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Hyundai A-League Week 20 ins and outs

Thursday, 16 February 2012 3:03 PM
 

Hyundai A-League Week 20 ins and outs

We bring you all the ins and outs for every team, heading into Week 20 of Hyundai A-League action.

Friday, 17 February 2012
Melbourne Heart v Gold Coast United

Venue: AAMI Park
Local kick-off: 8:00pm
TV broadcast: Fox Sports 1
Referees: Alan Milliner / Shaun Evans / George Lackrindis / Lucian Laverdure

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 5): Melbourne Heart wins 1, Gold Coast United wins 1 (3 draws)

Melbourne Heart squad:1.Clint Bolton (GK), 2.Michael Marrone, 3.Brendan Hamill, 4.Simon Colosimo, 5.Fred ©, 6.Matt Thompson, 7.Rutger Worm, 9.Maycon, 10.Wayne Srhoj, 11.Alex Terra, 13.Jonatan Germano, 15.David Williams, 19.Eli Babalj, 26.Paul Reid, 27.Craig Goodwin, 30.Sebastian Mattei (GK) *one to be omitted*

In: Fred, Matt Thompson (return from injury)
Out: Kristian Sarkies (calf – 2 weeks), Curtis Good (suspended)
Unavailable: Aziz Behich, Mate Dugandzic, Jason Hoffman (all Qantas Australian U23 duty)

Gold Coast United squad: 20.Jerrad Tyson [gk], 2.Josh Brillante, 4.Zac Anderson, 5.Kristian Rees, 7.Golgol Mebrahtu, 11.Jake Barker-Daish, 14.Ben Halloran, 15.Adama Traore, 17.Chris Harold, 21.Daniel Severino, 26.Ambes Yosief, 28.Daniel Bowles, 29.Mitch Bevan, 30.Brendan White [gk], 33.Mitch Cooper (c)

In: 11.Jake Barker-Daish (promoted), 20.Jerrad Tyson [gk] (promoted), 26.Ambes Yosief (promoted), 33.Mitch Cooper (promoted)
Out: 3.Michael Thwaite (suspended – 1 match), 16.Maceo Rigters (not selected), 24.Jonas Salley (end of short-term contract), 40.Chris O’Connor [gk] (not selected)

Unavailable: 1.Glen Moss (groin injury – 4 weeks), 6.Paul Beekmans (compassionate leave - indefinite), 9.Joel Porter (calf – 3 weeks), 10.Tahj Minniecon (foot injury – 2 weeks), 12.Dylan Macallister (hamstring – 5 weeks), 13.Ante Rozic (hamstring injury – 1 week), 18.James Brown (ankle injury – 1 week), 19.Chris Broadfoot (ankle injury – indefinite), 22.Peter Jungschlager (hip injury – 1 week), 23.Dylan McGowan (international duty)

Saturday, 18 February 2012
Central Coast Mariners v Wellington Phoenix

Venue:Bluetongue Stadium
Local kick-off: 5:30pm
TV broadcast: Fox Sports 1
Referees: Strebre Delovski / Paul Cetrangolo / Lance Greenshields / Gerard Parsons

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 13): Central Coast Mariners wins 6, Wellington Phoenix wins 5 (2 draws)

Central Coast Mariners Squad: 2. Daniel MCBREEN, 3. Joshua ROSE, 4. Pedj BOJIC, 5. Brad PORTER, 6. Patrick ZWAANSWIJK, 7. John HUTCHINSON, 8. Rostyn GRIFFITHS, 9. Bernie IBINI, 10. Adriano PELLEGRINO, 12. Troy HEARFIELD, 13. Stuart MUSIALIK, 14. Michael MCGLINCHEY, 15. Brad MCDONALD, 17. Tomas ROGIC, 18. Alex WILKINSON (C), 19. John SUTTON, 20. Justin PASFIELD (Gk), 23. Adam KWASNIK, 24. Mitchell DUKE, 31. Brody CRANE (Gk) *five to be omitted*

In: 4. Pedj BOJIC (returns from injury), 5. Brad PORTER (promoted), 12. Troy HEARFIELD (returns from injury), 13. Stuart MUSIALIK (promoted), 15. Brad MCDONALD (promoted), 24. Mitchell DUKE (promoted), 19. John SUTTON
Out: 16. Trent SAINSBURY, 22. Sam GALLAGHER (both suspended)
Unavailable: 1. Mathew RYAN, 11. Oliver BOZANIC, 22. Mustafa AMINI (all Qantas Australian U23 duty)

Wellington Phoenix squad: 1. Mark Paston (GK), 3. Tony Lochhead, 4. Brent Griffiths, 7. Leo Bertos, 8. Paul Ifill, 9. Chris Greenacre, 11. Daniel, 12. Nicky Ward, 14. Mirjan Pavlovic, 17. Vince Lia, 18. Ben Sigmund, 19. Jimmy Downey, 20, Tony Warner (GK), 21. Dani Sanchez, 24. Alex Smith

In: Brent Griffiths (promoted), Mirjan Pavlovic (promoted), Manny Muscat (returns from suspension), Nicky Ward (returns from injury)
Out: Tim Brown, Andrew Durante (both suspended – 1 match)
Unavailable: Cameron Lindsay (international duty), Lucas Pantelis (knee injury – indefinite)

Saturday, 18 February 2012
Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Victory

Venue: Suncorp Stadium
Local kick-off: 6:45pm (7.45pm AEDT)
TV broadcast: Fox Sports 1
Referees: Jarred Gillett / Dennis Silk / David Walsh / Matt Gillett

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 20): Brisbane Roar wins 6, Melbourne Victory wins 10 (4 draws)

Brisbane Roar Squad: 1. Michael Theoklitos (GK), 2. Matt Smith (C), 3. Shane Stefanutto, 5. Ivan Franjic, 6. Erik Paaratlu, 7. Besart Berisha, 8. Massimo Murdocca, 10. Henrique, 11. Issey Nakajima-Farran, 12. Matt Mundy, 16. Mohamed Adnan, 17. Mitch Nichols, 19. Jack Hingert, 20. Andrew Redmayne (GK), 21. James Meyer, 22. Thomas Broich, 24. Nick Fitzgerald *two to be omitted*

In: 11. Issey Nakajima-Farran, 19. Jack Hingert (promoted)
Out: Nil
Unavailable:14. Rocky Visconte (Qantas Australian U23 duty), 4. Matt Jurman (Qantas Australian U23 duty)

Melbourne Victory squad: 1. Tando Velaphi (gk), 3. Fabio, 4. Petar Franjic, 5.Mark Milligan, 6. Leigh Broxham, 7. Matthew Kemp, 9. Jean Carlos Solorzano, 10. Archie Thompson, 11. Marco Rojas, 14. Billy Celeski, 16.Carlos Hernandez, 17.Jimmy Jeggo, 18. Danny Allsopp, 21. Ante Covic (GK), 22. Harry Kewell, 23. Adrian Leijer (c), 24. Ubay Luzardo *two to be omitted*

In: 7. Matthew Kemp, 14. Billy Celeski (both returning from injury)
Out: Nil
Unavailable: 8. Grant Brebner (injured), 13. Diogo Ferreira (Qantas Australian U23 duty), 2. Matthew Foschini (Qantas Australian U23 duty), 19. Isaka Cernak (Qantas Australian U23 duty)

Saturday, 18 February 2012
Perth Glory v Newcastle Jets

Venue: nib Stadium
Local kick-off: 7:00pm (10.00pm AEDT)
TV broadcast: Fox Sports 1
Referees: Ben Williams / Joe Fusari / Matthew Cream / Michael Nugus

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 20): Perth Glory wins 9, Newcastle Jets wins 6 (5 draws)

Perth Glory Squad: 1.Danny Vukovic (Gk), 3.Bas Van Den Brink, 4.Billy Mehmet, 5.Steve Pantelidis, 7.Jacob Burns (C) 8.Adam Hughes, 9.Shane Smeltz, 10.Liam Miller, 13.Travis Dodd, 14.Steven Mcgarry, 15.Tommy Amphlett, 18 Jesse Makarounas, 19. Josh Risdon, 20. Neil Young, 21.Mile Sterjovski, 27.Andrezinho 35. Dean Heffernan *two to be omitted*

In: 15.Tommy Amphlett (Promoted), 18 Jesse Makarounas (Promoted)
Out: Nil
Unavailable: 2. Josh Mitchell (Knee), 6.Chris Coyne (Achilles), 11.Victor Sikora (Hip – Long Term Injury List), 12.Scott Neville (Knee), 16.Evan Berger (Hamstring), 17.Todd Howarth (Groin), 22.Adam Taggart (U-23 Selection)

Newcastle Jets squad: 1. Ben Kennedy (gk), 2. Taylor Regan, 4. Nikolai Topor-Stanley, 5. Tiago Calvano, 8. Jeremy Brockie, 9. Michael Bridges, 10. Ruben Zadkovich, 11. Tarek Elrich, 13. Byun, 14. Labinot Haliti, 17. James Virgili, 19. Matthew Nash (gk), 22. Ali Abbas, 23. Ryan Griffiths, 24. Francis Jeffers, 25. Jacob Pepper, 26. Connor Chapman


In: 14. Labinot Haliti, 17. James Virgili, 26. Connor Chapman
Out: Wheelhouse (groin 2 weeks)
Unavailable: Kantarovski (Qantas Australian U23 duty)

Sunday, 19 February 2012
Adelaide United v Sydney FC

Venue: Hindmarsh Stadium
Local kick-off: 6:30pm (7.00pm AEDT)
TV broadcast: Fox Sports 1
Referees: Kris Griffiths -Jones / Matthew Cheeseman / Daniel Goodwin / Regis Queffelec

Head-to-Head: All matches (played 22): Adelaide United wins 9, Sydney FC wins 10 (3 draws)

Adelaide United squad: 1.Eugene Galekovic (gk) (c), 2.Osama Malik, 3.Nigel Boogaard, 6.Cassio, 7.Zenon Caravella, 8.Evgeniy Levchenko, 9.Sergio van Dijk, 10.Dario Vidosic, 11.Bruce Djite, 13.Ricardo Da Silva, 14.Cameron Watson, 15.Jacob Melling, 17.Iain Ramsay, 18.Fabian Barbiero, 21.Francisco Usucar, 38.John Hall (gk) *one to be omitted*

In: Ricardo Da Silva (promoted)
Out: Nil
Unavailable: Daniel Mullen (international duty), Mark Birighitti (gk) (international duty), Antony Golec (international duty), Spase Dilevski (groin), Jon McKain (knee), Paul Izzo (gk) (knee)

Sydney FC squad: 1. Liam Reddy, 3. Jamie Coyne, 4. Pascal Bosschaart, 5. Michael Beauchamp, 6. Hirofumi Moriyasu, 7. Brett Emerton, 8. Karol Kisel, 9. Bruno Cazarine, 10. Nick Carle, 12. Shannon Cole, 15. Terry McFlynn, 16. Joel Chianese, 18. Juho Makela, 20. Ivan Necevski, 21. Scott Jamieson, 22. Nathan Sherlock, 23. Rhyan Grant, 24. Mitch Mallia (three to be omitted).

In: Jamie Coyne (promoted), Terry McFlynn (returns from injury), Juho Makela (promoted)
Out: Nil
Unavailable: Dimi Petratos (Qantas Australian U23 duty), Sebastian Ryall (hamstring – 2 weeks), Mark Bridge (ankle – 3 weeks), Terry Antonis (hamstring, 1 week)

 
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