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Senior Team 2018

Port Melbourne SC senior coach, Adam Piddick along with his senior coaching staff are excited to welcome the following players into our Senior Team List for 2018.

  • Francesco Stella
  • Alan Kearney
  • Alan Mulchay
  • James Papadimitriou
  • Perry Lambropoulos
  • Matthew Mtoumenopoulos
  • Kamal Ibrahim
  • Yuta Konagaya
  • Robert Stella
  • Finn Olsen
  • Kris Klousis

This carefully selected team of talented players suggests a very promising season ahead.

 

Kick off 2018 pre-season program

The coaching and administration staff are looking forward to welcoming you all.

Please note that there are 5 important items ensuring an efficient and smooth 2018 induction program.

1)  Training schedules for initial 2 pre-season weeks (adaptation/induction cycle):

Commencing Wednesday 8th November 2017

  • U12’s  5:45pm-7:15pm       Wednesday/Friday
  • U13’s  5:45pm-7:15pm       Wednesday/Friday
  • U14’s  5:45pm-7:15pm       Wednesday/Friday
  • U15’s  7:30pm-9pm             Wednesday/Friday
  • U16’s  7:30pm-9pm             Wednesday/Friday

NB-the training schedules will vary after the induction/adaptation period are completed. We will confirm the final preseason program dates early next week. The training schedules for the 2018 season will be confirmed at a later date.

2) Team Managers:

The ongoing support & team management for all junior NPL teams is a critical component to our football program . Ideally, we would like one team manager along with an assistant manager for every team. These roles are currently available, would love to see parents get in involved. Should you have any interest in becoming involved in the team management program, please register your interest via email to : info@portmelbournesc.com.au

3) Player/Family Profile:

If you have not completed your player/family profile, please attend to it as a matter of urgency. Just click on the link below, it will take you, no more than 10 minutes!

Play/Family Profile Link: https://form.jotform.co/73021322088851

4) Uniform sizing:

Please note that we are sizing up the players this Friday 10th November for our 2018 kits (don’t stress if you cannot make it this week, we will measure the balance of players next week). It would be great to have all players attend on Friday night, in order to ensure a smooth process  for this is very important process.

5) Player Instalment:

Finally, just a friendly reminder that the next player instalment due on the 30th of November 2017.

Port Melbourne SC Announce New Board

Port Melbourne SC is delighted to announce a newly elected board who are committed to the development of football and elite players of the future.

 

The new president James Vakrinos said he was proud to sign our fulltime NPL Technical Director Andy Elderton whose background includes, Victoria State League Seniors Coach & UK Academy Coach.

 

James went on to announce the signing of Adam Piddick as seniors coach. For the past two years Adam has been Moreton Bay FC NPL Technical Director and NPL Seniors Head Coach, achieving outstanding results in Queensland.

 

James is supported by, Bill Romanovski, Dario Serra, Giulio Avian, Ben Collingwood, Lori Serra & Darren Hose.

Match Preview: Heidelberg United V Port Melbourne

Heidelberg United v Port Melbourne Sharks
4.00pm, Sunday, June 14, 2015
Olympic Village, Heidelberg West
Twitter: Live updates @nplvictoria, ‪#HUvPM #PS4NPLVIC

Last round:
Heidelberg United 1 – 0 Werribee City
Pascoe Vale 1 – 0 Port Melbourne

Form:
HU: DDWWW
PM: DWDLL

Last time they met:
Port Melbourne 0 – 2 Heidelberg United

After two draws in May, Heidelberg is back to its best.

Fresh from a simple win over State 3 side Caulfield United Cobras in its FFA Cup qualifier, George Katsakis’ men face a trickier task.

But Port Melbourne is an enigma.

After two losses on the trot and a week off, the Sharks will be desperate for a win.

They’ve had an extra week to work out how to best utilise new signing Adrian Zahra, and what better time for him to make his mark on the competition than against a Heidelberg side that’s been one of the league’s best.
A win here is invaluable for Port Melbourne, who currently sits three points outside of finals.

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