The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2016-09-23T03:34:30Z Sydney Olympic Football Club announces John Boulous as CEO 2016-09-23T03:34:30Z sydney-olympic-football-club-announces-john-boulous-as-ceo The Board of the Sydney Olympic Football Club today announced the appointment of John Boulous to the role of Chief Executive Officer. With over 15 years experience in management and executive roles across Cricket, Football and Rugby League, John's appointment to the role at Sydney Olympic is a further demonstration of the winds of change that are taking the Club into a new era. "The Board and I came to the conclusion that in order to achieve the goals and aspirations we have for the Club, we needed an individual with demonstrated experience and vision to lead the Club on that journey" said Bill Papas, President, Sydney Olympic FC". "Fortunately for us, we were able to attract someone of the calibre of John into the role and we're most excited at the prospects of what the future holds with John at the helm". "In particular, his experience at Football Federation Tasmania, FIFA and Football Federation Australia will be invaluable in the development of the Club's program" said Papas. The announcement of Boulous's appointment coincides with Sydney Olympics celebratory End of Season Event at Belmore Park this Sunday. "There's much to celebrate this Sunday. The official launch of our new brand, the announcement of our program for 2017, the sharing of our vision for the future of the Club, the Legends V NSL All Stars game, and now, the welcoming of a highly experienced professional into the role of CEO means that there's never been a more exciting time to be a Sydney Olympic FC supporter" said Papas. Boubous's appointment as CEO is effective of Monday 26th September. ENDS About Sydney Olympic Football Club Sydney Olympic Football Club is based in Belmore, Sydney, New South Wales and plays in the PS4 National Premier League (NSW). Founded as Pan-Hellenic Soccer Club in 1957 by Greek immigrants, the Club changed its name to Sydney Olympic in 1977. Sydney Olympic FC have won many trophies in Australian football, including two National Soccer League Championships, two National Soccer League Cups, the National Soccer League Minor Premiership and two NSW Premier League Championships. The Club has also won the Johnny Warren Cup, the Brett Emerton Cup, the National Youth League Championship, the National Youth League Minor Premiership and the NSW Premier League Club Championship. About John Boulous John Boulous has over 15 years experience in Management and Executive roles across Cricket, Football and Rugby League. John's roles have included: CEO and COO of Parramatta National Rugby League Club; CEO of Football Federation Tasmania; Regional Presenter - FIFA Futuro III; National Participation and Game Development Manager, Football Federation Australia and Community Cricket Officer, Cricket NSW. Celebration of the new era of Sydney Olympic FC and must see Legends Game 25 September! 2016-09-14T01:41:26Z celebration-of-the-new-era-of-sydney-olympic-fc-and-must-see-legends-game-25-september Sydney, Australia 14 September 2016. After a spate of bad weather postponed the original date, the Sydney Olympic FC’s End of Season function and Legends versus NSL All Stars game will be held on Sunday 25th September, 2pm kick off, Belmore Sports Ground.   “We’re so excited to be staging this significant event to celebrate the new era of Sydney Olympic FC, including our new brand” said Bill Papas, President, Sydney Olympic FC. “Unfortunately, bad weather meant we had to postpone the original event – but I’m pleased to say that now it will be even better and a fitting end to the season we’ve had” “The event will be filled with entertainment for the whole family” said Papas. With the Legends game, great food, fun atmosphere -  it’s certainly a date that no Sydney Olympic FC supporter, past or present, would want to miss”   Supporters will get to see past greats such as Marshall Soper, Gary Meier, Mark Kousas, Peter Katholos, Ken Wilson, Derek Laing, Danny Moulis, Jim Ziras, Terry Patalis, Abbas Saad, Robert Hooker, David Barett, Ztlako Nastevski, Jim Patikas, Pablo Cardozo, Scott Baillie, Angelo Petratos, Steve Chilas, Blago Milicevic, Vince Savoca, Peter Tsekenis, Eric Hristodolou, Joe Rizoto, Claudio Canosa , Nelio Borges, Dez Marton, Gus Cerro, just to name a few. And of course the legend Andreas Megale is looking to make a cameo appearance. Former national coaches Rale Rasic and Raul Blanco will be there on the bench calling the shots,. Con Diomis  ex NSL referee will be refereeing the game with fellow referees from the NSL days Andy Paschalidis will do the live commentary and interviews one of the best in the business. “We’d also like to thank Paul Kougias and our sponsor Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club for providing the kits for the day” said Papas. “This is a once in a lifetime event so I encourage all fans to come along, see our past greats and other football personalities and relive some great memories”. All roads for families, friend and supporters of Sydney Olympic Fc lead to Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday 25th September for a 2 pm kick off . The social event for the re-launch of Sydney Olympic will follow the game with many VIPs and special guests  -        ENDS -