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Tom Rogic Wiki: Tomas Petar Rogic born 16 December 1992) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Celtic and the Australia national team.
Born in Canberra, Tom Rogic played youth football with Tuggeranong United before playing senior football for ANU FC and Belconnen United. In 2011, Tom Rogic joined Nike Football Academy after winning a global competition. Tom Rogic returned to Australia in 2012 to play for Central Coast Mariners, before moving to Scottish club Celtic in 2013. Tom Rogic has also spent time on loan at Melbourne Victory.
Tom Rogic has forty-two caps for Australia, scoring eight goals. Tom Rogic has also represented Australia in futsal.
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Tom Rogic is of Serbian descent and attended Radford College in Bruce, ACT.
As a junior, Tom Rogic played for Woden Weston and Tuggeranong United. In 2009, he moved to his first senior club, playing with ANU FC in the ACT Premier League. In 2011, Rogic moved to play one season with Belconnen United in the same league. The same year, he was also selected to join the Nike Football Academy after winning The Chance, a competition which he won alongside seven other young footballers amongst 75,000 other hopefuls around the world.
On 9 January 2013, it was reported that Rogic had joined Scottish Premier League champions Celtic at their training camp in Spain. On 16 January 2013, it was reported that terms had been agreed for the transfer of Rogic from Central Coast Mariners to Celtic,
Tom Rogic Celtic Latest News
Celtic are likely to be without Tom Rogic for next Saturday’s Old Firm game against Rangers, manager Brendan Rodgers has conceded.
Rodgers said on Friday he hoped the Football Federation of Australia would “see sense” and allow the midfielder to play at Ibrox before flying to Dubai.
But Australia wants Tom Rogic to meet up with their squad on 27 December, the day after Celtic face Aberdeen.
“My feeling is it won’t be resolved,” Rodgers told BBC Scotland on Saturday.
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