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Ex-Crow Signorello Joins the Borough

Port Melbourne are delighted to welcome another former AFL-listed player with the signing of ex-Adelaide youngster Matthew Signorello.

Signorello has moved back to his home state of Victoria after two seasons with the Crows, and the 20-year-old has singled out the Borough as the preferred of his significant list of suitors.

Originally from the Northern Knights, Signorello was drafted by Adelaide with pick number 62 in the 2016 NAB AFL Draft and didn’t quite make his senior debut despite consistent form with the Crows’ SANFL affiliate.

He arrives at Adcon Stadium keen to pursue his hunger to return to an AFL list, and Borough fans can expect to see a strong inside midfielder with plenty of footy smarts who can also drift out to the wing and half-forward line to use his skills.

Football Manager Glenn Balmforth said Signorello was a very impressive young man off the field as well as being hugely talented on the field.

“Matty will be a great addition in the sense that he’s coming straight from a really strong AFL program at the Crows,” he said.

“We still think Matthew has got loads of upside and that his best football is still ahead of him.

“He’s a quality inside midfielder who knows how to win the footy, but can also go forward and take a strong mark too.

The club would like to welcome Matthew to Port Melbourne, and wish him well in season 2019!

Article: Sam Wharton.



Above Image Credit: afl.com.au.