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MARINERS SLAMMED BY BRISBANE ROAR

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It was a night the Mariners would rather forget, their only goal in last night’s A-League match coming from the boot of Brisbane Roar’s Daniel Bowles.   Read More »

MARINERS GO DOWN TO VICTORY

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The Central Coast Mariners have gone down to Melbourne,¬†despite leading early on. The Victory fought back, taking the lead and the three points in the 78th minute, to win 2-1. Read More »

JETS FIRM AS FAVOURITES FOR THE A-LEAGUE WOODEN SPOON

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The Newcastle Jets have firmed as favourites for the wooden spoon following a four-nil hammering at the hands of Melbourne City. The Jets have just one win in 21 games. Read More »

FFA KEEPING PRESSURE ON NATHAN TINKLER

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Jets owner Nathan Tinkler cleared a series of debts on Friday, but FFA Chief Executive David Gallop says there’s more work to be done. “They’ve taken some big steps but there are remaining liabilities. There’s some structural things that need to happen. We are still on a deadline and we think it’s important that the pressure stays on to get these things put in place quickly.” It’s believed sacked players, such as Kew Jaliens and Joel Griffiths, are refusing to sign termination papers until their superannuation is paid, while the sacked coaches are also awaiting payments. The FFA CEO was later asked if the deadline is Monday. “Not necessarily but it’s a matter of days,” he said. (AUDIO IN PARTS) Read More »

JETS WELCOME NEW SPONSOR

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He led the Jets out against Brisbane last Friday, but Taylor Regan isn’t expecting to be skipper when Newcastle hosts Western Sydney this weekend. The defender joined a handful of teammates today, as the club welcomed a new sponsor. Read More »

NEWCASTLE JETS APPOINT NEW CEO

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The Newcastle Jets have appointed Mitchell Murphy as its new Chief Executive Officer. Mr Murphy was the former CEO of Football Federation Victoria and says he’s looking forward to the role, which starts on February 16. “The Hyundai A-League continues to go from strength to strength and I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to lead the Newcastle Jets,” he said. “We need to focus on the future and not dwell on the past. Developing a strong playing roster and forging long-term partnerships with quality sponsors are obviously of paramount importance.” Meanwhile, owner Nathan Tinkler has today finalisedaround $500,000 in outstanding payments to various creditors, partners and government organisations. Further payments will be made in the coming weeks. “I hope my actions today prove to people my commitment to the Newcastle Jets, the Hunter region, and the Hyundai A-League,” said ... Read More »

JETS PARTS WAYS WITH JERONIMO

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The Newcastle Jets have parted ways with another player, this time attacker Jeronimo Neumann. After moving to the club from Adelaide United last year, Jeronimo and the Jets have mutually agreed to terminate his contract. It was widely known the Argentinian wanted to exit the embattled club. Read More »

NEW JETS SIGNING ADDRESSES THE MEDIA

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Jets recruit Daniel Mullen has spoken to the media for the first time, since arriving in Newcastle over the weekend. Having worked with coach Phil Stubbins before, the 25-year-old defender says he’s confident the team can move on from recent dramas at the club. Last week saw the sackings of three coaches and five players, with owner Nathan Tinkler citing a change in club culture behind the decisions. Tinkler is due to meet with FFA officials today regarding the club’s debts. The Jets are set to take on Brisbane Roar this Friday at home. Read More »

EXTENDED INTERVIEW: CLAYTON ZANE

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Former assistant coach, Clayton Zane, speaks to NBN News reporter Michael Cain about his sacking from the Newcastle Jets. Read More »

TINKLER STANDS BY DECISION TO SACK JETS PLAYERS AND STAFF

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Newcastle Jets owner Nathan Tinkler is standing firm on his decision to sack five players and three coaching staff, insisting the club will be better off in the long-term. But the move – which is now being investigated by the players association – has only added to speculation about the club’s future. Read More »

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