Perth Glory FC News

51 days ago

Glory destroy Phoenix as A-League march continues

Chris Ikonomidis has continued his golden run to help lift Perth Glory to a dominant 3-0 win over Wellington Phoenix in their A-League clash at HBF Park. Ikonomidis had scored six goals in nine matches for Glory before departing for the Asian Cup, where he became a shining light during the Socceroos’ doomed campaign. The […]
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57 days ago

Perth Glory topping the table is great for the A-League

‘Dear Melbourne City. Thanks very much for the extra motivation! From your friends in the west, Perth Glory.’ Telegrams finally kicked the bucket in 2006 – who knew? – but if they were still around you could imagine Glory coach Tony Popovic firing off a friendly missive to his City counterpart Warren Joyce. Just a […]
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57 days ago

Jets, City fuming at VAR calls in A-League

Newcastle Jets coach Ernie Merrick reckons the VAR has lost its bite after watching two crucial incidents go unpunished in 2-0 loss to Perth Glory. The VAR was called into action when a Ronald Vargas thunderbolt cannoned into the arm of Glory defender Matthew Spiranovic in the 82nd minute on Sunday. Replays showed Spiranovic kept […]
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62 days ago

Adelaide United’s Marco Kurz on the Perth Glory match

Supplied video obtained of Adelaide United's manager Marco Kurz on the upcoming game against Perth Glory in the Hyundai A-League round 15 on Wednesday, 23 January 2019. (AAP Video/Supplied/Adelaide United Media) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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65 days ago

City to continue search for A-League goals

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce would like to add a striker to his A-League squad but concedes that looks unlikely. Melbourne City’s chances of bolstering their A-League attack are fading as the close of the January transfer window approaches. City put in a typically miserly performance in keeping ladder leaders Perth Glory to a 0-0 […]
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