Glory’s milestone man will be at it again on Sunday.
Already the club’s record all-time A-League appearances holder and all-time A-League leading goalscorer, Andy Keogh is set to become the first player ever to reach 150 A-League games in purple when he takes to the field against the Mariners at Central Coast Stadium.
As the countdown to the game continues, Andy fronted a media conference on Friday to discuss what this latest club record means to him.
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“It shows that I’ve kept myself fit and continued to do what I can for the team and for the club,” he said.
“It’s a nice personal milestone.
“I’ve been loyal to the club and the club’s been loyal to me and it’s nice to have represented the club and the city that many times.
“Perth is my home now and will be for the foreseeable future… and I like to think that the people and the fans respect someone who stays loyal and focuses on the team.
“In football these days, players hop around teams for fun, so it’s something personal for me and I’m happy to have kept my word.”
Glory Head Coach Richard Garcia, meanwhile, was quick to acknowledge the contribution that the 35-year-old has made to the club.
“Andy has been a fantastic servant for the club, not only on the pitch, but away from it as well where he has been great amongst the group and the younger guys,” he said.
“He’s a model professional who has definitely had his ups and downs at the club and has stuck by the club through everything.
“At the moment he is serving a great purpose not only as a player and as a member of the squad, but also as a mentor to our younger players.”
The former Ireland international made his Glory A-League debut in October 2014 and scoring in a 2-1 away win over Wellington.
He followed that up with a superb hat-trick on his home debut versus Brisbane Roar and ended that season with a tally of 12 goals.
In his six completed A-League seasons in purple, he has hit double-figures in four and currently sits on 59 career league goals for the club.