Central Coast Mariners
GOSFORD, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15: Huang Bowen of Evergrande celebrates with fans post game during the AFC Asian Champions League match between the Central Coast Mariners and Guangzhou Evergrande at Bluetongue Stadium on May 15, 2013 in Gosford, Australia.
For me, it’s important to give back to football and to give back to, at this particular time, the Central Coast Mariners.
We'll work hard now over the next two or three weeks. In the next round, we're not just representing Central Coast Mariners, we're representing the A-League and Australia. So hopefully we'll get some Sydney FC supporters up and some Wanderers supporters up and make it a real good football atmosphere.More quotes »
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