Twenty-three-year-old shotstopper Nicholas Sorras has secured a short-term injury replacement contract with A-League outfit Perth Glory following the injuries to Liam Reddy and Brad Jones.
The highly rated goalkeeper has been viewed as one of the National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s rising young custodians with the tall number one viewing this as an ideal opportunity to gain more experience in Australia’s top tier competition.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for Nick and a great reward for his effort and performance,” said Sydney Olympic FC CEO John Boulos.
“As a Club we sign players to not only contribute to the success of the Club on the field, but also, provide a football environment and pathway for them to reach their potential and progress.
“We wish Nick the very best for his stint with Perth Glory.”
Sorras, whose father George was also a footballer having played for Olympic in the 80’s and 90’s will hope that this short-term move to the Glory will also boost his chances of taking part in yet another Olyroos camp coming up.
Standing at a massive 6 foot 5 in height, Sorras will be part of the team as the Glory take on the Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park this Sunday.