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Dec 21, 2023   |  3:37PM AET

Ins & Outs | Festive football squad news

Ins & Outs | Festive football squad news

Sydney FC Men’s and Women’s are in action and at home this weekend as we inch closer to Christmas Day.

Ufuk Talay and Ante Juric have made a list and checked it twice and here are their selected squads for this weekend.


After heading down to Melbourne and not able to find the net, Ufuk Talay has welcomed back three names to the extended squad for this weekend’s match against Western United.

Max Burgess was available for selection last week however due to the fact that he had only had two training sessions with the squad since returning from injury, he wasn’t risked. This week however, it is highly likely that we will see him involved in the 18 man team.

Burgess in training this season

Andrew Redmayne also makes his return from suspension with teenager Gus Hoesfloot dropping out of the squad in his place.

Corey Hollman who missed out due to injury is back and available for selection this weekend.

Only Wataru Kamijo is unavailable with a back injury that will see him out of action until the new year.

The Squad

Sydney FC Men’s Squad:- 1.  Andrew REDMAYNE4. Jordan COURTNEY-PERKINS, 6. Jack RODWELL, 8.  Jake GIRDWOOD-REICH, 9. Fabio GOMES, 10. Joe LOLLEY, 11. Robert MAK, 12. Corey HOLLMAN, 13. Pat WOOD, 15. Gabriel LACERDA, 16. Joel KING, 17. Anthony CACERES, 19. Mitch GLASSON, 20. Adam PAVLESIC (GK), 21. Zac DE JESUS, 22. Max BURGESS, 23. Rhyan GRANT, 25. Jaiden KUCHARSKI, 26. Luke BRATTAN ©, 28. Nathan AMANATIDIS.

(Two to be omitted)

Ins: 1.  Andrew REDMAYNE (return from suspension), 12. Corey HOLLMAN (return from injury), 22. Max BURGESS (return from injury).

Outs: 30. GUS HOEFSLOOT (GK) (return to youth squad).

Unavailable: 24. Wataru KAMIJO (injured).

Match Details

Sydney FC v Western United
Isuzu UTE A-League Round Nine
Saturday 23rd December, 2023
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Kick off: 5:30pm AEDT
Gates Open: 4:30pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount+
Tickets: Click Here


Ante Juric has named his side for the visit of Brisbane Roar on Friday night at Leichhardt Oval.

Thankfully for him, he has come through the trip to Perth unscathed and didn’t lose any players to injury.

In his post match press conference, Ante Juric highlighted that Cortnee Vine’s heavy load post World Cup has taken it’s toll on the winger but now she is back to her best after she came off the bench and played 45 minutes against Glory.

Vine celebrates her goal after returning from injury a fortnight ago

Maddie Caspers continues to perform well in the middle of the park and she is included in the squad once more for this weekend.

Teigan Colliser, Abbey Lemon, Jynaya and Indiana Dos Santos are all included in the 20 player extended squad with four to be omitted come Friday night.

The Squad

Sydney FC Squad: 1. Jada WHYMAN (GK), 2. Margaux CHAUVET, 3. Charlotte MCLEAN, 4. Tori TUMETH, 5. Kirsty FENTON, 7. Teigan COLLISTER, 9. Shea CONNORS, 11. Cortnee VINE, 13. Aideen KEANE, 14. Abbey LEMON, 16. Jordan THOMPSON, 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS, 18. Taylor RAY, 19. Zara KRUGER, 20. Princess IBINI ©, 21. Shay HOLLMAN, 22. Indiana DOS SANTOS, 23. Fiona WORTS, 26. Maddie CASPERS, 30. Tahlia FRANCO (GK).

(Four to be omitted)

Ins: 7. Teigan COLLISTER (promoted),14. Abbey LEMON (promoted), 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS (promoted), 22. Indiana DOS SANTOS (promoted).

Outs: None

Unavailable: 6. Lucy JOHNSON (injured), 12. Nat TOBIN (injured).

Match Details

Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar
Liberty A-League Round Nine
Friday 22nd December 2023
Leichhardt Oval, Leichhardt, NSW
Kick Off: 7:00pm AEDT
Gates Open: 6:00pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Play
Tickets: Click Here