The super talent Roony Bardghji’s big criticism of Janne Andersson – after the mighty success in the Champions League: “You get mad”

Rooney Bardghji is a success at FC Copenhagen.
But he is still waiting for his senior national team debut.
– It’s actually sick, says Bardghji to Danish BT.

Left as a 14-year-old Roony Bardghji Sweden plays in FC Copenhagen’s U19 team. The following year, he made his first-team debut at the club, in FCK’s match against Århus. Bardghji then became the youngest player in Superligae history to start a match, as a recently turned 16-year-old.

Bardghji’s success

A week later, Bardghji scored his first first-team goal, and thus also became the youngest goalscorer ever in the Superligae. Since then, things have been rolling for the young talent, who has become more and more of an established player at the club.

This season, the success has continued, and Bardghji currently leads FCK’s internal shooting league in the series game.

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231108 Roony Bardghji of FC Copenhagen celebrates after the UEFA Champions League football match between FC Copenhagen and Manchester United on November 8, 2023 in Copenhagen. Photo: Petter Arvidson / BILDBYRÅN / code PA / PA0685

When FCK took on Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday night, it was none other than Bardghji who decided the match. It was 3-3 when the 17-year-old stepped forward in the 88th minute and made it 4-3 for the home team, and the scalp was a fact. After the match, many headlines are now being written about Bardghji.

Criticism of Janne

The talent from Malmö has been selected for the U21 national team, but despite the success, has never been called up to the senior national team by Jane Andersson. Something he now criticizes.
– Of course I’m disappointed not to be selected. I really am. It is of course up to them to decide, but I just think I am doing well – and have done many good things and scored many goals, Bardghji told Danish BT.

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231108 Janne Andersson, head coach of the Swedish men’s football national team at a press conference on November 8, 2023 in Stockholm. Photo: Jesper Zerman / BILDBYRÅN / code JZ / JZ0444

Even before the upcoming national team meeting in November, it was for the U21 and not the A national team that the 17-year-old was selected.
– It’s actually “sick” not to come along, but I’m not a person who complains. I take it as it comes. But it’s sick, it really is. I think I deserve it. You get a little angry, because you’re just waiting to be called by the A national team, he says.

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