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By ESPN Staff

Glory coach Edwards signs his two sons

It will be a family affair at the Perth Glory this season, with coach Alistair Edwards luring another of his sons to the A-League club.

Reading midfielder Ryan Edwards has been loaned to the Glory on a season-long deal, with the 19-year-old joining his brother Cameron at the club under the guidance of their father.

Perth have also signed Sidnei Sciola Moraes on a one-year deal, with the Brazilian impressing during a recent trial in Perth.

Former Socceroo and newly-appointed Glory coach Alistair Edwards said he was thrilled to secure the services of Ryan, not so much because it's his son, but because he's one of Australia's rising stars.

"Ryan has been playing with the under-20 national team for the last four years and was a part of the recent World Cup campaign as well," Edwards senior said.

"He's a very dynamic kind of player.

"He's attacking and brings a lot of energy to the team and he's grown up in an environment where he fits into our philosophy 100 per cent.

"He's come along now after two years in England, so he's come back a lot more experienced and it's great that we've got another WA player back playing for Perth Glory."

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