Nicholas Sorras joins Perth Glory on a short-term injury replacement contract


Sydney Olympic FC has today confirmed that its goalkeeper, Nicholas Sorras, has joined Perth Glory’s Isuzu Ute A-League squad on a short-term injury replacement contract.

Sorras could play for Glory in Sunday’s A-League Men clash with Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park.

Sydney Olympic’s CEO, John Boulous, wished Sorras all the best.

READ MORE: Five players recommit to Sydney Olympic FC ahead of upcoming season.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for Nick and a great reward for his effort and performance,” Mr Boulous said.

“As a Club we sign players to not only contribute to the success of the Club on the field, but also provide a football environment and pathway for them to reach their potential and progress.

“We wish Nick the very best for his stint with Perth Glory.”

READ MORE: Nicholas Sorras: The ‘Guardian Angel’ of Sydney Olympic.

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