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FFC Mariner

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They both play with more energy and intensity than we do - we have to fix that part of our game.
More snakes on the pitch than the reptile park
 

neverwozza

Active Member
Haha beat me to it gents. Him going has allowed Miller to burst on to the scene and without trying to sound like a broken record is doing an exceptional job playing out of position.
 

midfielder

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Teams with new coaches are always that wee bit harder to beat.... hope we thrash em...

Interestingly snake or Miller.... in defence its Miller by light years and his attack is steadily om proving...
 

turbo

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eams with new coaches are always that wee bit harder to beat.... hope we thrash em
They play Sydney, City and the nix before they get anywhere near us. They'll either be backed in to a corner and dangerous or totally imploded by then.
 

midfielder

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OK OK maybe from a different perspective....

The Hunter / Newcastle area is a Football heartland and its a real shame money is affecting the club ....

Personally I think if I where buying a club its a great buy.... long history, Football heartland, loyal fans, knowledgeable fans.... don't all yell at once I would prefer to do battles with the Jerks of a Football nature instead of we each laugh at each other over who has the worse owners...

Tis a pity they have had a series of poor owners,,,,,

The Mariners also have had poor owners, and it highlights as many point out a issue with no P & R, owners can ignore the greater good of the game for a few coins...

Having said that, the P & R thing is equally not as cut and dyed as many think...
 

turbo

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Having said that, the P & R thing is equally not as cut and dyed as many think.
Without better funding and a viable professional second division I can’t see how clubs like ours or Newcastle could survive. Fine for a big club to buy their way back but they are unlikely to drop anyway.
 

Tim

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Does anyone else think Merrick was a bit hard done by? Only 2 years ago he takes the club to the first GF in 10 years and this year injuries and budget cuts can’t have helped the team’s performances on the field. At the risk of stating the obvious, in the corporate world the chairman may punt the CEO if both positions are on the line. Better to push than be pushed... I wonder what’s happening in the Newcastle boardroom right now...
 
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