I’ve always believed that community is the most important aspect of life, and that is what I found at Steel United.
Moving from Adelaide was really tough for me. I left behind family, friends, and a club I loved playing for. Steel made being away from home so much easier.
As soon as I entered the club, I was made to feel a part of the community by not only coaches and players, but also the supporters and club as a whole.
Steel ignited my passion for playing, but also to be part of the Whyalla community as a whole. I developed relationships and connections within the town that I will carry with me for life.
I’d like to thank the club for having me for my 3 years in Whyalla. As the club song says “a team called United’s a pleasure to see” – and play for.