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Here you go:Where was the match report Mick?any link mate...
Cheers Pete...Here you go:
The Central Coast Mariners have continued their promising pre-season, defeating a strong Melbourne Victory side 3-2 in Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon. Sam Silvera scored the first goal of the match for the Mariners, with a Paul Ayongo double sealing the pleasing result on the road. The game...ccmariners.com.au
Good luck with that.Anyone know where our game with Western tomorrow is going to be held? Would love to attend and report back.
My best guess is that it will probably be at City Vista as that's where WU generally have these games. But not knowing the time makes it near impossible as I live on the opposite side of town.Good luck with that.
Now we apparently have a new media manager, there are quite a few areas where fan communication can improve and this would be a good one to start. Whenever there is a pre-season game announced, there is usually a few posts along the lines of the above. If the club don't want fans there - and that seems to be the case - then they should say so when they announce it and maybe even give the reasons (e.g. insurance/ stewarding costs). Or otherwise announce the time and venue if fans are allowed.
TBH your best bet might be to ring WU
And it won’t make the slightest difference to the squad that Arnie stakes to the WC.I'm guessing Cummings will start, with Kuol to get a run second half.
Three goals between them.
New Media Guy is on the case and answering your questions - tomorrow's game is behind closed doors. And before anybody asks the next question - no, it won't be streamed either.My best guess is that it will probably be at City Vista as that's where WU generally have these games. But not knowing the time makes it near impossible as I live on the opposite side of town.