Dizdaric finds his mark with Bonnyrigg White Eagles


The heartache of missing out on a contract in Germany shattered the talented striker, but it hasn’t dampened his aspirations and hopes for the future.
”I still hate that day I found out I wasn’t going to make it,” Dizdaric said.
”That was the worse day of my life.”
Any nightmares that took place in Europe were quickly erased when Dizdaric provided the White Eagles with a dream start to their 2009 Premier League campaign, hitting the back of the net in the first minute of the first game of the season.
Since then, the Bosnian has added another four goals to his account, taking him to second on the leading goal-scorers list, one behind Sydney Olympic’s Matthew Mayora.
The former Penrith Nepean United and Liverpool Bossy player has impressed many in his opening appearances this season and is sure to receive some attention from opposition in the weeks to come.
”One of my goals this season is to win the golden boot, Dizdaric said.
”I like to set my targets pretty high and that is to score a goal a game.”
”I am focused here at Bonnyrigg and I want to be the top goal scorer for both the club and the league.”
His strengths are in the air, posing a massive threat to opposition defence with his solid frame and height advantage.
The ability to leap above the pack and get head to ball has resulted in quite a few goals already this season, much to the delight of the patriotic White Eagles fans.
”We have the best supporters in the competition,” Dizdaric said.
”Other teams hate coming to Bonnyrigg because they know they are playing against 11 players plus more than 1500 supporters.’

-By Michael Chammas