After a hot day on the training pitch, Sydney FC players Ivan Necevski, Stuart Musialik, Mark Bridge, Simon Colosimo and Shannon Cole headed to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead for a fun filled afternoon on Thursday.
After a hot day on the training pitch, Sydney FC players Ivan Necevski, Stuart Musialik, Mark Bridge, Simon Colosimo and Shannon Cole headed to The Children-s Hospital at Westmead for a fun filled afternoon on Thursday.
First stop was the Starlight Express Room.
Decked out with Nintendo Wii-s, an arts and crafts section and huge projector TV, the boys were challenged to a dancing competition.
The first song was an Elvis classic – A Little Less Conversation.
Showing no hesitation, the boys did their best Elvis impersonation much to the delight of the kids and parents watching. There were plenty of laughs.
Meanwhile, Mark Bridge was playing football on the Nintendo with young Liam. Just for the record Liam beat Mark 6-nil!
The time had come for one more dance. The song – MC Hammer, Can-t Touch This.
With guys battling it out in the dance competition little did everyone know that a star was soon to be born.
Stuart Musialik would have made MC Hammer and Elvis proud with his moves which culminated in a break dance of epic proportions.
Check out Stu-s moves by clicking HERE
Everyone then headed to visit more kids and their parents, bringing many smiles to many cute faces.
Sydney FC would like to send a special thanks to Debra Fowler and all of the staff at The Children-s Hospital at Westmead for making the special afternoon a possibility.