The Australian underneath 17 and under-20 participant virtually joined up with the navy blues earlier than Liverpool proved – understandably – too large a lure, however he had little hesitation in signing for Grant Brebner when he left Glory for what on the time had been described as household causes.
”It’s the group I grew up supporting and I really feel very lucky to have the chance to play for the membership’s superb members and followers,” Brimmer stated.
“Victory performed some very enticing soccer within the Sydney hub. After talking with Grant I used to be keen to come back house and be a part of the group he’s constructing this season.”
Brebner stated: “Jake is a part of an thrilling group of younger gamers who we consider have a possibility to assist our membership construct a vibrant future.
“We now have been very clear with the requirements, expectations and elegance of soccer we need to play, and we consider Jake has the traits and qualities to assist us this season and past.
“Jake is simply 22 years of age, however he has loads of expertise having performed for the nationwide group pathway, he spent three years within the Liverpool system and has additionally performed greater than 50 video games within the A-League.”