"[Gravgaard and Randers'] sports director were not very happy with me [when I left] and they told me once I left that 'we didn't even want you and you couldn't even score' and now that I have five goals in the league, if I had stayed at Randers I would be the second top scorer in their team," Amini said.
It makes up for the disappointment of not getting on the scoresheet in his side’s midweek 11-1 victory over minnows Vaxjo in the Swedish Cup.It was not a great weekend for Surprise Ralani though as his Helsingborg side were beaten 2-0 at IFK Goteborg.Under-fire Thistle manager Craig Brewster is desperate to plug the holes in a defence which has shipped 11 goals in their last four outings and which has failed to keep a clean sheet in any of the 22 matches since their opening day 2-0 win at Aberdeen.An approach was made to the veteran on Hogmanay and he has asked for time to discuss the move with his family.Bongani Zungu has yet to make his bow for Portuguese top-flight side Vitoria Guimaraes as he works his way back to full fitness.
The 35-year-old had been considering an approach to play in Switzerland's top flight when the opportunity arose to remain in Scotland.
Thulani Serero remains sidelined at Ajax Amsterdam.
Kermit Erasmus did not make it off the bench for French Ligue 1 side Rennes‚ but Steven Pienaar did play the first 67 minutes as his Sunderland side drew 1-1 at Southampton.
But the 23-year- old has made it clear he won't be satisfied with simply being part of training sessions as Australia prepare to play Iraq and United Arab Emirates in World Cup qualifiers over the next fortnight. At the end of day, yes, I've been selected in the squad but, of course, I want to help the team qualify for a World Cup," Amini told .
"That's massive and I want to be able to get the chance to debut and show Australia and show Ange what I can do as well." Ange not afraid to play Mc Gree Being picked for the Socceroos capped off a dramatic week for Amini, who was the centre of a social media war between his Danish club AGF and former employers Randers in the lead-up to their Superliga clash on March 10.
That prompted AGF to purchase an advertisement in Randers' local newspaper that effectively told their rivals to 'p*** off', resulting in Randers CEO Michael Gravgaard appearing in a video on social media where he appears to use an Amini shirt as toilet paper.