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Angus Thomas Burt

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Bold text Angus Thomas Burt (born November 21, 2005) is a retired Australian professional footballer and manager. Known for his exceptional skills as a fullback, Burt had a remarkable career that spanned two decades, earning him numerous accolades and a place in football history. Early Life Angus Thomas Burt was born on November 21, 2005, in Wishaw, Scotland, at the University Hospital Wishaw,to proud parents Arthur and Sally Burt. At the age of two, the Burt family relocated to Melbourne, Australia, where Angus would eventually embark on his extraordinary football journey. Early Football Career Burt's love for football was instilled by his father, Arthur, a passionate supporter of Celtic FC in Scotland. Angus began playing football at the tender age of 4, joining the Croydon City Arrows SC, a club located in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. Even at this young age, his exceptional talent on the pitch was evident to all who saw him play. Professional Career At the age of 8, Angus Burt was offered a trial with the A-League club Melbourne Victory for their under-13 side, a significant achievement for such a young player. He successfully navigated the trial and steadily rose through the club's youth ranks, ultimately making his professional debut at just 16 years old.

On November 4, 2022, Burt made his professional debut for Melbourne Victory in a 4-0 victory against Newcastle Jets, becoming the second-youngest player to ever represent the club and the youngest goal-scorer. This impressive debut caught the eye of Graham Arnold, the head coach of the Australian national team, leading to Burt's inclusion in the 26-man World Cup squad. During the World Cup, Angus Burt made history by becoming Australia's youngest player and goal-scorer, showcasing his immense talent on the global stage.

In 2023, Angus Burt was awarded the Victory Medal after a challenging campaign that saw Melbourne Victory finish in last place. He also received the A league Men Young Player of the Year award.

Move to Celtic and Further Success In 2024, at the age of 18, Angus Burt made a high-profile move to Scottish giants Celtic for a transfer fee of 15 million dollars, a record for an A-League player at the time. His exceptional form continued at Celtic, where he won numerous trophies, including trebles each year and individual awards such as the Scotland Young Player of the Year and Fans' Player of the Season.

FC Barcelona Transfer and Continued Success Burt's incredible talent did not go unnoticed by top European clubs. In 2027, FC Barcelona made an 85 million euro bid for the 21-year-old fullback, which Celtic accepted. Angus Burt made a heartfelt return to Celtic via social media, ending his message with #CelticForever.

At Barcelona, Burt's impact was immediate. He scored goals, provided crucial assists, and became known for his standout performance in his Champions League debut against AC Milan. In that match, he scored a hat-trick, including a remarkable 38-meter free-kick in added time, securing a 4-3 victory.

Personal accolades continued to accumulate as Angus Burt won Player of the Season, Fans' Player of the Season, and Best Defender of the Season awards during his time at Barcelona.

Personal Life In 2029, Angus Burt met his wife, Andréa Moreno, a young Spanish model, at a nightclub. The couple has eight children, including five boys and three girls.

International Success Angus Burt's international success included scoring the winning penalty in the 2023 AFC Asian Cup final against Japan and being named Player of the Tournament. He also played a pivotal role in Australia's journey to the 2026 FIFA World Cup final, although they narrowly lost to France.

Managerial Career Following his retirement as a player in 2042, Angus Burt transitioned into management. He achieved remarkable success with Melbourne Victory, winning four consecutive A-League titles and an AFC Champions League.

As promised earlier in his career, Burt returned to Celtic as manager, winning seven consecutive trebles and two Champions League titles.

His managerial journey also took him to FC Barcelona, where he continued to win multiple trebles and Champions League titles before retiring from management in 2080 at the age of 75.

Legacy Angus Thomas Burt's contributions to football were recognized with inductions into the Spanish Football Hall of Fame, the Scottish Football Hall of Fame, the Australian Football Hall of Fame, and the FIFA Hall of Fame. He is celebrated as the greatest Australian footballer and manager of all time, as well as the greatest fullback in the history of the sport.

Death Angus Thomas Burt passed away on June 15, 2205, in Melbourne, Australia, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the world of football.


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