Perth Glory’s vice-Captain Andy Keogh, has vowed goals aplenty ahead of this weekend’s Easter Sunday clash against Melbourne City at nib Stadium.
“There should be plenty of attacking football and plenty of goals…of course we just go for it” he said.
It will be the last match of the Hyundai A-League regular season, with Glory needing to win by four points in order to host a home final.
“It’s in our hands it should be an enjoyable game to watch, it’s important because you don’t have back to back away trips and it’d be nice for the people of Perth to have a home final as well”
“I’m looking forward to this important part of the season “said Keogh
Former captain Richard Garcia, who opened the scoring against Brisbane at the weekend with a stunning header, echoed Keogh’s sentiments.
“There’s no reason why the team can’t achieve a home final, although it will be a tough game “
‘’It’s all about the success of the group and what they can achieve together” he said
Glory has already had the measure of City, winning 3-2 in round 3 and then coming from behind to clinch a 3-3 draw in Round 12, a game where Glory keeper Liam Reddy starred with an amazing display of penalty saves.
Kick off to the match is at 5pm.
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