Newcastle Jets striker Sasho Petrovski believes the side will produce a quality performance to qualify for the next stage of the Asian Champions League.
After a week of turmoil in which Jets players have been embroiled in a player bonus row with the club and Professional Footballers’ Association, Petrovski is adamant that the players will give their all on Korea against Ulsan Hyundai on Wednesday.
“The bonus payment issue was something that needed to be addressed and not it has been and we’re now just looking forward to going and getting the result we require to take us through,” he said.
“Something needed to be done in terms of the payments but we realise it’s an issue between the PFA and the FFA more than it is to do with the club itself.
“We know the FFA has had other things on its plate with takeovers at the Brisbane Roar and Adelaide, and they are now getting around to taking care of us. That’s all we’ve wanted all along.”