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Aug 04, 2022   |  2:56PM AET

Newcastle Jets sign Callum Timmins and Daniel Stynes

Newcastle Jets sign Callum Timmins and Daniel Stynes

Newcastle Jets are excited to announce the signings of Callum Timmins and Daniel Stynes.

The exciting young midfield pair join the Jets from Perth Glory where they started their A-League careers. 

23-year-old Stynes has played a total of 36 games scoring four goals while 22-year-old Timmins has amassed 44 matches in the A-League, scoring four goals.

The pair are excited to be joining the Jets and are ecstatic to work under Manager Arthur Papas.

Timmins is excited to get straight to work and join the squad.

“I’m really excited for the new chapter in my career and after speaking to the boss he really gave me an insight into how I can push on both individually and collectively here at the Jets. I pride myself in giving 110% effort in everything I do and I’m extremely excited to be doing that here in Newcastle.”

Stynes is looking forward to further improving his development under Manager Arthur Papas.

“I’m over the moon to come to the Jets and play under Arthur Papas. Once I knew of the interest, I was very excited. I’m looking forward to linking up with the team and helping the club reach their goals.”

Jets Manager Arthur Papas is thrilled to secure the pair’s services to the club.

“We are excited to announce the signings of Callum and Daniel to the Newcastle Jets. We have followed both players over the last year so when the opportunity arose to bring them across we acted immediately, allowing us to secure two young talents who will be strong additions to our squad. They have already had the chance to meet the squad and we are confident they will settle quickly and integrate positively into the environment.”