Sydney FC’s Westfield W-League stars returned to training on Monday night, as Head Coach Ante Juric’s charges prepare for another tilt at the Championship.
The Sky Blues wasted no time in getting back to action, with a series of possession drills testing the squad’s fitness ahead of a scheduled season start date of December 27.
For star striker Remy Siemsen, the Young Matilda said she was thrilled to be back and already has her sights set on silverware.
“I’m pumped to be back and really excited for a great W-League season,” she said.
“I am really determined to have a strong season and be the best team player I can be. I am hoping for many goals and a successful season with us taking home the silverware.
“The first session was a good hit out and I’m feeling fit and strong after just finishing training with the future Matildas this past couple of months.”
Monday night’s session was a chance for Siemsen to meet the Sky Blues’ latest signings, including goalkeeper Jada Whyman and midfielder Clare Wheeler, and the Manly junior said the whole squad shared her views of a trophy laden campaign.
“It was great to reconnect with all the girls again and we are all focussed on a big season ahead,” she said.
“On Monday night we met the new girls most of whom I know very well as I have had the privilege of playing with many of them before with the Young Matildas.
"Keep an eye out for Clare Wheeler and Jada Whyman, they’re excellent players and even better people. I have no doubt they’ll have a successful season in Sky Blue."
Sydney FC’s Westfield W-League squad will continue their evening training sessions in the lead up to the new season kicking off next month.