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John Aloisi may take on Sydney FC next weekend after Central Coastpulled off one of the A-League’s greatest recruitment coups bysigning the Socceroos star. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 20 October, 2007)
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CENTRAL Coast have confirmed one of the biggest recruitment coupsin A-League history by signing Socceroos star John Aloisi for theremainder of the season. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 October, 2007)
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Aloisi in shock Mariners signing
Aloisi in shock Mariners signing

After years in the big leagues of Europe, John Aloisi will join theMariners. (The Age — 24 October, 2007)
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Star Central Coast Mariners recruit John Aloisi says he hopes toplay for the competition leaders in their next A-League matchagainst Sydney FC at Sydney Football Stadium on Sunday. (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 October, 2007)
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JOHN Aloisi pulled a big crowd at his unveiling yesterday, but thescorer of the most famous goal in Socceroos’ history is not goingto be intimidated by the level of expectation surrounding hismuch-hyped return to the A-League. (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October, 2007)
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John Aloisi may have scored the most famous penalty goal inAustralian soccer history, but the new Central Coast recruit couldhave a challenge on his hands to take spot kicks for the A-Leagueclub. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 hours ago)
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A dramatic late blunder from Wellington defender Jeremy Christiegifted Central Coast a 2-1 A-League win at Westpac Stadium. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October, 2007)
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JOHN Kosmina arrives in town today to be unveiled as Sydney FC’snew coach, but he will have to watch his first four games from thegrandstand as he serves out a pre-existing touchline ban. (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October, 2007)
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JOHN Kosmina is poised to become Sydney FC’s new coach after BrankoCulina was sacked yesterday just nine games into the season. (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 October, 2007)
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