A Kerr-less Perth Glory will have to step up and prove that they are more than just a one-woman show if they want to reach another finals series.
Playing for the Glory in two of their grand final appearances, Natasha Rigby is one of the Glory’s local talents.
Proving the quality of player to come out of WA, the defender will be tough to get past in what will be her fourth w-league season.
Now one of the more experienced players in the league, Rigby will be able to lead by example with her strong presence in Perth’s back line.
After several stellar performances last season, Leticia McKenna will definitely be one of the Glory’s key players in this coming summer.
Though still young, Mckenna has an intelligent game and her ability to read the play leads to some great goals and great assists.
Coming into her second W-League season, Mckenna will be more experienced and have the confidence to be Perth’s new playmaker.
One to watch:
Having made some fruitful appearances last season, Alexia Moreno has only given a taste of what she has to offer.
As a midfielder, Moreno loves to get up into attacking positions, scoring in Perth’s win over Western Sydney at the pointy end of last season.
Her thirst for goals will be driving force for both herself and her team as they look for another top four finish.