When Sydney FC defeated the Macarthur Bulls at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne had played his 200th A-League match.
It’s been a highly successful career to date so far for the man from Gosford who has since found his home at Sydney FC.
“I saw something on social media not too long ago about the milestone. It was good to get the win and score a few goals as well as keep a clean sheet,” Redmayne said.
“I owe a lot to the goalkeeping coaches at Sydney FC, Matt Nash and John Crawley who have helped with my form and career throughout my time here at Sydney FC.”
“Everytime I come into the locker room here at Sydney FC’s training ground I see Clint Bolton’s picture on my locker wall and that’s pretty surreal. I looked up to him as a goalkeeper and it was a privilege to learn from him when I was at Melbourne Heart.”
Of all the trophies and success that have come Redmayne’s way at Sydney FC, the goalkeeper highlights one memory that stands out during his time at the club.
“Winning trophies have been really special, there’s a game that stands out in my mind that was special when we came back from a man and a goal down to beat Melbourne City 2-1 in 2019 at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium. The atmosphere that night was special.”
“I remember before I joined Sydney FC I never enjoyed coming to the Sydney Football Stadium to play but that’s completely changed and I can’t wait to play in front of our fans again in the new Sydney Football Stadium soon.”
For this season, Redmayne is concentrating on making sure that he and his side are as ready as possible for when the team returns to action in next week’s FFA Cup quarter-final against Brisbane Roar at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
“It’s hard with the disruptions but we need to work on what we can now and hit the ground running when we can get back out on the pitch.”