JUST days out from the Western Sydney Wanderers’ clash with Brisbane Roar at Glen Willow Stadium, forward Nick Fitzgerald and midfielder Jordan O’Doherty say the red and blacks are excited by the prospect of playing in Mudgee.
The Wanderers head into the match confident they will come out on top.
“They [the Roar] are a good side and have recruited well in the off season so we’re looking forward to a tough game, but I think we’ll do well,” O’Doherty said.
“I think if we play our football and stick to our structure we can get the job done,” Fitzgerald urged.
Some of the best supporters in the league are expected to make an impact in Mudgee.
If you’ve never been to an A-League game before, the atmosphere the Red and Black Bloc (RBB) brings will sure be a positive shock to the system.
If they’ve never experienced the atmosphere of a football game before, then this is the best way to do it because the RBB bring the best atmosphere.Jordan O'Doherty
“So if they can bring a good amount to the game and mix with the community of Mudgee, then it’s going to be a really nice atmosphere.”
Fitzgerald and O’Doherty say the match is the perfect opportunity for everyone to enjoy some new experiences.
“It’s always good to bring football out to the regional areas. Everyone deserves to see football at the highest level,” O’Doherty said.
“We’ve never been out there before and it’s great to get out to the regional towns,” Fitzgerald said.
“We have a lot of foreigners in our team as well and they will see different parts of Australia,” he continued.
The Wanderers take on Brisbane Roar on Saturday, November, 10 at 5.35pm at Glen Willow Stadium.
“We’re really looking forward to it,” O’Doherty said.