Ins & Outs | Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s & Liberty A-League Women’s

The squad has been released for the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day fixtures for Sydney FC Women & Men’s squads.

With suspensions, returns from injuries and overseas transfers, this week’s squads see a few changes.

Anthony Caceres on the ball


Steve Corica has brough in three key players for the trip to Newcastle on the 1st of January, most notably the return of stand in captain Luke Brattan who amassed five yellow cards and missed last week’s clash with Macarthur. He will be a great addition to the centre midfield along with Max Burgess who is returning from his concussion which he picked up against the Mariners.

Importantly, Jack Rodwell has overcome his injury to make the squad once more after coming off at half time against Melbourne City. That was his only appearance so far in Sky Blue and he will be hoping to add more this weekend against the Jets,

Joe Lolley drops out of the squad following his red card against Macarthur FC which will see him miss the next two matches and he will be available for the match against Perth Glory on the 14th of January.

Men’s Squad

Sydney FC squad: 1. Andrew REDMAYNE (GK), 2. James DONACHIE, 5. Connor O’TOOLE, 6. Jack RODWELL, 8. Paulo RETRE, 9. Adam LE FONDRE, 11. Robert MAK, 12. Pat WOOD, 16. Patrick YAZBEK, 17. Anthony CACERES, 18. Diego CABALLO, 19. Adrian SEGECIC, 20. Thomas HEWARD-BELLE (GK), 22. Max BURGESS, 23. Rhyan GRANT, 25. Jaiden KUCHARSKI, 26. Luke BRATTAN © 27. Adrian VLASTELICA, 28. Jake GIRDWOOD-REICH, 29. Aaron GURD.

(2-4 to be omitted)

Ins: 6. Jack RODWELL (return from injury), 22. Max BURGESS (return from injury), 26. Luke BRATTAN (return from suspension).

Outs: 10. Joe LOLLEY (suspension), 21. Alex PARSONS (not selected).

Unavailable: 4.Alex WILKINSON (c) (injured).

Match Details

Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC
Isuzu UTE A-league Round Ten
Sunday 1st January 2023
McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle
Kick Off: 3pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount +


After a highly impressive performance against rivals Western Sydney Wanderers, Ante Juric has made a few forced changes to the squad ahead of the trip to Queensland for the chhallege of Brisbane Roar.

He will be without his striker Remy Siemsen who has earnt a move overseas in a club and league record fee and she will be unavailable for the remainder of the season. This paves the way for Madison Haley to make her return to the squad after she missed the Wanderers clash with a niggle.

Madison Haley celebrating her goal with team-mates

Taylor Ray remains on the sideline with her ACL injury and is progressing along well, hopefully in time for a return prior to the end of the season.

Sydney FC squad: 1. Jada WHYMAN, 2. Mary STANIC-FLOODY, 3. Charlotte MCLEAN, 4. Anna GREEN, 5. Kirsty FENTON, 6. Sarah HUNTER, 8. Rachel LOWE, 9. Madison HALEY, 11. Cortnee VINE, 12. Natalie TOBIN (c), 14. Abbey LEMON, 15. Mackenzie HAWKESBY, 16. Deborah-Anne DE LA HARPE, 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS, 19. Charlize RULE, 20. Princess IBINI, 21. Shay HOLLMAN, 22. Indiana DOS SANTOS, 24. Shay EVANS, 30. Katie OFFER.

(2-4 to be omitted)

Ins: 9. Madison HALEY (return from injury), 17. Jynaya DOS SANTOS (promoted), 22. Indiana Dos Santos (promoted) 24. Shay EVANS (promoted).

Outs: Remy SIEMSEN (transfer overseas)

Unavailable: 18. Taylor RAY (injured)

Match Details

Brisbane Roar v Sydney FC
Liberty A-League Women’s Round Seven
Saturday 31st December 2022
A.J. Kelly Park, Brisbane, QLD
Kick Off: 3pm AEDT (2:00pm Local)
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Play