Mariners sign Powell

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Mariners sign Powell

The Central Coast Mariners can today confirm the signing of exciting attacker, Blake Powell who has put pen to paper on a two-year-deal. Following his departure from Wellington Phoenix due to personal reasons that required Powell to return to NSW to be closer to his family, the 25-year-old has joined what will be his third Hyundai A-League Club that also includes Sydney FC. During his time at Wellington Phoenix, Powell found the back of the net on eight occasions from 23 Hyundai A-League appearances with the New Zealand based outfit. Australian football fans will fondly remember Powell’s four-goal haul against…

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Austin sees Conference as perfect springboard

New Central Coast Mariner, Mitchell Austin, has finally returned to Australia after he left Manly United as a junior to pursue a professional career in the UK around six years ago. Here is the first time we caught up with Mitch back in September of 2012. Can you tell us who was your biggest influence in football growing up? I had some of the best years of my life at Manly and have made some friends for life there, all the coaches I had there when I was coming through the ranks had a big influence on my development. Which…

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Moss stood Down and Hutchinson to Take on Player/Coach Role

Central Coast Mariners can today confirm that Head Coach Phil Moss has been stood aside, effective immediately. The Mariners are in negotiations with Moss in regards to his position and wish him all the best for his future endeavours in football. Stepping in as interim Head Coach for the remainder of the Hyundai A-League 2014/15 campaign will be Central Coast Mariners newly appointed Technical Director, Tony Walmsley. The club will soon commence the search for a new permanent Head Coach with Walmsley to remain as the club’s Technical Director. The decision is part of stage two of Executive Vice Chairman…

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Duke off to J-League

The Central Coast Mariners can today confirm that young striker Mitchell Duke is set to join Japanese J-League outfit Shimizu S-Pulse effective immediately. Duke is the latest Marinernto progress through the ranks from the club’s Foxtel National Youth League set up, onto the Hyundai A-League and beyond. Duke has signed a pre-agreement and will leave for Japan on Tuesday to link up with Shimizu S-Pulse for a training camp to complete his obligatory medical. Pending the result of his medical, Duke will join the Shimizu S-Pulse squad for the club’s 2015 J-League journey. The Mariners continue to be the HAL’s…

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Hutch to Retire at Season’s End

Central Coast Mariners can today confirm captain John Hutchinson has announced his retirement from the Hyundai A-League, taking effect at the completion of the 2014/15 campaign. Hutchinson, who is one of the competition’s only foundation players and is approaching 10 years of service, will close in on 250 competitive appearances for the yellow and navy and leave a legacy as our first Championship winning captain. Hutchinson admits he won’t be looking to play for a rival Hyundai A-League side and says he’s very pleased of his achievements during his time on the Central Coast. “I’ll be retiring from the A-League…

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Central Coast Talking Points

Central Coast continued their winless run on the weekend after being blown away in the second half of their Friday night clash with the Victory. With Matt Simon back in the starting eleven for the first time this season the Mariners looked like a more complete outfit in the first half and went into the break with the scores level. However once Simon had been substituted for Mitchell Duke shortly after the restart a degree of presence was lost in the forward line, allowing the Victory to play themselves into form and score three goals in the space of eleven…

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Central Coast Talking Points

After walking away from the weekend’s local derby against Newcastle with a point, the Mariners turn their focus to a Friday night fixture against Melbourne Victory at North Sydney Oval. It has been a turbulent week on the Coast, with no signs of the controversy storm abating. Slowly developing a cutting edge With the possession and shooting stats in their favour, the Mariners were still only able to grab a point against the Jets in Newcastle. Richard Vernes impressed in patches and scored a goal in his first A-League start, but he was lacking proper support from his teammates in…

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On field spirit, off field trouble

The Central Coast Mariners were able to pick up a couple of promising results this week as Phil Moss searches for the club’s second win of the season, drawing away to Melbourne City on Sunday afternoon before a nil-all stalemate on Wednesday night against Western Sydney Wanderers. The club is still being troubled by off-field rumours, but the team spirit that the club is known for has finally appeared on the field. Snatching a point from the jaws of defeat Sitting at 2-0 down just minutes into the second half against Melbourne City, it looked as though another unsavoury result…

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Concerned Mariners but the only way is up

The run of poor results continue for the yellow and navy, notching up losses to Perth Glory in the A-League in Gosford on Sunday before being dumped out of the FFA Cup by Adelaide on Wednesday. While both defeats were by a solitary goal, in all honesty it was hard to envisage a Mariners victory in either encounter. The results are concerning, but so are the crowds Sunday’s crowd of 6,391 may have been hampered by the poor weather enveloping the Central Coast, but it was also the worst-attended game between these two teams in Gosford. The Mariners have always…

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The Mariners Arnold Supremacy

The Review  The Mariners were lacklustre against their rivals from down the freeway, going down rather easily aside from a late penalty saved by Vedran Janjetovic. Sydney may have scored both their goals from set pieces, but on the balance of play were clear winners and consistently put the Mariners defence under pressure while the Yellow and Navy struggling to produce any noteworthy chances. Matthew Nash came in for the injured Liam Reddy and while he made a fine save from Milos Dimitrijevic in the second half, his failure to choose the correct option when playing out from the back…

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