“Fate is in our hands” – Redmayne

Ahead of this Sunday’s huge clash with Perth Glory, Andrew Redmayne knows that the task at hand is still within his team’s hands.

With three games to play, they face off with three teams below them on the table starting with the Western Australians this Sunday and each game is a big one.

“We have to now look at it as every game from here as a finals match and we need to win every game to make sure we are there.

Andrew Redmayne in action at Allianz Stadium

“The beauty of the situation is that everything is still in our own hands and we know that if we execute what we can do on the field then the results are well within our grasp and our fate is well within our own hands,” Redmayne said.

Last weekend, Sydney FC held a high flying Adelaide United to a point at Coopers Stadium and the number one can take plenty of positives from that performance.

“It gives us a lot of learnings and a lot of positives coming into this week and if we can be a bit more clinical with the ball then hopefully we can get a good result,” the goalkeeper said.

Redmayne in the reverse fixture in Perth

“I’m really looking forward to playing back in front of the Sky Blue faithful and I’m sure that they will come out in numbers once again especially with the girls having a massive Semi Final after us.

“I encourage everyone to come along and bunker in and support the girls afterwards because it is a massive thing for them to play in a Semi Final and hopefully book themselves a ticket for the big dance.”

Redmayne recently spent some time with the Australian National Team and believes that the week in camp was very beneficial to the conclusion of his season.

“It has been nothing but enjoyable my time with the National Team. Training is intense. It’s sharp and every detail is covered in a different way to what we get at Sydney.

“I think it has helped me feel sharper and on the ball so it’s definitely helped me and the club,” Redmayne concluded.

The Socceroos and Sydney FC keeper will be in action on Sunday afternoon at Allianz Stadium with the action getting underway at 3pm AEST.

Match Details

Sydney FC v Perth Glory
Isuzu UTE A-League Round 24
Sunday 16th April, 2023
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Kick off: 3:00pm AEST
Gates Open: 2:00pm AEST
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Bold
Tickets: Click Here