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Ester Sokler tipped to have a ‘big season’ under new Aberdeen manager Jimmy Thelin by interim boss Peter Leven

Striker Sokler scored a dramatic leveller in the Scottish Cup semi-final to force extra-time, but starts have been limited in his debut Dons campaign.

 

by Sean Wallace

April 30 2024, 10:30 pm

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Aberdeen’s Ester Sokler celebrates as he scores to make it 2-2 in the Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic at Hampden. Image: SNS.

Aberdeen striker Ester Sokler will make a major impact under new manager Jimmy Thelin next season, interim boss Peter Leven reckons.

 

Sokler came off the bench to net a dramatic leveller in the Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic, making it 2-2 to force extra-time.

 

It was the Slovenian striker’s third goal of a debut season where he has been restricted to just five starts in all competitions.

 

Aberdeen beat off competition from clubs in Belgium, Austria and Slovenia to land Sokler in a £300,000 transfer last summer.

 

Leven reckons the 24-year-old has been unfortunate star striker Bojan Miovski has been in red-hot form.

 

Miovski has scored 24 goals and is being tracked by Dutch giants Feyenoord, as well as clubs in Italy, Germany and Spain.

 

Leven hailed Sokler as a “natural finisher

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