Perth Glory to go

WA businessman Tony Sage’s ownership of Perth Glory is on the brink of collapse, with the club poised to be put into receivership.

Nine News and WAtoday can reveal Perth Glory player and staff wages have been paid for the past five months by loans secured from Australian Professional Leagues, the governing body for the A-League competition that Glory plays in.

Perth Glory owner Tony Sage.Credit: Getty Images

It is understood the sum of these wage payments is around $5 million, but recently…

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