the immediate aftermath of the opening goal.

Back when Amanatidis had signed with Sydney FC.
Back when Amanatidis had signed with Sydney FC.

The loss will help the highly rated 17-year-old Amanatidis look to dominate in the next game, building further rapport and strategy with his team mates in the meantime.

Sydney FC will next look to their ‘Christmas Cracker’ game against Western United on December 23.

Source: sydneyfc.com




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