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Striker team to give fizzling Jets a lift

The terrible news was that Newcastle couldn’t locate the rear of the net in spite of having the most shots in a round of any A-League group this season.
Fortunately they’re going to release folks who can.
In a woefully required increase in capability for the following week’s derby with Central Coast, Roy O’Donovan and Wes Hoolahan could both suit up for the Jets.
O’Donovan re-joins the club subsequent to being discharged by Brisbane Roar, while Hoolahan is on the cusp of his alliance debut following a lower leg injury.
“Wes accompanies a reasonable piece of certainty about himself being an accomplished player, and Roy’s the equivalent,” guardian mentor Craig Dean said.
“They know themselves, they know the game. They’re certainty players, and they’ll absolutely add that to the group.
“Their quality as players is as of now there for anyone’s viewing pleasure. Wes at home in England, and Roy’s record here in the course of the last three-four years, has been generally excellent.
“So I anticipate having the chance to take a gander at them two in the following week’s down. We simply need to proceed with the exhibitions we’ve placing in.
“We simply need to dominate the match.”
O’Donovan returns to the Hunter subsequent to showing up under mentor Robbie Fowler, scoring six objectives.
The 34-year-old Irishman joined the Roar after two seasons in Newcastle, where he got multiple times in 33 matches under previous mentor Ernie Merrick.
“No doubt look, it’s somewhat of a level completion truly. Short however sweet spell there,” O’Donovan disclosed to Fox Sports of his time at Brisbane.
“From where I’m standing, I did as well as I possibly can. I attempted to score objectives, attempted to lead the soldiers, it’s a disgrace it got cut off. In any case, what will be will be.
“I’m a major devotee to confidence and I recover my opportunity now at Newcastle Jets once more.”

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