Western Sydney Wanderers FC are proud to announce the return of Sham Khamis for the upcoming W-League season.
Khamis previously played for the club back in 2014 and featured in three matches before seasons at Sydney FC, Canberra United, and more recently, Melbourne Victory.
The experienced goalkeeper has been a regular in the domestic football scene and has played 50 games between the sticks in the national competition.
Head coach Catherine Cannuli welcomed the Western Sydney local back to the club.
“It’s fantastic to welcome Sham back to the club as she understands what it means to represent the region with pride and passion,” said Cannuli.
“Sham brings with her an abundance of experience and a winning mentality that we look forward to having in the team this season.”
Khamis said she was delighted to represent the region where she grew up.
“I’ve grown up in Western Sydney, it is my home and it’s only fitting that I finally return and put the Red & Black on,” said Khamis.
“I know I have so much left to give, especially to a club that continues to grow and establish themselves in the league.
“I can’t wait for this season to get started because I know my values and passion aligns with what the Wanderers stand for.
“I had last season off last year, so for me personally it’s about getting back into playing at this level and enjoying the environment and intensity at which we train and play at.
“For the club, we want to make Finals. We’ve made the Finals once in our history, so this year we want to make sure we start strong and make the Top Four. I believe we have the squad to do so.”