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Central Coast Mariners Squad 2021/22

scottmac

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Nice article
I definitely believe he can shock a lot of people given the chance this season. Unbelievable technical ability striking the ball, good speed, touch and timing of runs.
With Simon, Urena and Moresche I'm not sure he'll get a hell of a lot of time up front (barring injuries) he may have to play on the side. However we've got more players capable of playing there (on the wings) than we have for a long time.
 

Wombat

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Nice article
I definitely believe he can shock a lot of people given the chance this season. Unbelievable technical ability striking the ball, good speed, touch and timing of runs.

He impressed me against Blacktown. It fact he was the most impressive of all of our subs in that frozen town. I got the same feeling I got the very first time I saw Aiden O'Neill and Dan Hall.....the kid is a gold plated prospect.
 

Big Dog

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With Simon, Urena and Moresche I'm not sure he'll get a hell of a lot of time up front (barring injuries) he may have to play on the side. However we've got more players capable of playing there (on the wings) than we have for a long time.
I think you're right. Hopefully we'll get a decent run in the FFA Cup and he can get some experience there. I'm sure he'll get some time late in games this season. Training as part of the top squad will help him step up and he hasn't looked out of place there. Oli and Birra screaming at him keeps him grounded and hungry for more 😉
 

style_cafe

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Fantastic piece 👏
Dear CCM Members and Fans,

It is with great excitement that we get to kick off the 2021/22 Isuzu UTE A-League season with a derby win and with such a memorable match, it sets the tone for what is once again going to be a huge season for everyone at the Central Coast Mariners.

I just wanted to take the time to thank all our members that have signed up this year already and encourage all fans to jump on the website and sign up now to get the very best experience for the season ahead.

The passion by so many thousands of CCM fans making the trip to Newcastle that gave us almost a home ground advantage in terrible conditions, was amazing and I want to thank every one who made this very special trip.

Seeing last night two of our Academy products deliver the match winning goals in the derby is a credit to everyone at the club and in particular the Academy. Josh Nisbet, an absolute club favourite playing out of position to fill the gap for an injured Matt Simon scored his first goal in what was a special moment. Amazingly this wasn’t the only special moment as only minutes later Jacob Farrell a Wyoming Junior on debut in his first A-League match, scored a sensational header from the cross of new recruit Cy Goddard to give us the 2nd goal that see’s us start the season on top of the ladder.

All this on the debut game for new Head Coach Nick Montgomery, who we proudly handed the reigns to after successful seasons in our NPL Academy, where he over saw the development of these young players coming through, such as Harry Steele, who also made his A-League debut last night adding another proud Coastie product to the long list of players born and bred on the Coast.

Some of you may not know but the Jersey the players were wearing last night was a very special one. Embedded in the design of the jersey on the back is the name of every player who has ever played for the Mariners. This year our brilliant new apparel partner Paladin has created not only one of the best performance jerseys we have ever had, but also a special jersey with fantastic design and details.

A special thanks again to our great new major partner MATE who have made a huge difference to our club and play a huge part in this Mariners Family. Seeing the MATE brand on the front of the jersey just embodies everything we stand for as a club and a community.

For our first home game on the 12th of December at Central Coast Stadium against Sydney FC, the home jersey will have the name of every 2020 CCM member on the back and waiting for our next away game, our 3rd strip will have the name of every 2020 Academy player. This shows the boys that everyone from the members, to the former players, to the Academy recruits have their back as they cross the white line into the heat of battle.. This really does highlight the immense impact this club has in the community and what makes our club so special.

This season you will see more from our cult hero Marvin as he drives everyone to come to the game, there will be fireworks on and off the field with our annual NYE Fireworks happening at 9pm again after we close out the year with our match against Macarthur FC. Our digital capabilities have been enhanced with the introduction of the new app KeepUp which is the new home of football in Australia and this coupled with a new TV broadcast deal with Channel 10 and Paramount+ will expose the game to new fans and drive the growth of the game. Starting soon will be the return of MarinersTV which will be a fortnightly show giving an insight into the club and providing fans, members and partners, more than ever before.

There will be a drive to do our community proud and do as much as we can for the region that we represent, for example we are also about to announce that we will be hosting Christmas Carols this year at Central Coast Stadium and ensure that this important event still goes ahead for the city of Gosford. The Christmas Carols will showcase a DecemberFest campaign that sees not only four blockbuster A-League matches but a double header with the A-League Women’s coming to Central Coast Stadium and plenty more in the community to bring Gosford to life this festive season.

There are loads to be excited about and heaps to get involved in. If you can help us spread the word and get involved where you can, you can help us make this season one of the best ever for the Coast.

Make sure you download the KeepUp app to be kept up to date on everything CCM and Football around the world, whilst there also check out the membership and merchandise offers which make a perfect present for Christmas.

I look forward to catching up at Central Coast Stadium on December 12 vs Sydney FC where We Won’t Back Down and we truly believe that Anything is Possible!

Shaun Mielekamp
Central Coast Mariners CEO




Thanks LG_. I finally found what you were talking about.
I hope you don`t mind me posting it.
Cheers... :popcorn:
 
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