New Signings add Pace and Scoring

Parramatta FC adds pace and goals to the squad


Parramatta FC is excited to announce the signing of three attacking weapons to the first-grade squad for the 2018 season and beyond with Zak Elriche, Yayha Elhindi and Hus Jasli joining the club. 

 These signings, along with recently announced Ahmad Elrich, highlights the club’s investment in on field success for the coming years.

 1st grade Leo Carle is excited about the continued investment the club is making in the squad.

 “Bringing players to the team like Zak, Yayha and Hus highlights the direction this club is headed. These guys are some of the best talent in the league and to have them representing our club will bring plenty of enjoyment to our fans in coming weeks”.

 These three new signings will add to the high-quality roster the Parramatta FC is forming for the remaining 2018 NPL season and beyond.

 “The club has proven Socceroo’s representatives in the squad with Jason Trifiro and Ahmad Elrich as well as some of the best young talent in Matthew Lecce and captain Raimond Coletta”, added Carle. “While the club has seen some challenges in the past few years, there are not many other NPL clubs that can boast the quality roster we are assembling”.

 In announcing these key signing Carle also added that “the fact that these men were Parramatta juniors, or came up through the local Granville Association, helps to highlight the pathway programme that Parramatta FC offers as we continue to invest in player development”.


Zak Elriche has proven himself to be one of the NPL’s best dribbler’s and attacker’s in today’s modern game. A goal scoring winger, and one of the fastest players in the league, Zak was a Parramatta FC junior before moving through the Western Sydney Wanderers youth system. Zak debuted for the club last weekend and was instrumental in the team’s 3-0 victory over top of the table Mount Druitt.


Yayha Elhindi joins the club after a successful stint at Sydney Olympic over the past two years, making 28 appearances for the club. Yayha is one of the most technically gifted players to represent Parramatta FC and will control our midfield and defensive structures.


Huseyin (Hus) Jasli, started playing football at age 6 with Parramatta Eagles before moving to the Northern Spirit at age 12. At 16, Hus moved to Marconi Stallions and following a move to Sutherland made his NPL debut at only 19. In recent years Hus has represented Rockdale and Bankstown, scoring 14 goals in the past 12 months.