Konstandopoulos re-joins Reds

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Nathan Konstandopoulos has re-joined former club Adelaide United, linking up with the Reds NPL side for the remainder of the 2017 season according to the Reds official youth team account.

Previously Konstandopoulos made two appearances for the Reds back in 2014 before being released at the end of the 2016 season.

Currently the Adelaide United youth team sit 9th in the NPL South Australia and Konstandopoulos could make his first appearance for his hometown club tomorrow when they take on second placed Adelaide Comets.

Nathan joins former Brisbane winger Rocky Visconte –who plays for Croydon Kings- and Damian Mori – Adelaide City manager- as former Roar players who are involved in the NPL SA this season.

Konstandopoulos joined Brisbane at the start of the 2016 NPL Queensland side, making 10 appearances in the Young Roar side before joining the A-League squad at the start of pre-season.

Things started off well for Nathan in Brisbane when he made his first team debut against Perth in the FFA Cup Round of 32 and his league debut away to Newcastle in round 2, but the form of Thomas Kristensen and Matt McKay, coupled with the emergence of Joe Caletti left his chances limited.

All up Konstandopoulos made four appearances for Brisbane Roar, the last of which came on Matchday 5 of the AFC Champions League in the 3-0 loss away to Muanthong United.

Nathan is the second former Brisbane player to find a new club today, with defender Cameron Crestani linking up with NPL Queensland side Western Pride earlier in the day.

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