Canberra Olympic to face Perth club Sorrento FC in round of 32 Olympic coach Frank Cachia watched the draw from the back seat of a taxi in Sydney when his phone started lighting up a little after 3pm.
"I must have on a delay because Twitter started going off before I saw anything on the stream and then the messages started coming through thick and fast," Cachia said. "Straight away the boys are really excited to go on a trip and it being so far away in Perth just adds to it. It's going to test how we prepare, it's long flight and obviously need to get acclimatised to some extent to make sure the boys best deals on oakley sunglasses are right to go." Cachia said he's already put some time into Sorrento and is bracing for a tough contest in the men's sunglasses oakley west. "Once we qualified for the round of 32 we went through all the other teams just to see where they were on the tables and things like that and they were certainly towards the top end of their ladder," Cachia said. "It'll be tough going somewhere we've never been to play against a team we don't know too much about, but we have a quality team and I'm confident the boys can get the win." Olympic have only played once interstate, a 3 2 loss against the Brisbane Strikers in the NPL club championships last September. "Obviously this is a tougher assignment again, but it's a challenge the boys are already looking forward to," Cachia said. "Competition for places are heating up and it will depend on how many we can afford to take, I'm not sure how many exactly but I think we get given an allowance for 20 odd people from the FFA. "We'll try and get as many boys there as we can, even if they oakley sport sunglasses don't make the final squad of 16 because we want to make sure everyone is a part of it. "They've all contributed oakley replacement lenses and are as important as each other, so we want to make sure they're all included.
" The FFA will cover Olympic's flights and one night's accommodation but Cachia confirmed the club will stay in Perth for at least two nights. "We might end up having to foot the bill for some of it but I hope our sponsors can see the benefit of having our team play on the national stage," Cachia said. Olympic avoided an A League club with champions Sydney FC heading north to face the Darwin Rovers, Heidelberg United will host Perth Glory, Peninsula Power welcome last year's Cup winners Melbourne City FC, and Blacktown City meet the Central Coast Mariners.
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