The Central Coast Mariners have advised that, Jake McGing, has accepted an opportunity to continue his football journey overseas.
The Mariners have released McGing with immediate effect to join Polish outfit, Wisła Płock.
A product of the Mariners’ Foxtel National Y-League set up, McGing signed his first professional contract with the Mariners in February, 2015.
Now with 82 Hyundai A-League appearances to his name, the 24-year-old will continue his football journey in Europe, having attracted the attention of the top tier Polish side.
McGing leaves the Mariners with best wishes from the club and upon his departure, McGing took the time to thank everyone at the Mariners and wished them luck for the remainder of the season.
“I’m really excited,” McGing said.
“As a young footballer growing up, everyone wants to test themselves in Europe, and when this opportunity arose, I was very happy to take it.
“The Mariners are my first professional team and I’ve been here for four years now, it’s a place I hold close to my heart and I want to thank everyone at the Mariners for how they’ve welcomed me since I arrived.
“The fans, the coaching staff, the backroom staff, they’ve all been so supportive during my time here and I will be forever grateful for that.
“They are good enough to finish the season strong and hopefully a few results can go our way,” McGing said.
Media release, Mar 1
Tyson Scott, Central Coast Mariners Media