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Emilio Arturo Izaguirre Giron is a Honduran footballer who plays as aleft back for Scottish Premier League side Celtic and the Hondurasnational team. He has represented his country at the 2010 World Cup andthe 2007 Gold Cup.Izaguirre started his career at Motagua, where he stayed for sevenyears. In ...
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Emilio Arturo Izaguirre Giron is a Honduran footballer who plays as aleft back for Scottish Premier League side Celtic and the Hondurasnational team. He has represented his country at the 2010 World Cup andthe 2007 Gold Cup.<br><br>Izaguirre started his career at Motagua, where he stayed for sevenyears. In 2010, Celtic spent 600,000 to bring him to Parkhead. Hepicked up four major player awards in the 2010-11 season, which was hisfirst season in Scotland.<br><br>Celtic<br>Izaguirre agreed a four-year contract with Scottish Premier League sideCeltic on 18 August 2010, subject to receiving a work permit. He signedfor an undisclosed fee and was given the number 3 shirt. He made hisSPL debut in a 1-0 victory over Motherwell on 29 August 2010. Izaguirregave a solid performance that drew plaudits from Celtic manager NeilLennon and Motherwell manager Craig Brown. On 19 September 2010,Izaguirre set up Anthony Stokes for the winning goal in a 2-1 leaguevictory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. On 30 October 2010, he scoredhis first Celtic goal in a SPL game against St. Johnstone, where heintercepted a back pass then flicked the ball over St. Johnstone centreback Dave MacKay, before slotting a goal under the goalkeeper. The gameended 3-0 to Celtic, with Izaguirre awarded man of the match for hisperformance. In Celtic's 3-0 victory over Rangers on 20 February 2011,he set up Gary Hooper's second goal.<br><br>In the 2011 League Cup Final defeat to Rangers, Izaguirre was sent offin extra time for a foul on Vladimir Weiss. On 6 April 2011, he hadanother man of the match performance against Hibernian in a 3-1 SPLvictory, setting up Stokes for the first goal of the game. In the2010-11 SPL season, Izaguirre achieved a clean sweep of availablesenior player awards as chosen by players, organisations and the Celticsupporters. Izaguirre won both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year andScottish Premier League Player of the Year awards for 2010-11. Thejudging panel for the latter award described Izaguirre as a classact, while Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby commented thatIzaguirre could become one of the best players in his position in worldfootball. On 8 May 2011, at Celtic's award ceremony, Izaguirre pickedup the Players' Player of the Year Award. Finally, he was votedScottish Football Writers player of the year, rounding off a highlysuccessful first season in Scottish football for Izaguirre.

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Emilio Arturo Izaguirre Giron is a Honduran footballer who plays as aleft back for Scottish Premier League side Celtic and the Hondurasnational team. He has represented his country at the 2010 World Cup andthe 2007 Gold Cup.

Izaguirre started his career at Motagua, where he stayed for sevenyears. In 2010, Celtic spent 600,000 to bring him to Parkhead. Hepicked up four major player awards in the 2010-11 season, which was hisfirst season in Scotland.

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Izaguirre agreed a four-year contract with Scottish Premier League sideCeltic on 18 August 2010, subject to receiving a work permit. He signedfor an undisclosed fee and was given the number 3 shirt. He made hisSPL debut in a 1-0 victory over Motherwell on 29 August 2010. Izaguirregave a solid performance that drew plaudits from Celtic manager NeilLennon and Motherwell manager Craig Brown. On 19 September 2010,Izaguirre set up Anthony Stokes for the winning goal in a 2-1 leaguevictory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. On 30 October 2010, he scoredhis first Celtic goal in a SPL game against St. Johnstone, where heintercepted a back pass then flicked the ball over St. Johnstone centreback Dave MacKay, before slotting a goal under the goalkeeper. The gameended 3-0 to Celtic, with Izaguirre awarded man of the match for hisperformance. In Celtic's 3-0 victory over Rangers on 20 February 2011,he set up Gary Hooper's second goal.

In the 2011 League Cup Final defeat to Rangers, Izaguirre was sent offin extra time for a foul on Vladimir Weiss. On 6 April 2011, he hadanother man of the match performance against Hibernian in a 3-1 SPLvictory, setting up Stokes for the first goal of the game. In the2010-11 SPL season, Izaguirre achieved a clean sweep of availablesenior player awards as chosen by players, organisations and the Celticsupporters. Izaguirre won both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year andScottish Premier League Player of the Year awards for 2010-11. Thejudging panel for the latter award described Izaguirre as a classact, while Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby commented thatIzaguirre could become one of the best players in his position in worldfootball. On 8 May 2011, at Celtic's award ceremony, Izaguirre pickedup the Players' Player of the Year Award. Finally, he was votedScottish Football Writers player of the year, rounding off a highlysuccessful first season in Scottish football for Izaguirre.
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Emilio Arturo Izaguirre Giron is a Honduran footballer who plays as aleft back for Scottish Premier League side Celtic and the Hondurasnational team. He has represented his country at the 2010 World Cup andthe 2007 Gold Cup.

Izaguirre started his career at Motagua, where he stayed for sevenyears. In 2010, Celtic spent 600,000 to bring him to Parkhead. Hepicked up four major player awards in the 2010-11 season, which was hisfirst season in Scotland.

Celtic
Izaguirre agreed a four-year contract with Scottish Premier League sideCeltic on 18 August 2010, subject to receiving a work permit. He signedfor an undisclosed fee and was given the number 3 shirt. He made hisSPL debut in a 1-0 victory over Motherwell on 29 August 2010. Izaguirregave a solid performance that drew plaudits from Celtic manager NeilLennon and Motherwell manager Craig Brown. On 19 September 2010,Izaguirre set up Anthony Stokes for the winning goal in a 2-1 leaguevictory over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. On 30 October 2010, he scoredhis first Celtic goal in a SPL game against St. Johnstone, where heintercepted a back pass then flicked the ball over St. Johnstone centreback Dave MacKay, before slotting a goal under the goalkeeper. The gameended 3-0 to Celtic, with Izaguirre awarded man of the match for hisperformance. In Celtic's 3-0 victory over Rangers on 20 February 2011,he set up Gary Hooper's second goal.

In the 2011 League Cup Final defeat to Rangers, Izaguirre was sent offin extra time for a foul on Vladimir Weiss. On 6 April 2011, he hadanother man of the match performance against Hibernian in a 3-1 SPLvictory, setting up Stokes for the first goal of the game. In the2010-11 SPL season, Izaguirre achieved a clean sweep of availablesenior player awards as chosen by players, organisations and the Celticsupporters. Izaguirre won both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year andScottish Premier League Player of the Year awards for 2010-11. Thejudging panel for the latter award described Izaguirre as a classact, while Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby commented thatIzaguirre could become one of the best players in his position in worldfootball. On 8 May 2011, at Celtic's award ceremony, Izaguirre pickedup the Players' Player of the Year Award. Finally, he was votedScottish Football Writers player of the year, rounding off a highlysuccessful first season in Scottish football for Izaguirre.

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