Sarcevic keen to make Crewe debut

10 December 2010 02:16
Crewe midfielder Antoni Sarcevic says the chance to make his league debut at Stockport on Saturday would be a dream come true.Sarcevic, 18, was recalled from a loan spell at Chester to provide cover for the suspended Lee Bell and he will be in the squad at Edgeley Park. [LNB]"It would mean everything to make a Football League debut, it's a dream," he told BBC Radio Stoke. [LNB]"If I came on, I don't have a clue what my dad would do in the stands." [LNB]Sarcevic rebuilt his career at non-league Woodley Sports after being released by Manchester City as a trainee. [LNB]He was given the opportunity to return to the professional game by Alex boss Dario Gradi during the summer and while he admits the step up has been a big one, Sarcevic would not want to be doing anything else. [LNB]"Every day you have your ups and downs in training but just to play football every day is perfect," he said. [LNB]"He (Gradi) has made me a far better player, I just take everything he says on board and learn from him. [LNB]"Hopefully if I get the call on Saturday I can show what I can do."

Source: BBC_Sport