Thursday, 7 August 2008 3:52 PM
In this week’s edition, smfc.com.au has caught up with SMFC goalkeeper Tommi Tomich
Tomich has impressed all at lakeside in his short stint at the club, playing a key role in South’s second half of the season, as well as providing Michael Michalakopoulos with another quality goalkeeping option alongside veteran Dean Anastasiadis.
With a massive contest against Richmond coming up this Friday night, Tommi was kind enough to spare a minute of his time to answer a few questions about himself.
It varies, but in Perth I was known as T (pronounced tee)
What has been your career highlight to date?
It would have to be my debut for Perth Glory in the Hyundai A-League against Melbourne Victory.
What has been your career low point to date?
This would have to be being released by Perth Glory at the end of last season
What is your favourite type of music?
I love listening to Hip Hop
What is your favourite overseas club?
The one and only Arsenal of England
What is your Favourite AFL club?
Who is the footballer you most admire (any code of football)?
This would have to be Thierry Henry of Barcelona (formerly of Arsenal). He is a world class player in front of goal, which he combines with extreme speed and skill that is second to none. Cannot get enough of watching him play.
What is your favourite food?
Who is your funniest team-mate?
This is a very tough call, we have a great squad at South. However standouts would be the veteran Dean Anastasiadis, Sammy Poutakidis and Ricky Diaco. These guys are always good to have a laugh with.
Who is better looking, Megan Gale or Jennifer Hawkins?
What are you future ambitions?
My ambition is to be playing professional football once again. Given my experience in the A-League, I would love to be playing at that level once again.
Your house is on fire and you have been told you can only take one thing with you. What would you take?
My girlfriend without a doubt!
Do you have any final comments for the SMFC faithful?
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone club – staff, players and supporters – for making my short time so far at South fantastic. Everyone has made me feel so welcome and this has been great to help me settle in.