Parramatta FC add A-League strength to their side

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New boys to the NSW Premier League Parramatta FC have sent a message out to the other clubs in the competition after signing Newcastle Jets youngster Brodie Mooy and Gold Coast United utility man Matthew Osman for the remainder of the season.

Mooy brings Premier League experience to Parramatta after having a strong career with Blacktown City, Manly United and Marconi Stallions as well as three senior appearances for Newcastle Jets. The tall striker is hoping to add to the four goals the side have already scored this season.

Osman brings a level of maturity and skill to the Eagles’ squad. After plying his trade for the last six seasons of the Hyundai A-League with Central Coast Mariners and Gold Coast United, this right footed midfielder will be working towards Parramatta staying up in the Premier League.

Both players are fit and will be available to play in their match against Sutherland Sharks tonight at Seymour Shaw Park.

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