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Sydney signing brings promise of goals
It’s always a gamble when signing a young player, but Daniel Wells looked set to become the new No.1 after he scored a brace in the final minutes of the 1-0 win over FC Melbourne last Saturday.
However, that didn’t happen but the 24-year-old is confident he can get better next season and has played more this year than he has all season to prove that.
“My first two weeks in football I wasn’t really good at getting the ball forward or playing around,” Wells told foxsports.com.au.
“And at a time when we had lots of injury co구리출장샵 구리출장마사지ncerns at key positions in the team and my midfield partner Michael Chee-Kam was suffering from a lot of pain on his knee, I was still trying to make things happen and try and get myself back into the team.”
Wells, who was signed by the Sydney FC after just two months with the Red V is confident he can make a big impact next season.
“We’ve got quite a young squad in there so I’m just hoping that I can help the team do some really good things,” said the former Socceroo.
With Wells set to join up with senior teammates Nick Riewoldt and Jack Gunston and also play for the Gold Coast and Brisbane Roar in 2017, it doesn’t seem as if any players under the age of 24 will have any say in his future.
The biggest risk, then, is whether or not he makes the switch back to footy after some recent performances where he has been exceptional.
“I think I’ve been doing pretty well and I think at the end of the day I’ve worked pretty hard at a lot of the same things I’ve done before,” said Wells.
“I haven’t really been doing as well as I thought I would, so I’m quite concerned about my future playing footy.”
Sydney have already bee예스 카지노n linked with new recruits such as B블랙 잭risbane Roar midfielders Kade Best and Adam Taggart for the new season and Wells has given his thoughts on how well they may fit in.
“I’ve been watching a lot of them. I really liked Kade, his attitude and he plays really close to the ball,” said Wells.
“And then he brings two things to the field, and one of those is he’s quick as he plays the ball very close to goal.
“So it gives him the pac