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WALMSLEY DEBUTS AS PLAYERS DEPART

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On his first day as the official head coach of the Mariners, Tony Walmsley, has announced five players are departing. The news comes off the back of a so-called ‘new strategy’ for the club, which promises more entertaining football next season. Read More »

VIRGILI SPEAKS OUT AFTER BEING LET GO BY JETS

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The Jets began to rebuild their roster today, signing former South Melbourne attacker, Andy Brennan, and re-signing Enver Alivodić. Meanwhile, James Virgili is being considered by a rival A-League club, a day after being told he’s not wanted in Newcastle. Read More »

TAYLOR REGAN ONE OF SIX PLAYERS LET GO BY THE JETS

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It’s been a dramatic day at the Newcastle Jets, with coach Phil Stubbins informing six players they won’t be re-signed. Dudley’s Taylor Regan was the biggest surprise, having captained the Jets several times this season. OUT —— Taylor Regan Sam Gallagher John Solari Allan Welsh Travis Cooper James Virgili Read More »

FOUR JETS WON’T BE RE-SIGNED NEXT SEASON

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Four Newcastle Jets players have today been informed they will not be re-signed for the 2015-16 A-league season. Among the surprise exits is Hunter-bred junior Taylor Regan, along with utility Sam Gallagher, goalkeeper John Solari and James Virgili. 26-year-old Regan has played his entire career with the Jets, starting in the club’s National Youth League team. Meanwhile Max Burgess remains in discussions with the club, while Equadorian attacker Edson Montano is under consideration by management. It’s also negotiating to retain Enver Alivodic. “Today the coaching staff had to deliver some tough decisions to some great people. We certainly wish each of the guys that are leaving the club the very best in their respective futures,” said coach Phil Stubbins. Read More »

ROSE AND KALIK TO WEAR THE GREEN AND GOLD

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Congratulations are in order for the Central Coast’s Liam Rose and Anthony Kalik, after being selected for the Young Socceroos. The pair will make up the squad to face New Zealand in a series of international friendlies next month.   Meantime… In a statement by the club this afternoon, the Mariners have announced striker Travis Major will leave the club. Major only joined the squad in January this year, he’ll now return to his former club Blacktown City FC to compete in the PS4 New South Wales comp. Read More »

MARINERS PIPPED AT POST IN EXTRA TIME BY PHOENIX

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It went down to the wire in the Central Coast Mariners’ away match against Wellington Phoenix last night. The visitors were pipped at the post in injury time, going down 3-2 at Westpac Stadium. Read More »

MARINERS GATE-KEEPING THE A-LEAGUE FINALS

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The Central Coast Mariners say they’re now one of the gatekeepers to the A-League finals, with their next results to determine the layout of the top six. The squad faces Wellington Phoenix this weekend, and is hoping to break their away game drought. Read More »

WALMSLEY TO PROMOTE “ENTERTAINING FOOTBALL” AS NEW HEAD COACH

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Tony Walmsley is promising an unrecognisable Mariners squad next season, after being appointed as official head coach today. The technical director has been filling the role since Phil Moss’ departure six weeks ago, and says he’s going to make the game more entertaining. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST TO FAREWELL HUTCH IN FINAL HOME GAME

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PHOTO: Courtesy of the Central Coast Mariners.  Outgoing Mariners captain, John Hutchinson, will walk out on the field at Central Coast Stadium for the last time tonight, for his final home game. Taking on last-placed Wanderers, the yellow and navy will be battling for the win tonight, as they try to keep any hope of a finals berth alive. A large home crowd is expected to farewell Hutch, who will retire at the end of the season. The game starts at 7.30. Read More »

JOEL GRIFFITHS VOWS TO RETURN TO THE FIELD

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Joel Griffiths says his career isn’t over despite scans revealing he’ll require knee surgery on a ruptured ACL. The 35 year old former Socceroo was stretchered off during Wellington’s loss to Melbourne Victory on Sunday. After being sacked by the Jets in January, Griffiths says the injury adds to one of the worst years in his career. He’s now determined to return to the field next season. Read More »

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