Posts Tagged:NPLQLD

Weier Relishing Opportunity

Lachlan Weier in action against Magpies Crusaders (photo Langevad Sports Photography)     For United’s newest recruit a trip to Ipswich to face one of the competition’s front runners is one of the reasons he made the move to the Coast. After a stint with the Brisbane Roar, 19 year old left back Lachlan Weier…

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Chempro Chemists Community Focus

Troy Bingham (Gold Coast United CEO) & Paul Jaffar (Chempro Chemists) at Emmanuel College     Gold Coast United FC is focused on engaging with the wider Community and building long-term relationships that foster grass roots Football development.   This goal is best achieved by aligning with like-minded local Clubs and businesses also keen to…

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Expansion Plans making Waves

Mark Anderson (Director) & Danny Maher (Chairman) announce United’s A-League & W-League intentions (22 March 2018)     Much debate and discussion in the national Media following the Club’s announcement of its intention to bid for a licence in both the Hyundai A-League and the Westfield W-League and yesterday’s announcement by Football Federation Australia for…

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Senior Player of the Match Update

  There’s been a host of outstanding performances from our Men & Women in their respective competitions to date. Here’s a wrap of the best of the best, round by round.   Men The GCU National Premier Leagues Queensland, Men’s Player of the Match, is proudly sponsored by the Meccah Bah, Broadbeach.   Rd1   …

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Weekend Wrap, 23 -25 March

NPL Youth Coach, Jared Adamson, delivering the Youth Analysis Task at Meakin Park   Another fantastic weekend for Gold Coast United. Here’s the wrap. Senior Men GCU 4 – MCU 1 A convincing win at Meakin Park over the Mackay Magpies Crusaders https://goldcoastunitedfc.com.au/back-to-back-united/   Senior Women The Gap 4 – GCU 3 Oh so close…

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Gold Coast United target A-league

Gold Coast United targets A-league return  (Photo Mackenzie Akins) by Pat McLeod | McLeod Publishing | 22 March 2018   Like a perfectly timed ‘corner’, Gold Coast United will use the momentum of the Commonwealth Games to deliver the city arguably its greatest Games legacy – an A-League Licence. Gold Coast United FC announce they…

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Weekend Wrap, 16-18 March

Coach Shane Robinson & the U10 SAP Boys. Photo Gary McCoy     Friday 16 March – Roar 2 GCU 0 A good crowd on hand at Lex Bell Oval to watch a very good Roar NTC Women’s side defeat the GCU Women. According to Coach, Michael Cook, “this is the first time this season…

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Football plan developing well

Players from GCU Affiliate Clubs, Robina & Canungra, joined the Gold Coast United & Mudgeeraba teams in a ‘walk-on’ as part of Female Football Week   Wow, what a weekend for Gold Coast United. A big thanks to the visiting clubs, players, parents and supporters. And a heartfelt thank you to all the GCU volunteers,…

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Bruce Lynton Automotive Group unite to support young footballers

Photo @sportspics –  GCU’s Troy Bingham presenting Beric Lynton with the No1 SAP Supporters jersey flanked by the U10 Boy’s squad     Gold Coast United aims to develop the potential of every young player so they can excel in the modern professional game. A cornerstone of that aim is to engage openly with the local…

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Zoric dons Gloves

Men’s Coach, Sean Lane, has once again turned to the Gold Coast and signed 19 year old keeper, Luka Zoric, to bolster his squad after the departure of Zac Speedy from the Club, whose work & travel obligations limited his ability to commit to the rigorous training and playing demands of the NPL.   The…

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