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    19/20 HAL Round 3 | Newcastle Jets v Adelaide Utd | Sat 26/10/19 1930

    A-League 2019/20 Match day 3 Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United

    FIXTURE FACTS
    Overall – 45 fixtures between the two teams. Of this, the teams have met on 43 occasions in the A-League and on 2 occasions in the FFA Cup.
    Jets Wins - 13, United Wins - 19, Drawn - 13

    In Newcastle – 20 matches.
    Jets Wins - 9, United Wins - 6, Drawn - 5
    In Adelaide - 25 matches
    Jets Wins - 4, United Wins - 13, Drawn - 8

    Average Home A-League Crowd – 9774
    Average Away A-League Crowd - 9621

    Goals in Fixture
    Jets – 44, United - 59
    In Newcastle -
    Jets – 22, United - 18

    1st Goals in Fixture
    Jets – 19, United - 20

    Cards in Fixture
    Jets - 115 (111 yellow, 4 red), United 72 (69 yellow, 3 red)


    Last Result -
    Newcastle Jets 0 - Adelaide United 0 at McDonald Jones Stadium, A-League, Round 20, Season 2018/19

    Starting line-ups from Last Meeting in Season 2018/19 Match day 20
    Newcastle Jets Adelaide United
    Glen Moss Paul Izzo
    Daniel Georgievski Ryan Strain
    Nigel Boogaard Michael Marrone
    Nikolai Topor-Stanley Michael Jakobsen
    Ivan Vujica Scott Galloway
    Ben Kantarovski Isaias
    Matthew Ridenton Mirko Boland
    Dimitri Petratos Ryan Kitto
    Jair Eduardo Craig Goodwin
    Kaine Sheppard George Blackwood
    Roy O'Donovan Jordy Thomassen

    FIXTURE RECORDS

    Biggest Win
    Jets 4 (Kemp 12’og, Carle 22’, Zelic 68’, Carle 89’) – Adelaide 2 (Valkanis 38, Corbo 67’og) at Hindmarsh Stadium, Round 8, Season 2005/06, 14/10/2005.

    Heaviest Defeat
    Jets 0 – Adelaide 7 (Djite 2’, 54’, Carrusca 23’, 28’, Boogaard 35’, Cirio 70’, Isais 90+3’) at Hindmarsh Stadium, A-League Season 2014/15 Round 15, 24/01/2015.

    Leading Scorers in fixture –

    Jets - Joel Griffiths, Nick Carle, Mark Bridge, Matt Thompson, Andrew Nabbout, Ben Kantarovski (3)
    United - Marcelo Carrusca (6)


    2019/20 A-LEAGUE SEASON STATISTICS
    Number Name Appearances Starts Subbed On Subbed off Minutes Played Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
    1 Glen Moss 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    3 Jason Hoffman 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    4 Nigel Boogaard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    5 Ben Kantarovski 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    6 Steven Ugarkovic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    8 Wes Hoolahan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    9 Abdiel Arroyo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    10 Dimitri Petratos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    11 Nick Fitzgerald 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    14 Kaine Sheppard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    16 Matt Millar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    18 John Koutroumbis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    19 Kosta Petratos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    20 Lewis Italiano 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    22 Lachlan Jackson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    23 Matthew Ridenton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    24 Joe Champness 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    25 Jack Simmons 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    28 Patrick Langlois 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    31 Maki Petratos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    32 Angus Thurgate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    40 Noah James 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    44 Nikolai Topor-Stanley 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


    COACHING
    Coaches Head to Head – 1 matches
    Ernie Merrick - 0 wins, Gertjan Verbeek - 1 win, 0 drawn

    Newcastle Jets A-League Coaching Records –
    • Ernie Merrick - 6 matches (2 wins, 2 drawn, 2 losses = 33% win ratio)
    • Mark Jones - 3 matches (1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss = 33% win ratio)
    • Scott Miller - 3 matches (0 wins, 2 drawn, 1 loss = 0% win ratio)
    • Phil Stubbins - 3 matches (1 win, 0 drawn, 2 losses = 33% win ratio)
    • Gary Van Egmond - 17 matches (5 wins, 7 drawn and 5 losses = 29% win ratio)
    • Richard Money - 3 matches (1 win, 0 drawn, 2 losses = 33% win ratio)
    • Branko Culina - 6 matches (2 wins, 2 drawn, 2 losses = 33% win ratio)
    • Nick Theodorakopoulos - 1 match (0 wins, 0 drawn, 1 loss = 0% win ratio)
    • Craig Deans - No matches
    • Clayton Zane - 1 match (1 wins, 0 drawn, 0 losses = 100% win ratio)
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    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    No wins from 3.
    CEO OUT.
    MERRICK OUT.

    hope the weather is nice.

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    A-League: Jets not about to roll out red carpet for Adelaide wonder boy

    James Gardiner

    Local Sport

    Jets coach Ernie Merrick, seemingly like the rest of the nation, was wowed by the heroics of teenage sensation Al Hassan Toure in Adelaide United's FFA Cup final success.

    "It shows the quality of young players coming through," Merrick said before quickly pointing out "we have some good players coming through as well".



    Indeed, Toure caused havoc, scoring a wonder goal and setting up another, in the Reds' 4-0 wipe out of Melbourne City at Coopers Stadium on Wednesday night.

    However, it won't be the catalyst for the Jets to pay the 19-year-old special attention when they host the Reds at McDonald Jones Stadium on Saturday.

    "It's good for Australian football to produce these type of players and rely less and less on overseas players," Merrick said. "He is keeping out the Danish striker [Kristian] Opseth. That is a big plus for him. We don't look at any particular players, we look at their attacking and defensive structures and try to maximise our opportunities and negate their strengths."

    What was clear on Wednesday night was the direct and up-tempo game plan deployed to great effect by the Reds. Apart from Toure, wingers Nikola Mileusnic and Ben Halloran cause constant problems.

    "That is the Australian game pretty well - speed up front," Merrick said. "We make up sometimes for technical skill with our physical competitiveness and speed. They have a pretty quick starting line-up, up front especially. But we have a pretty quick defensive line as well."

    Jets left back Johnny Koutroumbis was hooked after an unhappy first half in the 1-all draw with the Mariners last round. His replacement, Bobby Burns, did well in the second half on debut but Merrick has a lot of faith in Koutroumbis and is confident he will bounce back.

    "Johnny is a very good player with a big future," Merrick said. "I find when players go away with the Socceroos or Olympic squad, they come back a little flat mentally. I think that was a part of it."

    Adelaide are yet to win a league game, but will arrive in Newcastle on a high, which Merrick welcomed.

    "I think it is important to play teams at their best because they are the ones who tend to open up and play good, quality football," he said. "End-to-end play suits us, rather than a team who is coming in on a low. Although Adelaide have lost their first two league games, they will be buoyed by that win. They are the type of team who will attack rather than sit back and park the bus."

    The Jets showed enough in attack - they delivered twice as many balls into the box, had twice as many shots and nearly three times the amount of corners - against the Mariners, but couldn't find a killer punch.



    "We are buoyed by the way we dominated the game, particularly the second half, against the Mariners," Merrick said. "The boys are pretty keen to score goals and have done a lot of work on the front third."

    The match, as well as being the first at home, will be played on a newly laid $1.4 million surface at McDonald Jones Stadium.

    "I think the surface is excellent quality, better than it has ever been," Merrick said. "It's not as firm as it used to be, it has a bit of softness to it. When the pitch is watered I think the ball will skid on beautifully."

    After the departure this week of Clayton Zane to begin his role as Northern NSW Football Technical Director, Jets W-League coach and former assistant Craig Deans will join Merrick on the bench. Youth League coach Daniel McBreen will also have more involvement wit the senior team.

    "Having lost a terrific coach in Clayton Zane sitting next to me on the bench, I want a voice and the experience of someone who knows this league inside out," Merrick said. "To have Craig Deans sit next to me is very important for real-time coaching for the 95 minutes on match day. The information he can deliver will be very useful."


    Not sure I'm convinced about Deans in Ernies ear. This will be and always has been a very slippery game for us. I do believe, but can someone please say something to make it more likely for me?
    Just not convinced yet .

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    What I find funny is he $1.4m price tag on the new turf.

    The last new surface only lasted 5 years of Jets and Knights games. This new surface should last for decades with that little use and with that massive cost!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogshot99 View Post
    Not sure I'm convinced about Deans in Ernies ear. This will be and always has been a very slippery game for us. I do believe, but can someone please say something to make it more likely for me?
    Just not convinced yet .
    i think you'll find that Deans is the most successful Jets coach in the history of the A-League.
    Some stat nerd will no doubt prove me right or wrong.

    regardless, hes the most successful Jets coach in my heart.
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    What a deadset ****ing coward **** you are
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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    i think you'll find that Deans is the most successful Jets coach in the history of the A-League.
    Some stat nerd will no doubt prove me right or wrong.

    regardless, hes the most successful Jets coach in my heart.
    Dean's Out
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    Double-eff-aye should introduce a 3rd division and dump these ice addict welfare living scumbags straight there. dont even let them get their stink anywhere near 2nd division.

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    Adelaide to rack up double figures in goals for the week.
    Dimi will put a few frustrated long shits into rubes territory but no shots on target for us.

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    Merrick has gone Insane, Burns on the bench again
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    Should be fun in this weather. Almost glad I'm stuck at my niece's birthday party.

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    bloody hell, how did neither of them not get a stud on to that cross?

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    Get ridenton off!!!! Please, please , please.utter, utter crap

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    Great finish!!

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    How good woukd Ugar be if he could shoot?

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    Dimi continues to frustrate.

    Loved the half time analysis. 3 seconds and straight onto the next match.

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    Ground announcer said our goal was scored by "Number 9".....ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belchardo View Post
    Dimi continues to frustrate.

    Loved the half time analysis. 3 seconds and straight onto the next match.
    If he released the ball quicker would be 10 times the player but needs soo many touches

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    well, that was completely unexpected.

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    Ridenton! Bloody hell, you let Troisi cross that way too easily and they scored. Miller caught ball watching

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    Gypos and Kiwis. Why?

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    Well that was junior football stuff. Moss should drop himself for that. McGree torturing us

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