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Jan 24, 2011   |  9:50PM AET

Brosque stays with Sydney FC

Brosque stays with Sydney FC

Hyundai A-League 2010 Champions Sydney FC has no intention of transferring star striker Alex Brosque to Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse or to any other domestic or overseas club, Vice-Chairman Scott Barlow announced today.

Hyundai A-League 2010 Champions Sydney FC has no intention of transferring star striker Alex Brosque to Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse or to any other domestic or overseas club, Vice-Chairman Scott Barlow announced today.

“Alex is an integral part of Sydney FC. He is a key member of our A-League team and forms a crucial part of the club-s future and that is why we recently signed him to a new three-year contract,” Barlow said.

“He is one of the club-s longest serving players, Hyundai A-League 2010 Champions Sydney FC has no intention of transferring star striker Alex Brosque to Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse or to any other domestic or overseas club, Vice-Chairman Scott Barlow announced today.

“Alex is a key member of our A-League team and forms an integral part of the club-s future and that is why we signed Alex to a new three-year contract in 2010,” Barlow said.

“We are focused on building a Championship winning squad for the 2011/12 season and Alex is central to that.

“Both Alex and Sydney FC made a commitment to each other in the middle of last year when a new three year deal was agreed, keeping Alex at our Club until the completion of the 2013/14 Hyundai A-League season.

“Sydney FC has every intention of honouring its commitment to Alex.

“It is the view of Sydney FC that as the A-League continues to grow, clubs will need to take a stance on player transfers and begin to put the interests of their club and the A-League first.

“Players should not be encouraged to leave the domestic league at the earliest opportunity. This will impact on the quality and long-term viability of the A-League.

“We are weeks away from commencing our 2011 AFC Champions League campaign and having Alex in Sky Blue is central to our plans to have a successful tournament.”