Moss has poured cold water over rumours of player unrest at the Mariners.
Central Coast Mariners coach Phil Moss has slammed suggestions of player unrest at the club following his side’s 2-2 draw with Melbourne City on Sunday.
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John Hutchinson’s long-range strike in the fourth-minute of injury time earned the Mariners their first points of the season since their opening round win over Newcastle in Gosford.
Moss has been under immense pressure over the past few weeks after the Mariners’ poor start to the season, but said rumours of player unrest were false.
“The only way to answer scurrilous rumours and those who want to use us as an easy punching bag because we’ve had a few poor results, the only way to answer that is out on the pitch,” Moss said.
“They (the critics) don’t come to training every day and see how happy the boys are. It’s laughable, some of the stuff that’s been written about us.”
In breaking news, Fox Sports journalist Richard Bayliss reports Senegalese import Malick Mane is looking for a return to parent club IFK Goteborg, citing family reasons.
Mariners & Malick Mane will part ways this week. Being released on compassionate grounds. Returning to parent club IFK Goteborg in Sweden.
— Richard Bayliss (@RichBaylissFOX) November 17, 2014