South Melbourne FC legend Ange Postecoglou has sent a message of support to his former club ahead of their massive FFA Cup Round of 32 clash against Melbourne City on Friday night.
South will host the reigning A-League Champions City at Lakeside Stadium in the first ever encounter between the two clubs.
A spot in the FFA Cup Round of 16 on the line, and both sides are no strangers to the big occasions.
South is a former National Soccer League giant, with four National League titles to their name. And Postecoglou was involved in all four - twice as a player, and twice as the Head Coach.
Now leading one of the famous clubs in the world, Celtic FC, Postecoglou has shown once again he still has South Melbourne in his heart wherever he goes.
Watch Ange's message of support below:
You can catch all the action from Friday’s match live and free via 10 Play.
South Melbourne vs Melbourne City
Date: Friday, 12 October 2021, 7:30pm AEDT
Venue: Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park
Broadcast: Live & fee via 10 Play
Tickets: Buy here
International fans can watch the game via our official YouTube channel.
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