Scoring against a former club isn’t a priority for NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge.
Scoring against a former club isn-t a priority for NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge.
The outcome for this Saturday evening is simple for the 27-year-old – and it doesn-t matter who the opponent is.
“I want us to get the Premiership and I want to keep this run going,” Bridge said.
“I don-t care if it-s against Sydney FC or a friend like Danny Vukovic.”
It-s been a brilliant season for Bridge who made the move to Wanderers from the Sky Blues.
“It feels that little bit more special being here,” he said.
“I am from Western Sydney and I am enjoying my time.
“The coaching staff is honest with how they approach the game and players.
“I think the relationship between backroom staff and players in great – and it-s worked obviously in our club-s favour.”
Bridge values the passion for football from Western Sydney fans – particularly looking ahead to this weekend-s Derby.
He-s even had to turn down a couple of well-known friends.
“Alex Brosque messaged me for tickets but you can-t get them anywhere.
“It-s good for the club, and it-s just going to get bigger and bigger.”
Mark Bridge has teamed up with Sydney FC Terry McFlynn to raise awareness for the Cancer Council NSW-s Campaign ‘MatevMate- – You can fundraise here: Mark Bridge Fundraise Page.