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Hello Sailor

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LOL, the Jets are having such a dismal time that today's Newcastle Herald has a story about the Mariners instead.

Mariners up for away challenges -
Still buzzing from Angel Torres's 90th-minute goal in the win against Brisbane Roar, Central Coast Mariners are hoping to take that momentum into their next two away ALM matches. The Mariners are in top form with their last loss coming 11 games ago in their December match-up against the Roar, whom they gained sweet revenge on last week. Set to play Adelaide United at Hindmarsh Stadium on Saturday, winger Christian Theoharous was full of praise for Torres. "Angel's a special player. I think the sky is the limit for him," Theoharous said. "He's capable of achieving a lot of great things, we just keep him going, keep him grounded and hopefully he can score a few more goals." Coming out of a shaky start at the beginning of the season, the Mariners have found their mojo and are looking to keep their streak going. "We have a massive squad and a lot of good depth, so we understand our structures now," Theoharous said. "Obviously at the start it was hard with the adjustment period and now we are just rolling." Sitting third on the ladder, Mariners want to settle the score with United after their 3-0 loss earlier in the season. "It's going to be a really tough test in Adelaide - they're a great team," said Mariners manager Mark Jackson. After the Adelaide test, the Mariners head to New Zealand to face leaders Wellington Phoenix. "But first and foremost we have to go to a really difficult place in Adelaide," Jackson said.

CITATION (AGLC STYLE) CITATION (AGLC STYLE) 'Mariners up for away challenges', Newcastle Herald (online), 2 Feb 2024 83 ‹https://infoweb-newsbank com.ezproxy.sl.nsw.gov.au/apps/news/document-view?p=AWGLNB&docref=news/196F020AF6115AB8
 

Josho Howe

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LOL, the Jets are having such a dismal time that today's Newcastle Herald has a story about the Mariners instead.

Mariners up for away challenges -
Still buzzing from Angel Torres's 90th-minute goal in the win against Brisbane Roar, Central Coast Mariners are hoping to take that momentum into their next two away ALM matches. The Mariners are in top form with their last loss coming 11 games ago in their December match-up against the Roar, whom they gained sweet revenge on last week. Set to play Adelaide United at Hindmarsh Stadium on Saturday, winger Christian Theoharous was full of praise for Torres. "Angel's a special player. I think the sky is the limit for him," Theoharous said. "He's capable of achieving a lot of great things, we just keep him going, keep him grounded and hopefully he can score a few more goals." Coming out of a shaky start at the beginning of the season, the Mariners have found their mojo and are looking to keep their streak going. "We have a massive squad and a lot of good depth, so we understand our structures now," Theoharous said. "Obviously at the start it was hard with the adjustment period and now we are just rolling." Sitting third on the ladder, Mariners want to settle the score with United after their 3-0 loss earlier in the season. "It's going to be a really tough test in Adelaide - they're a great team," said Mariners manager Mark Jackson. After the Adelaide test, the Mariners head to New Zealand to face leaders Wellington Phoenix. "But first and foremost we have to go to a really difficult place in Adelaide," Jackson said.

CITATION (AGLC STYLE) CITATION (AGLC STYLE) 'Mariners up for away challenges', Newcastle Herald (online), 2 Feb 2024 83 ‹https://infoweb-newsbank com.ezproxy.sl.nsw.gov.au/apps/news/document-view?p=AWGLNB&docref=news/196F020AF6115AB8
Sold us a bit short saying our last loss was in December. November 12th wasn't in December last l looked ha
 

Robbiemariner

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Locals reckon they will pull the plug at the end of the season
A lot of die hard scummers are really worried that they will be moved/folded to accommodate the leagues expansion so there are an even no. of teams . They have voiced this and have been told that there is no guarantee that this is not going to happen , especially with the club being run/backed financially by 3 Aleague owners .... .
 

BrisRecky

I'm an idiot savant without the pesky savant bit
lets be straight up, the scum suck ..BUT..a football comp in orstrayliya without a mob of novacastrians running about kicking f**kers would be just f**king weird...imho, they deserve to be in the comp more than those homeless green and white Mexican f**ks who met zero bloody criteria .....reckrant over
 

turbo

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A lot of die hard scummers are really worried that they will be moved/folded to accommodate the leagues expansion so there are an even no. of teams . They have voiced this and have been told that there is no guarantee that this is not going to happen , especially with the club being run/backed financially by 3 Aleague owners .... .
I can’t see the club being allowed to fold or relocate. That kind of PR for the league right now would be disastrous. And if Newcastle can’t work then good luck with other markets. But it’s our job as fans to be pessimistic and we’d be feeling the same I bet
 

Corsair

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A lot of die hard scummers are really worried that they will be moved/folded to accommodate the leagues expansion so there are an even no. of teams . They have voiced this and have been told that there is no guarantee that this is not going to happen , especially with the club being run/backed financially by 3 Aleague owners .... .
Wouldn't you dump Glory ahead of the scum?
 

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