List of Central Coast Mariners FC players

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This article is about all Central Coast Mariners players with at least one competitive first-team appearance. For the current Central Coast Mariners first team squad, see Central Coast Mariners FC#Players.
A man wearing a white shirt and navy shorts in the act of kicking a football with his right foot.
Alex Wilkinson was club captain from 2007 to 2012.[1]

Central Coast Mariners Football Club is an Australian professional association football club based in Gosford, on the Central Coast of New South Wales. The club was formed in November 2004,[2] and the team played their first competitive match in May 2005, when they entered qualifying for the 2005 OFC Club Championship.[3] The Mariners play their home matches at Central Coast Stadium.[2] More than 100 players have made a competitive first-team appearance for the club; those players are listed here. Players are listed in order of their first appearance for the Mariners, and alphabetical order by surname for players who debuted simultaneously.

The Mariners' record appearance-maker is John Hutchinson, who made 271 appearances over a 10-year playing career, having broken Alex Wilkinson's previous appearance record. Hutchinson also holds the record for the most starts, having started in 232 games. Matt Simon is the club's top goalscorer with 45 goals in his eight years with the club, two more than next-highest scorer Adam Kwasnik. Seven other players have made 100 appearances or more, including four members of the 2013 A-League Grand Final winning team. Danny Vuković is the only goalkeeper to have made over 100 appearances for the side. Four players have held the position of club captain, Alex Wilkinson for the longest period (five years). The current captain is Nick Montgomery.

Key[edit]

General

Table headers

  • Nationality – If a player played international football, the country/countries he played for are shown. Otherwise, the player's nationality is given as their country of birth.
  • Club career – The year of the player's first appearance for Central Coast Mariners to the year of his last appearance.
  • Starts – The number of games started.
  • Subs – The number of games played as a substitute.
  • Total – The total number of games played, both as a starter and as a substitute.
  • Goals – The number of goals scored.
Positions key
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player

Players[edit]

A man with dark hair in a white shirt and navy shorts running towards a football
John Hutchinson made more than 250 appearances for Central Coast Mariners.[4]
A man with dark hair, wearing a grey shirt, black shorts and goalkeeping gloves approaching a football
Danny Vukovic is the Mariners' most-capped goalkeeper.
A man with dark hair in a yellow shirt with navy shorts looking up to his right with a football in front of him.
Joshua Rose has the most appearances and goals in the current squad.
A man with light-coloured hair wearing a white shirt and navy shorts running forwards on a football field.
Matt Simon is the Mariners' all-time top goalscorer.
Table of players, including nationalities, positions and appearance details
Player Nationality Position Club career Appearances Goals Ref
Starts Subs Total
Beauchamp, MichaelMichael Beauchamp Australia Australia DF 2005–2006 28 1 29 0 [5]
Brown, DamienDamien Brown Australia Australia MF 2005–2007 51 7 58 3 [6]
Clark, AndrewAndrew Clark Australia Australia DF 2005–2010 79 24 103 0 [7]
Crawley, JohnJohn Crawley Australia Australia GK 2005 13 0 13 0 [8]
Gumprecht, AndreAndré Gumprecht Germany Germany MF 2005–2009 66 20 86 5 [9]
Mrdja, NikNik Mrdja Australia Australia FW 2005–2010 34 33 67 20 [10]
OSullivan, WayneWayne O'Sullivan Republic of Ireland Ireland MF 2005–2007 43 4 47 1 [11]
Petrie, StewartStewart Petrie Scotland Scotland U 2005–2007 50 3 53 14 [12]
Pondeljak, TomTom Pondeljak Australia Australia MF 2005–2008 51 15 66 9 [13]
Spencer, NoelNoel Spencer Australia Australia MF 2005–2007 52 3 55 7 [14]
Wilkinson, AlexAlex Wilkinson Australia Australia DF 2005–2012 206 0 206 3 [15]
Hutchinson, JohnJohn Hutchinson Malta Malta MF 2005–2015 232 39 271 18 [16]
Heffernan, DeanDean Heffernan Australia Australia DF 2005–2010 77 6 83 10 [17]
Baird, MichaelMichael Baird Australia Australia U 2005
2011
3 4 7 0 [18]
Osman, MatthewMatthew Osman Australia Australia MF 2005–2009 61 18 79 4 [19]
OGrady, PaulPaul O'Grady Australia Australia DF 2005–2009 25 17 42 3 [20]
Kwasnik, AdamAdam Kwasnik Australia Australia FW 2005–2008
2009–2013
96 62 158 43 [21]
Woodruffe, RussellRussell Woodruffe Australia Australia FW 2005 0 6 6 0 [22]
Carle, LeoLeo Carle Australia Australia MF 2005 0 8 8 0 [23]
Vukovic, DannyDanny Vuković Australia Australia GK 2005–2010 121 1 122 0 [24]
Ferguson, IanIan Ferguson Scotland Scotland MF 2005 0 3 3 0 [25]
Macmaster, JamieJamie McMaster Australia Australia MF 2006–2007 19 11 30 1 [26][27]
Boogaard, NigelNigel Boogaard Australia Australia DF 2006–2010 63 3 66 3 [28]
Porter, BradBrad Porter Australia Australia MF 2006–2012 66 24 90 1 [29]
Tomasevic, VukoVuko Tomasevic Australia Australia DF 2006–2007 14 3 17 0 [30]
Holland, JamesJames Holland Australia Australia MF 2006 0 3 3 0 [31]
Bozanic, OliverOliver Bozanic Australia Australia MF 2006
2010–2013
72 13 85 3 [32]
Trott, MatthewMatthew Trott Australia Australia GK 2006–2007 7 2 9 0 [33]
Vidmar, TonyTony Vidmar Australia Australia DF 2006–2008 34 4 38 0 [34]
Simon, MattMatt Simon Australia Australia FW 2006–2012
2013–2015
119 44 163 45 [35]
Jedinak, MileMile Jedinak Australia Australia MF 2006–2008 50 1 51 8 [36]
Mori, DamianDamian Mori Australia Australia FW 2006
2007
11 0 11 6 [37]
Petrovski, SashoSasho Petrovski Australia Australia FW 2007–2009 44 7 51 16 [38]
Owens, GregGreg Owens Australia Australia MF 2007–2009 11 6 17 2 [39]
Macandrew, IanIan McAndrew Australia Australia MF 2007 0 1 1 0 [40]
Aloisi, JohnJohn Aloisi Australia Australia FW 2007–2008 15 0 15 7 [41]
Ceccoli, AlvinAlvin Ceccoli Australia Australia DF 2008 6 0 6 0 [42]
Caceres, AdrianAdrian Caceres Australia Australia U 2008–2009 23 6 29 3 [43][44]
Macallister, DylanDylan Macallister Australia Australia FW 2008–2010 24 19 43 6 [45]
DApuzzo, DavidDavid D'Apuzzo Australia Australia U 2008–2009 4 8 12 0 [46]
Bojic, PedjPedj Bojić Australia Australia DF 2008–2013 137 3 140 8 [47]
Bosnich, MarkMark Bosnich Australia Australia GK 2008 5 1 6 0 [48]
Elrich, AhmadAhmad Elrich Australia Australia MF 2008–2009 9 12 21 2 [49]
Smith, BradyBrady Smith Australia Australia FW 2008–2010 1 2 3 0 [50]
Redmayne, AndrewAndrew Redmayne Australia Australia GK 2008–2009 2 1 3 0 [51]
Tadrosse, ChrisChris Tadrosse Australia Australia U 2008 1 0 1 0 [52]
Lewis, MatthewMatthew Lewis Australia Australia MF 2009–2011 4 11 15 1 [53]
Huke, ShaneShane Huke Australia Australia DF 2009–2010 7 1 8 0 [54][55]
Rizzo, NickNick Rizzo Australia Australia MF 2009 0 1 1 0 [56]
Doig, ChrisChris Doig Scotland Scotland DF 2009–2011 16 10 26 0 [57][58]
Macglinchey, MichaelMichael McGlinchey New Zealand New Zealand MF 2009–2013 127 6 133 13 [59]
Travis, NickyNicky Travis England England MF 2009–2010 14 6 20 3 [60]
Crowell, MattMatt Crowell Wales Wales MF 2009–2010 9 4 13 0 [61]
Nikas, PannyPanny Nikas Australia Australia MF 2009–2010 1 2 3 0 [62]
Mallia, MitchellMitchell Mallia Australia Australia FW 2010 0 1 1 0 [63]
Ibini-Isei, BernieBernie Ibini-Isei Australia Australia FW 2010–2013
2014
55 41 96 21 [64]
Fitzgerald, NicholasNicholas Fitzgerald Australia Australia U 2010
2013–
56 19 75 8 [65]
Macbreen, DanielDaniel McBreen Australia Australia FW 2010–2014 80 25 105 30 [66]
Vanstrattan, JessJess Vanstrattan Australia Australia GK 2010 3 0 3 0 [67]
Zwaanswijk, PatrickPatrick Zwaanswijk Netherlands Netherlands DF 2010–2013 97 2 99 13 [68]
Griffiths, RostynRostyn Griffiths Australia Australia MF 2010–2012 44 4 48 4 [69]
Rose, JoshuaJoshua Rose Australia Australia DF 2010– 163 1 164 10 [70]
Ryan, MathewMathew Ryan Australia Australia GK 2010–2013 94 0 94 0 [71]
Perez, PatricioPatricio Pérez Argentina Argentina MF 2010–2011 15 3 18 6 [72]
Amini, MustafaMustafa Amini Australia Australia U 2010–2012 25 20 45 4 [73]
Sainsbury, TrentTrent Sainsbury Australia Australia DF 2010–2014 60 9 69 2 [74]
Duke, MitchellMitchell Duke Australia Australia FW 2011–2015 45 38 83 15 [75]
Pellegrino, AdrianoAdriano Pellegrino Australia Australia MF 2011–2013 10 7 17 0 [76]
Hearfield, TroyTroy Hearfield Australia Australia U 2011–2012 5 30 35 2 [77]
Pasfield, JustinJustin Pasfield Australia Australia GK 2011–2013 14 0 14 0 [78]
Rogic, TomTom Rogić Australia Australia U 2012 25 3 28 5 [79]
Gallagher, SamSam Gallagher Australia Australia DF 2012 1 2 3 0 [80]
Sutton, JohnJohn Sutton England England FW 2012 10 0 10 1 [81]
Macclenahan, TrentTrent McClenahan Australia Australia U 2012 1 2 3 0 [82]
Sterjovski, MileMile Sterjovski Australia Australia U 2012–2014 41 17 58 6 [83]
Montgomery, NickNick Montgomery Scotland Scotland MF 2012– 80 8 88 2 [84]
Anderson, ZacharyZachary Anderson Australia Australia DF 2012–2015 71 12 83 1 [85]
Morton, HaydenHayden Morton Australia Australia DF 2012–2015 7 1 8 0 [86]
Griffiths, BrentBrent Griffiths Australia Australia MF 2012–2014 8 9 17 0 [87]
Caceres, AnthonyAnthony Cáceres Australia Australia MF 2013– 50 11 61 3 [88]
Macdonald, BradBrad McDonald Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea DF 2013 1 1 2 0 [89]
Flores, MarcosMarcos Flores Argentina Argentina U 2013 11 1 12 3 [90]
Roux, StormStorm Roux New Zealand New Zealand DF 2013– 48 4 52 1 [91]
Seip, MarcelMarcel Seip Netherlands Netherlands DF 2013–2014 13 3 16 1 [92]
Reddy, LiamLiam Reddy Australia Australia GK 2013– 61 0 61 0 [93]
Bosnar, EddyEddy Bosnar Australia Australia DF 2014– 35 1 36 4 [94]
Cernak, IsakaIsaka Cernak Australia Australia MF 2014–2015 17 10 27 2 [95]
Kim Seung-yong South Korea South Korea MF 2014 15 5 20 3 [96]
Sim, MattMatt Sim Australia Australia U 2014– 14 14 28 5 [97]
Slater, TomTom Slater Australia Australia FW 2014 0 2 2 0 [98]
Trifiro, GlenGlen Trifiro Australia Australia MF 2014– 13 21 34 5 [99]
Mane, MalickMalick Mané Senegal Senegal U 2014 4 2 6 0 [100]
Bingham, JoshJosh Bingham Australia Australia U 2014– 0 4 4 0 [101]
Neill, MichaelMichael Neill Australia Australia DF 2014– 10 0 10 0 [102]
Vernes, RichardRichárd Vernes Hungary Hungary MF 2014–2015 7 3 10 1 [103]
Kalik, AnthonyAnthony Kalik Australia Australia MF 2014– 3 6 9 0 [104]
Poscoliero, JacobJacob Poscoliero Australia Australia U 2014– 18 0 18 0 [105]
Nash, MatthewMatthew Nash Australia Australia GK 2014–2015 2 0 2 0 [106]
Major, TravisTravis Major Australia Australia FW 2015 1 9 10 1 [107][108]
Rose, LiamLiam Rose Australia Australia MF 2015– 3 5 8 0 [109]
Ferreira, FabioFábio Ferreira Portugal Portugal MF 2015– 11 0 11 3 [110]
Ascroft, HarryHarry Ascroft Australia Australia DF 2015– 1 0 1 0 [111]
Izzo, PaulPaul Izzo Australia Australia GK 2015– 1 0 1 0 [112]
Macging, JakeJake McGing Australia Australia DF 2015– 1 0 1 0 [113]
ODonovan, RoyRoy O'Donovan Republic of Ireland Ireland FW 2015– 1 0 1 0 [114]
Austin, MitchMitch Austin Australia Australia MF 2015– 0 1 1 0 [115]

Club captains[edit]

Since 2005, four players have held the position of club captain of the Central Coast Mariners. The first club captain was Noel Spencer, who was captain from 2005 to 2007.[116] The longest-serving captain is Alex Wilkinson, who was captain from 2007 to 2012 after taking over from Spencer.[1] The current club captain is Nick Montgomery, who took over after John Hutchinson retired in 2015.[117]

Table of club captains, including nationalities, positions, dates and notes
Player Nationality Position Dates Notes Ref
Spencer, NoelNoel Spencer Australia Australia MF 2005–2007 [116]
Wilkinson, AlexAlex Wilkinson Australia Australia DF 2007–2012 Longest-serving captain in Mariners' history [1]
Hutchinson, JohnJohn Hutchinson Malta Malta MF 2012–2015 [118]
Montgomery, NickNick Montgomery Scotland Scotland MF 2015– [117]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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