Central Coast Mariners

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23 July 2014
Goalkeeper Mark Birighitti joins Youssouf Hersi, Nick Montgomery and Manny Muscat as the final players added to the 2014 FOXTEL A-League All Stars squad for the upcoming glamour match against Juventus.
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16 July 2014
Mile Sterjovski has hung up his boots after a glittering career. Football has taken him and his family on a globetrotting journey from the suburbs of Sydney to the World Cup, matching up against the sport’s very elite. As he told Kat Caravella in the June issue of FourFourTwo magazine, it was a childhood dream come true…
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8 July 2014
The first six A-League All Stars players for 2014 have been named with Josh Rose, Storm Roux, Sasa Ognenovski, Ali Abbas, Matthew Spiranovic and Tomi Juric getting the nod from fans to face Serie A champions Juventus. 
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7 July 2014
Versatile defender Brent Griffiths will return to the Central Coast Mariners for a third season after the 24-year-old finalised a new one-season deal with the club on Monday.
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7 July 2014
These are the pics that have Central Coast Mariners fuming and consulting their legal team.
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7 July 2014
Midfielder Michael McGlinchey took part in his first Wellington Phoenix training session on Monday morning as the dispute between the Phoenix and the Central Coast Mariners over the player drags on.
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6 July 2014
Michael McGlinchey is one step closer to joining the Wellington Phoenix with the midfielder to start training with the A-League club from Monday while negotiations continue to resolve the contract dispute with Central Coast Mariners.
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5 July 2014
Central Coast Mariners fullback Storm Roux believes the best place to continue his development as a footballer in the A-League is under Phil Moss at the Gosford-based club.
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2 July 2014
Central Coast Mariners have secured the services of three young guns, with Anthony Caceres, Mitchell Duke and Storm Roux all putting pen to paper on extended deals.
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Controversial regulations slapped on A-League fans have been slammed as ‘unenforceable’ and detrimental to the league’s growth.

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