2010–11 Sydney FC season

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Sydney FC
2010–2011 season
Chairman Scott Barlow
Manager Vítězslav Lavička
A-League 9th
AFC Champions League Qualified
Top goalscorer Bruno Cazarine (9 goals)
Highest home attendance 12,106 (Round 1 vs Melbourne Victory
Lowest home attendance 4,012 (Round 16 vs Wellington Phoenix
Home colours
Away colours

The 2010–11 season was Sydney FC's sixth consecutive season in the A-League since the competition's inception. The club will compete in the 2011 AFC Champions League after finishing premiers and champions in the 2009–10 A-League. In the preseason, Sydney hosted the inaugural Sydney Festival of Football, which saw competition between three clubs from different European leagues and Sydney FC.

2010–11 squad[edit]

Players included in a Sydney FC squad in the 2010–11 season Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Australia GK Liam Reddy
2 Australia DF Sebastian Ryall (Youth)
3 Switzerland DF Stephan Keller
5 Australia DF Hayden Foxe
6 Japan MF Hirofumi Moriyasu
7 Australia MF Brendan Gan
8 Australia MF Stuart Musialik
9 Brazil FW Bruno Cazarine
10 Australia MF Nick Carle (Australian Marquee)
11 Australia FW Kofi Danning (Youth)
12 Australia MF Shannon Cole
13 Australia DF Antony Golec (Youth)
No. Position Player
15 Northern Ireland MF Terry McFlynn (Captain)
16 Australia MF Terry Antonis (Youth)
17 Australia DF Matthew Jurman (Youth)
18 Finland FW Juho Mäkelä
19 Australia FW Mark Bridge
20 Australia GK Ivan Necevski
21 Australia DF Scott Jamieson
22 South Korea DF Byun Sung-Hwan
23 Australia MF Rhyan Grant (Youth)
24 Australia MF Dimitri Petratos (Injury replacement player)

Transfers[edit]

Pre-Season[edit]

Out

Player To League Fee
Australia Steve Corica Retired[1]
Australia Mitchell Prentice Contract Terminated[2]
Slovakia Karol Kisel Czech Republic Slavia Prague[3][4] Czech Republic Gambrinus liga Released
Australia Simon Colosimo Australia Melbourne Heart[5] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia John Aloisi Australia Melbourne Heart[6] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Clint Bolton Australia Melbourne Heart[7] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Sam Gallagher Australia Central Coast Mariners[8] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Adam Casey Australia North Queensland Fury[9] Australia Hyundai A-League Released
Australia Chris Payne Australia North Queensland Fury[10] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Iain Ramsay Australia Adelaide United[11] Australia Hyundai A-League Free

In

Player From League Fee
Australia Liam Reddy New Zealand Wellington Phoenix[12] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Scott Jamieson Australia Adelaide United[13] Australia Hyundai A-League Free
Australia Nick Carle England Crystal Palace FC[14] England Football League Championship Free
Australia Terry Antonis Australia AIS Australia A-League National Youth League Free
Japan Hirofumi Moriyasu Australia APIA Leichhardt Tigers[15] New South Wales NSW Premier League Not disclosed
Brazil Bruno Cazarine Constantino Brazil Vila Nova Futebol Clube[16] Brazil Campeonato Brasileiro Série B Free

January Transfer Window & Asian Champions League Signings[edit]

Out

Player To League Fee
Australia Alex Brosque Japan Shimizu S-Pulse[17] Japan J-League $400,000
South Korea Byun Sung-Hwan Released Released

In

Player From League Fee
Finland Juho Mäkelä Finland HJK Helsinki[18] Finland Veikkausliiga Free
Australia David Williams Australia North Queensland Fury[19] Australia A-League 6 Month Loan Deal
Australia Andrew Durante New Zealand Wellington Phoenix[20] New Zealand A-League 6 Month Loan Deal

Players re-signed (pre-season)

Player Resigned for
Australia Ivan Necevski 1 Year[21]
Australia Stuart Musialik 1 Year[22]
Australia Hayden Foxe 1 Year[23]
Northern Ireland Terry McFlynn 3 Years[24]
Switzerland Stephan Keller 1 Year[25]
Australia Alex Brosque 3 Years[26]
Australia Mark Bridge 2 Years[27]
Australia Sebastian Ryall 2 Years[28]
Australia Rhyan Grant 2 Years[29]

Players re-signed (mid-season)

Player Resigned for
Japan Hirofumi Moriyasu 2 Years[30]
Australia Ivan Necevski 2 years[31]

Pre-season & mid-season triallists[edit]

Events[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

May[edit]

June[edit]

  • 15th: Sydney FC play their first pre-season friendly against Manly United and win 2–1.
  • 22nd: Sydney FC play their second pre-season friendly against Macarthur Rams and win 1–0.
  • 30th: Sydney FC play their third pre-season friendly against Marconi Stallions and win 3–1.

July[edit]

Sydney FC v Everton, 10 July 2010

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

  • 4th: Sydney FC lose their 5th game of the season, going down 2–1 to Adelaide United at the Sydney Football Stadium. The loss keeps them at the bottom of the ladder, without a win after 9 rounds.[57]
  • 16th: 3–0 loss to The City Derby rivals Melbourne Victory at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne. The loss keeps them at the bottom of the ladder on 4 points.[58]
  • 24th: Sydney FC finally win their first game of the season, in the 11th Round, with a crushing 3–0 victory over mid-table stragglers Perth Glory at nib stadium in Perth. Brazilian import Bruno Cazarine scoring twice on either side of half time, and Alex Brosque giving the Sky Blues some mid-season hope.[59]
  • 30th: A 1–1 draw against 2nd on the table Brisbane Roar gives Sydney a 2-game unbeaten streak.[60]

November[edit]

December[edit]

January 2011[edit]

February 2011[edit]

March 2011[edit]

April 2011[edit]

May 2011[edit]

  • 3rd: Sydney FC lose 3–1 to Suwon Samsung Bluewings in the return leg. Bruno Cazarine scoring his third goal in the Champions League. Sydney had to win this game, to provide any chance of progressing through the round of 16.[90]
  • 10th: Sydney FC lose their final ACL group game in Tokyo, Japan against J-League club Kashima Antlers. Sydney FC took the lead mid-way through the first half via a Matthew Jurman header, but failed to hold on, conceding two soft second half goals as the Japanese side ran out 2–1 winners.[91]

Pre-Season[edit]

2010 Sydney Festival Of Football[edit]

Main Article: Sydney Festival of Football, Sydney Festival of Football 2010

2010–11 A-League Season[edit]


Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Brisbane Roar (C) 30 18 11 1 58 26 +32 65 2012 AFC Champions League Group stage
2 Central Coast Mariners 30 16 9 5 50 31 +19 57
3 Adelaide United 30 15 5 10 51 36 +15 50 2012 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off
4 Gold Coast United 30 12 10 8 40 32 +8 46 2011 A-League Finals Series
5 Melbourne Victory 30 11 10 9 45 39 +6 43
6 Wellington Phoenix 30 12 5 13 39 41 −2 41
7 Newcastle Jets 30 9 8 13 29 33 −4 35
8 Melbourne Heart 30 8 11 11 32 42 −10 35
9 Sydney FC 30 8 10 12 35 40 −5 34
10 Perth Glory 30 5 8 17 27 54 −27 23
11 North Queensland Fury 30 4 7 19 28 60 −32 19 Disbanded at end of season

Source: the-AFC.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
1First place through to sixth place qualify for the 2011 A-League Finals Series.
2First place qualifies for the 2012 AFC Champions League Group stage.
3Winning the 2011 A-League Grand Final automatically earns qualification for the 2012 AFC Champions League Group stage, unless first place are champions.
4Second place qualifies for the 2012 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off, unless they qualify for the 2011 A-League Grand Final alongside first place or become A-League Champions, subsequently third place then qualify for the 2012 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off.

Asian Champions League Campaign[edit]

Sydney FC have been drawn into Group H of the 2011 AFC Champions League. They will face off against Japan's Kashima Antlers, People's Republic of China Shanghai Shenhua and South Korea's Suwon Samsung Bluewings.

Notes

Group Ladder[edit]

Group H
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
South Korea Suwon Bluewings 6 3 3 0 12 3 +9 12
Japan Kashima Antlers 6 3 3 0 9 3 +6 12
Australia Sydney FC 6 1 2 3 6 11 −5 5
China Shanghai Shenhua 6 0 2 4 3 13 −10 2

A-League Season Statistics[edit]

Leading scorers[edit]

Sydney FC A-League Top Scorers

  • Correct as of Round 24
Rank Scorer Goals
1 Brazil Bruno Cazarine 9
2 Australia Alex Brosque 6
3 Australia Shannon Cole 3
Australia Dimitri Petratos 3
4 Finland Juho Mäkelä 2
Australia Brendan Gan 2
5 Australia Scott Jamieson 1
Australia Rhyan Grant 1
Australia Nicky Carle 1
Northern Ireland Terry McFlynn 1
Switzerland Stephan Keller 1
Australia Mark Bridge 1
Japan Hirofumi Moriyasu 1

Discipline[edit]

  • Correct as of Round 10
Name Cautions Booked 2nd Caution – Send-Off BookedBookedRed card Send-Offs Red card
Australia Nick Carle 1
Australia Alex Brosque 1
Australia Shannon Cole 1
Australia Sebastian Ryall 1
Australia Hayden Foxe 2
Australia Scott Jamieson 4
Australia Stuart Musialik 2
Australia Mark Bridge 2
South Korea Byun Sung-Hwan 2 1
Switzerland Stephan Keller 2
Brazil Bruno Cazarine 1

Home Attendance[edit]

  • Correct as of Round 30
Round Opponent Attendance
1 Melbourne Victory 12,106
4 Central Coast Mariners 10,147
5 Adelaide United 7,558
7 Gold Coast United 9,977
8 North Queensland Fury 6,978
9 Adelaide United 7, 071
12 Brisbane Roar 10,746
13 Newcastle Jets 8,512
14 Perth Glory 6,654
16 Wellington Phoenix 4,012
19 Brisbane Roar 7,554
21 Melbourne Heart 6,639
23 Gold Coast United 6,135
24 Melbourne Victory 11,387
29 Wellington Phoenix 4,372
Total Attendance 119,848
Average Attendance 7,990

Injury List[edit]

Correct as of Round 10

Name Injury Date Return
Australia Mark Bridge Hamstring Strain vs Melbourne Victory, Round 1 Round 4 v Central Coast Mariners
Australia Alex Brosque Ankle (sustained at training), Midweek Round 4 or Round 5
Northern Ireland Terry McFlynn Hamstring (sustained at training), Midweek Round 5 or Round 6
Australia Nick Carle Toe Injury v Central Coast Mariners Round 7
South Korea Byun Sung-Hwan Hamstring Strain v North Queensland Fury Round 10
Australia Nick Carle Foot Injury v Brisbane Roar Round 18

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