Perth Glory’s Bruno Fornaroli ready to move on from difficult Melbourne City spell

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After spending 11 months in the A-League wilderness, Perth Glory recruit Bruno Fornaroli is understandably eager to get back on the field this weekend.
The Uruguayan hasn’t been sighted in the A-League since he was frozen out by Melbourne City in November last year. Denied a move to another A-League club in the middle of the season, Fornaroli has been a frustrated spectator ever since despite signing with the Glory in March.
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