Sydney Olympic have continued its recruitment process for the 2020 NPL NSW Men’s season by confirming former NPL NSW Men’s Player of the Year Adam Parkhouse will call Belmore Sports Ground home.
Parkhouse will swap Cromer Park where the flying midfielder spent the majority of his time at with Manly United before playing in the A-League with the Wellington Phoenix before returning to the Northern Beaches this year.
Parkhouse was excited about joining new coach Terry Palapanis and his teammates for the 2020 season.
“ I was flattered when the club approached me about signing. I’ve enjoyed playing at Manly over the last few years but a new club brings new challenges and I can’t wait to get started.
“Olympic have a strong history and tradition and have always had a strong team, I’m really excited to join the group and add what I can to the team. I have always kept in touch with Terry and I’m looking forward to working with him this season.”
Parkhouse will also be joined by former Sutherland Sharks keeper Anthony Bouzanis who will also call Belmore Sports Ground home.