Sky Blues The Strongest In Aus - Mierzejewski

Sydney FC star Adrian Mierzejewski has heralded the Sky Blues’ set up, labelling Head Coach Graham Arnold’s squad as the strongest in the country.

15 games into his first ever season in the A-League, Mierzejewski said he was satisfied with the strength of the team as he said it was a very real possibility that the team will win every available trophy in 2018.

“I’m very happy, [Monday’s win] was our first victory in 2018,” he said, reflecting on the team’s 3-0 win over Brisbane.

“It doesn’t matter who scores the goals, the most important thing is we took three points, we ticked the box and we’re just waiting for another game.

“I’m very happy Bobô scored his 15th goal and continues on his road to be a top scorer in the league and very important also was the clean sheet for us.

“I’m very happy, very satisfied, that we are strong in the four offensive players and our combinations between Ninko, Bobô, Brosquey and me is very good.

“Also we receive help from Josh and Brandon and our fullbacks so I think there’s no doubt that we are the strongest team in Australia.

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Mierzejewski believes the Sky Blues are the strongest team in the country.

“We have the same goals from the beginning, win every possible trophy,” he continued.

“We have the Premiership and Championship, and the FFA Cup we’ve won [already], and the Champions League too.

“I want to win everything in 2018 and I feel and I can see during trainings and games that it’s possible. It’s not just a dream it’s a goal.”

Famed for his goal celebration of flexing his muscles, Mierzejewski said there was little meaning behind the iconic gesture as he said he believes that the past five or six rounds have seen fans see the true potential the Polish international has on offer.

“There’s no meaning behind my celebration, I started to do it around three years ago,” he said.

“I’m still scoring so I continue it, my son knows the celebration and I’ll try my best to make the celebration more and more popular.

“I think I’ve fit in ok,” he continued.

“The beginning wasn’t good because I got injured and couldn’t play for one month and two games I started on the bench. Now I feel very good, the last five or six games I’ve played 90 minutes no problems.

“We’re still winning, last week we dropped points against Newcastle but I believe we should have taken three points, and I believe in the next few games we’ll keep our way and keep winning.”

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