Captain’s Column: Turn Jubilee Sky Blue


*Header photo by Jaime Castaneda (@jamcas50)

Saturday’s result was a hard one to take, we deserved to win, especially after the dominance we showed in the second half. That’s football though and we can’t dwell on last weekend, our full focus is now on Sunday’s game at Jubilee Stadium against Melbourne City.

It was tough sitting out on Saturday, but my foot wasn’t 100% before the match so it was best not to risk further injury to it by playing. I’m confident of returning to full fitness soon and I’m eager to get back on the pitch and chase down that third straight Premiership with the boys.


This Sunday, it’s our final game at Jubilee Stadium in the Hyundai A-League for this season, and we’ve made plenty of great memories in Kogarah along the way.

I’ve enjoyed walking out to a sea of Sky Blue each week, and to see all the young kids and families in the crowd, it’s been a fantastic atmosphere every game and I know all the boys appreciate the support that’s been shown at Jubilee.

We’ve had a couple of days off following a hectic week last week, and we’re back in training tomorrow to commence our build up for Sunday.

There’s a little added extra at training tomorrow too, we are welcoming our new boy Reza Ghoochannejhad to the Sky Blue Family, and to Australia. We’re all keen to see him in action and I’m sure you’ll enjoy his performances when he pulls on the Sky Blue jersey.

There’s a lot happening this week and the competition is heating up as we enter the final third of the season.

There’s plenty of points up for grabs, and every game brings fresh excitement.

I’m looking forward to seeing everyone out at Jubilee Stadium again this Sunday and taking home another three points.

#SydneyIsSkyBlue #ComeWithUs

Sydney FC Captain Alex Brosque


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