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Former Central Coast Mariners captain Nick Montgomery is relishing a new role with Wollongong Wolves and has thrown his support behind the NPL NSW club's A-League ambitions.
The 35-year-old midfielder made his Wollongong debut in a 2-0 win over Rockdale City Suns at WIN Stadium on Sunday and was pleased with his performance after only meeting the rest of the Wolves squad at training the night before.
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"For me, playing in the A-League for five years, the one thing it needs is a few more teams and I wouldn't have joined the Wolves if I didn't feel it was an ambitious place and somewhere that I'd like to help out any way I can." Montgomery announced his retirement from professional football on Friday night at the Mariners Medal presentation, with the former Sheffield United midfielder set to become Central Coast's Head of Football and Elite Performance.
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