MBU F.C. NEWS BULLETIN

 

REPORTS 

CUP FINAL: 

Jets are through to the Macron Cup final despite losing their final group match on penalties after Jackson Hall (pictured) set up Jordan Farina for Jets' goa. Lying in wait on Saturday are the cup hosts and our regional rivals. 

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CUP DOUBLE: Jets scored their second successive victory in the Macron Cup on Saturday night, with Alex Janovsky netting his first for the club and Royce Brownlie opening his account for the season. Click here

 

UP FOR THE CUP: Jets' clash of the champions at Peninsula Power tonight, kick-off 7pm, will feature two new signings (pictured above) who will keep everyone "on their toes", according to technical director Adam Piddick. Click here

 

BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here


BRING IT ON: Scott Stewart, pictured, returned to Wolter Park this week and admitted memories of that grand final came flooding back. Now he cannot wait for Saturday's pre-season clash with Mitchelton. Click here

 

STRIKER SIGNS: Jacob Fulluck, one of the rising stars of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland has signed for Jets. Technical director Adam Piddick and Jacob explain why. Click here


JETS SWOOP: 
Moreton Bay United has made two key signings for the 2016 PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland season - Matt Bryne and Alex Janovsky. Find out why Matt and Alex signed for Jets. Just click here

 

GOOD LUCK JOE: One of Jets' rising stars has been snapped up by Brisbane Roar. Joe Champness has put pen to paper on a one-year deal. Find out how the deal developed and Joe's tribute to Jets and ACE. Click here

 

NEW TD: Moreton Bay United has appointed Adam Piddick, who coached the Senior Men to the Premiership and Championship, as the club's new Technical Director. Full story 

 

MOVING ON: Three of Jets' double-winning stars from 2015 are heading overseas next year. Check out our tribute and the special "thank you" tiles from Albert Perez. Click here 

 

THE VERDICT: Now the dust has settled on Jets' remarkable season and it's the time for four key figures to look back on the last eight months and pick out their highlights, low points and funniest moments. Just click here

 

FLASHBACK: Jets' incredible season came to an end at Blacktown and Albert Perez was there, in the pouring rain, to capture the best moments on and off the picture. Check out the picture gallery below.


 DAVE'S MESSAGE: Jets' assistant coach Dave Harris is not letting the hype, hope and expectation overtake the team's planning and preparation for our PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues semi-final showdown at Blacktown. Full story


GOOD FEELING: Jets' ace Ryota Nakaooka had a feeling the side could be successful this season and is loving the team's PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues Finals run. Full story

 

NO FEAR: Jets' coach Adam Piddick flew to Sydney on Sunday to check out our PlayStation 4 National semi-final opponents Blacktown and says we will have no fear when we play the NSW champions. Full story

 

CHALLENGE: Jets coach Adam Piddick says there's much more to come from the star of this weekend's 3-1 elimination final victory over Edgeworth Eagles - Thomas Mendy. Full story

 

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Jets swept past Edgeworth Eagles in to the PlayStation 4 NPL National semi-finals with an impressive 3-1 victory at QSAC. Thomas Mendy proving the key. Full match report 

 

GOAL-DEN GIRLS: After a long, hard-fought season it's the Jets' Under 14/15 Girls who have become the only team to hit three figures this season. Full story click here

 

MIND GAME: Jordan Farina has revealed how a remarkable last-second change of mind helped Jets win the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final on Sunday. Full story click here

 

ADAM'S ANALYSIS: Jets coach Adam Piddick said attention to detail and those one percenters laid the platform for our stunning grand final victory over Strikers. Full story click here

 

CHAMPIONS! Jordan Farina's last-gasp free-kick won the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final at Wolter Park sparking fantastic celebrations on and off the pitch. Full match report

 

MILESTONE: Thomas Mendy may have played professionally in three European countries, but on Sunday afternoon at Wolter Park he will chalk up a career first. Full story click here 

 

GRAND FINAL: Relive all the action as the Premiership-winning Jets powered in to their first PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final with a 3-1 semi-final victory over Olympic at Wolter Park. Match report and reaction ... and a great picture gallery by Albert Perez below. 

 

STAT ATTACK: We start our countdown to Sunday's historic grand final at Wolter Park (5pm kick-off) with a look at how the Jets and Brisbane Strikers teams and season's statistics compare. Full story click here

 

DYNAMIC DUO: Jets' race for a second Premiership of the season is being fired by a bold challenge two players have thrown down - to themselves! Full story click here

 

STAR TIPS: Roar legend Matt Smith, pictured above at a Jets clinic last season, won three grand finals, two as captain. Here he offers some advice to Jets and Strikers on the eve of their PayStation 4 NPL Queensland deciders. Full story click here 

 

PRESSURE TEST: 

We start our countdown to Saturday's title decider with comment from the Jets and Strikers' camps. Jayke Cushieri says Jets must show why they should be crowned Premiers. 

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PICTURE POWER: 

Here's the latest great picture gallery from Albert Perez with all the action from Jets' handsome 4-0 victory over Northern Fury at Wolter Park. 

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JET POWER: 

Jets returned their second three-point, four-goal, five-star performance in a week at Wolter Park to beat Northern Fury on Saturday night and set-up a last-round cliffhanger for the title. 

Match report and reaction 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MBU SENIOR WOMENS TEAM 

who won their first game of the season on the weekend. For match report and hear the reaction from both camps click here 


HAVE A LOOK AT THIS! 
Our biggest picture gallery of the season, from the lens of Albert Perez, reliving Jets' victory over Brisbane Roar. All the goals, great celebrations, action shots and spot yourself in the crowd. Click here

WHAT A NIGHT: 
Jets are back on top of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland after a thumping 4-1 victory over Brisbane Roar Youth before a fantastic crowd at Wolter Park. Match report and reaction 

 

PICTURE SPECIAL: To mark the great win by Jets' senior women on Sunday, here's a great gallery of action shots to match the occasion. Again, many thanks to photographer Albert Perez. Click here 


GREAT NEWS: Following a state carnival, four members of Jets' Under 15 squad have been named in a Queensland squad to tour Japan, two more are shadow players and two just missed selection. Full story


FLYING HIGH: Jets ended a three-game winless streak at Western Pride on Saturday night thanks to a three-goal burst either side of half-time. Royce Brownlie, pictured above, grabbed the second. Read all about it and get our coach's verdict:

Match report: Click here

Adam Piddick interview: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld


AT THE DOUBLE: Jets Senior Women put on an impressive display against Western Pride on Sunday and took the lead through Rose Nisbet's first goal for the team, captured above by Albert Perez. For all the action and reaction:

Match report: Click here

Coaches' reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

TITLE CHALLENGE: Five young Moreton Bay United players have been named in Queensland Metro squads for the national titles in Cofffs Harbour at the end of September. Find out who they are - click here

 

MISSED OPPORTUNITY: Joseph Champness, hit the bar as Jets suffered only their second PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland defeat of the season on Saturday going down 1-0 to Brisbane Roar's Youth side. Match report

 

TOUGH DAY: 

Jets' Senior Women's team found the numerical odds against them in Saturday's clash with SWQ Thunder at Wolter Park.

Match report: http://bit.ly/1CPXYsT

Listen to both coaches: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Pictures: See Albert Perez' gallery below


 

HIGHLIGHTS: 

Relive all the drama and excitement of Jets' top-of-the-table clash with Brisbane Strikers on Saturday.

Full match report: Click here

Listen to post-match reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Albert Perez' great picture gallery: Click here

  

BACK TO FUTURE: Coach Adam Piddick, pictured, said Jets have prepared for Saturday visit of fifth-placed Far North Queensland by going back to the basics which served them so well. Match preview


FLOWN SOUTH: 

Midfielder Daniel Clark,  has paid tribute to Jets after signing for PlayStation 4 NPL Victoria side Hume City. Full story

 


FANTASTIC EFFORT: 

Tyler McGrath, from Jets' Under 13 Boys team, has 3586 reasons to smile. Why? Watch this video for a clue and then click here for the Full story

 

  

SHOWDOWN: 

Jets' top-of-the-table clash with Strikers at Wolter Park on Saturday (6pm) is a huge game but it will not decide our season, says coach Adam Piddick, pictured above. Full story

 

BIG MATCH: 

Winger Jackson Hall, pictured, says Jets’ must hit form in two key areas in Saturday’s first-versus-second showdown with Brisbane Strikers at Wolter Park. Full story

 

DOUBLE DELIGHT: A brace from captain Royce Brownlie (pictured above) secured a valuable victory at Brisbane City on Friday night. Full story


FULL STORY: Catch up on all the weekend action from Jets' Senior Men and Women with reports, pictures and hear interviews with the coaches.

Jets v SWQ Thunder: Senior men's match report and audio link - Click here Albert Perez' picture special - scroll down to Galleries

Jets v Pen Power: Senior Women's match report and audio link - Click here Albert Perez picture special - scroll down to Galleries


 

SIMPLE SOLUTIONS: Teams are making tactical changes to try and frustrate Jets, but there are ways we can counter that according to captain Royce Brownlie, pictured above. Full story

 

MAKING A POINT: Jordan Farina, pictured above, scored his seventh goal of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland season to secure a point for Jets at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday, but our table-topping team was still "disappointed". Match report

 

JETS 2 REDLANDS 0: Full match report and a fantastic extended gallery of pictures from Albert Perez, including sequences showing Royce Brownlie's goal, Luke Borean dealing with a cross and action from our half-time youngsters. Click here


MATCH REPORT: Jets' long, unbeaten run came to an end on Friday night, despite a double from Thomas Mendy (pictured) but the good news is we're still top of the table! Click here for full report

 
LATE SHOW: Another Jets' late show snatched victory in Townsville on Saturday night with captain Royce Brownlie, grabbing his fifth goal in the last three games. Match report 

 

 

Jets' stunning late show click here 

 

Stars Return for Table Topping Jets Click Here 

 

See Jets History Being Made click here 

 

Royce Hat-trick Leads Jets to Victory Click Here 

 

Jets Break Scoring Drought Click Here 

 

Jets Fly Back to Top Click Here 

 

TESTING TIME: Adam Piddick knows exactly what his table-topping team must do entering the "Premiership part of the season"; preview of Saturday's visit by Redlands and latest on Alex Henderson's injury, pictured above. Full story 

 

 

PICTURE SPECIAL: Check out Albert Perez' great pictures from Thursday's match at Wolter Park when Jets came from 2-0 down to beat PNG Under 23s 4-2, thanks in part to a double from Chom Arop, pictured above. See the gallery below.

  

SNAP SHOTS: 

Check out Albert Perez' picture special from Jets' Senior Women's clash with Olympic at Wolter Park on Saturday night. See Jets' picture galleries below.

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS: 

Warm up for Friday's "first versus third" clash at Olympic with the highlights from Saturday's dramatic 3-2 victory over Northern Fury in Townsville where Thomas Mendy, pictured, was man of the match. Click on the top video below right.

 

GOING GREEN: 

Find out why Jets' new signing Stephen Green, pictured above, was the first player coach Adam Piddick rang when looking to replace attacking midfielder Daniel Clark, who joined Hume City last week. Find out why 

 

NEW COACH:  

Gary Ward is the new coach of Jets' Senior Women's team and will be in the dugout for the first time on Sunday when UQ visit Wolter Park. Find out what his plans are and meet Jets' two new signings. 

Full story

 

 

WOLTER PARK HOST TO MALAYSIA U23 SQUAD
Wolter Park was thrown into the International world of football on the 8th of March as THE JETS took on the Malaysian U23 squad in their first match in Australia in the National Premier League. The Wolter Park local crowd gave both teams a great welcome as they lined up on the pitch but later found that the Malaysians fans have a voice of their own as the echos of drums and various songs created a tremendous atmosphere for the game.  The Malaysians play a very fast style of football. Technically they are very good and very fit.  The combinations of styles with MBU created an excellent game of football where goals were matched one for one with the final score 3 to 3.  The Jets certainly had a few more opportunities that went missing, however the result was a fair representation of the game.  Club Chairman Claude Sorbello presented Malaysia National Coach Ong Kim Swee with a Jetts Pennant has a traditional gift of the host club. Ong an ex Malaysian National player praised Moreton Bay for their hospitality and facilities. Jetts Chairman, congratulated the Malaysian on their first game in Australia in providing a high level of football which will lift the overall standard of the National Premier League Competition. "Malaysia will be difficult team to beat in 2014 once they adjust to our style of football in Australian. Technically they are very strong, they move the ball up the park quickly and they have an abundance of speed all over the park" said Sorbello.

FFA CUP A REALITY IN AUSTRALIA 
Many predicted it would not happen, however the official launch of the FFA cup by Football Federation Australia clearly shows that the game is moving in the right direction in our Country. This new initiative will see clubs from all over Australia compete for the privilege of making the top 22 in Australia and then join the 10 A-League teams in a 32 team round that will give clubs at all levels the opportunity to qualify.  FFA today announced that Fox Sports has been appointed as the Official Broadcaster of the FFA Cup. The Fox Sports coverage will include a minimum of 10 matches from the Round of 32 onwards, including all Quarter-Finals, both Semi-Finals and the FFA Cup Final. FFA CEO David Gallop unveiled the cup and said:

"The FFA Cup has taken on an almost mythical status among football fans who have longed for a national knock-out cup competition to fill a void in the football calendar,” “Today, the FFA Cup comes to life as a very tangible link between community football and the professional tier. It’s a unique sporting link from the locals to the legends. “We all grew up with the romance of the English FA Cup and well remember the history of upsets. I’m sure the FFA Cup will bring the same fascination to fans across Australia.” JETTS spokesman Claude Sorbello welcomed the FFA news and congratulated the FFA and FQ in their resolve in moving forward with this initiative. "This is a small step that will take Australia a little further in our quest to be recognised as a Football Nation. Most importantly, It will provide young players a tremendous opportunity to experience professional football early in their career and be seen by key decision makers and Australia through National Television. THE JETTS welcome the opportunity and hope that we can be part of the 32 in its inaugural year. 

For more information on the FFA to to the FFA Facebook Cup Page facebook.com/ffacup 

MBU F.C. COMMITTED TO WOMEN/GIRLS DEVELOPMENT
Football Queensland's mandate of 3 girls teams and one Women's team is optimistic, but fundamental to the development of Women's Football in the Sport. The NPL has the opportunity to bring the level of professionalism Women's Sport requires to propel it to the next level.  To grow this sport, there is a need to increase participation, improve the development program for girls in the U8 to U14 age groups and increase the competition level from U12 upwards.  MBU Vice Chairman Claude Sorbello is confident, the NPL will deliver the desired outcome of professionalising Women/Girls Football. "As always there are many opinions out there on this subject and many approaches that can be taken, however the NPL is here to stay and it has the commitment of the FFA, and the State Federations. Certainly it has THE JETS commitment and I know that every NPL club in Brisbane I have spoken to has also increased the coaching expertise allocated to Girls and Women. My view is that there are many excellent girls and women football players in Brisbane and our duty is to develop even more so that we can raise the standard of the competition overall.  This is a long process and requires the collaboration of clubs, girls, coaches, parents and the associations. It also requires a considerable financial commitment to Coaching staff from as early as U8 upwards.  In 2014, we will introduce an Academy for girls starting at U10 which will focus on skills acquisition. We will also select 2 girls that will join the club's Skills Acquisition Program that will operate under the Direction  of Football Queensland. We have appointed Kelvin Wheeler as Director of Coaching to Assist the Technical Director specifically in the Development of Girls at the club. Kelvin's passion for Girls football is well known in Brisbane. I'm personally committed to bringing the same level of professionalism to the sport for girls as we presently have for boys particularly in the quality of coaches, facilities, equipment and off-field support.  I look forward to other parents and girls joining THE JETS journey as we begin a new chapter of girls and women's football in 2014" said Sorbello.

NPL IS FUNDAMENTAL TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE A-LEAGUE

The National Premier Leagues (NPL) acts as the ‘second-tier’ competition in Australian football. In 2013, several states and member federations implemented their own NPL competitions, including Capital Football (ACT), Football NSW, Football Queensland, Football Federation South Australia and Football Federation Tasmania. In 2014, they will be joined by Football West (Western Australia), Northern NSW Football and Football Federation Victoria, while the Northern Territory will embrace a less expansive model due to size and logistical limitations. As is often the case in football, the most important developments receive the least attention. Naturally, the A-League and the Socceroos dominate the column inches and the airwaves. Indeed, when the NPL was announced, the excitement was based primarily around the possibility of promotion and relegation between the NPL and the A-League.

One of the ironies of the NPL process is that former NSL clubs, along with many others, will be refocused to help develop talented players for A-League clubs. For all the rudimentary talk of promotion and relegation, the details of the NPL suggest it will actually entrench the position of state league clubs in the talent identification production line.

“The semi-pro state leagues, who have always been the engine room of the game, will now have a new focus for football across the nation” said David Gallop at the NPL launch. “The National Premier Leagues model is a vital conduit from the grassroots to the A-League.”

In 2014, Perth Glory, Central Coast Mariners, Newcastle Jets and Adelaide United (who have partnered with Enfield City) will all field teams in their respective NPL competitions. Better outcomes at club level in the NPL will have a direct and positive effect on the quality of the A-League. 

Clubs will be more professional and face greater scrutiny of their finances and business planning, as well adhering to a Player Points System (PPS). The PPS was chosen instead of a salary cap, and as David Gallop said, will “encourage youth development … to give clubs the incentive to develop their own players and invest in quality coaching and facilities instead of trying to buy success through inflated match payments to established players.”

NPL NATIONAL ROLL OUT LOOKS CERTAIN FOR 2014
After what can be best described as a rocky start, Football Victoria has come on-board with the FFA and will join the National Premier League from 2014.
FFA chief executive David Gallop commended Football Federation Victoria and its clubs for the far-reaching agreement that sets new standards for elite club football in Victoria. “The NPL is an integral part of our national elite player pathway and a hugely important reform of the semi-professional tier of Australian football,” Gallop said. “FFV and its clubs have worked through many issues and agreed on an NPL model that’s now a benchmark nationally in many areas. “Australia wants to be among the elite nations in Asia and beyond, and that means developing the next generation of stars. I’m delighted to say that Victoria will be at the forefront of that challenge.”

JETS FLY OVERY FURY AND BRING 3 POINTS HOME
Sunday, 17th March @ Sunshine Coast Stadium, 2:00PM
JETS 2 (Karl DODD 48’, Matthew CAPELLO 79’), FIRE 1 ( Leon DWYER 14’)
Crowd: approx 500

Newly formed Moreton Bay Jets claimed bragging rights and forged some early club history by winning their first derby against state powerhouse Sunshine Coast FC. The match is yet to receive a moniker, but Jets demonstrated the kind of resilience rivalries are renowned for in a resolute second-half performance after Dwyer had nodded Fire ahead early on. View Weekend Wrap

JETS VS PALM BEACH SHARKS MATCH PREVIEW
5/03/2012
We're aiming for a high possession, intensity based game.  We're looking to score goals but also to be strong off the ball:, Kirkham explained. View Story
EX ROAR ASST GOAL KEEPER COACH APPOINTED TO MBU F.C.

31/01/2013
MBU F.C. are excited to announce the appointment of John Garside as Goal Keeper Coach for the club commencing immediately. John was the Assistant Goal Keeper Coach for the Brisbane Roar for 7 years and has a long history of playing professionally in England in the English Premier League. John brings a tremendous amount of professional experience to the club which will ensure all goal keepers at the club will be developed professional. John will work closely with topside goal keeper Marco Radovanovic who will be part of John's team of Goal Keeper coaches. The clubs is confident that John will fit in well with MBU F.C. culture and is consistent with the level of professionals the club is attracting to work with our players. Everyone at MBU F.C. would like to welcome John and his family to the club and wish him all the very best

 KARL DODD RETURNS TO AUSTRALIA TO MBU F.C.

28/01/2013

Experience, professionalism and commitment to player development describe the new appointment of Karl Dodd to Moreton Bay United Football Club. Karl's long and successful career stretches from Australia’s A-League with the Brisbane Roar, Wellington Phoenix and North Queensland Fury. Karl played a season in the Romanian Premier League before moving for two seasons to the Scottish Premier League where he played for Falkirk. In 2011 he commenced his return home stopping off in Hong Kong to play 2 seasons in the BMA Premier League before returning to his home city and joining MBU F.C.

In addition to playing Karl holds an AFC B License and in August he will finish his AFC A License. Karl will also complete his Masters in Exercise Science in August before commencing his PHD. This knowledge and expertise is what the club was seeking in the role of Sport Scientist where Karl will establish programs specific for junior and senior MBU F.C. players to cover all aspects of their nutrition, health and overall development.

MBU F.C. is delighted to have Karl on the team both as a player and a coaching professional. His commitment to player development combined with his professional expertise is the right blend of skills that the club is seeking to ensure our players have access to the very best the club can provide to assist their professional development as football players.

              
 MARCO RADOVANOVIC SIGNS FOR MBU F.C.

18/10/2012

Senior Coach Terry Kirkham today announced the signing of Marco Radovanovic as Goal Keeper of the Senior Moreton Bay United APL squad. Radovanovic, originally from Gladstone played for the Capricorn Cougars before moving to Brisbane. In 2012, Radovanovic was goal keeper with Wolves and prior to that with Peninsula Power. Kirkham said that Marco will also work with the Clubs Technical Director and be involved in the development of junior goal keepers. Technical Director Salvo Sottile believes that Marco will be inspirational to all of our up and coming goal keepers in being guided by a player that is presently playing in their senior APL squad. MBU F.C. welcomes Marco to the club.

BROWNLIE AND KIRKHAM BACK TOGETHER IN NPL

18/10/2012

Senior Coach Terry Kirkham today announced the signing of Royce Brownlie as Captain of the Moreton Bay United Jets. Brownlie is a well-known name in Brisbane

Football having played A-League for Brisbane and Wellington. Brownlie was part of the inaugural Brisbane Roar squad before going to England and getting signed for Swindon Town. He returned to Australia two years later and was signed for Wellington Phoenix in the A-League where he completed his A-League career. Kirkham has worked with Brownlie previously and believes Browlie is a quality player that provides the leadership on the field that he needs as he builds a young squad around him.

Royce will also work with all the junior strikers in MBU F.C. and Associated entities sharing with them his extensive experience both here and overseas. “Scoring goals is a specialist role that needs to be taught to young players and what better teacher than Royce for our boys”, said Kirkham.

Brownlie is excited to be part of the inaugural MBU F.C. squad as he was with the Brisbane Roaronly a few years ago. MBU F.C. welcomes Royce, his wife and three children to the club.

TERRY KIRKHAM APPOINTED TO FLY THE JETS INTO NPL 
16/10/2012
Less than one week after selection into the NPL, Moreton Bay United spokesman Claude Sorbello announce
d the appointment of Terry Kirkham as senior coach to work alongside Club Technical Director Salvatore Sottile.  Sorbello stated that "Terry is a respected Football coach in Australia with the experience and qualifications we are seeking for the Club. Most importantly, his personality and ethos fits perfectly with the culture of the Board and what we aim to establish in the NPL. I have asked Terry to produce a squad that will give young players the opportunity to grow in this league and build around them a few select experienced players that can mentor the boys and lead them on the field"
Terry will complete his ASIA A Licenses in August which combined with his experience in Queensland and Victoria is certain to prove a winning formula. View Media Article
SOTTILE ON BOARD WITH JETS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
10/10/2012
After 3 Years as Technical Director for ACE Football Club leading the junior development program and the JPL program, Sottile was asked to transfer to the JETS and continue his development work started in the Junior Premier League in 2010.  MBU F.C. Board Spokesman Claude Sorbello was satisfied this change was important to ensure continuity of development.  "Salvo will definitely be missed by ACE, however they are confident that there is sufficient talent within that club to continue the progress they have enjoyed for the past 5 yeas. Salvo has the passion and commitment we require in MBU F.C. to ensure we can be effective right from the first season", said Sorbello. Salvo will also be responsible for working with cluster clubs, community groups, the IGA Program and running the club's Skills Acquisition Program which will launch in the second quarter of the year.
 

 

 

 


 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

 

BONUS POINT: Jets may have been held to a draw by Far North Queensland on Saturday, but there was an unexpected bonus for Adam Piddick's men a little later that night. Catch up on all the action with our post-match special.

Match report: Click here

Coaches reaction: https://audioboom.com/channel/nplqld

Picture special: Click here

 

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS! Our biggest picture gallery of the season, from the lens of Albert Perez, reliving Jets' victory over Brisbane Roar. All the goals, great celebrations, action shots and spot yourself in the crowd. Click here

 

WHAT A NIGHT: Jets are back on top of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland after a thumping 4-1 victory over Brisbane Roar Youth before a fantastic crowd at Wolter Park. Match report and reaction

 

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS! Our biggest picture gallery of the season, from the lens of Albert Perez, reliving Jets' victory over Brisbane Roar. All the goals, great celebrations, action shots and spot yourself in the crowd. Click here

 

WHAT A NIGHT: Jets are back on top of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland after a thumping 4-1 victory over Brisbane Roar Youth before a fantastic crowd at Wolter Park. Match report and reaction

 

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS! Our biggest picture gallery of the season, from the lens of Albert Perez, reliving Jets' victory over Brisbane Roar. All the goals, great celebrations, action shots and spot yourself in the crowd. Click here

 

WHAT A NIGHT: Jets are back on top of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland after a thumping 4-1 victory over Brisbane Roar Youth before a fantastic crowd at Wolter Park. Match report and reaction

 

STRIKER SIGNS: Jacob Fulluck, one of the rising stars of the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland has signed for Jets. Technical director Adam Piddick and Jacob explain why. Click here

BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here
BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here
BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here
BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here
BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here
BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here

BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here

 

BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here

 

BACK AT THE PARK: Jets are back at Wolter Park on Saturday for their first home match since that epic grand final. Mitchelton are our visitors, kick-off 6pm. Check out the rest of Jets' pre-season matches. Click here