Players give lift to fans
WESTFIELD Mt Druitt has become a favourite location of the Western Sydney Wanderers when they want to connect with football fans.
Players visited the centre several weeks ago and invited fans to get up close and personal.
The halls of Mt Druitt Westfield were shrouded in black, red and white as an army of fans crowded in for a closer look at their idols.
The most popular — Kerem Bulut, team captain Nikolai Topor-Stanley, goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne and new South American signing Bruno Pinatares – all turned out to sign autographs and pose for selfies.
Some of the players will be back at Westfield tomorrow (Thursday), more specifically the Wanderers Shop, from 11.30am-12.30pm.
They’ll be available to sign merchandise and autographs and also have their photos taken. There’ll be instore activities such as a FIFA gaming zone.
For more information, visit: westfield.com.au/ mtdruitt.
Kerem Bulut meets Kiama Forty, 10, at the last Wanderers meet and greet at Westfield Mt Druitt. Picture: Carmela Roche