Perth Glory said on Thursday that the club’s offices have not been raided by the Australian Federal Police, while other businesses it shares a building with were.
Perth Glory said on Thursday that the club-s offices have not been raided by the Australian Federal Police, while other businesses it shares a building with were.
Reports emerged on Thursday morning that companies associated with Glory owner Tony Sage were raided by the AFP in partnership with the Australian Tax Office, among other agencies.
Glory released a statement on Thursday night saying the club was not involved in the investigation.
“Perth Glory Football Club is aware of statements from the Australian Federal Police, together with associated media coverage, concerning the execution of warrants at a number of locations in Perth and Sydney.
“Perth Glory, which is within an office complex shared with other non-related companies, was not served with a warrant, nor was its office entered by the authorities.
“It believes the matters relating to the execution of these warrants are not related to its business in any way.
“Perth Glory will be making no further comment on this matter and is looking forward to tomorrow night-s game away to Brisbane Roar.”