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  1. Jets player & a member of #NixOut coaching staff test positive Coronavirus strikes two A-League teams as player, staff member test positive A-LEAGUE March 28, 2020 1:40pm by ZAC RAYSON Source: FOX SPORTS A Newcastle Jets player has tested positive for the coronavirus.Source: AAP An A-League player has tested positive for coronavirus, while a member of another club’s coaching staff has also been found to have the disease. Less than a week after the competition was suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak, an unnamed Newcastle Jets player was found to have the virus. According to The Daily Telegraph, “it’s understood the Jets player is asymptomatic, and only found he had coronavirus when tested before attempting to board a plane this week.” Watch Foxtel in an instant. Catch up and settle in with no installation & no lock-in contract.Sign up to all of Foxtel Now with a 10-day free trial. New customers only. Liverpool stars say thank you 1:28 The Jets played the A-League’s final match on Monday night before the competition was suspended – a behind-closed-doors win over Melbourne City in Newcastle. The entire Newcastle squad is believed to now be self-isolating, as is the Wellington Phoenix squad who recently returned to New Zealand after the competition was placed on ice. The Daily Telegraph reports a member of the Phoenix coaching staff has also tested positive. Phoenix most recently played on Sunday the 15th – in Wellington – but had since travelled to Sydney where the side quarantined themselves in Sydney in the hopes of completing the A-League season in Australia.
  2. Fine them the maximum & lock them up. Nine News Sydney @9NewsSyd Victoria Police has revealed seven people were not home during the random #COVID19 self-isolation spot checks conducted by officers today. #9News Travellers 'not home' during self-isolation police spot checks 9news.com.au 2:16 PM · Mar 26, 2020·TweetDeck
  3. The Sea Bogans or WSW 'C' can't beat themselves
  4. The tourism industry is routed
  5. I bet you'se are all glad we have a functioning academy now!
  6. We're all going to die. Should've listened to the Doomsday Preppers
  7. I expect that the players would be at least as safe only interacting with their normal circle, than they would being exposed to the general public.
  8. He goes good. He can't play NPL atm, but could be a handy backup for us with Nick out for a while.
  9. Taurus

    Abraham Majok

    Abe will probably end up at Mt Druitt with @stewballs
  10. That's what I was hearing on Sunday McCraig @Wandererstragic If the rumours are true, all NSW NPL football including training, will cease for 3 - 4 weeks from tomorrow 7:39 PM · Mar 15, 2020·Twitter for Android
  11. https://websites.sportstg.com/round_info.cgi?c=1-10179-0-553544-0&pool=1&fixture=70674778&a=MATCH We could potentially see Kosta, Mo, Cordier & Kalac jnr added to our squad / starting 11 Team List 4 M. Al Taay 12 T. Aquilina 21 A. Auglah 11 L. Constable 40 J. Gibson 24 P. Grozos 19 R. Jordan 9 D. Mariner 3 M. Natta 17 D. Pelekanos 16 Y. Sawalha
  12. Anyone living in the North or North West of our catchment area, should get along to Christie Park this arvo at 5.30pm & watch our next gen play SpiritFC. Some of you may have better educated opinions, if you watched more live football.
  13. **** you Mack, you make me post things twice, in different threads. Btw, Kosta & Mo should be available to start tomorrow night. NPL Preview: NWS Spirit FC v Wanderers Western Sydney Wanderers FCUpdated: 3 hrs ago The Wanderers NPL2 first grade team will be looking to build off their dominant 3-1 win over last year’s grand finalists when they take on NWS Spirit FC on Sunday evening at Christie Park. Sunday’s opponents drew 2-2 with the Central Coast Mariners last week, showing a lot of energy late in the match to earn a draw. The Wanderers were impressive in their first hit-out of the season, and excellent performances from Kosta Grozos, Jarrod Carluccio and Mo Adam has seen them earn a call-up to the A-League squad. Oliver Kalac, the 17-year-old son of former Socceroos goalkeeper and Wanderers goalkeeper coach Zeljko Kalac, has also earned a call-up. As a result, the Men’s squad will be injected with a lot of exciting youth from the U18’s and U20’s teams. One of those players is the younger brother of Kosta Grozos, Peter. At just 16 years of age, Peter came off the bench in last week’s victory – the first time the two brothers have played together for the Wanderers – and added a lot of energy down the right flank. With older brother Kosta earning a call-up to the Hyundai A-League squad, this could be Peter’s moment to shine and make an impact. The Red & Black also see Jamie Percevski, Isaac Hovar, Paolo Bonanni and Evan Tsakos join the squad. Nick Suman is an absentee after sustaining a shoulder injury late in the second half last weekend. Western Sydney Wanderers NPL2 Squad v NWS Spirit FC Oliver KALAC (gk), Jack GIBSON, Jamie PERCEVSKI, Isaac HOVAR, Paolo BONANNI, Mark NATTA, Thomas AQUILINA, Lochlan CONSTABLE, Peter GROZOS, Yousef SAWALHA, Rory JORDAN, Duante MARINER, Evan TSAKOS, Mohamed AL TAAY (c) NPL2 NSW ROUND 2 NWS Spirit FC v Western Sydney Wanderers 15 March 2020, 7:00pm Christie Park, Macquarie Park
  14. NPL Preview: NWS Spirit FC v Wanderers Western Sydney Wanderers FCUpdated: 3 hrs ago The Wanderers NPL2 first grade team will be looking to build off their dominant 3-1 win over last year’s grand finalists when they take on NWS Spirit FC on Sunday evening at Christie Park. Sunday’s opponents drew 2-2 with the Central Coast Mariners last week, showing a lot of energy late in the match to earn a draw. The Wanderers were impressive in their first hit-out of the season, and excellent performances from Kosta Grozos, Jarrod Carluccio and Mo Adam has seen them earn a call-up to the A-League squad. Oliver Kalac, the 17-year-old son of former Socceroos goalkeeper and Wanderers goalkeeper coach Zeljko Kalac, has also earned a call-up. As a result, the Men’s squad will be injected with a lot of exciting youth from the U18’s and U20’s teams. One of those players is the younger brother of Kosta Grozos, Peter. At just 16 years of age, Peter came off the bench in last week’s victory – the first time the two brothers have played together for the Wanderers – and added a lot of energy down the right flank. With older brother Kosta earning a call-up to the Hyundai A-League squad, this could be Peter’s moment to shine and make an impact. The Red & Black also see Jamie Percevski, Isaac Hovar, Paolo Bonanni and Evan Tsakos join the squad. Nick Suman is an absentee after sustaining a shoulder injury late in the second half last weekend. Western Sydney Wanderers NPL2 Squad v NWS Spirit FC Oliver KALAC (gk), Jack GIBSON, Jamie PERCEVSKI, Isaac HOVAR, Paolo BONANNI, Mark NATTA, Thomas AQUILINA, Lochlan CONSTABLE, Peter GROZOS, Yousef SAWALHA, Rory JORDAN, Duante MARINER, Evan TSAKOS, Mohamed AL TAAY (c) NPL2 NSW ROUND 2 NWS Spirit FC v Western Sydney Wanderers 15 March 2020, 7:00pm Christie Park, Macquarie Park
  15. SBS's finest journo. FMD, they have regressed in recent years #NoAnalysis #ShockJourno
  16. Pirmin will stay & be handed the arm band, which should have happened at the commencement of the 19/20 season. In regards to Duke, running his mouth off whilst involved with the Socceroos in 2019, hasn't endeared him to the hierarchy / coaching staff at our club or Arnie or his staff.
  17. 120+ schooners at the Royal Oak or Woolie next home Derby
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