Born in Denmark to a South African father and Danish mother, midfielder Theodor Beck has been going through the ranks at AGF Aarhus U-19 side.
Beck has set out both his short and long term goals with the Danish Suparliga club as the 2020/21 season approaches.
FARPost caught up with the winger who reflected on his goals at the club.
“My top goal is to be consistent and be one of the best players on the pitch in every game,” he said.
“It’s good to be a key player for the team every time we get into the field. One of the things I want to achieve this season is to get my reserve league debut for the team, it’s good to be in that space because you get to interact and play with a lot of first-team players,” said Beck
Beck is eligible to represent South Africa through his father who relocated to Denmark before the player was born.
The winger does admit that his long-term desire includes wearing the Bafana jersey.
“It would be an honour to play for South Africa, I think that the South African national team has a lot of big potential at all level, I’m always clued about the latest developments and I know that the junior teams have been qualifying for tournaments which is good for the future so I definitely want to be part of that to make the country and my family proud,” He continued
“It would be a dream to be part of the players that would help the country achieve its full potential and lead them to the top of international football,” concluded Beck.
The 16-year-old can play at both wings and as a second striker up front, last season he played with Aarhus’s U-17 team but has since been promoted to the U-19 for the upcoming season.
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