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JoyfulPenguin

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Mariners Abroad

Asia

AFC Cup

Kim Seung-Yong came on in the 62nd minute for Lee Man (Hong Kong) as they lost 1-3 to Eastern (Hong Kong).

Giancarlo Gallifuoco played a full game and kept a clean sheet as Kuala Lumpur City (Malaysia) drew 0-0 with PSM (Indonesia).

Jesse Curran started and played until the 90th minute for Kaya FC (Philipines) as they lost 1-2 to Visakha (Cambodia).

Japan (Second Division)

Mitch Duke was not in the squad for 4th Fagiano Okayama as they drew 1-1 with 13th Mito Hollyhock.
 

JoyfulPenguin

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If and when Monty makes bigger moves, I hope both the club and Hutch are in a place for him to come back.
That would be fantastic. Hope the club is keeping in regular contact with him and keeps the connection alive. With the success Monty has had with such a small budget it won't be long before he is wanted elsewhere. A proper succession plan with Hutch would be sensational.
 

Insertnamehere

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That would be fantastic. Hope the club is keeping in regular contact with him and keeps the connection alive. With the success Monty has had with such a small budget it won't be long before he is wanted elsewhere. A proper succession plan with Hutch would be sensational.
As an aside .I hope that guys going to coach with AP gives them the tune up their careers need to kick on. AP is, no matter what, the premiere manager australia has produced. I think its super important, if it is intentional of him, to bring guys in, that he keeps doing so.
 

Allreet?

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That would be fantastic. Hope the club is keeping in regular contact with him and keeps the connection alive. With the success Monty has had with such a small budget it won't be long before he is wanted elsewhere. A proper succession plan with Hutch would be sensational.
I know Hutcho regards the Mariners as his dream job.

Although, if he continues to be successful where he is, his horizons may change.

Would love to see him back but VERY happy with Monty right now.
 

Wombat

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Mariners Abroad

Asia

AFC Cup

Kim Seung-Yong came on in the 62nd minute for Lee Man (Hong Kong) as they lost 1-3 to Eastern (Hong Kong).

Giancarlo Gallifuoco played a full game and kept a clean sheet as Kuala Lumpur City (Malaysia) drew 0-0 with PSM (Indonesia).

Jesse Curran started and played until the 90th minute for Kaya FC (Philipines) as they lost 1-2 to Visakha (Cambodia).

Japan (Second Division)

Mitch Duke was not in the squad for 4th Fagiano Okayama as they drew 1-1 with 13th Mito Hollyhock.
Is GG playing in goals now JP?
 

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