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  • WestSydneyFootball.com understands that ex-Socceroo Ron Corry, who is currently part of the Australian Institute of Sport system, has been approached and is likely to accept a role at the West Sydney club as their inaugural Goalkeeping coach. No official confirmation has come to light at this time.

     

    Ron Corry had a long career with multiple clubs in the Western Sydney area from the mid 1960's all the way to the early 1980's. Previously to his AIS role, he was part of the coaching setups at Sutherland, Canterbury, Wollongong, Blacktown, Bankstown and Sydney United.

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    Mile Sterjovski, Shannon Cole and Clint Bolton are West Sydney Targets according to a World Game article released to day. To read the rest of the story click here.

    The World Game has reported that Mile Sterjovski, Shannon Cole and Clint Bolton.

     

    Sterjovski is unhappy in China, and may be able to persuade his club to cut him loose.

     

    Bolton is out of contract at Melbourne Heart and could be interested in finishing his career in the city he played 5 seasons at Sydney FC.

     

    Cole has been released by Sydney FC and is said to be close to agreeing terms with the club.

     

    Fabio Grosso has been said to be looking at the A-League, but having priced himself out of a move to Melbourne Victory is unlikely to end up at West Sydney.

     

    Opinion: I don't believe Bolton should be approached. He is an ex-Sydney FC player and his last season at Heart proved he is on the way out as a top level keeper. He is also likely to be overpriced compared to similarly performing keepers. Sterjovski is notorious for his lack of effort until his contract is about to expire. His recent form goal-wise has been quite poor. He has only scored 17 goals in the last 4 years. Cole is a useful player who I believe was not given enough of a chance at Sydney FC along with some changes to coaching that inhibited his natural ability.

     

    Source: The World Game



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