Midfielder Diego Castro
- Height 174cm
- Weight 71kg
- D.O.B. 2/7/82
- Born Pontevedra
Castro has taken the Hyundai A-League by storm since arriving as a marquee signing for Glory in August 2015.
He took out the Johnny Warren Medal in his debut season for the club and came close to retaining it the following year.
The attacker's first two campaigns yielded 25 goals along with innumerable assists, earning him the nickname 'El Maestro' and by the end of the 2019/20 season, he had racked up 115 appearances and scored 43 goals.
The Spaniard has claimed the club's Most Glorious Player Award on three occasions.
The 35-year-old had previously spent his entire career in his native Spain, starting out with his hometown club, Pontevedra and later representing Malaga, Sporting Gijon and Getafe.
His father Fernando was a successful coach who worked for a number of high-profile clubs including Sevilla, Celta Vigo and Sporting Braga.
Round 6 Wrap - Action and Reaction
After a tough examination at Westpac Stadium, Glory emerged with a 1-1 draw against Wellington Phoenix, courtesy of a late goal from substitute Diego Castro. The result was enough to keep Tony Popovic's men top of the ladder ahead of next weekend's home clash with Melbourne Ci
Glory edged out in season opener
A late fightback could not prevent Glory from succumbing to a 2-1 opening-round defeat against Western Sydney Wanderers at Spotless Stadium on Sunday. First-half goals from Oriol Riera and Jumpei Kusukami put the hosts in charge, but the visitors rallied after the break and th