Former Mariners in the NPL

Discussion in 'Central Coast Mariners FC' started by JoyfulPenguin, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    Geeze Daniel Bragg is a name i’d forgotten about.
    Didn’t he have to have a couple years out because of his heart?

    And when did manny peters leave us?!?!?
    I don’t care for DDS’s brother..
  2. JoyfulPenguin

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    Francesco Stella has joined Caroline Springs George Cross (Formerly Sunshine George Cross) in the third tier of Victorian football.
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  3. JoyfulPenguin

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    NPL NSW Men’s 1

    Nathan Denham played a full game and kept a clean sheet, while Quentin Cheng played a full game and Marc Warren was not in the squad for the Sutherland Sharks as they defeated Sydney Olympic 3-0 who Paul Henderson played a full game for and Peter Kekeris came on in the second half for.

    Highlights for this game are unavailable.

    Tom Heward-Belle played a full game and kept a clean sheet for Sydney FC Youth as they defeated Hakoah Sydney City East 1-0 who Pedj Bojic played a full game for.

    Mitch Mallia played a full game and scored (14’) and Zac Cairncross was not in the squad for the Marconi Stallions as they lost 4-2 to the APIA Leichhardt Tigers who Chris Payne played a full game for and who Ivan Necevski was not in the squad for.

    Emmanuel Peters was not in the squad for the Mount Druitt Town Rangers as they lost 4-1 to Blacktown City who Matt Lewis played a full game and received a yellow card (48’) for, Adam Berry played a full game and had an assist (92’) for, Daniel Bragg played until the 78th minute for, Rhett De Silva came on in the 71st minute and scored (77’) for, Mason Versi came on in the 80th minute and received a yellow card (83’) for.

    Dylan Mitchell played a full game, Kieran Paull played a full game, Sam Gallagher played a full game, Dominic Ferguson played a full game, Dejan Pandurevic played a full game, Brad McDonald came on in the 63rd minute and Lewis Miccio was an unused substitute for Manly United as they lost 0-4 to the Wollongong Wolves who Justin Pasfield played a full game for, kept a clean sheet and received a yellow card (87’), Nick Littler played a full game for while James Markovic was not in the squad for Wollongong. Also, for the Wolves, recent trialist Thomas James played a full game, scored (24’) and had two assists (84’) and (91),

    David Bradasevic played a full game, Mickey Neill played a full game, Nick Petrillo played a full game and Panni Nikas was not in the squad for the Rockdale City Suns as they lost 2-3 to Sydney United 58 who Matt Sim played a full game, scored (2’) and had an assist (37’) for, Adrian Vlastelica played a full game for, Glen Trifiro played until the 75th minute for, Liam Rose came on in the 64th minute for, Daniel Sadaka was an unused substitute for and who Josh McDonald was not in the squad for.

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  4. JoyfulPenguin

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  5. JoyfulPenguin

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    Tomislav Uskok has joined Sydney United 58 from the Melbourne Knights.
  6. JoyfulPenguin

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    Matt Sim, Pedj Bojic and Justin Pasfield all made the NPL NSW Men's 1 team of the week. Recent trialist Thomas James did as well:
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  8. JoyfulPenguin

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    Peter Skapetis playing for South Melbourne against Dandenong City, who have Brenton Santalab, Carl Valeri and Adrian Leijer on their books.

  9. Wombat

    Wombat Well-Known Member

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  10. JoyfulPenguin

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    He really hasn't, got outshone by Brandon Barnes at Dandenong Thunder and couldn't handle it.
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  11. MrCelery

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  13. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    I love the little digs the edgeworth coach has at Hoole and Broadmeadow.
    What a hilarious 24hours it’s been. Can’t wait to watch Hoole get snapped tomorrow.
  14. sydmariner

    sydmariner Well-Known Member

    ccm's GOAT isn't playing so that might not happen:popcorn:
  15. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    For anyone wanting to laugh at Hoole getting snapped by part timers go to Bar Tv on YouTube.
    Currently live.
    He’s already been double teamed and tried to do his shitty little dive and didn’t work and got mauled. Hilarious.
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  16. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    So for those that had better things to do instead of laughing at Hoole.
    He did absolutely f**k all before being subbed at 59mins. Zadkovich was constantly yelling “hooley stay active” and “hooley pick ya man and go with him”
    He struggled to track back as usual. Very average on the ball. Zero effort. Tried a few times to win free kicks in his usual slowly falling manner that didn’t work at all. And each time he tried he was just swarmed by the edgeworth boys.
    In all honesty he looked like your average NPL player. What a piss weak attitude. You’d assume he’s been training with Magic for atleast 2 weeks also.
    You’d also think with 2 other ex pros at Magic in James Virgili and the more recent Mitch Oxborrow and even Kristian Brymora who go out every weekend in npl and get well stuck in, and show excellent quality for the most part, that it would rub off on Hoole.
    Newy NPL has a lot of high quality technical players but pretty much everyone who plays in that league is no nonsense in every tackle.
    If Hoole doesn’t change his attitude (he won’t) he’s going to have a broken bone before seasons end.
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  17. JoyfulPenguin

    JoyfulPenguin Well-Known Member

    Watched about ten minutes and it's clear he has brought the same attitude to Broadmeadow that he brought to us. He clearly has the technical ability to succeed at A-League level but he doesn't seem to want to put the effort into to do so, such a shame.
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  18. Big Al

    Big Al Well-Known Member

    Definitely had better things to do.

    He never had the mental aptitude to succeed or a left foot
  19. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    I don’t see it as a shame at all. His attitude and personality deserves to be put on blast.

    On paper when an ex aleague player with 136 games on his CV, especially at the age of 25, drops to NPL you should 100% see the massive gap in quality no matter if it’s that players first 58mins down in npl.
    The only comparable player to hooles situation is Oxborrow. He only has 49 aleague appearances and when he gets on the ball, and even off it, 9/10 times you’ll see a very large gap in quality over the NPL players.
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  20. Pirate Pete

    Pirate Pete Well-Known Member

    Yeah I had better things to do too, but watched 10 minutes while waiting for the BBQ to get up to heat.
    He didn't do much in the bit I watched.
    Came back in after putting the meat in and he was lining up a free kick with another bloke.
    The other bloke took it. Would have been 2 points if they were playing league.
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