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PROMISING SEASON AHEAD FOR CENTRAL COAST UNITED

Central Coast United captain Daniel McFarlane says Saturday’s impressive debut clash against Balmain is a promising sign of things to come for the side.

It comes as the team has today drawn Sydney University in round four of the FFA Cup.

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