Central Coast United

scottmac

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So more to the actual club. I think this is a f**king great thing to happen. Obviously there will be the fears of diluting the talent pool but in time I can oboe see this being great for the region. Local derby days will be awesome if they happen to be in the same division. This is what drives people to support their clubs. At the end of the day its another club on the production line to the mariners when it's full swing
 

Big Al

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So more to the actual club. I think this is a f**king great thing to happen. Obviously there will be the fears of diluting the talent pool but in time I can oboe see this being great for the region. Local derby days will be awesome if they happen to be in the same division. This is what drives people to support their clubs. At the end of the day its another club on the production line to the mariners when it's full swing
Not everyone develops at same rate so gives more opportunities especially maybe when NYL are washed up at 20yrs old
 

Yoda

Active Member
Squad assembled thus far:

Technical Director - Dean Heffernan
Head Coach - Stu Davis

Oscar Torres - seems to go against the grain of the mantra "giving locals a chance" - Kahibah junior, through Newcastle representative program, most recently played local Mens Premier League for Gosford City
Jack O'Malley (Goal Keeper) - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*
Alex Arbelo - local junior, Hills Brumbies, CCF/CCM Academy*
Nathan Blunden - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*, local Mens Premier League for The Entrance
Jordan Bennett - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*
Josh Swadling - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*, local Mens Premier League for The Entrance
Matt Johnson - local junior, Charlestown & Edgeworth (Newcastle NPL), local Mens Division 1 for Woongarrah Wildcats
Adam Blunden - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*, local Mens Premier League for The Entrance
Daniel McFarlane - local junior, CCF/CCM Academy*
Geordie Howe - local junior CCF/CCM Academy*, local Mens Premier League for Gosford City

* CCF/CCM Academy - played for either Coasties, Lightning, CCFC, CCMA or any other iteration of local rep team at the time
 

RECKY

I'm an idiot savant without the pesky savant bit
Off to watch UniteD at Pluim this avo , as opposed to the current state of the Mariners, never know, might see some decent footy and multiple goals for a change
#CCUFC
 

JoyfulPenguin

Well-Known Member
Off to watch UniteD at Pluim this avo , as opposed to the current state of the Mariners, never know, might see some decent footy and multiple goals for a change
#CCUFC
Enjoy mate! Great to see people getting around their local club. I frequent the Bulleen Lions down here.
 

priorpeter

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CCU held their own, and in fact probably had the better of the play against their higher ranked opponents yesterday. Adam Woodbine struck midway through the first half with a clinical finish off the outside of his right boot which nestled into the bottom right corner, giving the ‘keeper no chance.
Edgeworth struck back immediately after half time - a sloppy pass from the CCU right back was cut out, and with the CCU centre backs standing off and affording their man time and space to shoot he obliged, with a powerful effort from the edge of the area.
Less than a minute later, Woodbine was at it again - a well measured through ball from Ian Mcandrew gave Woodbine a couple of yards space, who blasted past the ‘keeper at his near post.
But it wasn’t to be for CCU; with less than 5 minutes remaining Edgeworth were through again. A good initial save by substitute ‘keeper Josh Doe - though he couldn’t hold it, and the rebound was tucked away.
A pretty positive hit out overall for the lads, finishing 2 apiece.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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CCU held their own, and in fact probably had the better of the play against their higher ranked opponents yesterday. Adam Woodbine struck midway through the first half with a clinical finish off the outside of his right boot which nestled into the bottom right corner, giving the ‘keeper no chance.
Edgeworth struck back immediately after half time - a sloppy pass from the CCU right back was cut out, and with the CCU centre backs standing off and affording their man time and space to shoot he obliged, with a powerful effort from the edge of the area.
Less than a minute later, Woodbine was at it again - a well measured through ball from Ian Mcandrew gave Woodbine a couple of yards space, who blasted past the ‘keeper at his near post.
But it wasn’t to be for CCU; with less than 5 minutes remaining Edgeworth were through again. A good initial save by substitute ‘keeper Josh Doe - though he couldn’t hold it, and the rebound was tucked away.
A pretty positive hit out overall for the lads, finishing 2 apiece.
Cheers for the match report! Very impressive that CCU could more than hold their own against Edgeworth.
 
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