Soccer: Perth Glory and Milan Smiljanic part ways

Milan Smiljanic crosses the ball during the round 16 A-League match between Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory. Picture: Paul Kane/Getty Images
Milan Smiljanic crosses the ball during the round 16 A-League match between Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory. Picture: Paul Kane/Getty Images

PERTH Glory and midfielder Milan Smiljanic have agreed to mutually terminate the Serbian’s contract effective immediately.

Chief executive Peter Filopoulos said Smiljanic wanted like to explore opportunities in Asia and the club decided not to stand in his way and “wish him the best for his next football chapter”.

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The club said it would make no further comment on the player leaving.

Glory hosts fellow finals contender Brisbane Roar at Perth Oval on Saturday night.