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    Quote Originally Posted by hawk View Post
    is it the real deal? probs a knock off
    Looks exactly like the ones Todd has been supplying the good people of Newy in recent times. Think he charged me $50 for the exact same thing and someone wants $120 on EBay for it.

    Wonder what mine is worth being I have been wearing it and shaken Griff hand whilst wearing it??
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by hawk View Post
    is it the real deal? probs a knock off
    That's one of the copies - the original shirt had sewn on badges.

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    Yeah thats one of the replicas i had made, not sure why they are trying to sell it for double the price, haha good luck.

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    Newcastle Jets had their first A-League victory on this day 10 years ago.

    2-1 victory over Sydney FC. Milicic and Johnson score early and Yorke comes off the bench to get one back late. Corbo and Corica (I think - not got my info in front of me) sent off. Corica (straight) for bad challenge on Bridge and Corbo for the ensuing melee (2nd bookable)
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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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    Hello!

    I can not find anywhere the exact date of foundation of the club (day, month, year). Everywhere specified date - 2000.
    If anyone knows, please write

    I will be very grateful! Thank you so much!

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    ON THIS DAY:

    Jason Hoffman scored his first competitive Newcastle Jets goal in the 36th minute of the clash against Ulsan Hyundai to secure the Jets a Round 16 berth in the ACL. The team that day was:

    Ben Kennedy
    Adam D'Apuzzo
    Nikolai Topor-Stanley
    Ljubo Milicevic
    Tarek Elrich
    Ben Kantarovski
    Matt Thompson
    Jobe Wheelhouse
    Sasho Petrovski
    Jason Hoffman
    Fabio Vignaroli
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
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    Here is the footage for that goal

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    I dead set shot my load over that cross from Vigs.

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    ON THIS DAY:

    The Jets entered the Asian Champions League for the first time. They lost 2-0 to Beijing Guoan with one of the goal scorers being non other than Ryan Griffiths.

    Team for that day was:

    1 Ante Covic
    3 Adam D'Apuzzo
    4 Nikolai Topor-Stanley
    5 Ljubo Milicevic
    25 Adam Griffiths
    2 Tarek Elrich
    6 Ben Kantarovski
    8 Matt Thompson
    9 Sasho Petrovski
    10 Donny De Groot
    17 Fabio Vignaroli


    All 3 Griffiths brothers appeared in this match.
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
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    Also, had an interesting conversation with a guy last night whose father was part of the original 3 people to form the Breakers back in the day and build the stadium at Birmingham Gardens. This was intially back in the day when the Breakers were part of the local league - not representing the town in the national competition.
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    ON THIS DAY:

    The Jets entered the Asian Champions League for the first time. They lost 2-0 to Beijing Guoan with one of the goal scorers being non other than Ryan Griffiths.

    Team for that day was:

    1 Ante Covic
    3 Adam D'Apuzzo
    4 Nikolai Topor-Stanley
    5 Ljubo Milicevic
    25 Adam Griffiths
    2 Tarek Elrich
    6 Ben Kantarovski
    8 Matt Thompson
    9 Sasho Petrovski
    10 Donny De Groot
    17 Fabio Vignaroli


    All 3 Griffiths brothers appeared in this match.

    was that the one with topor getting skinned alive for 90mins?


    also, i still refuse to believe donny de groot was a real person. never sighted the bloke.

    go the jets
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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    was that the one with topor getting skinned alive for 90mins?


    also, i still refuse to believe donny de groot was a real person. never sighted the bloke.

    go the jets
    Have to rely on others. I was in Europe when we were playing our ACL fixtures
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    was that the one with topor getting skinned alive for 90mins?


    go the jets
    By my memory, yes it was. I was questioning why the hell we signed him. And the , he went on to show me he was a beast

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    Quote Originally Posted by plague View Post
    was that the one with topor getting skinned alive for 90mins?


    also, i still refuse to believe donny de groot was a real person. never sighted the bloke.

    go the jets
    To be fair to Topor it was Griff skinning him all night

    Nothing really to be ashamed of
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    Also, had an interesting conversation with a guy last night whose father was part of the original 3 people to form the Breakers back in the day and build the stadium at Birmingham Gardens. This was intially back in the day when the Breakers were part of the local league - not representing the town in the national competition.
    Direct descendants of the wonderfully purple Newcastle Austral.

    was that the one with topor getting skinned alive for 90mins?
    Thrown to the wolves = GVE in his wisdom decided to to to Beijing and try a back three with Topor on the left side - madness though we did recover to have a good campaign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetmaster View Post
    Direct descendants of the wonderfully purple Newcastle Austral.
    He was

    I remember playing against Australs as a kid. There was one kid who could pick the ball up and pop it in from outside the box with terrific consistency. Any space, he'd shoot and it would go in.
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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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    On This Day:

    The Jets greatest ever winning margin was achieved with a 5-0 win against Wellington Phoenix. Taggz double with goals to Griff , Heskey and Bridges.

    http://www.newcastlefootball.net/for...hlight=phoenix

    Link to the thread of you want a read back over the memories.
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    Great. He's gone from Liaoning Whowin to Newcastle Wholose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeterpool View Post
    On This Day:

    The Jets greatest ever winning margin was achieved with a 5-0 win against Wellington Phoenix. Taggz double with goals to Griff , Heskey and Bridges.

    http://www.newcastlefootball.net/for...hlight=phoenix

    Link to the thread of you want a read back over the memories.
    Cheers Jeterpool brought a smile to my face. Close to one of my favourite Jets games
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    Enjoy...


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    Great memories, damn that pitch was atrocious

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