17-year-old German pearl continues to adapt well at Barcelona

Barcelona youngster Noah Darvich
Photo Courtesy: FC Barcelona’s official website

The challenge of becoming a regular at FC Barcelona is one that many eventually give up on. It is something beyond the capabilities of most, and almost second nature to the chosen few. However, tales of resilience are what makes football special, even within Barcelona.

Arriving from Germany, 17-year-old Noah Darvich took a big gamble. Following his dreams, Barcelona was his ideal destination and the place he wanted to call home. Unfortunately, adaptation ended up proving to be a massive hurdle for him.

However, when many would have given up, he continues to work towards a brighter future for himself at Barcelona. Now, as highlighted by SPORT, his resurgence has come full circle. Becoming more and more of a regular in the quarry, Darvich is finally finding his groove.

Under the watchful eye of Rafa Marquez, Darvich is accumulating more minutes than ever before at Barcelona Atletic. The Under-17 FIFA World Cup, one that Darvich won with Germany as their captain, seems to have been a turning point for the player and his personal confidence.

With each passing game, the player reportedly becomes more and more adapted. However, his future beyond this season is going to be much more complicated it seems. Unwilling to play at any level below the Segunda Division, it is essential for Barcelona Atletic to get promoted at the end of this campaign.

Moreover, beyond just Darvich, other youngsters also feel the same way. It is either first-team football or second-division football, apart from that they may end up looking for brighter pastures. However, when it comes to the Barcelona first team, the German starlet has barely had any luck.

Despite being called up by Xavi on several first-team training encounters, he has thus far not had the privilege of representing the team in an official match. Perhaps with time, the young pearl from Germany will find his place, but his focus for now remains on finishing the season strong with Barcelona Atletic.

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