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Glory and Fornaroli go their seperate ways

Star striker Bruno Fornaroli has been let go by the Perth Glory after the two parties agreed to mutually end his contract.

Fornaroli didn't play on the weekend in Perth's 2-1 win over the Central Coast Mariners with the club citing the 35-year-old was injured. He moved quickly to dismiss that on social media stating that he was 100 per cent fit to play.

Glory CEO Anthony Radich said it was a difficult decision for both parties.

"Such decisions have to be made as we continue to rebuild the club," Radich said in a statement.

"Moving forward, Bruno's departure means we have an opportunity to strengthen the squad when the transfer window reopens in January and we fully intend to do so."

Fornaroli said in a statement that he wished the club the best going forward.

"I would like to thank the club for resolving this situation with me quickly and effectively and wish the players and staff all the very best for the future,"

Perth take on Adelaide United on Sunday afternoon.

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