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'Humbled, proud' coach Juric to extend Sydney ALW stay

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Ante Juric will look to continue his trophy-laden run with A-League Women outfit Sydney FC after agreeing a two-year contract extension with the club.

Ante Juric.
Ante Juric. Picture: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

Sydney FC's three-time championship-winning A-League Women coach Ante Juric has signed a new two-year deal with the club.

The former Socceroo, who will remain with the Sky Blues until at least the end of the 2025-26 season, is the longest-serving coach in the competition.

Under Juric's watch over the last nine seasons, Sydney have been a constant presence in the battle for ALW silverware, as well as developing several Matildas for the national team.

"I am humbled to be offered a contract extension taking me through to season 2025-26 as I have thoroughly enjoyed coaching and working for the club," Juric said.

"This will take me to nine seasons with Sydney FC and I am extremely proud, as it reflects on the good work the coaching staff and I have done over the years.

"Our enthusiasm and passion has got stronger and I am excited at the thought of what we can continue to achieve and build on this dynasty of success we are enjoying."

New Zealand international Hannah Wilkinson, who holds Melbourne City's goalscoring record, will leave the club after three seasons.

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