Stynes and Timmins have contracts terminated by mutual consent

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Perth Glory can confirm the departure of two members of its ISUZU UTE A-League squad.

Daniel Stynes has had his contract terminated by mutual consent to enable the attacking midfielder to explore another opportunity elsewhere.

Central midfielder Callum Timmins has also had his contract terminated by mutual consent.

23-year-old Stynes returned for a second spell at Glory in 2020 and over the course of the following two seasons, took his A-League appearances tally for the club to 36.

“We would like to thank Daniel for his service to the club,” said Glory Head of Recruitment Andy Keogh.

“It was a difficult decision to part ways, but we feel that the club is going in a different direction with a different kind of player.

“Daniel has been an absolute credit to himself and the club since he walked in the door and we wish him all the very best for the future.”

Like Stynes, 22-year-old Timmins began a second spell with Glory in 2020 and departs having played a total of 44 A-League games in purple.

“Unfortunately for the club, we have mutually terminated Callum’s deal,” said Keogh.

“We offered him a new, two-year extension which was rejected a couple of weeks ago and Callum made his desire to move on clear after that.

“We wanted to keep him, but also did not want a disgruntled, unhappy player at the club.

“This is the business that we’re in today and which we will remain in until a domestic transfer system is put in place.

“We would like to thank Callum for his contribution and wish him the best of luck.”