Your regular round-up of the latest news coming out of Glory HQ has landed!
Attacker Chris Ikonomidis is recovering well from shoulder surgery having withdrawn for the Socceroos squad in order to undergo the operation.
Fellow-forward Daniel Stynes has parted company with the club and joined NPL Victoria outfit, Bentleigh Greens.
Jacob Italiano, meanwhile, is set to fly to Germany in the middle of next week to link up with his new Borussia Monchengladbach teammates.
And young midfielder Henry Hore added to his growing show-reel of spectacular goals with a stunning strike against Inglewood United in last weekend's NPL clash at E&D Litis Stadium.
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Sam and co set to go
The FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 is almost upon us, with the Matildas, led by our very own Sam Kerr, set to open their Group C campaign by taking on Italy this Sunday (Kick off at 7pm WST).
They then face old rivals Brazil on Thursday 13 June and their final group game is against Jamaica on Tuesday 18 June.
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Focus on Floreat
The PGFC Academy First Team face another high-stakes, top-of-the-table NPL clash on Saturday when Floreat Athena will provide the opposition at E&D Litis Stadium.
Richard Garcia's men reclaimed second spot after downing Inglewood last time out, while Floreat are third with an identical points record for the season, but an inferior goal difference.
Kick off for the First Team is at 3pm and ahead of that game, the third-placed Under-18s are in action at 11am and the table-topping Under-20s at 1pm.
Do get along and lend the lads your support if you can.