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    National Yoof League 2012-2013

    discuss da y00f here

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    Quote Originally Posted by q-money View Post
    discuss da y00f here


    Full draw can be found here http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/yleague/results

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    ROUND 1
    21 Oct 12 10:30am Central Coast Mariners FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Centre of Excellence LOSS 1-2

    ROUND 2
    25 Oct 12 6:30pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Western Sydney Wanderers FC Wanderers Oval

    ROUND 3
    4 Nov 12 3:00pm Perth Glory FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Intiga Stadium

    ROUND 4
    11 Nov 12 2:00pm Sydney FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Leichhardt Oval, Sydney

    ROUND 5
    17 Nov 12 10:30am Newcastle Jets FC Vs Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Wanderers Oval

    ROUND 6
    25 Nov 12 3:00pm Melbourne Heart FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC John Cain Memorial Park

    ROUND 7
    1 Dec 12 3:00pm Melbourne Victory FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC SS Anderson Reserve, Melbourne

    ROUND 8
    8 Dec 12 5:00pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Central Coast Mariners FC Hunter Stadium

    ROUND 9
    15 Dec 12 10:30am Adelaide United FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Burton Park

    ROUND 10
    23 Dec 12 10:30am Newcastle Jets FC Vs Sydney FC Wanderers Oval

    ROUND 11
    6 Jan 13 5:00pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Melbourne Victory FC Wanderers Oval

    ROUND 12
    13 Jan 13 10:30am Newcastle Jets FC Vs Perth Glory FC Wanderers Oval

    ROUND 13
    19 Jan 13 3:00pm Brisbane Roar FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Goodwin Park

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    26 Jan 13 3:00pm Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Vs Newcastle Jets FC AIS Athletics Track, Canberra

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    3 Feb 13 5:00pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Melbourne Heart FC Wanderers Oval

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    10 Feb 13 3:00pm Western Sydney Wanderers FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Cook Park

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    17 Feb 13 5:00pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Adelaide United FC Wanderers Oval

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    23 Feb 13 5:00pm Newcastle Jets FC Vs Brisbane Roar FC Wanderers Oval
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    Key points of the NYL draw for us . Gypo derby in the yoofs at Stade de Newy prior to the 2nd of 3 F3 Derby's

    All other home games at Wanderers Oval. Possible Tenzo session for those keen

    Entry is free to Members. Well was last year anyway. So no real excuses not to get down and take in a game when you can.

    Do note the first game of the season is away at Gypo HQ. It also falls the morning after the F3 derby. Possiblity assuming the good guys win to go down there and turn up in force to rub in the HAL result on Gypo territory. That being said will be a good idea to keep a low profile and colours well hidden at said game if we were to lose
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    Hunter Ports Newcastle Jets National Youth League head coach Clayton Zane says the Jets youth team are close to finalising their squad for the 2012/13 NYL season.

    The young Jets open their campaign against the Central Coast Mariners in Tuggerah on Sunday, October 21 and Zane said he only has a handful of positions left to fill.

    “We’re only a few weeks into the preparation and we’ve focused mainly on conditioning,” Zane said.

    “This week we’ll look to confirm the squad, get the train-on players added in and focus a bit more on the tactical side of things.

    “We prefer to go with local-based players so we’ll have a look at some of the NSWIS boys and some younger ones as well.

    “We’ll probably end up with a squad of around 15, but we’ll obviously have some first teamers coming back to play with us each week as well.”

    Zane said having a core group of players in the squad who played in this year’s NBN State League would prove crucial to the chemistry of the team.

    “It’s a four week pre-season and for two weeks of that, half the group isn’t here,” he said.

    “With that in mind, it’s good to have some players around who already know the system.

    “It’s going to be a pretty steep learning curve for the others who need to get on board straight away with what we’re trying to do.

    “They’re here for their development on a technical level as well as a tactical level. You give the ones that show the technical side a bit more time to get the tactical stuff right.”

    Zane said the young Jets will be looking to improve on their eighth-placed finish last season.

    “There are a couple of players who qualify for youth team level but are training full time with the first team, guys like Jack Duncan, Mitch Cooper and Mitch Oxborrow,” he said.

    “We’ll be competitive and looking to hopefully finish in the top three or four.”
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    See you learn something new every day!!!
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    MFKS....

    can you learn to use quotes please?
    just highlght the text and click the speech bubble image.

    simple

    easier to tell what is dribble that you have copied from elsewhere
    and what is gospel you have written yourself.




    at the moment is looks like 100% dribble

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    Gees terrible time for the mariners vs jets youth game at gosford, surely 3 or 4pm would make more sense. Might be an all nighter on the cards.

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    ROUND 1
    21 Oct 12 10:30am Central Coast Mariners FC Vs Newcastle Jets FC Centre of Excellence


    JOHN McLafferty’s Mariners Youth team commence their NYL campaign this Sunday 21 October at Central Coast’s Centre of Excellence.

    The junior yellow and navy will host Newcastle Jets Youth at the impressive Tuggerah complex, with free entry for all fans. Kick-off is 10:30am.

    Mariners Youth have enjoyed a strong pre-season campaign and most recently secured 1-0 wins over competition rivals Sydney FC and Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).

    Last week, a Daniel Bragg bullet ensured Central Coast Youth downed the baby Sky Blues, while on Saturday a headed goal from train-on squad member Jayden Tumeth-McLeod – from Bragg’s corner – secured victory over AIS.

    This Sunday’s junior F3 Derby contest between the Mariners and Jets promises to be entertaining fixture for fans.

    Jets Youth spent the “off-season” playing in the Northern NSW State League, while McLafferty has helped assemble a strong Mariners Youth team.

    Indeed, the Mariners will be out to get off to the best possible start in Australia’s premier youth development competition, as they look to defend their 2011/12 Championship success and groom more Hyundai A-League stars of the future.

    McLafferty has retained four of the players from the Mariners’ 2011/12 NYL roster. Talented custodian David Bradasevic, Australian youth representatives
    Hayden Morton and Nikola Stanojevic, as well as explosive right-winger-cum-full-back Adam Jenner will don the yellow and navy once again.

    Meanwhile, local lad Louis Bozanic – brother of Mariners A-League star Oliver – will play for the Club, as will two other Coast juniors, Josh Forbes and Steve Whyte.

    Central Coast Mariners 2012/13 NYL Squad: Louis Bozanic, David Bradasevic (Gk), Daniel Bragg, Tommy Cirjak, Jordan Crighton, Patrick Dixon, Josh Forbes, Adam Jenner, Hayden Morton, Mickey Neill, Kieren Paull, Aaron Peterson, Nikola Stanojevic, Luke Turnbull (Gk), Dillon Vorster, Steve Whyte

    Central Coast Mariners Youth vs. Newcastle Jets Youth
    Sunday 21 October, 2012 – Kick-off: 10:30am
    Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence, Tuggerah
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    just wondering if after being ridiculed in an earlier post... if Faj and Smally are still playing youth or in fact have been released back to Southy and Magic and may in fact be earning some coin
    I hope he likes prison food.......and penis

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    As far as I was aware it is 100% accurate. Out of the Jets NBN State League Yoof team Mason Campbell, Kale Bradbery, Remo and our HAL Squad players Galloway Duncan Chilli Peppz Oxborrow etc were retained. The rest were all purged to make way for Gen next. Clacka was gonna have a look at the NSWIS boys who won the 18's at NBN Level and start filling the squad with these guys. Haven't seen how this has unfolded but that was the plan.

    On another note have heard a rumour that after our club joined the NBN State League for year round football that our Gypo's have looked to do likewise and have applied to join the NSW State League where they will be playing Marconi/Sydney Olympic/Sydney Croatia etc. If so I am pissed because we should have joined there as well. No offence to NNSW FED and the NBN State League but feel long term the NSW State League is where this projects future lies
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    Don't forget Boys and girls Kickoff for the Yoofs tomorrow morning at 10:30 down at Tuggerah. If you can get down there and really rub tonights result it in on the Coast the morning Arvo. Member is looking forward to this now more than todays game!!!

    Free Entry just gotta make the effort to get there
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    2-1 loss full time

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    Mariners midfielder Tommy Cirjak scored the first goal for the yellow and navy.

    JOHN McLafferty’s reign as Central Coast Mariners Youth boss got off to the best possible start on Sunday. First half goals to Tomislav Cirjak and Adam Kwasnik ensured Mariners Youth triumphed 2-1 over Newcastle Jets Youth in the junior F3 Derby played at the Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence.

    Like the Hyundai A-League clash between the two clubs played on Saturday night, the game was played at a high tempo. And it took only a minute for the first chance of the encounter to be fashioned. Newcastle’s Brazilian import Bernardo Ribeiro struck from range, however his effort was straight at Mariners custodian Justin Pasfield who dealt with the shot comfortably.

    In the 17th minute the home team took the lead via a first time finish from Cirjak. A flowing move through midfield found Troy Hearfield wide on the right. Hearfield crossed low across the face of goal, and with his left boot Cirjak fired a crisp shot beyond Jets goalkeeper Jack Duncan.

    It would take only six minutes for McLafferty’s team to double their advantage. Again, the cross came in from the right side, but this time in the air via the impressive Patrick Dixon. Timing his run to perfection Kwasnik met the ball with purpose, steering his header neatly past Duncan and into the back of the net.

    The Jets came out with intent after the break and would take just two minutes to halve the deficit. Midfielder Mitchell Oxborrow netted for the away team to get Clayton Zane’s side on the board.

    With both teams making wholesale changes throughout the second half, the game seemed to lose some of its fluency. Nevertheless, both teams continued to attack and the Jets were awarded a penalty by referee Stephen Lucas with only five minutes to play.

    Marko Jesic had the opportunity to earn a point for his team, however Pasfield made a fine double save to deny the former Australian youth representative. From the penalty Pasfield dropped low to his right to thwart Jesic, before springing to his feet to block the rebound.

    And despite a few late raids by the Jets, McLafferty’s boys held on to commence their National Youth League title defence in the best way possible.

    Following the match, McLafferty said he was happy with the effort from his team but noted there are still areas for the side to improve upon.

    “Any win is a good win,” he said. “I think there is a long way to go but there is a lot of good ball players out there and we’re happy with the way we went forward but defensively we still have some room for improvement.”

    Central Coast Youth play their next match away to Melbourne Heart on Saturday 27 October at John Cain Memorial Park in Victoria.

    Central Coast Mariners Youth 2 (Cirjak 17’, Kwasnik 23’)
    Newcastle Jets Youth 1 (Oxborrow 47’)
    Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence

    Central Coast Mariners Youth: 1. Justin Pasfield (Gk), 2. Troy Hearfield, 3. Adam Jenner, 4. Zachary Anderson, 5. Michael Neill ( 12. Kieran Paull 60'), 6. Oliver Bozanic, 7. Nikola Stanojevic (c) (13. Dillon Vorster, 60'), 8. Tomislav Cirjak (14. Louis Bozanic 60'), 9. Daniel Bragg, 10. Adam Kwasnik, 11. Patrick Dixon

    Substitutes not used: 20. David Bradasevic (Gk)

    Yellow cards: Hearfield, Kwasnik

    Red cards: None

    Newcastle Jets Youth: 20. Jack Duncan (Gk), 2. Andrew Hoole, 3. Connor Chapman (c), 4. Sam Gallaway, 6. Ben Kantarovski (18. Mason Campbell 56'), 7. Marko Jesic, 8. Jacob Pepper, 9. Stevan Ilic (13. Kale Bradbery, 60'), 11. Mitchell Oxborrow, 12. Joshua Brillante (5. Luke Remington 56'), 19. Bernardo Ribeiro

    Substitutes not used: 1. Nicholas Hartnett (Gk)

    Yellow cards: Oxborrow, Jesic, Hoole

    Red cards: None
    From the gYpos Site.

    Members report to follow soon
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    Got up this morning after the big night before yeahhaaa and left the palatial Kotara Sth abode at about 9am for the 10:30 kick off at Tuggerah. The only reason I had left so early as I was a bit iffy on directions to the joint. I was relying on the advice of a Gypo only because Google Maps had left me down. When i typed in Central Coast Mariners Centre of Excellence during the week to get an idea of where to go Google replied neither of the words Central Coast and Mariners don't go in the same sentence as Excellence. Anyways Google Maps has NFI with it. Got to the ground about 10am and had the delight of seeing the Members favourite Manager the Egg (well he is at the moment after last night) pull up in the car park in the vehicle of one Craig Deans

    Now apoligies to Plague and Q Man for not slashing Deans tyres but in my defence he was chaperoning the Egg about I couldn't have the Egg stranded in some Gypo shit hole this arvo and missing any conference call hook ups going on this arvo back at HSG HQ to complete the return to Newy of our glorious Lord Griffo from China. Imagine being that guy??

    Anyways when I looked over the boys warming up you can imagine the Members disgust when it dawned that Kale Bradbery had a subs bib on at the Members Kale fapfest would be on pause.

    Jets line up
    GK Duncan
    RB Hoole
    LB Brillante
    CB Chapman
    CB Galloway
    DM Kanta
    CM Peppz
    CM Oxborrow
    RW Jeisc
    LW Bernardo
    CF Ilic
    Subs Mason Campbell, Remo, Kale, Bradasevic (Gk)

    Now haven't seen much of this Ilic fella but FFS Clacka Illic out Kale In

    Anyways the mouth watering prospect awaited all Jets fans at the ground to see who was the worst player on the books at the club. In the red corner we had Kanta In the Blue Corner we had Jesic and in the gold corner we had Galloway.
    Winner by TKO was none other than Jesic. Hopefully the prize is deportation from the country

    First Half Kicked off with Peppz buzzing about everywhere doing his best impersonation of Zads. We settled alright and started to play with no real thrust up front though. Seemed to be missing a quality striker although we had one on the bench!!! Bernardo looked lively with some good passes and good vision picking out players the average Aussie player don't see.

    Anyways the Gypos Reserve side and I will call them that because that is what they ****ing were. Kwasnik Bozanic Hearfield Pasfield are all senior HAL standard players ( they may be all crap but they are a bit older than YOOF) Good to see Arnie investing in the Yoof. At least bar Jesic and Bernardo our boys were all ****ing boys and not ****ing old enough to remember the 80's

    Well the Gypos were also getting into the game and created 2 goals in the space of about 8 mins after about 20 mins in. First goal got in behind the Jets left back Brillante cross come in on the deck for Kwasnik who ****ed it up and missed it ball rolled to unmarked Gypo on back post about 6 yards out who made no mistake. Second goal came in almost similar fashion except this time ball picked out unmarked Kwasniks head about 8 yards out and he made no mistake.

    Gypos at 2-0 up were a bit fortunate to be so far in front but they took the chances and punished us for 2 poor lapses of concentration in what was otherwise a well functioning back 4 for the most part and we weren't doing much up front despite reasonable build up play.

    Anyways about 40 mins in and we won a free kick near the corner flag and Mitchy OX whipped it in. It was either Sammy G or Connor Chap who got a free header in from a central position 6-8 yards out. Now I would like to tell you the net bulged but somehow it missed.

    Anyways HT 2-0 Gypos

    Gypos in control of the game but not to the extent of being deserving of a 2 goal lead

    HT Came and went Jets returned to the park on the front foot with Clackas disgust in their ears and turned in a 300% better effort in the second half. 2 mins in and we were back in after Mitchy OX hit a knee high bouncing ball from about 20-25 yards out with a bit of swerve and dip into the roof of the net. Cracker of a finish Next few mins and we really started taking control of the game.

    Clayton Zane then showed some tactical genius by removing some of the weak links from the team Kanta and Brillante(who wasn't the best today)and Cilic were brought off Mason Remo and Kale went on. Tactical reshuffle took place. Peppz and Ox dropped into the DM/CM role, Mason went to RB Hoole went to LW Remo to LB Bernardo to AM and Kale at CF. All of a sudden we started to look Barcelonaesque.

    Hooley was carving them up with some great dribbling and Bernardo was OWNING them in the centre of the park. It is a shame that Goody Grifflet and Chilli are going so well at present. What Bernardo was offering in the centre of the park even at NYL level would be an asset to us at HAL that we probably haven't seen since Nicky Carle with the run dribble and short passes in a forward direction into tight spots. Don't really like him out in the wide attacking roles but as a AM he looks the goods. Needs a bit more time to get to grips with the defensive and team aspects GVE is big on but this bloke given 3 months to adapt will be a star in out HAL side

    About 70 mins in and it looked like we were level. Kale with a wonderful turn just outside the d and then ran at goal and with a cracker of a left footed finish into the roof of the net was pulled back for a marginal offside call just as the Member was reaching for a pack of Kleenex. Class work none the less.

    The domination continued from us with the Gypos on rare counter forward with Duncan unthreatened. Anyways with about 5 mins to go it looked like our 2nd half domination would be rewarded when Connor Chpaman was awarded a penalty after some Gypo shirt pulling in the box. Ironic part of it all day was that Connor himself sailed close to the wind on 3-4 occasions when in our box.

    Anyways after the award of the pen there was a bit of a disagreement amongst the ranks as to who would have the honour Chapo was keen as mustard and so was Jesic. As soon as Jesic won the battle of wills I had a bad feeling about the outcome. Jesic failed to disappoint with an almost carbon copied job to recreate ADP's WSW 2nd penalty last night. Anyone who seen the ADP goal V WSW last night has a fair idea how it went. Shitful penalty to the keepers right parried back out. Penalty taker then followed up. This is where the similarities between ADP and Jesic end. ADP smashed the lifeline into the net Jesic straight at the keeper.

    Its a good thing the Yoof is a good learning kerb for players and allows them to make mistakes and not be punished severely. Connor Chapman will hopefully have learned a great lesson from this.

    If he hasn't I will tell him anyway,Next time we win a pen and Jesic wants to take it. Land a right cross on the ****s chin and take it yourself.

    Anyways we continued pushing on and despite huffing and puffing and nearly blowing the house down we still went down 2-1.

    Plenty of positives out of the game Chapman Bernardo Peppz Hooley
    Low Lights Kanta was his usual useless self and Jesic would have to be the worst player to ever wear a Newy shirt.

    The team will defo be highly competitive this year and the Gypos will be happy to get away with 3 points they probably on balance didn't deserve

    NExt game contrary to the list at top which I will adjust is 6:30pm KO at Wanderers Oval this thursday night 25-10-12 against WSW
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    Who is this Illic who started in front of Bradbery?
    Kale was one of the best performers in the NBN League for the Jets and finished top scorer, you would think he would start as the main striker....unless this Illic is something special! It also shites me that the likes of Oxborrow and Cooper get apprentice contracts in front of someone like Hooley who clearly has more talent.
    It's a myth that Zane prefers "local-based" players.....just ask how many NSWIS lads have been promoted into the Youth squad???

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    hahaha, brilliant MFKS.

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    I drove down there. Trains were down and it was a last minute decision. Had troubles finding the place aswell so I had to ask some locals at a nearby petrol station.

    Not alot of Jets fans there unfortunately & mariners fans (early start wouldn't have worked) & a majority would have had a sleep in from last night. The ground is quite a new facility and apparently there is a grandstand yet to be built.

    Game was a little boring, probs didnt help as I went by myself. Did however get a little chat with Gary van egmond.

    Then after the game went to westfield tuggerah for a feed & funny enough ran into a Jets fan that lives in gosford.

    Did I see you there MFKS? I was the bloke with the red cap on.

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    http://www.sydneyolympicfc.com/news/...r-stevan-ilic/

    Article on the bloke. From what I have seen of him ie the 60 mins today he wasn't that good. Seemed to be a bit below the pace and a step behind his teammates. Did rifle in a powerful shot from a tight angle into the side netting just wide of the top corner.

    Totally agree on your comments on Kale being a starter but thats no surprise!!!

    Hooley does have some great talent but he also has a bit of an attitude problem. Always seems to get given stupid needless cards for dumb shit. Got 1 today for back chat. Yelled at the ref another time asking for one also.

    Today he gave away the ball at the back and stood around as the Gypos raced away. Thank **** Duncan saved his arse with a good save. The standing around after an error and not chasing back to try and make amends is one of those little things that sets apart the kids who make it and the kids who don't. I am sure the Egg and Deans who were in attendance will have seen it coz I did and it wasn't a good look.

    Also remember a game in the NBN League this year where Hooley was playing RB on the side of the field the coaches were on. All half he was getting yelled at by coaching department (with Pascoe who was in charge at the time remaining silent) as Hooley wanted to wander upfield and desert his role/position in the team. Continued to ignore them and after several times being told mouthed off back at the coaching bench. Pascoe was straight onto him this time and told him in no uncertain terms to shut his mouth and do what was required or else. Next week Hooley sat the game out and it weren't thru injury.

    The kids got talent but he needs to work on his attitude big time if he wants to make it at this level.

    As far as your point about the Yoof contracts well I think we are only allowed to give out 3-4 so it is always gonna be impossible to fit all in who may be worthy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdylan View Post
    Did I see you there MFKS? I was the bloke with the red cap on.
    Red Cap Jets home kit and back pack dark hair was that you??? Would be my guess as there was only about 20 there in Jets clobber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MFKS View Post
    Red Cap Jets home kit and back pack dark hair was that you??? Would be my guess as there was only about 20 there in Jets clobber.
    Hahaha yep. I was feeling weary from last night. Quite hungry at the ground so it wasnt the best football experience. Which one were you?

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