Demi Koulizakis re-signs with Perth Glory FC for the A-League 2022/23 season

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Perth Glory FC has confirmed that five more players have re-signed with the club for the Liberty A-League 2022/23 Season.

Among the five players are Demi Koulizakis, Sarah Cain, Aideen Keane, Sadie Lawrence and Susan Phonsongkham.

Koulizakis played six times last season despite being sidelined for two months by a knee injury.

22-year-old midfielder Cain featured in each of the club’s 14 games last season, while Keane made seven appearances and scored twice in the final two games of the campaign.

Lawrence marked her return to the Glory fold by making seven starts and three substitute appearances and Phonsongkham scored once and claimed two assists during her nine games.

Perth Glory Head Coach, Alex Epakis, said retaining the core of his squad from last term will prove vital in helping the club to achieve its goals in 2022/23.

“All five players played a pivotal role at key times throughout the season,” Epakis added.

“They each bring something different to the team with their respective skill-sets as well as their character.

“We want to continue to progress as a team and Sarah, Aideen, Demi, Sadie and Susan are a big part of that.”

With Sofia Sakalis, Morgan Aquino, Alana Jancevski, Hana Lowry, Claudia Mihocic and Tijan McKenna already under contract, and Natasha Rigby, Cyera Hintzen, Liz Anton, Abbey Green and Isabella Wallhead having penned new deals, the vast majority of the Glory squad is now locked in.

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