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Newcomer blown away by atmosphere

Newcomer blown away by atmosphere

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Celtic's new midfielder Thomas Rogic simply revelled in the fabulous atmosphere of the midweek Champions League clash with Juventus.

"I have never experienced being part of a sporting event like that" - Thomas Rogic
The 20-year-old Australian was ineligible for the game but couldn't believe the volume of noise while taking in the occasion from the stands.

"I was just happy to be there," Rogic told Celtic's official website. "I have never experienced being part of a sporting event like that, with the fans and the atmosphere they created.

"It's special," he continued. "When I walked out and sat in my seat, the crowd just got up and started singing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' with the scarves everywhere, and I'm looking forward to playing there."

Rogic should get that first experience against Dundee United tomorrow afternoon following his debut at Inverness Caledonian Thistle last week.


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Date:Friday February 15 2013
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