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Momo back for 2020

Momo Hayashi, can defend, can pass and can score! (photo Craig Clifford / Sportspics)         Another big name commits for season 2020. Momo Hayashi will play on for Gold Coast United in a coup for new coach, Alex Bundalo, as he looks to assemble a squad to challenge the best in the…

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United Talent Centres Delivering

Gold Coast United Academy Player Pathway System     Gold Coast United Talent Centres continue to deliver with twenty young footballers graduating from the ‘class of 2019’ into the United Academy ranks for season 2020. Established to provide local community club players with the chance to undertake additional training supervised by United’s best youth coaches,…

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United Duo Commit

Ellie Fryer & Deeanna Thompson, central to United’s 2020 Women’s campaign         Vastly contrasting seasons for two of United’s best, Ellie Fryer & Deeanna Thompson, who shone in 2019 after injuries interrupted their 2018 NPLW campaigns. And the good news is that they’ll both be back in Gold Coast United colors in…

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United Home Ground Officially Opened

Meaghan Scanlon MP, Cr Gail O’Neill (Division 14) & Mayor Tom Tate on hand at the official opening of Coplicks (Luke Ireland / Sports Gold Coast)         Coplick Family Sports Park was officially opened yesterday, marking a significant milestone for all stakeholders involved in the renovation of the Tallebudgera facility. The opening…

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Gold Coast United Unveil 2020 NPLW Coaches

Gold Coast United locks in experienced coaching trio to guide its 2020 female NPLW program          Following a ‘blue-chip’ season from the club’s female NPL squads, Gold Coast United is pleased to confirm the re-signing of three of the club’s key coaches for season 2020.  Technical Director Craig Midgley, who was a central…

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Lowe back for United Women

Jayde Lowe re-signs with the United Women’s squad (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)     Talented midfielder Jayde Lowe has returned to the Coast ahead of the opening round of the National Premier Leagues Queensland Women’s competition. Lowe spent the back end of season 2018 at United before heading to the US to study and play…

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Dynamic attacker joins United

Prolific goalscorer Nadine Keast in action for Mackay Lions SC       Nadine Keast is the latest player to join the Gold Coast United Women’s 2019 squad. Having recently relocated to the Gold Coast from Mackay for work and aspiring to continue her football at the highest level, the dynamic attacker saw United as…

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Braithwaite back for United Women

Imogen Braithwaite re-signs with the United Women’s squad (Glenn Hampson / Gold Coast Bulletin)     Imogen Braithwaite has re-signed for Gold Coast United continuing her association with coach Michael Cook.  The young defender was part of Cook’s all-conquering 2017 Peninsula Power Women’s National Premier Leagues squad and when the chance to continue that association…

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Japanese Duo Joins United

Michael Cook has added more international flavor to the Gold Coast United Women’s squad with the addition of a quality Japanese duo to bolster his 2019 contingent. With the squad already brimming with exceptional local talent, Momo Hayashi and Rie Kitano arrive in Australia in January ahead of the Women’s National Premier Leagues season start…

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Adnum arrives from Pride

Georgina Adnum in action for Western Pride       Gold Coast United has strengthened it’s defensive stocks with the signing of Georgina Adnum to the Women’s 2019 squad. For Coach Michael Cook the addition of Adnum to his squad is a real bonus, a player with Georgina’s experience willing to join the Club is…

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