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BEST STILL TO COME FROM EDSON MONTANO

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He scored Newcastle’s first goal this season, but Edson Montaño says his best is yet to come. The Ecuadorian was on light duties today, as the Jets prepare for two arduous road trips. Read More »

PLENTY OF POSITIVES FOR THE JETS AFTER DRAW WITH CITY

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The Newcastle Jets will return to training tomorrow, to prepare for a trip to Wellington and their third straight away game. The players say they’ve taken plenty of positives out of yesterday’s draw with Melbourne City. Read More »

PRESSURE’S ON FOR JETS IN ROUND TWO

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The Newcastle Jets will be rank outsiders when they face Melbourne City on Sunday, but Phil Stubbins says the pressure is all on the Victorian club. The coach is confident his young troops won’t be overawed by an anticipated sell-out crowd. Read More »

MITCH’S A-LEAGUE TIPS: ROUND 2

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Sports presenter Mitch Hughes is in with his tips for round two of the A-League. Read More »

JETS PREPARE TO FACE SPANISH FOOTBALL STAR

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Jets coaching staff say they won’t be making major changes to the squad that lost to the Mariners on Saturday. Newcastle’s players were back at training today to prepare for a clash with Melbourne City – and the A-League’s new headline act. Read More »

MITCH’S TIPS: A-LEAGUE SEASON OPENER

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NBN sport presenter Mitch Hughes is in with his top picks ahead of this weekend’s A-League season opener. 10 teams are contesting this year’s competition. Read More »

JETS NAME 18-MAN SQUAD AHEAD OF A-LEAGUE OPENER

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Jets coach Phil Stubbins has named an 18-man squad for Newcastle’s first round clash with the Central Coast on Saturday. While there were few surprises, Zenon Caravella is a notable inclusion, having only returned to active duty with the Jets last Friday. David Carney and Jonny Steele are likely to start on the left, while Caravella’s inclusion could see Taylor Regan shuffled back to defence. As expected, Adrian Madaschi, Ben Kantarovski and Billy Celeski have been omitted due to injury. The Jets will hold one final training session tomorrow before travelling to Gosford on Saturday for the derby. (VISION ONLY) Read More »

JETS REMAIN FOCUSED DESPITE PAST RECORD AGAINST MARINERS

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The Jets have tasted victory just once in 16 attempts on the Central Coast, but their skipper says he isn’t worried about the history books heading into the round one clash with the Mariners. “I never look at the past, always to the future. It’s a chance for us to get three points away so that’s what we’ll try to do.” Kew Jaliens is likely to partner Sam Gallagher in central defence, with Adrian Madaschi missing the majority of today’s session. David Carney expects to start on the left, behind Jonny Steele. “We seem to work well together, played together at New York and have a good understanding so hopefully we can do that on Saturday if selected.” The Jets also haven’t beaten the Central Coast in their last five A-League games. (AUDIO IN PARTS) Read More »

A-LEAGUE COUNTDOWN BEGINS FOR MARINERS

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PHOTO: Courtesy of The Central Coast Mariners.  With just eight days to go till the beginning of the A-League season, the Central Coast Mariners have been presented with their jerseys. The ceremony took place at a special fan day at Central Coast Stadium today. The club also announced the one year signing of 24-year-old utility Jacob Poscoliero from Blacktown City. Coach Phil Moss rallied the crowd ahead of next weekend’s kick-off. The Mariners will take on the Newcastle Jets at Central Coast Stadium on Saturday. (AUDIO IN PARTS) Read More »

JETS SIGN CARAVELLA AS NEW MIDFIELDER

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Zenon Caravella will return to the Newcastle Jets as its new midfielder for the upcoming A-league season. Caravella was granted release earlier this year to take time away from professional football. He says the break has given him a renewed desire to play. “My time away from professional football changed my perspective,” Caravella said. “I want to do what I love and what I enjoy and that’s playing football at the highest level I can.” Coach Phil Stubbins has welcomed his return. “Zenon’s decision to come back to the Newcastle Jets is great news for us. “After speaking to the staff and people I respect in the game, I think Zenon will come in and enhance what we’re trying to do as a Club this coming campaign,” he said. Read More »

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