Having stalled against A-League cellar dwellers Adelaide United, Sydney FC will turn their full focus to the FFA Cup final and claiming their first piece of silverware in seven seasons.The Sky Blues will be in a hurry to forget Saturday nights home goalless draw, an uncharacteristically drab display that was very much the Sydney of last season and not what fans have come to expect of the runaway leaders.And while the last-placed Reds utilised a stop-start contest to prove they are better than their current standing suggests, Sydneys lack of cohesion, especially in the final third, will require addressing before Wednesday nights Cup decider against Melbourne City.We have to be honest, the players are disappointed in their own performance, Arnold said.But still we tried to go forward and dictate the game.But every team is going to lift, and we have to lift our performances.We move on now, weve got a short turnaround for the FFA Cup final and for me its all about recovery and getting ready for the game.Both marquees, Filip Holosko and Bobo, were off colour but also lacking service, while David Carney, starting for rested captain Alex Brosque was a shadow of his usually menacing self.Arnold confirmed Brosque will return to the starting line-up against City as hes managed through a busy week also featuring next Sundays away clash with Newcastle.The coach will start his strongest XI at AAMI Park in his bid to lead Sydney to the clubs first trophy since 2009-10s A-League premiership-championship double.On the bench will be short-term back-up goalkeeper Chris Oldfield, signed on Saturday as an injury replacement for Vedran Janjetovic.Arnold couldnt put a time frame for the return of Janjetovic, who was displaced as No.1 this season by Danny Vukovic and has been granted indefinite leave to deal with personal issues.I cant answer that at the moment, Arnold said.We respected Vedrans wishes and gave him some personal time away.We care for Vedran very much as a club and rate him highly as our goalkeeper, so were sure well see him back soon. 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Swimmer and Sky Academy Sports Scholar Siobhan-Marie OConnor, pipped to gold in the 200m individual medley in Rio this summer, had the opportunity to build on her skills out of the water and in Skys TV studios.Heres how the 20-year-old pool queen from Bath got on ….HOW DID YOU GET TO BE WITH SOCCER AM?I got to work there through my Sky Academy Sports Scholarship that Ive been part of since London 2012.The scheme is set out to help us in all walks of life and to help us further ourselves as people as well as athletes, so they offered me a work experience week with them during my break from swimming. Click on this video to see Siobhan going behind the scenes at the Rio Games WHAT DID YOU GET INVOLVED WITH?I got to watch and learn how they prepare for the show and to see all the different things they have to do to get ready during the week.I also got to go with the team on their video shoots and then got to watch the show and see how it all worked from behind the scenes.WAS IT WORK OR FUN OR BOTH?It was definitely both! The team work really hard, but they were so much fun and I just had a great time.DID YOU HAVE ANY NERVES WHEN YOU FIRST MET THE TEAM?I was nervous because I didnt know what to expect, but everyone on the team was so nice and friendly and made me feel so welcome. And so my nerves quickly disappeared. Siobhan won silver in the 200m Individual Medley at the Rio Olympics FIRST IMPRESSIONS?That they are a lovely team and they are really great and professional at what they do.ddddddddddddARE YOU A REGULAR VIEWER OF THE SHOW?Yes, my family have watched it for years so it was a pretty cool experience to see how its all put together and for me to meet the team.WHAT WERE YOUR HIGHLIGHTS?Being on set for the show and for the funny shoots that they did.ANY FUNNY OR EMBARRASSING MOMENTS?The out-takes from the shoots were so funny.ARE YOU INTO FOOTBALL AND WHO DO YOU SUPPORT?I am a massive Arsenal fan and quite a lot of the team were too so that was good! Siobhan reflects on the hard work needed to win an Olympic medal on SSNHQ DID YOU SHOW THE TEAM YOUR MEDAL?I cant remember, haha! 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