Danish treat for Duncan

Perth Glory FC can confirm, that after a successful trial in Denmark earlier this year, reserve goal keeper Jack Duncan has been signed by Randers FC on a two year deal.

Duncan played a host of pre-season games in January with Randers and did enough to impress the Scandinavian coaching staff.

22-year old Duncan, who has represented Australia at U-20 and U-23 level, says he’s excited about his European adventure.

“It's a really exciting time for me, I feel over the last five years in the A-League I have really developed and been lucky to now have an opportunity to further that development overseas. The Danish league is quite strong and I feel that this move will help me grow as a player” he said.

“I would like to thank not just the coaching staff but everyone involved in Perth Glory, for making my time in Perth a very enjoyable one. It's been great to represent the club, and the city. I grew up in Perth before moving to Sydney and to come back and see the city again and experience places that I grew up around was fantastic".

"On the pitch, I was able to start seven games for the club and get my experience playing first team football which I will always remember” he said. 

Randers was formed in 2003 after the merger of six local clubs and is the winner of the 2006 Danish Cup.

Duncan is due to fly to Denmark in early June and subject to a medical will begin his pre-season campaign in July.

Perth Glory FC is due to start its pre-season training in mid-June before playing its first Westfield FFA Cup at the end of July.