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Sep 28, 2016   |  8:26AM AET

Nick Feely

Nick Feely

Born in Hong Kong, the Perth raised “Young Socceroo” emerged as Glory’s hero in last season’s dramatic Round 16 Westfield FFA Cup clash against Queensland outfit, Lions FC. 

Feely who is the son of former Chelsea, Bournemouth and Sheffield Wednesday striker Peter Feely, played junior and senior football at Subiaco and Cockburn before joining Scottish football giants Celtic FC as an 18-year old, where he won the Scottish Youth Cup and the U-19 premiership.

Nick made his debut for Glory in the match (while on a short term contract in 2014) after regular keeper Jerrad Tyson conceded a foul and was sent off. Feely saved the resultant penalty to keep Perth in the game which it eventually won in extra-time.