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    Ahh I remember everyone shaved their heads for cancer and BKs mum except for Taggart
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    Quote Originally Posted by StannyCFCJET View Post
    Ahh I remember everyone shaved their heads for cancer and BKs mum except for Taggart
    Taggart wasn't allowed to due to his image rights tied in with his sponsors and the WC squad.

    Iirc Mitch Oxborrow didn't shave either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pv4 View Post
    Taggart wasn't allowed to due to his image rights tied in with his sponsors and the WC squad.

    Iirc Mitch Oxborrow didn't shave either.
    He had image rights WTF???

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    Taggart, Griff, Heskey and Bridges - how about that for a strikeforce?

    Compared to what we have now.

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    OTD 2015: A hail storm prior to a match sees 4162 people attend a Hunter Stadium clash with Perth Glory.

    Jets lose 2-0 but the biggest talking point is the unfurling of a banner saying "Enough Failure, Lies + Arrogance. 10000 Fans Demand The Muppet Gone"
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    OTD 2015: A hail storm prior to a match sees 4162 people attend a Hunter Stadium clash with Perth Glory.

    Jets lose 2-0 but the biggest talking point is the unfurling of a banner says "Enough Failure, Lies + Arrogance. 10000 Fans Demand The Muppet Gone"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    OTD 2015: A hail storm prior to a match sees 4162 people attend a Hunter Stadium clash with Perth Glory.

    Jets lose 2-0 but the biggest talking point is the unfurling of a banner saying "Enough Failure, Lies + Arrogance. 10000 Fans Demand The Muppet Gone"
    If I had it in for Jones could roll it out as 5000 people want him gone and we could pull it out Sunday at Ft

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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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    You think anyone cbf? nah, drink scotch man

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawk View Post
    You think anyone cbf? nah, drink scotch man

    maybe jack? i wrote about best sorts here
    student, writer, and blogger. i would be very glad to see you on my blog

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    In 34 seasons of National League participation Newcastle have won in the first round 12 times.

    Of those 12 times there have only been 3 occasions where Newcastle have scored 4 or more goals and on each time a Newcastle player has scored a Hattrick.

    1996-97 Newcastle Breakers 6 vs West Adelaide 1. Scorers Bennet 62, 67, 69, 72, Thomas 78 and Sprod 80

    1997-98 Newcastle Breakers 4 vs West Adelaide 2. Scorers Zane 9, 11, 25pk, Bennett 79.

    2017-18 Central Coast Mariners 1 vs Newcastle United Jets. Scorers O'Donovan 9, 28, 38, Champness 81, D Petratos 90.

    Roy O'Donovan's Hattrick is only the 12th in Newcastle's 900+ game history.

    The Hunter's Hattrick Heroes are below.

    1979 Rd 26 - Boden
    1982 Rd 20 - Johnston
    93-94 Rd 11 - Spink
    95-96 Rd 20 - Halpin
    96-97 Rd 1 - Bennett
    97-98 Rd 1 - Zane
    97-98 Rd 17 - Tollenaere
    02-03 Rd 3 - J Griffiths
    05-06 Rd 11 - Milicic
    08-09 Rd 16 - Thompson
    13-14 Rd 7 - Taggart
    17-18 Rd 1 - Roy O'Donovan

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    Brilliant post!
    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    Had a couple of blokes come up and ask about the KB shirts Todd. Might be worth investigating another run
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    Would be keen for another one

    Went through the cupboard Saturday and had to give up as all the shirts I have are for the fat **** I used to be and way too big for us
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    Newcastle Jets Historical Achievements (Current 11/1/2018)

    Players with 100+ A-League appearances..

    Ben Kantarovski – 153*
    Tarek Elrich - 134
    Matt Thompson - 121
    Ben Kennedy - 114
    Jobe Wheelhouse - 106
    Adam D'Apuzzo - 102
    Labinot Haliti - 100


    Players with 100+ Competitive appearances (A-League, OCC, Pre-Season Cup, ACL and FFA Cup)

    Ben Kantarovski - 164*
    Tarek Elrich - 153
    Matt Thompson - 145
    Ben Kennedy - 127
    Adam D'Apuzzo - 122
    Jobe Wheelhouse - 121
    Labinot Haliti - 111
    Nikolai Topor-Stanley - 103
    Jason Hoffman - 101

    Leading goal scorer

    A-League
    1. Joel Griffiths - 39
    2. Matt Thompson, Ryan Griffiths - 19
    4. Adam Taggart - 18
    5. Labinot Haliti – 15
    5. Andrew Nabbout - 15
    7. Mark Bridge – 13
    8. Michael Bridges – 12
    9. Jeremy Brockie – 11
    10. Emile Heskey – 10

    Asian Champions League.
    Sasho Petrovski – 3

    FFA Cup
    David Carney, Labinot Haliti, Wayne Brown - 1


    Leading goal scorer – in a season

    2005/06 Ante Milicic - 7
    2006/07 Mark Bridge – 8
    2007/08 Joel Griffiths – 14
    2008/09 Joel Griffiths – 7
    2009/10 Matt Thompson – 8
    2010/11 Sasho Petrovski – 6
    2011/12 Ryan Griffiths & Jeremy Brockie - 9
    2012/13 Ryan Griffiths & Emile Heskey - 9
    2013/14 Adam Taggart – 16
    2014/15 Edson Montano - 6
    2015/16 Milos Trifunovic - 9
    2016/17 Andrew Nabbout - 8
    2017/18 Roy O’Donovan & Andrew Nabbout – 7*

    Fastest goal scorer

    Morten NÝrdstrand - 28 seconds. v CCM Rd 27, 9/4/16

    A-League Debut scorers

    Vaughan Coveny, Milton Rodriguez, James Holland, Byun Sung-Hwan, Joey Gibbs, Milos Trifunovic, Wayne Brown, Roy O'Donovan, Joe Champness, Dimitri Petratos, Patricio Rodriguez

    Players who have scored hat-tricks

    Ante Milicic v New Zealand Knights, Energy Australia Stadium, 4/11/2005
    Matt Thompson v Melbourne Victory, Energy Australia Stadium, 19/12/2008
    Adam Taggart v Melbourne Heart, Hunter Stadium, 24/11/13
    Roy O'Donovan v Central Coast Mariners, Central Coast Stadium, 7/10/2017
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    There's a few more things to come, I just have to work on the formatting when I get some time.

    I've sent these on to the club, because they should be on the "History" page of the website but it's still to go up and it needs to be captured somewhere - so here it is!
    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    As always, love your work mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    There's a few more things to come, I just have to work on the formatting when I get some time.

    I've sent these on to the club, because they should be on the "History" page of the website but it's still to go up and it needs to be captured somewhere - so here it is!
    Wonder it hasnt made to wiki yet

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    Happy 40th Birthday - Newcastle KB United and National representation of this fine
    city in the Philips Soccer League and other leagues beyond.

    It was an honour and privilege to attend the luncheon last Friday. I was seated between
    Graham Heys and Con Mitsios. Other legends a the table were Craig Mason, David 'Jonah' Jones,
    Peter Willis as well as former directors of various club incarnations David Brown and Eddie Boards.

    40 years ago today Newcastle KB United played Sydney City Hakoah and lost 1-4. The crowd according to OzFootball records
    was 15,067. Kenny Boden scored the club's first goal - a pen.
    It's taken 40 years but Saturday night felt like we were back to something of those halcyon days.
    May they long continue - with full community support this time.

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    GReat post
    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
    The Championship Chronicles - The Jetstream's review of the 2007/08 season. www.newcastlefootball.net/chronicles

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    Complete set of 1979 Newcastle KB United Home and Away Programmes.

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