Mariner stuff not worthy of a whole thread

Discussion in 'Central Coast Mariners FC' started by RECKY, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. RECKY

    RECKY I'm an idiot savant without the pesky savant bit

    After thumbing through my twitter machine ,I’m amazed that the #StajOut shite hasn’t started yet ......not that I want it too
  2. Big Al

    Big Al Well-Known Member

    It’s not the coaching it’s the cattle
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  3. FFC Mariner

    FFC Mariner Well-Known Member

    It's not the cattle it's the lack of funding of both the squad and off field.
    The buck stops with Charlesworth. He has driven the club into the ground
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  4. Insertnamehere

    Insertnamehere Well-Known Member

    We had 6 points at this time last year. Despite dominating most games. Staj has brought some starch and heart.
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  5. midfielder

    midfielder Well-Known Member


    Marketing folk will tell you the hardest client to win is a former client that has left you.

    CCLC lost the fans over a number of years, the business mistakes they made could be used as a case study in how not to do things and turn people away.

    The reason I posted the above sentence is to drive home to the club, its been mostly there own actions and non actions that has caused the walk out. Meaning they need to work their socks off to win people back, and more so to stem the flow that is increasing.

    How do they repair the damage, tis an interesting question...

    For starters they could show they care .... how could they do that, three simple things.

    1] At the entrances to the club have larger Mariner pictures of past players and signed shirts.
    2] Match days dress bar staff in Mariner shirts.
    3] Allocate part of the club as a Mariners area pre and post match's, have the allocated bar filled with Mariners pictures, signed shirts.

    More direct things.

    Allocate to all Mariner members, say 6 free drink vouchers, limited to wine and beer...

    On a similar theme, if you are a Mariner member receive 5% off drink prices.

    Shaun, its difficult to turn back a flowing tide and thats what the CCLC is faced with.... it needs to be said ,their own incompetence and arrogance being the chief course ...

    I would add this equally applies to CCM as the inability to put a team not battling for the spoon over 5 years and maybe more ..... the unwillingness to invest in either a top striker and central defender pre-season and what anyone who analysis-ed our club including the forum said was essential.... it is starting to bite at a community level.... CCM also need to work hard to get fans back....
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  6. style_cafe

    style_cafe Well-Known Member

    I hate to be negative but that`s the last place i`d want to go if we we didn`t win...:popcorn:
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  7. Pirate Pete

    Pirate Pete Well-Known Member

    Yes I was thinking the same thing. Would security be in place to protect Clisby against the lynch mob?
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  8. turbo

    turbo Well-Known Member

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  9. pjennings

    pjennings Well-Known Member


    Gosford City FC is excited to announce that former Central Coast Mariners legend and Sydney FC player, Pedj Bojic, will be training Gosford City FC's Under 18’s Squad in the 2020 preseason.

    In a coup for Gosford City, Pedj will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our under 18’s squad. Pedj has played over 250 pro games both in the UK and the A-League. For more than 10 years Pedj has been mentoring and training pro athletes, sporting teams and young inspiring footballers and currently operates a successful football orientated, strength & conditioning business with an A-list of clients such as Socceroo & English Premier League goalkeeper, & former Central Coast Mariner, Matt Ryan, as well as Socceroo, international player & former Central Coast Mariner, Mustafa Amini.
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  10. AuzDutchy

    AuzDutchy Active Member

    Hats off to him ;);)
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  11. Michael

    Michael Well-Known Member

    Just watching this U23 match vs Iraq on Kayo.
    And genuinely blown away that buhagiar is on the same pitch as these players. The iraqi’s are very very good btw.
    He’s literally been invisible. Chased down one ball and put a cross in. And he started over a player like Italiano?!? Is he dating arnie’s unknown 2nd daughter or something?
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  12. RECKY

    RECKY I'm an idiot savant without the pesky savant bit

    So, what do we think,given our lack of crowds .....more night games or change the whole friggin comp to winter/spring
  13. Tevor

    Tevor Well-Known Member

    Personally I like summer, but I’m not out there chasing that ball around.
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  14. sydmariner

    sydmariner Well-Known Member

    Catch an Away Day Bus to the Derby in Round 18!
    Tickets are now available for Mariners fans to jump on Away Day Bus when the boys head to Newcastle to take on the Jets in the #F3Derby in Hyundai A-League Round 18.

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  15. Big Al

    Big Al Well-Known Member

    Anybody want to be the BBQ sauce mascot. A League memes raising funds for bushfires and CCM have put in a prize of being the BBQ sauce bottle. But bring your wallet
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  16. bikinigirl

    bikinigirl Well-Known Member

    . those providing the Premium Service must think a trip to Newcastle is beneath them :piralaugh:
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  17. scottmac

    scottmac Well-Known Member

    Out of genuine curiosity, what is it that the CCLC does for the mariners or our supporters that they expect attendance or patronage?
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  18. Elite

    Elite Active Member

    It has always absolutely baffled me how any sort of on-going events/relationship hasn't been formed. Such a great opportunity that hasn't been capitalised on. One can only assume that it would've been hugely beneficial to both parties over the years.
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  19. Josho Howe

    Josho Howe Well-Known Member

    Someone who was there back in the first few seasons would know more than me, but l believe the relationship started off pretty well Seasons 1/2/3 but it dropped off and then just became non-existent. I feel as if they believe they should get the patronage on game days since they're literally across the road and it's convenient for most which is true. However, with Bay Rd and Baker St. providing an alternative, they've lost business and now realise they've got competition. Bay Rd for me has been a welcome addition and a fantastic alternative with its location and its good beers and vibes and CCLC now have to actually try and get those people back by doing something.
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  20. turbo

    turbo Well-Known Member

    This. They get business by default and have been taking it for granted. Well that's if they even care, with the way they've systematically managed to kill it off as somewhere young people might go over the last 15-20 years they can't be surprised when those same customers now in their 30s and 40s have little interest in attending and young people in their late teens early 20s never became customers at all.
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