2013–14 Central Coast Mariners FC season

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Central Coast Mariners
2013–14 season
Chairman Michael Charlesworth
Manager Graham Arnold
(to 14 November 2013)
Phil Moss
Stadium Central Coast Stadium, Gosford
A-League 3rd
AFC Champions League Group stage
Top goalscorer League: Bernie Ibini (5)
All: Bernie Ibini (6)
Highest home attendance 17,134 vs Western Sydney Wanderers
12 October 2013
Lowest home attendance 5,787 vs Melbourne Victory
30 November 2013
Average home league attendance 9,398
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2013–14 Central Coast Mariners FC season was the clubs ninth season since its establishment in 2004, and included the 2013–14 A-League season as well as the 2014 AFC Champions League.

After their second placing in the A-League Premiership behind debutantes Western Sydney Wanderers followed by their maiden Championship (also against the Wanderers), the Mariners finished their previous season in the Round of 16 of the AFC Champions League - their best ever result in the continental competition, including their first win away in Asia against K-League side Suwon Bluewings.

Despite the retirement of central defender Patrick Zwaanswijk and the departure of goalkeeper Mathew Ryan, Attacking Midfielder Oliver Bozanic, striker Bernie Ibini-Isei and right back Pedj Bojić during the pre-season — and continued departures during the season, including Head Coach Graham Arnold and Head of Sports Science Andrew Clark — the Mariners came close to repeating that success, finishing third in the 2013–14 A-League and reaching the semi-final against Western Sydney Wanderers along with narrowly missing out on reaching the Round of 16 of the Champions League.

Season overview[edit]

May 2013[edit]

Following an injury-plagued stint at K-League side Chunnam Dragons which subsequently saw that club grant him a release early in 2013, Matt Simon re-signed with the Mariners on a one-year contract on 16 May.[1]

Citing increasing physical and mental stress associated with the constant commute between his home[2] and personal training business in Sydney and the Mariners' home base on the Central Coast, Pedj Bojić sought and was subsequently granted a release from the final year of his contract with effect from 24 May.[3] Bojić subsequently signed with Sydney FC on 19 June.[4]

Having being linked with a number of European clubs during the January transfer window, goalkeeper Mathew Ryan signed a 3-year deal with Belgian Pro League club Club Brugge on 30 May,[5] in the process turning down an offer from Danish Superliga side Randers.

June 2013[edit]

After trialling with Club Brugge during the January transfer window and with French Ligue 1 side Lille after the Grand Final, Bernie Ibini-Isei signed a 3-year deal with Chinese Super League newcomers Shanghai SIPG on 4 June.[6]

Midfielder Adriano Pellegrino and left back Brad McDonald moved to National Premier Leagues NSW side Central Coast Mariners Academy on 5 June after the conclusion of their contracts.[7]

The club announced on 8 June[8] that striker Daniel McBreen would join Shangahi SIPG on loan until the end of October; he would be available to play for the Mariners again in the Round 4 F3 Derby on 2 November.

On 19 June the club confirmed that Oliver Bozanic would be transferring to Swiss Super League club FC Luzern on a two-year contract.[9]

July 2013[edit]

On 5 July the club announced the signing of Argentinian and former Melbourne Victory marquee Marcos Flores on a one-year deal[10] following his release from the Victory.

On 8 July the club announced the signing of former Perth Glory defender Storm Roux to a two-year contract, along with a three-year contract for Tom Slater, midfielder from Sydney FC's National Youth League side and son of former Socceroo Robbie Slater.[11]

On 9 July the club announced the signing of Dutch defender Marcel Seip from Eerste Divisie side VVV-Venlo on a three-year contract.[12]

August 2013[edit]

On 23 August the club announced the signing of former Sydney FC, Wellington Phoenix, Brisbane Roar and Newcastle Jets goalkeeper Liam Reddy on a one-year "zero-tolerance" contract.[13] This signing was viewed as highly controversial given his previous drunken behaviour[14] at Sydney FC (which resulted in his contract being terminated[15] in April 2012) and violent conduct against Mariners players Matt Simon[16] and Wayne O'Sullivan.[17]

On 30 August it was announced that Graham Arnold had signed a contract to remain as Head Coach for the Mariners until the end of the 2015–16 season.[18]

November 2013[edit]

On 14 November the club announced that Graham Arnold had signed a two-year deal to become the manager of J. League Division 1 side Vegalta Sendai; former assistant manager Phil Moss was promoted to Head Coach with immediate effect.[19] Foundation player and former Wellington Phoenix assistant coach Wayne O'Sullivan was announced as Moss' replacement as assistant coach on 21 November.[20]

On 22 November the club announced that Zachary Anderson and Trent Sainsbury had extended their contracts; Anderson will remain until the end of the 2014–15 season while Sainsbury will continue until the end of the 2015–16 season.[21]

December 2013[edit]

On 1 December the club confirmed that Andrew Clark, Head of Sports Science and foundation player, would be joining Graham Arnold at Vegalta Sendai following the Mariners' Round 10 game against Adelaide United in Adelaide.[22]

On 23 December the club confirmed that Michael McGlinchey would move to Vegalta Sendai on loan following the Round 13 game against Melbourne Heart until the end of the 2014 J. League Division 1 season; in addition Bernie Ibini-Isei will return on loan from Shanghai SIPG from the Round 14 game against Wellington Phoenix until 31 May 2014.[23]

January 2014[edit]

During a training session on 2 January, Marcos Flores sustained an injury to his right knee,[24] which was subsequently confirmed to be a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament; the club announced on 3 January that Flores had been ruled out for the remainder of the season.[25]

On 31 January the club announced two departures:

February 2014[edit]

On 1 February the club announced that former Guangzhou R&F defender Eddy Bosnar would be joining the club until the end of May.[28]

On 2 February the club announced that former Ulsan Hyundai winger Kim Seung-Yong had signed with the club for the remainder of the season.[29]

The club announced the following signings on 5 February:[30]

March 2014[edit]

The club announced on 15 March that goalkeeper Liam Reddy had been granted a two-year contract extension, keeping him at the Mariners until the conclusion of the 2015–16 season.[31]

On 29 March the club announced that it would not be renewing Marcos Flores' contract when it expired at the end of May.[32]

April 2014[edit]

On 11 April the club announced that it had signed Glen Trifiro — who had been on loan from Sydney United until the end of May — to a one year contract.[33]

On 18 April the club announced that it had signed Matt Sim — who had been on loan from Sutherland Sharks until the end of May — to a one year contract.[34]

Players[edit]

Squad information[edit]

Players who have been announced as contracted to the Central Coast Mariners senior squad for the 2013-14 season. 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 Justin Pasfield
3 Australia DF Joshua Rose
4 Netherlands DF Marcel Seip
5 Australia DF Zachary Anderson
6 Australia DF Brent Griffiths
7 Malta MF John Hutchinson (Captain)
8 Scotland MF Nick Montgomery
9 Australia FW Mitchell Duke
10 Argentina FW Marcos Flores
11 Australia FW Nicholas Fitzgerald
12 Australia GK Liam Reddy
13 Australia DF Hayden Morton (Youth)
15 New Zealand DF Storm Roux (Youth)
17 Australia MF Anthony Cáceres
No. Position Player
18 Australia DF Michael Neill (Youth)
19 Australia FW Matt Simon
20 Australia FW Bernie Ibini-Isei
21 Australia FW Mile Sterjovski
22 Australia MF Tom Slater (Youth)
23 Australia FW Adam Kwasnik
24 Australia MF Jesse Curran (Youth)
25 Australia DF Eddy Bosnar
26 South Korea MF Kim Seung-Yong
27 Australia MF Isaka Cernak
28 Australia MF Glen Trifiro
29 Australia DF Matt Sim
33 Australia FW Joshua Bingham (Youth)
72 Australia GK John Crawley

Squad statistics[edit]

No. Nat Pos Player Total A League Finals AFC Champions League
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 Australia GK Justin Pasfield 4 0 4+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
3 Australia DF Joshua Rose 31 1 23+0 1 2+0 0 5+1 0
4 Netherlands DF Marcel Seip 16 1 11+3 0 0+0 0 2+0 1
5 Australia DF Zachary Anderson 28 1 20+0 1 2+0 0 6+0 0
6 Australia DF Brent Griffiths 10 0 3+3 0 0+0 0 2+2 0
7 Malta MF John Hutchinson 33 0 22+3 0 1+1 0 6+0 0
8 Scotland MF Nick Montgomery 31 0 21+3 0 2+0 0 5+0 0
9 Australia FW Mitchell Duke 35 3 17+10 3 2+0 0 1+5 0
10 Argentina MF Marcos Flores 12 3 11+1 3 0+0 0 0+0 0
11 Australia MF Nicholas Fitzgerald 27 4 19+2 3 2+0 0 3+1 1
12 Australia GK Liam Reddy 31 0 23+0 0 2+0 0 6+0 0
13 Australia DF Hayden Morton 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
15 New Zealand DF Storm Roux 31 1 22+1 1 2+0 0 5+1 0
17 Australia MF Anthony Caceres 23 2 12+6 2 2+0 0 2+1 0
18 Australia DF Michael Neill 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
19 Australia FW Matt Simon 30 2 11+13 2 0+2 0 4+0 0
20 Australia FW Bernie Ibini-Isei 21 6 6+8 5 2+0 1 3+2 0
21 Australia MF Mile Sterjovski 32 5 17+10 3 0+2 0 3+0 2
22 Australia MF Tom Slater 1 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
23 Australia FW Adam Kwasnik 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
24 Australia MF Jesse Curran 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
25 Australia DF Eddy Bosnar 14 1 9+0 1 2+0 0 3+0 0
26 South Korea MF Kim Seung-Yong 14 2 7+1 2 0+1 0 5+0 0
27 Australia MF Isaka Cernak 4 0 0+1 0 0+0 0 2+1 0
28 Australia MF Glen Trifiro 9 1 1+3 1 1+0 0 2+2 0
29 Australia DF Matt Sim 6 0 2+2 0 0+0 0 1+1 0
33 Australia FW Josh Bingham 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
72 Australia GK John Crawley 0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0 0+0 0
Players no longer at the club:
2 Australia FW Daniel McBreen 12 2 10+2 2 0+0 0 0+0 0
14 New Zealand MF Michael McGlinchey 9 2 8+1 2 0+0 0 0+0 0
16 Australia DF Trent Sainsbury 16 1 16+0 1 0+0 0 0+0 0

Transfers[edit]

Winter[edit]

In[edit]

Name Position Moving from Notes
Australia Matt Simon Forward South Korea Chunnam Dragons One year contract[1]
Argentina Marcos Flores Midfielder Australia Melbourne Victory One year contract[10]
New Zealand Storm Roux Defender Australia Perth Glory Two year contract[11]
Australia Tom Slater Forward Australia Sydney FC Youth Three year contract[11]
Netherlands Marcel Seip Defender Netherlands VVV-Venlo Three year contract[12]
Australia Liam Reddy Goalkeeper Australia Sydney FC One year "zero-tolerance" contract[13]
Australia Hayden Morton Defender Australia Central Coast Mariners Youth Promoted[35]
Australia Michael Neill Defender Australia Central Coast Mariners Youth Promoted[35]

Out[edit]

Name Position Moving to Notes
Australia Pedj Bojić Defender Australia Sydney FC Released on 24 May[3]
Australia Mathew Ryan Goalkeeper Belgium Club Brugge Three year contract[5]
Australia Bernie Ibini-Isei Forward China Shanghai SIPG Three year contract[6]
Australia Oliver Bozanic Midfielder Switzerland FC Luzern Two year contract[9]
Australia Adriano Pellegrino Midfielder Australia Central Coast
Mariners Academy
[7]
Australia Brad McDonald Defender Australia Central Coast
Mariners Academy
[7]
Netherlands Patrick Zwaanswijk Defender Retired Staying with club as Head of
Youth & Community Football[36]
Australia Daniel McBreen Forward China Shanghai SIPG Loan (June 2013 - October 2013)[8]

Summer[edit]

In[edit]

Name Position Moving from Notes
Australia Bernie Ibini-Isei Forward China Shanghai SIPG Loan (January 2014 - May 2014)[23]
Australia Eddy Bosnar Defender (China Guangzhou R&F) Signed until end of May[28]
South Korea Kim Seung-Yong Winger (South Korea Ulsan Hyundai) Signed until end of season[29]
Australia Glen Trifiro Midfielder Australia Sydney United Loan until end of May[37]
Australia Matt Sim Defender Australia Sutherland Sharks Loan until end of May[37]
Australia Isaka Cernak Midfielder Australia Perth Glory One-and-a-half year contract[37]

Out[edit]

Name Position Moving to Notes
New Zealand Michael McGlinchey Midfielder Japan Vegalta Sendai Loan (January 2014 - December 2014)[23]
Australia Trent Sainsbury Defender Netherlands PEC Zwolle Two-and-a-half year contract[26]
Australia Daniel McBreen Forward China Shanghai SIPG One year contract[27]

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

Competitions[edit]

Overall[edit]

Competition Started Round Current
position / round
Final
position / round
First match Last match
A-League 3rd 12 October 2013 12 April 2014
A-League Final Series Elimination finals Semi-finals 19 April 2014 26 April 2014
AFC Champions League Group stage Group stage 25 February 2014 23 April 2014
National Youth League 10th 27 October 2013 2 March 2014

A-League[edit]

Main article: 2013–14 A-League

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Brisbane Roar (C) 27 16 4 7 43 25 +18 52 2015 AFC Champions League Group stage 1
2 Western Sydney Wanderers 27 11 9 7 34 29 +5 42
3 Central Coast Mariners 27 12 6 9 33 36 −3 42 2015 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off 1
4 Melbourne Victory 27 11 8 8 42 43 −1 41 2014 A-League Finals Series
5 Sydney FC 27 12 3 12 40 38 +2 39
6 Adelaide United 27 10 8 9 45 36 +9 38
7 Newcastle Jets 27 10 6 11 34 34 0 36
8 Perth Glory 27 7 7 13 28 37 −9 28
9 Wellington Phoenix 27 7 7 13 36 51 −15 28
10 Melbourne Heart 27 6 8 13 36 42 −6 26

Updated to games played on 13 April 2014
Source: ultimatealeague.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
1 Since the winner of 2014 A-League Grand Final (Brisbane Roar) qualified for the 2015 AFC Champions League Group stage, the 2nd and 3rd placed teams qualified for the group stage and the qualifying play-off of 2015 AFC Champions League.
*Wellington Phoenix cannot qualify for the 2015 AFC Champions League as they are not recognised as an AFC club.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
27 12 6 9 33 36 −3 42 8 3 3 18 13 +5 4 3 6 15 23 −8

Last updated: 13 April 2014.
Source: Competitive Matches

Results by round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Ground H A H A H H A H H A A H H A A H A H A H H A H A H A A
Result D D W D L W W D W L L W D D W W L L L L W L W W W L W
Position 4 4 3 5 5 7/4[A] 6 6 5 6 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 6 4 6 4 4 2 3 3

Last updated: 13 April 2014.
Source: Matches
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.
      Win       Draw       Loss

  1. ^ Round 6 was postponed (played between rounds 10 and 11) due to clash with New Zealand's FIFA World Cup qualifying match. The first position (7) is after the non-postponed matches of round 6. The second position (4) is after the postponed match.

Matches[edit]

Finals Series[edit]

League goalscorers per round[edit]

Total Player Goals per Round
 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
5 Australia Bernie Ibini 1 1 1 1 1
3 Argentina Marcos Flores 2 1
Australia Mile Sterjovski 1 1 1
Australia Mitchell Duke 1 1 1
Australia Nicholas Fitzgerald 1 1 1
2 New Zealand Michael McGlinchey 1 1
Australia Daniel McBreen 1 1
Australia Matt Simon 1 1
South Korea Kim Seung-Yong 1 1
Australia Anthony Cáceres 1 1
1 New Zealand Storm Roux 1
Australia Trent Sainsbury 1
Australia Zachary Anderson 1
Australia Eddy Bosnar 1
Australia Glen Trifiro 1
Australia Joshua Rose 1 1
32 TOTAL 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 3 2 2 1 2

      Goal scored from penalty kick           Two goals scored from penalty kick           Player suspended           Player injured/sick           Player on international duty    

Own goals[edit]

Player Against Week
Australia Justin Pasfield NewcastleJetsColours.png Newcastle Jets 4
Australia Zachary Anderson PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory 26

AFC Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
South Korea FC Seoul 6 3 2 1 9 6 +3 11
Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima 6 2 3 1 9 8 +1 9
China Beijing Guoan 6 1 3 2 7 8 −1 6
Australia Central Coast Mariners 6 2 0 4 4 7 −3 6

Goalscorers[edit]

2 goals
1 goal
Own goal


National Youth League[edit]

League table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Sydney FC Youth 18 13 2 3 49 29 50+20 41
2 Newcastle Jets Youth 18 11 4 3 50 29 51+21 37
3 Melbourne Victory Youth 18 9 4 5 50 36 44+14 31
4 Adelaide United Youth 18 9 3 6 41 36 35+5 30
5 Melbourne Heart Youth 18 8 4 6 40 30 40+10 28
6 Western Sydney Wanderers Youth 18 7 2 9 37 33 34+4 23
7 Brisbane Roar Youth 18 6 5 7 41 45 26−4 23
8 AIS Football Program 18 6 3 9 32 47 15−15 21
9 Perth Glory Youth 18 5 0 13 35 67 -2−32 15
10 Central Coast Mariners Youth 18 1 3 14 20 43 7−23 6


Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
18 1 3 14 20 43 −23 6 0 2 7 8 19 −11 1 1 7 12 24 −12

Last updated: 2 March 2014.
Source: Competitive Matches

Results by round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Ground H A H H A H A A H H A A H A A H H A
Result D L L D L L L L L L W L L D L L L L
Position 6 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

      Win       Draw       Loss
Ground: A = Away; H = Home

Matches[edit]

League Goalscorers per Round[edit]

Total Player Goals per Round
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3 Australia Adam Kwasnik 1 1 1
Australia Josh Bingham 1 2
Australia Patrick Dixon 1 1 1
2 Australia Jesse Curran 1 1
1 Australia Joshua Forbes 1
Australia Nicholas Fitzgerald 1
Australia Steve Whyte 1
Australia Brent Griffiths 1
Australia Jacob Esposito 1
Australia Hayden Morton 1
Australia Dominic Ferguson 1
Australia Dejan Pandurevic 1
Australia Glen Trifiro 1
20 TOTAL 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 5 0 2 0 2 0 0 2

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

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