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The Jetstream Offseason – NNSW FFA Cup Preview

We interview @NPLNNSW teams @LambtonJaffasFC & @EdgeworthFC as they prepare for @FFACup fixtures, in this offseason podcast episode.

Michael (@BodyNovo) interviews Edgeworth player Brody Taylor and discusses Edgeworth’s recent NPL successes, their FFA Cup preparations, travelling to Cairns and Brody’s inclusion in the NNSWF NPL Select team who will face the Newcastle United Jets FC in a preseason game at Magic Park on Wednesday 20th July.

Dave (@Jeterpool) then interviews Lambton players Jobe Wheelhouse and John Majurovski and talks Lambton’s NPL struggles this season, and then discusses their preparation and expectations for their FFA Cup clash in Tasmania.

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The Jetstream Podcast Ep31 – The Stubbins-less Edition

Its an even fuller house this edition as special guest Perth Glory supporter Matt joins David (@Jeterpool), Michael (@BodyNovo), Mitch (@jerkpv4) and Mitchy (@mitchy_novo) for an FFA Cup review episode of The Jetstream Podcast/Pubcast hosted by furns (@newyboys).

In the immediate aftermath of going out of the 2015 FFA Cup competition on penalties to Perth Glory, we sat down in the Sydney Junction Hotel to dissect the overall team and individual player performances, tactics and coaching, as well as the news and recent turmoil surrounding both clubs. We thank Matt for joining us and giving us the Perth perspective, and we hope you enjoy his contributions for this episode.

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2015 FFA Cup – Round of 32 Match Preview – Newcastle United Jets FC vs Perth Glory FC

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2015 Westfield FFA Cup
Round of 32
Newcastle United Jets FC vs Perth Glory FC

When: Tuesday 11th August, 2014
Where: Magic Park, Cnr Curley Rd & Denny St, Broadmeadow, NSW
Kickoff: 730pm AEDST (gates open 630pm)
Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/
Pre-match: 5pm Sydney Junction Hotel (SJ’s), Beaumont St, Hamilton

Interested supporters are invited to attend The Squadron FSC Annual General Meeting which will commence at 530pm at SJ’s prior to catching the shuttle bus to the stadium in time for kickoff.

Watch: online only http://www.foxsports.com.au/football/ffa-cup/ffacupondemand
Listen: ABC Newcastle 1233 or ABC Grandstand online
Tweet: @newyboys #NTUA #NEWvPER


Overall A-League – 33 matches between the two teams.
Jets Wins – 6, Glory Wins – 18, Drawn – 6
FFA Cup – 1 match between the two teams. Glory have the only win.

A-League In Newcastle – 17 matches.
Jets Wins – 5, Glory Wins – 8, Drawn – 2
In Perth – 16
Jets Wins – 1, Glory Wins – 10, Drawn – 4

Average Home A-League Crowd – 7986
Average Away A-League Crowd – 7954

Goals in Fixture
Jets – 31, Glory – 55

1st Goals in Fixture
Jets – 12, Glory – 16

Cards in Fixture
Jets – 58 (56 yellow, 2 red), Glory 46 (43 yellow, 3 red)

Last FFA Cup Result –
Jets 0 – Glory 2 (Keogh 20′ and 88’) at Magic Park, Round of 32


Biggest Win

Jets 4 (Haliti 13’, Brockie 54’, Petrovski 68’ Penalty, Petrovski 69’) – Glory 0 at Hunter Stadium, Midweek Round 1, Season 6, 10/02/2011.

Heaviest Defeat

Jets 1 (Parisi 71’) – Glory 5 (Mori 33’, Harnwell 46’, Despotovski 52’, Mori 62’, Sekulovski 81’), Round 7, Season 1 at Energy Australia Stadium, 08/10/2005.


Perth Glory Coach Record – Ken Lowe 100% win ratio (6 wins, 0 drawn, 0 losses) – A-League & FFA Cup



  • This match is the Jets opportunity for redemption after losing the same fixture at Magic Park last year.
  • There is a chance there will be no players appearing for the Jets from last years loss. The only players remaining in the squad from last year are Ben Kennedy, Ben Kantarovski and Brandon Lundy.
  • Similarly, Perth will send out a significantly changed line-up.
  • This will be Scott Milller’s first competitive hit out as the Jets manager. Only Branko Culina and Craig Deans have won their first competitive match as manager of the club.
  • Should Edgeworth fail to beat Melbourne City the Jets will have the chance to be the first club from the region to progress to the round of 16.