Late Kick Off?

April 16, 2012 at 1:50 pm Leave a comment

The end of season function for the Perth Glory should be a massive event this year with the club in the Grand Final for the first time since the inception of the Hyundai A league, and hopefully they will be able to parade the trophy.

Not only that with the team performing so well and playing some of the best football witnessed at NIB Stadium for many a year there should be several players in with a chance of taking out the Most Glorious Player award.

The Gala Dinner was scheduled for the 27th Of April in the Hospitality Marquee erected by the Emirates Western Force for their corporate sponsors, but with no information having been sent to Members many are presuming that it has been postponed to another date.

One would hope that it is not left too long after the Grand Final and is put together before the players head off on a well earned holiday, after all the player’s deserve to be applauded on such a night and the loyal members and fans also deserve to have all of the players in attendance.

It would be a great shame after a season such as this if an event was simply cobbled together at the last minute


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