Arianet Moric, as his full name, is a 22-year-old Kosovo goalkeeper who was born in Switzerland. In 2015 Manchester City received it from the Swiss Grasshoppers. The Muric was hired from Manchester City by Willem II for the remainder of the season. The English club is known for wanting only to hire players when there is a possibility to play. At the age of 22, Morik played only seventeen official duel with the elders and kept the bank basically warm in the first half of the season in Girona in the Sigonda division. He has maintained two league matches and four cup matches.
The Kosovar international has played only five matches for Manchester City in five and a half years 16 times, all in the League Cup. It has now been rented out for the fourth time. Previously worked on a rental basis NAC Breda and Nottingham Forest and thus in Spain’s Girona. His tenure with NAC was very short. Moric was called up by Manchester City in August 2018 after just one match in Breda to help offset the loss of an injured Claudio Bravo.
Due to Frick Herkins’ injury, another newcomer, Sven van Beek, who has been hired from Feyenoord, is playing his first match for Willem II in the important relegation match against Addo Den Haag. The third last-minute reinforcement, Ian Smeulers, rented from Feyenoord, isn’t ready for use yet.
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