You have to feel for Perth glory supporters this season. From the incredible highs of the beginning of the season to lead the competition, to then go nine games without a win and drop back into the chasing pack. A season that was appearing to be circling the drain then seemed to be compounded by allegations of a salary cap breach believed to be in excess of $400,000 over the salary cap. Now that the Glory feel they canít take any more hits, they have pulled together, seemingly out of no where, two wins in a row. This has lifted the boys from the west into second place on the table, only behind Melbourne Victory due to goal difference. A slightly lacklustre display against the Western Sydney Wanderers and being outplayed by the Newcastle Jets did not stop the Glory from picking up all three points on both occasions. While the performances may not have been the best, this is the stage of the season where winning pretty isnít necessary. Perth have managed to overcome inner turmoil and even poor performance to still remain in the hunt for the title. Despite possibly having their final spot stripped due to the alleged salary cap breaches, it cannot be argued. This Perth Glory side is something special.