Sydney FC’s players will be engaged in a variety of activities this Sunday as they celebrate Father’s Day with their dads and children.
Sydney FC-s players will be engaged in a variety of activities this Sunday as they celebrate Father-s Day with their dads and children.
Nick Carle will be getting out the barbecue at home with his wife and three children.
“I-m very happy to be at home spending it with them,” said the midfielder.
“I didn-t get to spend Father-s Day with them last year because I-d just flown out to the UAE (season loan at Baniyas) so I-m really looking forward to spending it with them.”
Goalkeeper Ivan Necevski says he-s expecting the usual socks and undies as gifts from his children but he-s not expecting a lie-in.
“I expect an early morning start as usual having two kids,” he said.
“They are always up pretty early in the morning but I-m sure my wife will have a nice breakfast planned, either bacon and eggs or pancakes. The kids will help as well no doubt.”
Full back Rhyan Grant-s dad will be spoiled but he will have to make do with a phone call from his only son.
“He lives in Bathurst with the rest of my family so I probably won-t get to see him, but I-ll be definitely calling him in the morning, waking him up and making sure mum and my sisters are spoiling him,” he said.
“My old man is one who doesn-t really like to be recognised and doesn-t like to be in the middle of everything, but we make sure we spoil him so it is very special to us.”
23 year old Joel Chianese will be at home with his mum, dad, brother and two sisters.
“Coming from an Italian background, we do like to celebrate with a big family reunion, so every Father-s Day and Mother-s Day we make sure we have a big feast at lunch or dinner,” said the striker.
“I-ve got a couple of sisters and a brother who will also get him gifts, and we just like to enjoy the day as a family and make the most of it.”
All the players agreed that a Sydney FC Membership would be a great last minute present for any Sydney FC fans who are stuck for something to get their dad.
“A Membership would be great value for anyone who looking for a last minute pressie,” said Rhyan Grant.
“I-m sure everyone-s old man would love to get out to a game.”
Joel Chianese said: “There-s a lot of dads out there who love watching the game. What a great gift to give someone to watch Sydney FC, Alessandro Del Piero and our squad this year.”
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