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Once again we expect an extremely busy off season for all clubs in the off season as they prepare their 2016/17 squads in order to compete with the likes of Champions Adelaide.  We will endeavour to keep this page updated during the ‘silly season’ but if we have missed something be sure to contact us and we will add the transfer to the list.

 

ADELAIDE UNITED

ARRIVALS – Ryan Kitto (Newcastle), Marc Marino (City), Ben Garrucio (City)

DEPARTURES – Craig Goodwin, Bruce Kamau, Eli Babalj

RUMOUR MILL –

FTS SAYS – Expect a moves overseas, this was a very talented squad that will be tough to keep together.

 

BRISBANE ROAR

ARRIVALS – Joe Caletti, Kye Rowles and Connor O’Toole, Jacob Pepper

DEPARTURES – Shane Stefanutto (Retired), Devante Clut (Newcastle), Jean Carlos Solórzano (Released), Steven Lustica (Western Sydney), James Donachie (Victory), Henrique (Negeri Sembilan – Malaysia)

RUMOUR MILL –

FTS SAYS – If you can’t protect a 3-0 lead maybe you should look at some defensive options John.

 

CENTRAL COAST MARINERS

ARRIVALS – Jacques Faty (Sydney), Mickael Tavares (Sydney), Ivan Necveski (Sydney)

DEPARTURES – Daniel Heffernan, Tomislav Uskok,  Francesco Stella, Alastair Bray

RUMOUR MILL – Blake Powell could be on his way to Gosford

FTS SAYS – The signing of Harry Redknapp is just a few glorified Australian holidays for the well known football manager.

 

MELBOURNE CITY

ARRIVALS – Manny Muscat (Wellington), Bruce Kamau, Daniel Arzani, Luke Brattan (Loan – Manchester City), Ruon Tongyik (Adelaide)

DEPARTURES – Alex Wilkinson (Sydney), Patrick Kisnorbo (Retired), Jason Trifiro, Aaron Hughes, James Brown, Marc Marino (Adelaide), Wade Dekker, Michael Zullo (Sydney), Ben Garrucio, Harry Novillo, Aaron Mooy

RUMOUR MILL – Tim Cahill is coming…

FTS SAYS – Never pay the $40 for ‘Name and Number’ on the back of a City shirt, that player won’t be around long.

 

MELBOURNE VICTORY

ARRIVALS – Mitch Austin (Central Coast), Alan Boro

DEPARTURES – Archie Thompson, Mattieu Delpierre (Retired), Kosta Barbarouses (Wellington), Gui Finkler (Wellington), Jesse Makarounas, Dylan Murnane and Giancarlo Gallifuoco, Connor Pain (Central Coast), Thomas Deng.

RUMOUR MILL –

FTS SAYS – Would be a shame to see Archie play somewhere else but a Merrick reunion seems most likely at this stage.

 

NEWCASTLE JETS

ARRIVALS – Devante Clut (Brisbane), Daniel Alessi (Wanderers), Wayne Brown, Jack Duncan,

DEPARTURES – Enver Alivodic, Leonardo, Cameron Watson, Ryan Kitto (Adelaide), Brandon Lundy, Josh Barresi

RUMOUR MILL – New owners could mean a new direction for the club.

FTS SAYS – Expect Newcastle to challenge for finals this season

 

PERTH GLORY

ARRIVALS – Rhys Williams, Adam Taggert, Chris Herd, Nick Feely, Joseph Mills, Liam Reddy,

DEPARTURES – Diogo Ferreira, Hagi Gligor, Gyorgy Sandor, Krisztian Vadocz, Ruben Zadkovich,  Jarred Tyson (Wanderers)

RUMOUR MILL – Still looking for a number one shot stopper

FTS SAYS – Watch out for Perth next season, they are building a quality squad.

 

SYDNEY FC

ARRIVALS – Alex Wilkinson (City), Michael Zullo (City),

DEPARTURES – Jacques Fat (CCM), Mickael Tavares (CCM), Ali Abbass, Ivan Necevsk, Anthony Bouzanis, Zac Anderson, Riley Woodcock, Jacob Tratt, Robert Stambolziev, Alex Mullen and Christopher Naumoff.

RUMOUR MILL – An Estonian striker could be on his way, Torres will not be.

FTS SAYS – A clean out for Arnold but does that leave him enough cap room?

 

WELLINGTON PHOENIX

ARRIVALS – Kosta Barbarouses (Victory), Gui Finkler (Victory),

DEPARTURES – Manny Muscat (City),  Ben Sigmund (Retired), Albert Riera (Retired), Blake Powell

RUMOUR MILL –

FTS SAYS – Is this just an Ernie Merrick reunion party

 

WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS

ARRIVALS – Steven Lustica (Brisbane), Jarred Tyson (Perth),

DEPARTURES – Romeo Castelen, Andreu, Alberto, Golgol Mebrahtu, Federico Piovaccari and Matt Sim, Mark Bridge, Daniel Alessi, Shane D’Cunha, Alusine Fofanah, Dario Vidosic, Jacob Pepper.

RUMOUR MILL –

FTS SAYS – Three grand final appearances in four seasons, things can’t be too bad at Wanderland.

 

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