Lawrie McKinna: I’m optimistic Sydney Olympic FC will be in National Second Tier

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By Bill Roumeliotis.

Football Australia has announced a major milestone in the National Second Tier (NST) Application Process, distributing the Request for Proposal (RFP) to the 26 candidate clubs.

The General Manager of Sydney Olympic FC Lawrie McKinna gave a statement to The Greek Herald after the announcement.

“I have just been notified that we have received an email from Football Australia containing the application form, terms and conditions for participation in the new National Football Championship…” McKinna said.

Lawrie Mackina

“I want to assure the members and friends of Sydney Olympic that the Club president Damon Hatzimanolis, players, coaches and his thousands of fans want to see their team compete in the new National Division and I am sure we will achieve it.

“From the beginning, we have carefully studied all the participation files and our club meets all the conditions for participation.

“We have a stadium with high standards of football facilities, excellent finances, sponsors, fans and a rich long history in Australian football, for this reason I am optimistic that 2024 will find us in the new National Division.”

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