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    Quote Originally Posted by MFKS View Post
    The Halftime Break seen some of the most exciting action of the night. A pitch invasion occurred where someone ran onto the pitch and left a Caution Wet Floor Sign in the northern goal and then managed to avoid the non existent security and re jump the fence and head back into the Crowd. A couple of blokes started to liven the atmosphere up by chanting from either goal back and forth to one another but didn't gain much supporting traction
    One of the more amusing youth league games I've been to.

    Chanting with a bucket as a drum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdylan View Post
    One of the more amusing youth league games I've been to.

    Chanting with a bucket as a drum
    Yoof games are usually pretty dull atmosphere wise SD. If you wish please fell free to try out some new ideas. Start some new chants, bring a vuvezuela or rip some PYRO for a laugh.

    One of the best aspects to the Yoof games can also be the lack of noise. When an opposing player gets close enough they can hear your sledging and can even work out who it came from.

    Just ask the WSW defender who cut out a ball which hit him on the upper arm (Not handball) and went out of play. The WSW defender started rolling around the ground Tiago style. As the ref trotted over to see what happened. Member let fly with "Harden up Princess it only hit you on the arm no need to roll around like a girl" at no louder than normal speaking volume to someone 10-15 yards away.

    Ref also heard it and went from coming over seriously checking on player welfare to a "You heard him Get the **** Up" attitude to the player. WSW Player got up giving a scowl to Member for spoiling his play acting
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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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    and yet still no one cares ^


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitchy View Post
    and yet still no one cares ^


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    What happened to 80% of the Youth team being made up of local players?
    Also as far as I am aware only one NSWIS player from this year has been promoted to the Youth squad (keeper Nick Hartnett). Makes sense doesn't it....Northern sets up programs and pathways which we are told eventually lead to the Jets but in reality these boys are still getting bypassed by the "superstars" from Sydney who were obviously rejected by Sydney FC and now WSW. Keep it up Zane....you are really endearing yourself to the Hunter football community!!!
    By the way great match report MFKS....that would've taken me a couple of hours to type all that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stopper2 View Post
    By the way great match report MFKS....that would've taken me a couple of hours to type all that.
    Had to go to work after the game. Only baby sitting workman on site with **** all to do except lock up when they were done. Full access to a computer no internet!! So just typed it up saved it to a USB Stick and then copied and pasted the next day onto here. Kept me from falling asleep and occupied for an hour or so
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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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    Thanks for the match reports Grimario and MFKS. Brilliant work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFKS View Post
    2 Somehow the Jets managed to con the 4th official to allow Remo top be subbed off and replaced by the recently departed Sammy Galloway. How the **** you can sub a bloke on who has only just been subbed off in a competitive fixture beats the **** out of me!!!
    Do they have different rules for the NYL? WSW subbed their keeper off as well after having already made 3 substitutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Do they have different rules for the NYL? WSW subbed their keeper off as well after having already made 3 substitutions.
    Can't imagine why being that the game should be played under the FIFA Laws of the Game with any local FFA rules also added. Can't imagine why there would be an "interchange" rule or you would be able to make another sub once all other subs had been used due to injury. Anytime else you play with 10 men.

    Wasn't keeping track of the WSW subs as such. I remember their keeper was replaced but am unsure as to whether they had used their allotted subs or not when this occurred
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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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    Perth Glory Youth 2 (Nagai 30' Makarounas 92') LOST TO Newcastle Jets Youth 3 (Bradbery 11' 88' Pavicevic 91')

    FFS wishing I was in Perth watching it live for the Kale fapfest

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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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    Late goals from Kale Bradbery and Radovan Pavicevic secured a first win of the National League Season for Newcastle Jets as they downed Perth Glory 3-2 on Sunday.

    Making light of a bumpy pitch and blustery conditions at Intiga Stadium in Inglewood, both sides played their part in an entertaining contest before the Jets struck in the 88th and 90th minutes to clinch the points.

    The visitors came into the game looking for their first victory of the season and made the best possible start by taking the lead inside the opening 10 minutes.

    Glory defender Matthew Davies floored Stevan Ilic as he powered his way into the box and Bradbery made no mistake from the spot.

    Stung by that early set-back, the hosts forced their way back into the contest as the half wore on, with Chris Harold looking especially lively as he backed up from his goalscoring appearance for the senior side on Saturday night.

    The 20-year-old midfielder went close on 17 minutes before playing a key role in his side's equaliser which arrived on the half-hour mark.

    Ndumba Makeche got away down the right and delivered a deep cross which Harold nodded back across goal for Ryo Nagai to drill home from close range.

    Having restored parity, Gareth Naven's men seized the initiative and should have got their noses in front before the break.

    Makeche twice failed to find the net when sent clean through on goal, while Nagai fired over from just inside the box and then saw his 25-metre free-kick kept out by a scrambling save from Jets 'keeper Matthew Nash.

    Glory should have made it 2-1 within seconds of the second-half getting underway, but Jesse Makarounas delayed his shot after the Jets played themselves into trouble and Nash was able to make a comfortable save.

    Zahra was the next to go close for the hosts, firing wide after being teed up by Makeche before the referee was forced to call a brief halt to proceedings as a deluge of hail swept across the ground.

    To their credit, neither side allowed that interruption or the flurry of substitutions that followed to throw them out of their stride and chances continued to come and go at either end.

    Glory's Makarounas saw another shot fly over on 72 minutes, while the lively Bradbery burst clear on goal but could only drag his shot wide with substitute goalkeeper Devon Spence beaten.

    The Jets' number 11, however, wasn't to be denied, slicing through the Glory defence and sliding the ball past Spence with two minutes to go before teeing up Pavicevic for his side's third goal in stoppage time.
    There was still time for Makarounas to reduce the deficit seconds later, but it was too little too late for the men in purple.

    Perth Glory: 2 ( Nagai 30', Makarounas 90 +3')
    Newcastle Jets: 3 (Bradbery (pen) 10', 88' Pavicevic 90')
    Intiga Stadium, Inglewood

    Perth Glory: 1. Lewis Italiano (16. Devon Spence 60'), 2. Matthew Davies, 3. Ryan Lowry, 5. Riley Woodcock, 6. Brandon O’Neill, 7. Adrian Zahra, 8. Jesse Makarounas, 9. Ndumba Makeche (12. Harry O’Brien 60'), 10. Chris Harold, 11. Ryo Nagai (4. Borbor Sam 46'), 14. Jacob Collard (13. Blamo Quaqua 60')

    Newcastle Jets: 1. Matthew Nash, 2. Andrew Hoole, 3. Mason Campbell, 4. Nicholas Cowburn (14. Michael Kantarovski 60'), 5. Samuel Galloway, 6. Nicholas Pepper (12. Blake Green 60'), 7. Bobby Russel, 8. Koh Satake, 9. Stevan Ilic (17. Radovan Pavicevic 56'), 10. Michael Finlayson, 11. Kale Bradbery,

    Substitutes not used: 20. Nicholas Hartnett
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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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    They made 4 subs???

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    3-1 win against sydney fc and reagan got sent in the 20th min. we have good engines.

    a griff playing the in the y-league these days, he can't even get a run in the worst defence in the league. loser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by selassie View Post
    3-1 win against sydney fc and reagan got sent in the 20th min. we have good engines.

    a griff playing the in the y-league these days, he can't even get a run in the worst defence in the league. loser.


    bridges with a double

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamma12 View Post
    bridges with a double
    Heard this...anyone got a team list ?
    I hope he likes prison food.......and penis

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    A Michael Bridges brace has inspired Newcastle to a convincing 3-1 victory over Sydney FC in their National Youth League clash at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday afternoon.

    Bridges gave the visitors a dream start with a goal in the third minute and doubled the advantage in the 47th with a spectacular strike from the edge of the penalty box.

    The Englishman capped a dominant performance by setting up Bernado Ribero's goal in the 75th minute to effectively seal Newcastle's second victory of the season.

    Aaron Calver got one back for Sydney in the 80th minute but it did little to prevent a third straight defeat for the Sky Blues.

    It was an impressive performance from the Jets, who were reduced to 10 men in the 19th minute when Taylor Regan was red-carded for taking down Alec Urosevski on the edge of the penalty box.

    Despite being a man down the visitors created more chances and dominated territory and possession for large chunks of the match to move into the top four for the first time this season.

    Bridges' early strike set the tone for the Jets.

    Andrew Hoole made a dangerous run through the box and sent an inviting ball across the face of goal.

    An unmarked Bridges made no mistake on the far post, tapping the ball home for the easiest of goals after a deflection from Bobby Russell.

    That sparked the hosts into action, Dimi Petratos and Urosevski both firing shots at the target but failing to get past Matthew Nash in the Newcastle goal.

    Bridges showed his class again in the 12th minute with a jinking run and a powerful strike that sailed just wide of the target.

    The loss of Regan threatened to ruin the visitors' afternoon but the hosts were unable to take advantage of the extra man before the break and fell further behind when Bridges secured his double early in the second half.

    After receiving the ball on the edge of the penalty box, the former Premier League star turned and unleashed a thunderous right-foot strike that landed in the top right corner of Ryan Norval's goal.

    Bridges continued to terrorise the Sydney keeper, forcing another save in the 73rd minute before providing the final pass for Ribero's match winner two minutes later.

    Sydney FC 1 (Calver 80,)
    Newcastle Jets 3 (Bridges 3, 47, Ribero 75)
    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post

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    not that i personally think he should be anywhere near the first team, but does regan's red card (and i assume at least 1 week suspension) carry over to first team?
    OK

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    lineup was something like this

    ----bridges---ribero----
    -b russell--No.8--No.6--chilli
    -??--reagan--??--galloway
    ----nash----

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    Watching the U19 SF against Iraq at the moment... Chapman is really ****ing good. Anyone that hasn't caught a youth game yet is really missing out on watching a future Socceroo start to blossom. Reckon he would give Lucas a run for his money after last nights showing from the craptain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Watching the U19 SF against Iraq at the moment... Chapman is really ****ing good. Anyone that hasn't caught a youth game yet is really missing out on watching a future Socceroo start to blossom. Reckon he would give Lucas a run for his money after last nights showing from the craptain.
    Have no idea as to why he isn't in the HAL side. To good for the Yoofs yet the Egg won't give him a run alongside Tarago in the first team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post

    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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