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JETS DANISH RECRUIT IMPRESSES

The Newcastle Jets have confirmed Joel Griffiths will miss the Pre Season Cup game against Adelaide in Cessnock this Saturday. Danish trialist Jesper Hakansson gets his chance to impress after completing his first training session with the club. Read More »

JESPER JETS IN

Danish trialist Jesper Hakansson arrived from Europe today however his luggage didn’t, leaving him without many clothes and no boots. That hasn’t worried the former Denmark Under 21 International who hopes earn a contract and remain for the A-League season. Read More »

KNIGHTS TEAM TO PLAY BUNNIES

As expected several big names have been included in an extended squad including Adam MacDougall, Steve Simpson and captain Danny Buderus, who hasn’t played since Origin three. Jarrod Mullen could also make it after limping off against the Sharks. It’d be a welcome sight for a team sitting three points off the eight with seven rounds remaining. KNIGHTS V RABBITOHS EnergyAustralia Stadium Sunday, 27 July 2008 1. Kurt Gidley 2. James McManus 3. Junior Sau 4. Adam MacDougall 5. Cooper Vuna 6. Chris Bailey 7. Jarrod Mullen 8. Daniel Tolar 9. Danny Buderus (C) 10. Matthew White 11. Chris Houston 12. Steve Simpson 13. Zeb Taia 14. Cory Paterson 15. Cameron Ciraldo 16. Richard Fa’aoso 17. Danny Wicks 18. Mark Taufua 19. Akuila Uate 20. Scott Dureau Coach: Brian Smith Read More »

OLYMPIC WATER POLO JOURNEY

The Hunter’s most recent addition to the Australian Olympic team almost made it to Beijing without being noticed. Merewether water polo player Richard Campbell has been playing overseas but made a quick stop home, before final preparations for the Games. Read More »

JETS DANISH DELIGHT

The Newcastle Jets will welcome former Denmark Under-21 international Jesper Hakansson tomorrow (Tuesday) for a trial, with a view to keeping the attacking mid-fielder for the A-League season. Hakansson, now 27, has played in Sweeden and in The Netherlands while more recently was with Lyngby in the Danish Superliga. Read More »

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