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Wanderers kick-start season with comfortable win over Mariners

A week after coach Markus Babbel's public slating of his team's character, the Wanderers have begun to show signs of leadership and fortitude after putting their A-League campaign back on track with a..
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brandon O'Neill wonder goal seals shaky win for Sydney FC

Sky Blues claim vital win but fail to impress against Central Coast Mariners on Saturday night.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Man on Crutches Takes to Field During Soccer Match in Australia, Crowd Cheers Him [Video]Man on Crutches Takes to Field During Soccer Match in Australia, Crowd Cheers Him  02:20

A man became the center of attention during a soccer match between Sydney FC and the Central Coast Mariners in Gosford, Australia, on December 1, as he walked onto the field using crutches.Twitter user..

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Usain Bolt Leaves Australian Soccer Team [Video]Usain Bolt Leaves Australian Soccer Team  00:40

(CNN)Usain Bolt's soccer career in Australia has come to an end with the announcement Friday that the Olympic sprint champion and the Central Coast Mariners have failed to reach a deal. He scored two..

Credit: Wochit - Published

 

Victory hitting form as front four find rhythm

Kevin Muscat could hardly stop smiling after he had watched his Melbourne Victory side put four past Central Coast Mariners to move to fourth on the A-League table.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Canberra United let slip three points in NYL opener

The Central Coast Mariners came from behind in the dying stages to claim a 3-2 win in Canberra.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bolt still chasing pro football dream

Olympic track star Usain Bolt is still chasing his dream to play professional football after failing to reach terms with the A-League's Central Coast Mariners.
Credit: SBS - Published

Halloran eager for Gosford reunion with former mentor Mike Mulvey

Adelaide United attacker Ben Halloran is looking forward to crossing paths with Central Coast Mariners coach Mike Mulvey, his long-time junior mentor.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bolt quits A-League trial at Mariners

Usain Bolt has ended his trial at the Central Coast Mariners after the A-League club failed to find a commercial partner to sufficiently boost his salary.
Credit: SBS - Published

Usain Bolt's A-League tilt officially over after failing to reach deal

Central Coast Mariners confirm Usain Bolt's exit after a third party sponsorship could not be found.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bolt trial finished at Central Coast Mariners

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has finished his football trial at Central Coast Mariners and will leave the club after failing to agree commercial terms, the A-League side..
Credit: SBS - Published

Mulvey comfortable with Mariners' handling of Bolt contract offer

Mike Mulvey says he asked the Central Coast Mariners to sideline him from contract talks with Usain Bolt and insists he has no issue with the A-League club.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published

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