Play­ers give lift to fans

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS - Danielle Jarvis

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: mt­druitt.

Kerem Bu­lut meets Kiama Forty, 10, at the last Wan­der­ers meet and greet at Westfield Mt Druitt. Pic­ture: Carmela Roche

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