Although the Western Australian borders are still closed, Perth Glory will be officially announced tomorrow at the new A-League home game draw.
Those in charge of the A-League are confident that the strict limit restrictions imposed by WA at the beginning of the season, which will be released on Sunday 27. December, should begin, have loosened.
However, the start of Glory’s A League campaign may be delayed if the club is unable to train in quarantine for two weeks after returning to Perth from the AFC Champions League in Qatar.
Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory are also in Qatar, but it is understood that both clubs will be able to train in quarantine on their return to Australia to ensure they are ready to start the season on time.
The draw can no doubt change as in the unlikely event that Glory, Sydney and Victory get deep into the Champions League tournament, their quarantine period could overlap with the start of the A League season.
In the draw without a hub on Wednesday 30th. December, received the beaten Grand Finalists Melbourne City last season.
The season is expected to start on 27. December begins with a derby between Western Sydney Wanderers and newcomers Macarthur FC, most likely at Bankwest Stadium.
It will be part of a double headed game with a W League season opening game that will also feature the Wanderers.
Elsewhere, Brisbane Roar will be announced on Jan.. December at their new home stadium, Redcliffes Dolphin Oval, Wellington Phoenix, which will be based in NSW for most, if not all, of the season.
In another game for the first week of the season, if the limit restrictions are relaxed, Western United will be selected to host Adelaide United, most likely in Geelong.
Another duel in the first week will be an F3 derby between the Central Coast Mariners and the Newcastle Jets.
Jets attacker Bernie Ibini, who wants to leave the cub, returned to training in Newcastle last week after almost two weeks of stressful vacation.
However, it is unlikely to play on Thursday when the Jets hit Macarthur in a lawsuit in Maitland.
Kamau said: “I have a lot of goals for myself this season. I would love to play better football on the pitch, score some goals, and get some assists to help the team in every way I can.
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