To see Bruno in Bondi today...

 

Sydney host Roar at the SFS as part of a double-header on Saturday that also includes  the Central Coast Mariners and Perth Glory clash.

Cazarine, with four goals this season, goes into the clash with confidence high after his fourth goal of the season helped Sydney break their duck in an impressive 3-0 win over Glory in Perth last week.

Despite the loss of Henrique, Cazarine is still wary of Roar’s famed attacking game with Reinaldo and his track record of goals in this league a potential match-winner.

“He’s played here I think for four years and he’s a very strong player, fast and good in the air. For us it will be very difficult against Brisbane,” he told au.fourfourtwo.com.

“They are playing very well this season and with good quality so we know it will be hard tomorrow so we must concentrate in the first 15 minutes to make sure we don’t concede a goal.

“We need to start well and concentrate because they have faster players and they move the ball very quickly in the first 15 minutes is very important for us.”

The Brazilian, on a one-year contract in Sydney, said the confidence had returned to the squad after last week’s first win of the season.

“We have to improve we know and play well the whole game to take the three points tomorrow,” he said.

Cazarine and two Brazilian dancers caused a stir at Bondi Beach today as the club went all out to promote Saturday’s clash with Roar.

It came on the back of coach Vitezslav Lavicka climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge earlier in the week as part of a promise the Czech  mentor made after the sky blues won their first game of the season last week.

“It was different for me because we are always training. It’s nice so I enjoy," added Cazarine who was mobbed by young fans. 

And commencing at tomorrow’s home clash with Roar, Sydney FC will present "Members Rewards". All Sydney FC members attending any home games from this point forward will have the chance to win prizes. See Sydney’s website for more details.

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