Steve Corica to retire at end of season

Sydney FC captain Steve Corica today announced that this will be his final year as a player, moving smoothly into a coaching role at the club. With the big match against Melbourne this Sunday to decide the Premiership, it adds just a little more spice to an already thrilling end of season.

Personally, I’ve loved watching Corica play in the Sky-Blue shirt for the last five years and I’d like to wish him all the best in his future endeavors. Here’s hoping he can go out on the highest note possible – how about a Premiership/Championship double – perhaps with a few goals to go with it?

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