Mariners Draw 2019/20

MagpieMariner

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Just watched the highlights. Oh dear, next week is not going to be pretty for the yellow. Only consolation, Redders hasn't had a clean sheet yet I don't think. I said earlier that I thought AU & MC were better than FC, but I've had to revise that opinion. Tonight was a massive display and it'll get worse (for the opposition) when Barbarouses gets his scoring boots on.
 

pjennings

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Well I'll go against the trend. Next week will be the first week we should have a fully fit Milan and Kim as well as hopefully a better cutting edge with Jair (at least for part of the game). We need to cut the feed to ALF and Barbarouses from midfield and I think with both Kim and Milan in the team we have a chance to do that.

Will we win? I'm not going that far but I give us a shot. What I cannot see is a Sydney rout.
 

turbo

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I think we’ll see another defensive set up like the WU game where we try to shut them down and look to pinch something on the counter or when we get a bit of possession up the other end. Will be interesting to see who we line up with and if the individual errors can be cut down.
 

Pirate Pete

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Just watched the highlights. Oh dear, next week is not going to be pretty for the yellow. Only consolation, Redders hasn't had a clean sheet yet I don't think. I said earlier that I thought AU & MC were better than FC, but I've had to revise that opinion. Tonight was a massive display and it'll get worse (for the opposition) when Barbarouses gets his scoring boots on.
I thought it had on the screen at the start of the game he'd had one clean sheet from six games this season.

They beat WU 2-0.
 

Forum Phoenix

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At least Sydney aren’t as physical which will suit some of our attacking players, but in most other regards, clearly a much stronger squad across the park. And hard to imagine them not scoring 2 or more goals on us. Their running down the right against roar was awesome. I’m having nightmares about Clisby already.
 

Tevor

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Ninko giving SFC two weeks to try and keep him. Let’s hope that causes some internal conflicts. He had a great game last night. Bulls must have made a large offer.
 

Capn Gus Bloodbeard

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At least Sydney aren’t as physical which will suit some of our attacking players, but in most other regards, clearly a much stronger squad across the park. And hard to imagine them not scoring 2 or more goals on us. Their running down the right against roar was awesome. I’m having nightmares about Clisby already.
I think this is a real big test for Staj - how much can he restore the confidence and optimism to where it was before the season and have us playing like Rd 1/2?
 

FFC Mariner

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I think this is a real big test for Staj - how much can he restore the confidence and optimism to where it was before the season and have us playing like Rd 1/2?
I dont think so - anything less than 5 is going to be a good result - Just get Trent to run at Clisby and he'll score 3
 

rbakersmith

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It looks like the draw has changed yet again...

I got two emails from Ticketek this morning:
Dear ticket holder,

Central Coast Stadium in conjunction with Central Coast Mariners, wishes to advise you that the date for Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC at Central Coast Stadium on 22nd February 2020 has changed.

The new date is Sunday 23rd February 2020, 6pm kick off. Your tickets are valid for this new date.
Dear ticket holder,

Central Coast Stadium in conjunction with Central Coast Mariners, wishes to advise you that the date for Central Coast Mariners v Western Sydney Wanderers at Central Coast Stadium on 19th April 2020 has changed.

The new date is Saturday 18th April 2020, kick off 5pm. Your tickets are valid for this new date.
 

turbo

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At least the WSW game has more chance of bringing a crowd now. No excuse not to on a Saturday arvo.
 

Timmah

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Central Coast Mariners fixtures |

Perth Glory v Central Coast Mariners – Saturday, 18th July, 5:00pm @ Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets – Friday, 24th July, 7:30pm @ Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Mariners v WS Wanderers – Monday, 27th July, 7:30pm @ Central Coast Stadium

Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners – Monday, 3rd August, 7:30pm @ TBC

Rescheduled matches - playing Perth away at ... Gosford.
 
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