It’s been a frustrating seven months for Sarah Walsh, who will finally hit the pitch this Saturday for Sydney FC against Adelaide United in the last game of the inaugral Westfield W-League season.
It-s been a frustrating seven months for Sarah Walsh, who will finally hit the pitch this Saturday for Sydney FC against Adelaide United in the last game of the inaugral Westfield W-League season.
The Sky Blues need to snare the three points to be any chance of making the top-four and Walsh-s return to the squad is a bonus for Stajcic-s women who are determined to end the season with success.
“I-ve definately been looking forward to getting out on the field because you just get to a point where you-re just sick of watching when you-re closer to getting back,” said the talented forward.
A surgical procedure was deemed necessary to get the Maltilda back on the road to recovery and it-s been a long ride to feeling right.
“I-ve just been going through the motions and trying to get through full sessions with the girls so I-m excited to get some game time.”
Walsh is hoping that Sydney can find a way to make the finals but knows a tough battle awaits at Parramatta Stadium against the Reds.
“We still have to beat Adelaide but now it depends on other matches, and that-s not how you want to make your way into the semis,” she said.
It-s a do-or-die clash for Sydney FC but their commitment to the cause will ensure the Blues won-t go down without a fight this Saturday at Parramatta Stadium.
The clash kicks-off at 6pm.