Nash departs the Mariners as Stajcic rebuild continues

Central Coast Mariners have parted ways with goalkeeping coach Matt Nash after four seasons. 

Nash, 38, was an integral part of the Mariners coaching staff after retiring as a player in 2015 and replacing John Crawley as the club's goalkeeping coach.

The shot stopper made his Hyundai A-League debut for Sydney FC in 2007 before joining the Mariners in 2008.

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He also played for the likes of Newcastle Jets, Parramatta FC and Bonnyrigg White Eagles, before second stints with the Sky Blues and the Mariners. 

“Both as a player and a coach, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time on the Central Coast," Nash told the club's official website.


"There are really great people at the club and they work so hard day in, day out and give everything to the Mariners.

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"It’s sad to leave those people, but it’s come time to look at the next step in my career.

“I wish the club all the best, I really do. The Mariners are a fantastic community club and I hope they turn things around and get back to their winning ways."

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