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Reeves signing a boost up front!

Brandon Reeves in action against Cairns (Pine Creek Pictures)   Kristian Rees has confirmed the re-signing of the club’s 2018 leading goalscorer Brandon Reeves as part of his squad for the 2019 National Premier Leagues Queensland competition.   Reeves, who joined the club from South Australia, bagged 10 goals in 2018 from 21 appearances including…

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Teenagers added to Women’s Squad

Teenagers Chantelle Lloyd and Kijana Walker added to United’s 2019 Women’s squad       Michael Cook has stuck fast to his philosophy of providing opportunities to young players signing Chantelle Lloyd and Kijana Walker to his 2019 Women’s National Premier Leagues squad. The teenage defenders add youthful exuberance and enthusiasm to a team shaping…

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Wagstaffe stays put!

Tyler Wagstaffe has re-signed for Gold Coast United (photo Craig Clifford – Sportspics)       Experienced defender Tyler Wagstaffe is the latest addition to Gold Coast United’s 2019 Men’s squad, bolstering an already impressive defensive line-up. The 22 year old local has re-signed after a 2018 season interrupted by injury. Now fully fit, Wagstaffe is…

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SAP Academy gets top thumbs up!

Gold Coast United’s Head of SAP, Jamie Dixon (r), addressing the 2018 U12 SAP Boys     After a stellar 2018 that saw much success across the SAP Academy programs, Gold Coast United’s Head of SAP Jamie Dixon is confident that season 2019 will see the club’s SAP teams once again among the best in…

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Wildcat joins United

Zoe Corbett joins Gold Coast United from the Byron Bay WIldcats       Another signing from across the border with Zoe Corbett the latest addition to the Gold Coast United Women’s squad for season 2019. The Byron Bay ‘Wildcat’ joins the growing list of players from the Northern Rivers to venture north to test…

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Bambach & Campbell join United

Griffin Bambach & Jason Campbell link with United after standout seasons in the Gold Coast Premier League       Kristian Rees has turned to the Gold Coast Premier League for his latest recruits adding Jason Campbell and Griffin Bambach to his 2019 squad.   The experienced Campbell (21) plied his craft in the midfield…

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Georgia Elliston back for 2019

Georgia Elliston has re-signed for the Gold Coast United Women’s 2019 squad (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)         Gold Coast United Women’s Coach Michael Cook has secured the re-signing of young attacker Georgia Elliston as he looks to build a squad capable of improving on a solid 2018 season. Elliston is central to…

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Johnny Lee back with United

Johnny Lee (r) supporting Michael Thwaite at the Currumbin RSL ‘Mateship Run’ pictured with Dean Knoble, Peter Rudland & Belinda Fisher       To build a club and culture takes time and dedication from a lot of people who, in the main, go unnoticed and are happy for that to be the case. It takes…

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Conor Smith re-United

Conor Smith, Gold Coast United’s Men’s 2018 Player of the Year, returns in 2019 (Andrew Hudson Sports Photography)       Young Englishman, Conor Smith, is the latest to put pen to paper, officially re-signing today for Gold Coast United FC. After a strong debut season in the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition, the affable…

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United Talent Centres primed for 2019

2019 Gold Coast United Talent Centres       Following on from the Club’s recent announcement of an association with Ballina Coast High School’s Targeted Sports Program, 2019 will also see the establishment of a Talent Centre out of the School. Gold Coast United’s Talent Centre Programs provide young players access to quality skills coaching…

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