2011–12 Newcastle Jets FC season

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Newcastle Jets FC
2011–2012 season
Chairman Ray Baartz
Manager Gary van Egmond
A-League 7th
AFC Champions League DNQ
Top goalscorer Jeremy Brockie and Ryan Griffiths (9 goals)
Highest home attendance 17,245
Lowest home attendance 9,311
Home colours
Away colours

The Newcastle Jets 2011-12 season was the Newcastle Jets' seventh season since the inception of the Australian A-League and the eleventh since the club's founding, in 2000.

2011-12 squad[edit]

Senior squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Australia GK Ben Kennedy
2 Australia DF Taylor Regan
3 Australia DF Mario Šimić
4 Australia DF Nikolai Topor-Stanley
5 Brazil DF Tiago
6 Australia MF Ben Kantarovski
7 Australia MF Kasey Wehrman (Vice-Captain)
8 New Zealand FW Jeremy Brockie
9 England MF Michael Bridges
10 Australia MF Ruben Zadkovich
11 Australia DF Tarek Elrich
12 Australia MF Jobe Wheelhouse (Captain)
No. Position Player
13 South Korea DF Byun Sung-Hwan
14 Australia FW Labinot Haliti
15 Australia FW Chris Payne
16 Australia DF Sam Gallaway
17 Australia MF James Virgili
18 Australia FW Marko Jesic
19 Australia GK Matthew Nash
20 Australia MF Jason Čulina
22 Iraq MF Ali Abbas Al-Hilfi
23 Australia FW Ryan Griffiths
24 England FW Francis Jeffers

Transfers[edit]

In

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Australia DF Mario Šimić (promoted from Youth Team)
5 Brazil DF Tiago (from Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf)
13 South Korea DF Byun Sung-Hwan (from Sydney FC)
15 Australia FW Chris Payne (from North Queensland Fury)
16 Australia DF Sam Gallaway (promoted from Youth Team)
No. Position Player
17 Australia MF James Virgili (promoted from Youth Team)
20 Australia MF Jason Culina (from Gold Coast United)
24 England FW Francis Jeffers (Scotland Motherwell)
25 England MF Michael Bridges (from Retired)

Out

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Australia MF Adam D'Apuzzo (to Marconi Stallions FC)
8 England MF Michael Bridges (to Retired)
9 China FW Zhang Shuo (to China Shenzhen Phoenix)
13 Australia FW Sasho Petrovski (to South Coast Wolves)
15 Australia FW Sean Rooney (to Free Agent)
No. Position Player
17 Italy MF Marcello Fiorentini (to Free Agent)
20 Australia GK Neil Young (to Perth Glory)
21 Australia MF Brodie Mooy (to Parramatta Eagles)
22 Australia MF Kaz Patafta (to Free Agent)

Youth squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Australia GK Jack Duncan
Australia DF Jacob Pepper (Captain)
Australia DF Daniel Laiman
Australia MF Luke Remington
Australia MF David Talevski
Australia MF Kyle Ewart
Australia MF Abe Wheelhouse
No. Position Player
Australia MF Louis Bozanic
Australia MF Laaris Jagessar-Barnett
Australia MF Scott Pettit
Australia MF Andrew Hoole
Australia FW Blake Green
Australia FW Alex Read
Australia FW Kale Bradbery
+ up to four senior squad players

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