2006–07 New Zealand Knights season


2006–07 New Zealand Knights season

The New Zealand Knights participated in the 2006-07 A-League competition, finishing in eighth place.

New Zealand Knights F.C.
2006-07 season
Manager England Paul Nevin
Pre-Season Cup 8th
Top goalscorer New Zealand N. Hickey - 2
New Zealand N. Emblen - 2
Highest home attendance 7,304 v Newcastle Jets on 27 August 2006
Lowest home attendance 1,632v Central Coast Mariners on 28 September 2006

Contents

Players

First team squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Australia GK Danny Milosevic
2 England DF Darren Bazeley
3 Switzerland DF Grégory Duruz
4 New Zealand DF Che Bunce
5 Australia DF Steven O'Dor
6 England MF Neil Emblen
7 Australia MF Richard Johnson
8 Scotland MF Scot Gemmill
9 Portugal FW Dani Rodrigues
10 Republic of Ireland FW Sean Devine
11 South Africa MF Jonti Richter
12 New Zealand GK Mark Paston
13 Côte d'Ivoire MF Jonas Salley
14 Ghana MF Malik Buari
15 Australia MF Adam Casey
16 New Zealand MF Noah Hickey
No. Position Player
17 Netherlands DF Frank van Eijs
18 New Zealand MF Michael White
19 Australia DF Sime Kovacevic
20 Australia GK Michael Turnbull
21 Canada FW Alen Marcina
22 Australia DF John Tambouras
23 Australia FW Franco Parisi
24 Ghana MF Hamza Mohammed
25 New Zealand FW Campbell Banks
26 Brazil MF Fernando
27 Australia MF Dustin Wells
29 China MF Li Yan
31 China MF Leilei Gao
33 England DF Dean Gordon
46 New Zealand MF Jeff Fleming
England DF Matt Carbon

Transfers

In

No. Name Nat. Pos. Signed From League Transfer Fee
3 Grégory Duruz Switzerland DF FC Thun Swiss 1. Liga
4 Che Bunce New Zealand DF Waikato FC NZFC
5 Steven O'Dor Australia DF South Melbourne FC Victorian Premier League
7 Richard Johnson Australia FW Newcastle Jets A-League
8 Scot Gemmill Scotland MF Oxford United Football League Two
11 Jonti Richter Australia MF Queensland Roar A-League
13 Jonas Salley Côte d'Ivoire MF South Melbourne FC Victorian Premier League
14 Malik Buari Ghana DF Woking F.C. Conference South
15 Adam Casey Australia FW Wollongong Wolves NSW Premier League
19 Sime Kovacevic Australia DF Sunshine George Cross FC Victorian Premier League
31 Leilei Gao China MF Beijing Guoan F.C. On Loan
33 Dean Gordon England DF Auckland City FC NZFC

Out

No. Name Nat. Pos.
7 Steve Fitzsimmons Australia DF
8 Ben Collett England MF
11 Zenon Caravella Australia MF
12 Cole Tinkler New Zealand DF
13 Jeremy Brockie New Zealand FW
14 Josh Maguire Australia MF
15 Joshua Rose Australia DF
18 Xiaobin Zhang China FW
19 Naoki Imaya Japan FW
20 Glen Moss New Zealand GK
21 Jeremy Christie New Zealand MF
22 Sam Jasper New Zealand MF
24 Kris Bright New Zealand DF
27 Roy Bell GK

Matches

2006 A-League Pre-season Cup fixtures

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA BP
Sydney FC 12 4 3 1 0 7 2 2
Newcastle Jets 3 4 0 2 2 4 6 1
New Zealand Knights[1] 3 4 0 3 1 2 3 0
Queensland Roar[1] 3 4 0 3 1 2 3 0


2006-07 Hyundai A-League fixtures


Ladder

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Melbourne Victory 21 14 3 4 41 20 +21 45
Adelaide United 21 10 3 8 32 27 +5 33
Newcastle Jets 21 8 6 7 32 30 +2 30
Sydney FC 21 8 8 5 29 19 +10 29
Queensland Roar 21 8 5 8 25 27 -2 29
Central Coast Mariners 21 6 6 9 22 26 -4 24
Perth Glory 21 5 5 11 24 30 -6 20
New Zealand Knights 21 5 4 12 13 39 -26 19

See also

References

  1. ^ a b As the New Zealand Knights and Queensland Roar were tied on points, goal difference, goals for, goals against, and points earned in the "Bonus Round", the sixth degree of disambiguity, number of red cards received, was used. See official A-League press release for more details.

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