Sydney FC have added former Central Coast Mariners boss Phil Moss to their coaching staff as an assistant to double-winning coach Graham Arnold.
Moss, who worked alongside Arnold at the Mariners, will join Steve Corica as an additional coaching resource along with John Crawley and Andrew Clark.
“Being a Sydney boy it is an honour to be working for a club as big as Sydney FC,” said Moss.
“I’m very confident I can add more passion, experience and help improve on the remarkable job which was done last season.
“After winning the double and with the challenge of the AFC Champions League ahead, I look to contribute to the club’s success.
“It’s fantastic to be joining the club at such an exciting time and it’s a big challenge.”
Moss will have responsibility for assisting staff on a day-to-day basis on the training field with the Sky Blues set for a busy campaign.
Not only do they have their Hyundai A-League title defence to worry about but also the Westfield FFA Cup and AFC Champions League campaign.
“Phil has already had experience in coaching in the A-League and will bring those experiences to our club,” Arnold said.
“I’m delighted to be able to bring him on board and strengthen our coaching team.
“I look forward to working with Phil in the future to progress Sydney FC.”
Sydney FC’s players will return for pre-season next Monday, July 3 ahead of their high-profile friendly against English Premier League giants Arsenal Thursday, July 13.