Perth Glory FC Youth

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Perth Glory Youth
Full name Perth Glory FC Youth
Nickname(s) Glory
Founded 2008
Ground Intiga Stadium
Owner Tony Sage
Chairman Tony Sage
Manager Gareth Naven
League National Youth League
2013–14 9th
Current season

Perth Glory FC Youth is an association football team based in Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Founded in 2008, it is the youth and reserve team of Perth Glory. The team currently plays in the National Youth League, holding home matches at Intiga Stadium, and they are competing in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia.


The team was founded in 2008, as a Perth Glory representative team for the inaugural season of the National Youth League competition. On 25 September 2013, it was confirmed that the team would compete in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia competition for the 2014 season onwards.[1]


The team has hosted its home matches at Walter Road Reserve (which is known as Intiga Stadium for sponsorship purposes) located in Inglewood, in the city of Perth.

Current squad[edit]

Previous for Y-League as of 24 October 2013[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Australia GK Fraser Greenwood
2 Singapore DF Hanafi Ghazali
3 Australia DF Scott Robertson
4 Australia DF Jack Oldham
5 Australia Rocco Pizzata
6 Australia MF Blamo Quaqua (Captain)
9 Australia Joseph Knowles
10 Australia MF Lawrence Shurama
11 Australia MF Slobodan Vulin
15 Australia DF Alex Castiello
No. Position Player
16 Australia Gian Albano
17 Australia MF Harry O'Brien
18 England DF Joshua Tucker
19 Australia DF Sean Troup
20 Australia Ryan Baker
Australia GK Jordan Franken
Australia DF Ryan Lowry
Australia MF Jacob Collard
Australia FW Moses Kalau
Australia FW Borbor Sam

Squad As of 14 July 2014 [3]

  • Gian Albano
  • Anthony Bafobusha
  • Ryan Barker
  • Mark Barnet
  • Mohamed Beyan
  • Jack Clisby
  • Jacob Collard
  • Matt Davies
  • Daniel De Silva (transferring to A.S. Roma)
  • Jack Duncan
  • Cameron Edwards
  • Fraser Greenwood
  • Hanafi Ghazli
  • Waliedin Juma Ismail
  • Joe Knowles
  • Jamie Maclaren
  • Sam Mckearnen
  • Matt Ntoumenopoulos
  • Harry O'Brien
  • Jack Oldham
  • Brandon O'Neill
  • Rocco Pizzata
  • Blamo Qua Qua
  • Luke Radonich
  • Scott Robertson
  • Ciaran Salinger
  • Bor Bor Sambindi
  • Lawrence Shuruma
  • David Stokoe
  • Nikola Talimdzioski
  • Sean Troup
  • Josh Tucker
  • Slobodan Vulin
  • Dylan White
  • Calvin Whitney
  • Riley Woodcock


Position Staff
Manager England Gareth Naven
Assistant Manager Australia Scott Miller
Development Coach Australia Bobby Despotovski
Doctor Australia Arjun Rao
Physiotherapist Australia Chris Hutchinson
Strength and conditioning Australia Warren Andrews


Runners-ups (1): 2009–10
  • National Youth League Finals Series
Runners-ups (1): 2009–10


  2. ^ "Players". Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
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