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Discussion in 'Australian A-League' started by el-capitano, Jan 20, 2009.
after his perfomance today i think he defo needs to stay, even a marquee spot if he keeps it up
Even in the trials he was a stand out.
Give him more time and he will improve and gel better with the squad. He has made a few comments to local media that he is open to staying, so with Covic's departure tonight, there will be a lot of spare cash int he salary cap to hopefully retain him.
Great draw from the Central Coast, away from home to boot. They're really proving to be a strong team after all - perhaps my worry was for nought, but we'll see how they go in their next few matches. They were unlucky to come away with a win, especially with their attacking chances in the last 10 minutes of the half, then added time, but it was a good showing, especially on foreign turf.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZOCwhW7IDs"]YouTube - Newcastle Jets v Ulsan Hyundai Asian Champions League 17-March-2009[/ame]
i was pretty impressed by them, but wilkos sitter...oh deary me
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbA5MfHQyP4"]YouTube - Tianjin Teda v Central Coast Mariners Asian Champions League 18-March-2009[/ame]
are my eyes deceiving me, or did dennis berghkamp score the second ccm goal?
it was matt simon
Jets up 1 - 0 over Nagoya at halftime in Japan. Newcastle have been all over them & probably should be at least 2-0 up. Elrich got the goal & should have got a 2nd minutes later but he scuffed the shot. Nagoya have been decidedly average, they improved slightly towards the end of the half. But Newcastle have been good value for their lead so far.
Nagoya Grampus 1-1 Newcastle Jets: Tamada comes off the bench to score equaliser
Bah, could of easily won it. fkn Wheelhouse.
The Mariners did one better than Bayern last night!
time to part ways with McKinna methinks.
sat with the kawasaki supporters... just great atmosphere!
CCM where very much out classed on and off the field...
They haven't won a single game since Jedinak left.
Central Coast are embarrassingly bad since Jedinak left. They just can't keep possession.
It's time to look past individual players and coaches and see that the entire team needs some overhauling. Sure enough they've lost plenty, but they need to find ways to make things click - fast.
At this rate I'm in "surprised" territory, because I honestly would've picked the Mariners to come out of the group stage - but now it's looking like Newcastle's going to get the job done.
4 Games in
2007: SFC 7pts, AU 4pts
2008: AU 10 pts, MV 3pts
2009: NJ 4pts, CCM 2pts
Actually, Newcastle have only played three games.
I am just anticipating the inevitable
You anticipated correcty!