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Full name  Joseph Katebian
Name  Joey Katebian
Number  33
Playing position  Forward

Joey Katebian
Date of birth  (1995-11-09) 9 November 1995 (age 20)
Current team  Melbourne Victory !Melbourne Victory

Place of birth  Melbourne, Australia

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Joseph 'Joey' Katebian (born 9 November 1995) is an Australian professional football (soccer) player who plays as a forward for Brisbane Roar in the A-League.


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Early life

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Katebian was born in Melbourne on 9 November 1995, to Lebanese Australian parents. Katebian played football from a young age for local club Bulleen Lions where he would later play for the senior squad. Katebian also played for Ivanhoe Grammar School's first eleven in his later years of high school, where he graduated in 2013.

Youth career

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Katebian spent his early years playing for FC Bulleen Lions in Melbourne's eastern suburbs, before joining Melbourne Heart Youth for the 2013–14 season. At the season's end, Katebian joined cross-town rivals Melbourne Victory, that he later captained in the National Premier Leagues Victoria, where he won the league's 2015 player's player of the year and golden boot awards. Katebian featured in the starting eleven that defeated North Geelong Warriors on 26 September 2015, which promoted Melbourne Victory NPL Youth to the highest level of the National Premier Leagues Victoria.

Melbourne Victory

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Katebian made his official competitive debut for the Melbourne Victory senior squad on 1 September 2015, in the 2015 FFA Cup round of 16 clash against Rockdale City Suns, coming on as a substitute in the 85th minute for Archie Thompson. His A-League debut came two months later on 19 November 2015, in the round five clash against Central Coast Mariners, substituted on for Gui Finkler in the 90th minute of the 2–1 victory at AAMI Park. On 31 May 2016, Katebian departed Melbourne Victory to pursue football opportunities abroad.

Joey Katebian Melbourne Victory NPL captain Joey Katebian makes scoring look easy

In June 2016, he went to Serbia for trials at FK Čukarički.

Brisbane Roar

Joey Katebian Melbourne Victory NPL captain Joey Katebian makes scoring look easy

On 5 August 2016, Katebian signed a one-year contract with Brisbane Roar, reuniting with John Aloisi who coached him at Melbourne Victory Youth.

Career statistics

Joey Katebian Roar sign young striker Joey Katebian Brisbane RoarAs of 21 September 2015


Joey Katebian Roar sign young striker Joey Katebian Brisbane Roar

With Melbourne Victory:

  • FFA Cup: 2015
  • With Melbourne Victory Youth:

  • National Premier Leagues Victoria 1 Playoff Promotion Winners: 2015
  • Individual

  • Melbourne Victory Youth Player's Player of the year: 2015
  • Melbourne Victory Youth Youth medal: 2016
  • National Premier Leagues Victoria 1 Player's Player of the year: 2015
  • National Premier Leagues Victoria 1 Golden Boot: 2015
  • National Youth League Golden Boot: 2015–16
  • References

    Joey Katebian Wikipedia

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