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22 September 2014
W-League wrap: Round two
Canberra United, Perth Glory and Sydney FC have notched up back-to-back wins to stay top of the W-League.
21 September 2014
Jets and Mariners' F3 stalemate
The Newcastle Jets and Central Coast Mariners played out a 0-0 draw in Saturday's pre-season fixture at Glen Willow Regional Sports Stadium in Mudgee.
20 September 2014
Newcastle Jets grant Paratore trial
Newcastle Jets will offer young Australian midfielder Robert Paratore the chance of an A-League contract with a one-week trial next week.
19 September 2014
Newcastle Jets sale 'not imminent'
Newcastle Jets described discussions in the UK regarding the club’s ownership as positive but say any sale would be months down the track.
15 September 2014
Jets caught short after Paartalu picks City
The Newcastle Jets spent months in talks with midfield target Erik Paartalu only to be out-bid by Melbourne City in the home stretch.
11 September 2014
Title fight and Jets deal all in a week for Welsh
State League defender Allan Welsh is having a huge week, signing with Newcastle Jets just days before he lines up with SA’s NPL title-contenders Croydon Kings on Saturday.
11 September 2014
Birighitti better for Leverkusen setback
Mark Birighitti is in the ‘right mindspace’ to lead the Newcastle Jets to their first finals appearance in five years despite an off-season which included a failed European move and missing the final World Cup cut.
8 September 2014
Stubbins defends Goodwin's Newcastle exit
Newcastle coach Phil Stubbins has defended the release of Craig Goodwin to Adelaide United, saying his exit was needed to strengthen the Jets squad in other areas.
7 September 2014
Goodwin signs with Adelaide United
Craig Goodwin is returning home to South Australia after signing a two-year contract with Adelaide United.
Townsville Football Cup
3 September 2014
Townsville Football Cup lures more A-League clubs
Northern Fury chairman Rabieh Krayem admits the crowds which attended last week’s Townsville Football Cup were below expectations but is optimistic the tournament will return next year.