Sidnei extends with Glory until 2016

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Sidnei extends with Glory until 2016

Perth Glory Football Club is delighted to announce that exciting Brazilian winger Sidnei Sciola Moraes has signed a new, two-year deal with the club. The 27-year-old has been a stand out performer in the first ten rounds of the Hyundai A-League and scored his first official goals for Glory in their 4-2 win over Wellington in Round 9. Apart from missing last week’s game against Melbourne Victory, Sidnei has started every game for the Glory and played 774 minutes (86 mins per game), scored two goals (equal-most with Jamie Maclaren and Ryo Nagai) and has been involved in seven of…

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Alistair Edwards Statement Regarding Contract Termination

This afternoon, Alistair Edwards was informed by Perth Glory that he is no longer the Head Coach of Perth Glory and that his contract is at an end. As has been reported, in the Perth Glory change rooms following the match against Melbourne Victory on Friday 13 December 2013, differences of opinion were voiced by a number of players and coaches. Perth Glory CEO, Jason Brewer, who was not in Melbourne on Friday and has since been in ongoing communication with Alistair, players and staff of the football department in an effort to find a constructive way through the differences…

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Glory Going for the Victory

With a goal difference of two the only factor separating these two teams going into this crucial match (Victory 6th and Glory 7th), Friday night’s game is priming to be a juicy encounter. Perth will be full of confidence after capping off a wonderful performance at home in last week’s 4-2 win against Wellington Phoenix with their young boys showing the league a thing or two. Melbourne will be looking to bounce back after a 2-1 loss to Newcastle Jets in an entertaining affair. Both teams have injury concerns but Perth will still be severely undermanned, but will also welcome the…

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Perth v Wellington Preview

Perth Glory will be hoping a return to nib Stadium coincides with a return to winning ways when they take on the Wellington Phoenix this Friday night in their annual White Line Fever Match. Now in its third year, the Perth-Wellington White Line Fever Match recognises Glory’s charity partner, Therapy Focus, and the great work they do for children with disabilities. For this home game, Glory will be playing in their white ‘away’ strip and are encouraging fans to do the same by wearing white to show their support. Glory are anticipating an enthusiastic crowd for their first Friday night…

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The Rise of Glory’s Youth Revolution

Perth Glory in the past have not been renowned for their youthful exuberance and have in fact quite tarnished their image in this regard. Managers have come and gone and all promised the same thing – to give the young local talent a go, but 10-15 minutes every so often is not exactly giving the youngsters a chance to develop. The likes of WA players Jesse Makarounas (Melbourne Victory), Eli Babalj (AZ Alkmaar), Scott Galloway (Melbourne Victory), Mark Birighitti (Newcastle Jets), Adam Taggart (Newcastle Jets), Trent Sainsbury (Central Coast) and Scott Neville (Newcastle Jets), just to name a few, all…

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Pantelidis Released to Join Malaysian Super League

Perth Glory confirms that Steve Pantelidis will be leaving the club to play for Malaysian Super League team Selangor FC. Steve Pantelidis joined Perth Glory at the start of the 2011 Hyundai A-League season and has more than 140 Hyundai A-league appearances to his name, playing in five finals campaigns with three different clubs, and winning a championship with Melbourne Victory in 2006/07. Steve went on to establish himself as a key member of the Perth Glory team in the 2011 Hyundai A-League season, going on to start in 24 of 27 matches and fast becoming popular amongst his fellow…

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Edwards Takes Positives From Roar Defeat

Perth Glory manager Alistair Edwards said he was content with his injury riddled side’s performance against Brisbane Roar despite falling 1-0 at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday evening. Glory were without marquee William Gallas, captain Jacob Burns and key player Scott Jamieson for the clash but battled galiantly before succumbing to a Besart Berisha strike just prior to the hour. The visitors sustained prolonged periods of pressure from Roar throughout the contest and Edwards said he fancied his side’s chances after going into the half-time with the scores still level. “Our motto we spoke about at half time was to stay…

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Glory and Burns Accept Two Match Ban

Perth Glory and Club Captain Jacob Burns have ignored legal advice and decided not to proceed with a legal challenge of the Match Review Panel’s (MRP) decision and 2-match suspension issued by Football Federation Australia to Jacob Burns. While extremely disappointed with the decision by the MRP, both the Club and Jacob Burns have decided that it is not in the best interest of the game to proceed with legal proceedings through the Supreme Court of Western Australia seeking declaratory relief as to the invalidity of the MRP’s Disciplinary Notice and for injunctive relief to prevent the MRP and FFA…

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Perth Looking to Bounce Back Against Brisbane

This week has been quite tumultuous for the Glory after losing William Gallas (calf – 1 week), Scott Jamieson arguably one of the best left backs in the league and on the verge of a Socceroos call up (achilles – season), and a late low blow with Jacob Burns being handed a two match suspension by the Match Review Panel after an incident with John Hutchinson during last week’s clash against the Central Coast Mariners. On the up side, comes the exciting news that teenager Brandon O’Neill has extended his contract with Perth for another two years, tying him to…

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O’Neill Signs Two Year Deal with Glory

Perth Glory Football Club is delighted to announce that Central Midfielder Brandon O’Neill has signed a new, two-year deal with the club. The 19-year-old who made his debut for the club in the 2011/12 Hyundai A-League season and has already made two starts this season. The former Western Australia NTC product signed a youth contract in 2010 before re-signing again in 2011 and welcomed the opportunity to pledge his immediate future to the hometown club. “The first year I signed here I thought, I want to stay here, I don’t want to go anywhere else. It’s another dream come true,…

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