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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners
Hyundai A-League
Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta
Apr
26
6:30pm
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Moss | We'll be ready for Wanderers
Moss | We'll be ready for Wanderers
Central Coast Mariners Head Coach Phil Moss says his players have already put their 2014 AFC Champions League exit at the hands ...
Sully's Say | 11 April 2014
As a general rule we tend to shy away from making excuses for performances and attempt where possible to remain objective.
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Video | Coffee with Mitchell Duke
Each week, Central Coast Mariners visit a local Gloria Jean's Coffee House to film the Club's Interview of the Week. This week we took time out with attacker Mitchell Duke in ...
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Infographic | 2/7 Seoul Stars To Silence
As we countdown to kick-off against FC Seoul, here is the second of seven Seoul stars we must silence at Central Coast Stadium – Yun Il-Lok!
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Squad | 18 options to rattle Roar
Central Coast Mariners boss Phil Moss has selected an initial 18-player squad for this Saturday’s final Hyundai A-League regular season match against Brisbane Roar at Suncorp ...
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Vote for your FOXTEL A-League All Stars players
The FOXTEL A-League All Stars will take on Italian powerhouse Juventus and fans now can vote for which players they want to feature on 10 August at ANZ Stadium.
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Infographic | 1/7 Seoul Stars To Silence
There’s just seven days until we take on FC Seoul in Matchday 5 of the 2014 AFC Champions League!
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Audio | Moss on Big Sports Breakfast
Mariners Head Coach Phil Moss joined Terry Kennedy and Michael Slater on the Big Sports Breakfast on Wednesday.
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Academy | Information Evening Review
Central Coast Mariners held an information session for parents and players involved in its Academy program at Central Coast Leagues Club in Gosford on Monday.
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Help Us Silence FC Seoul!
Central Coast Mariners will return to AFC Champions League action on Wednesday 16 April when the Club takes on Korea Republic’s FC Seoul on Matchday 5 at Central Coast Stadium.
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Phil Moss
Moss: "Life-changing moment"
They say in football you are only ever a phone call away from a life-changing moment.
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World Cup ranks as a huge challenge
Officially, Australia has the hardest task of any country to get through the group stage at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
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