JOSI GIARD: I WANNA BE GIARD

Celtic View|Vol 55 Issue 33

JOSI GIARD: I WANNA BE GIARD
Josi Giard on savouring the Hoops’ great start to the campaign and upping her goal stats at every turn
JOE DONNELLY

LAST month, the Celtic Women’s team followed last season’s 4-1 defeat of Glasgow City with an equally impressive 2-1 home win over the 13-in-a-row league holders.

Captain Kelly Clark’s last-gasp strike sealed three points at K-Park on the opening day of the SPWL 1 calendar, which Fran Alonso’s side followed with a confident 4-1 victory over Spartans in the League Cup. German striker, Josi Giard made substitute appearances in both games, and now targets goals in the games ahead – the first of which comes against Hearts in the league this Sunday.

Signed in early 2018, 23-year-old Giard had considered returning home to Germany at the start of this year, but just couldn’t turn down the chance to turn professional in Glasgow’s green and white. The View caught up with Giard to talk about just that, starting the season in style, and pushing for trophies between now and the end of the season.

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