The Bulls are delighted to announce central defender Tomi Uskok, has put pen to paper with the club on a two-year deal.
Uskok links with the club following an 18-month stint with Western United.
The 30-year-old is no stranger to football in the region, having played with Sydney United 58 in the NSW NPL, before linking with United.
The six-foot-four’s signing further bolsters the Bulls already towering defensive line, with Uskok joining fellow defenders Aleksandar Šušnjar at six-foot-three and Aleksandar Jovanović standing at six-foot-five.
Speaking on his announcement with the Bulls, Uskok said:
“I’m extremely excited to be joining the Bulls.”
“The club had a great first season in the league and I’m looking to help build on that.” Uskok added.
“Speaking with Ante about the club and the style of football he wants to play is very appealing, and I’m looking forward to starting pre-season.”
Uskok mentioned he was looking forward to the atmosphere of the cowbells at Campbelltown.
“The cowbells are very unique to the league; they make a lot of noise. I’m looking forward to hearing all the fans this season.”
Head Coach, Ante Milicic said:
“Tomi is a player I’ve been monitoring from a distance for a while, having played the majority of his football recently in NSW.
“He is a leader on and off the pitch and provides us great versatility in our defensive third.”
“I’m sure he will adapt to the surroundings very quickly.” Milicic said.