Mariners Drop Points Late

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Mariners Drop Points Late

The Central Coast Mariners and Western Sydney Wanderers played out an enthralling 1-1 draw in front of 17,134 people at Gosford’s Bluetongue Stadium Saturday evening. Tom Juric’s 87th minute goal cancelled out Mitchell Duke’s 55th minute opener, in a result the match deserved. Understandably both sides were rusty early and were unable to find a comfortable rhythm with possession frequently changing. Shinji Ono was a surprise substitute as Labino Haliti started as the lone striker, with Michael Bridge on the left for the away side. Graham Arnold’s starting XI featured Zac Anderson who edged out new recruit Marcel Seip for…

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Great Test for Champions and Premiers

Saturday evening will see Bluetongue Stadium play host to the much anticipated grand final replay between last season’s two standout sides. 175 days since the Mariners claimed their maiden championship over Western Sydney, they welcome the Wanderers to Gosford in what is shaping up to be a sell-out. Both teams were dominant last year; however this season is sure to be a lot tougher. Despite this many are predicting the Mariners and Wanderers to again be fighting it out for the Premier’s plate. The Match: The Wanderers will enter the game with a relatively unchanged line up from what was seen…

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Central Coast Reach Membership Milestone

Eleven days out from their opening game, the Central Coast Mariners today announced that they had surpassed 5000 members for season 9. In an email sent to club members, the opening sentence read ”From Arnie, from Hutch, from Mike, Mossy, Peter, Patrick, and Pauly – in fact from each and every one of us here at the Central Coast Mariners Football Club, we want to say ‘Thanks’!” The club last season recorded 3,501 members and on the back of the winning their maiden championship, the bar was raised to reach 5000. During the A-League off season club officials including General…

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Central Coast Mariners 2013/14 Season Preview

CentralCoast will begin their 2013/14 A-League campaign in unfamiliar territory. After coming close three times previously the Mariners enter season nine as reigning champions after winning their maiden title earlier this year against the Western Sydney Wanderers. This is how season nine is shaping up for Graham Arnold’s men. Analysis: The 2013 off season has again seen a high turnover of players at the Central Coast with five key players from the club’s season eight success heading overseas or retiring. Patrick Zwaanswijk and Mat Ryan were vital to the Mariners success last year in a team that conceded only 22 goals…

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