Midfielder Ramy Najjarine
- Height 176cm
- Weight 71kg
- D.O.B. 23/4/00
In July 2017, Ramy Najjarine joined Melbourne City FC on a three-year deal. The talented youngster is an attacking midfielder, who plays with an exquisite skill set making him one of the up and coming prospects in the youth ranks.
A product of the Football NSW institute program, Najjarine has previously represented the Joeys at international level and joined Melbourne City from Western Sydney Wanderers.
The left-footer had a breakout season in 2018/19, making 13 appearances in the Hyundai A-League, which included scoring his first senior goal. If the conclusion of the 2018/19 season is anything to go by, Najjarine is set for an exciting 2019/20 season under Head Coach Erick Mombaerts.
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The Olyroos had their first outing since January on Thursday night, going down 0-3 to Sydney FC who scored all of its goals in the first 18 minutes. Five City names appeared for the Olyroos, including goalkeeper Tom Glover who said there were positives to take out of the game,
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International City: Najjarine nets in Young Socceroos qualifier
City youngster Ramy Najjarine found the back of the net in the Young Socceroos' 3-0 win over Hong Kong in their 2018 AFC U19 Championship qualifier in Vietnam on Saturday. The forward featured in the starting side alongside Daniel Arzani and Denis Genreau as his 11th minute st