Corica Calls For Sunday Showing

Sydney FC Head Coach Steve Corica says he’s looking forward to contesting the Sky Blues’ first home clash against Macarthur FC on Sunday at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

As restrictions ease throughout the competition, Corica said he was pleased to see the Cove returning to their boisterous best, with the Sky Blues’ active supporters allowed to sing and chant provided they remain seated.

The Sky Blues have already defeated Macarthur once this season, a 3-0 win at Campbelltown Stadium in January, and Corica called for a great showing on Sunday to back the squad to a second successive win over the league’s new boys.

“It’ll be great to see the stadium rocking for Sunday’s game against Macarthur,” he said.

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Patrick Wood was on target as the Sky Blues defeated Macarthur at Campbelltown in January.

“To have The Cove back to their best has really lifted our atmosphere lifted and that only spurs the boys on to perform at their peak.

“The squad want to perform in front of our Members and fans and I’d like to see everyone back at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium this weekend.

“It feels like things are finally starting to return to normal and it’s pleasing to know we’re able to operate in a COVID safe environment fit for all our Members and fans.”

Patrick Wood bagged a brace against Macarthur FC in the two side’s previous clash, with Milos Ninkovic also on the scoresheet, and the duo struck most recently in the club’s 3-2 defeat against Melbourne City on Tuesday night.

Sydney FC Members are reminded that Membership Card WILL gain you access to Sunday’s clash, with no ticket redemption required.
Please check the Members Hub for more information and entry requirements for March’s fixtures.

 

 

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