More players recommit to Sydney Olympic FC ahead of upcoming season


Sydney Olympic Football Club has today announced that another five players have re-committed to be back in Blue for the 2022 season.

Thomas Whiteside, Fabio Ferreira, Marley Peterson, Chan Deng and Simun Milicevic will all call Belmore home in 2022.

They join defenders, Michael Glassock and Ben van Meurs, midfielders, William Angel, Brendan Cholakian, Darcy Burgess and Daniel Dias, goalkeepers, Nicholas Sorras and Christopher Parsons, and attacking players, Adam Parkhouse and Oliver Puflett.

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Thomas Whiteside is one of four players who have recommitted to Sydney Olympic FC.

Head Coach, Ante Juric, said he is delighted with the way the squad was shaping up.

“We are extremely pleased to have secured and signed Tom, Fab, Marley, Simun and Chan,” Juric said.

“Within this group there is experience and youth, which is greatly important for the ‘now’ and for the ‘future’ of the club.

“These boys have proven to be key members of the team, and are very important players for us to achieve our overall team and club goals.”

READ MORE: Sydney Olympic begin building their squad ahead of upcoming season.




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