Western United winger Christian Theoharous and assistant coach Hayden Foxe will appear on The Green Room on FNR this Wednesday from 7pm AEDT.
Both Theoharous and Foxe joined Western United at the beginning of the 2021/22 Isuzu UTE A-League season and will discuss their opening months at the Club.
Returning to Australian football after three seasons with Borussia Monchengladbach in Germany, Theoharous has made four appearances for the Green and Black so far this season, three of which have come in the league.
The 22-year-old has started two of those matches and already registered his first assist in a cameo off the bench against Wellington Phoenix in January.
Theoharous will join the show to detail his experiences in Germany, his journey back to Australia and his goals for the future as he continues his development at Western United.
Foxe is now in his fourth assistant coach position in the A-League Men having previously worked under John Aloisi at Melbourne Heart before successful stints with Tony Popovic at Western Sydney Wanderers and Perth Glory.
Hayden Foxe has been instrumental in Western United’s defensive success
Since arriving at Western United, Foxe has had a major impact on the team’s defensive structure, with just eight goals conceded and six clean sheets through the opening 10 matches of the league campaign.
The immediate effect has been felt by the players who have repeatedly praised Foxe’s influence on and off the pitch.
On The Green Room, Foxe will open up on his role and how he has enjoyed reuniting with Aloisi, as well as the vision for the remainder of the season as Western United looks to continue its challenge at the top end of the A-League Men table.
To find out more about The Green Room on FNR and to catch up on previous episodes, visit The Green Room page on the Western United website.