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McKay, who Supra Skytop II Shoes epitomised Roar's grit in its extra-time comeback from 0-2 down in the 2010-2011 grand final against the Mariners, will skipper Brisbane for the first time on Saturday in Gosford since that memorable match.
And, further putting the Mariners on notice, the midfielder will be making a record-breaking 163rd appearance for the defending champion, eclipsing fellow foundation player Massimo Murdocca's mark of 162.
McKay has a brilliant record in Gosford, having never lost to Central Coast in 13 matches, and is motivated http://www.supraskytopoutlet.com/ to lift his spluttering team into the top six before heading into Socceroos camp for the Asian Cup on Sunday.
"It's a record but for me it doesn't really mean too much," McKay told AAP. "I think titles mean more to everyone involved. And if I was here for all those games and didn't win a title I'd be disappointed.
"That's Supra Skytop NS Footwear what I'll remember in my career."
Roar general manager Sean Dobson admitted the club's reputation has been tarnished by the recent sacking of coach Mike Mulvey and loss of skipper Matt Smith overseas but he has little doubt the McKay-led playing group will rectify its woes.
Dobson said it was fitting McKay should break the club record against the Mariners.
"If you go back to the Central Coast grand final, he's the guy that ripped the ball out of the goal (at 0-2 in extra-time) and took it back to halfway, kicked off and carried on," Dobson said.
Boosting Brisbane is the recovery of in-form striker Henrique (knee) who was injured in its last-start 1-0 upset of Adelaide two weeks ago.
"He's been in sparkling form so to have him still in the side is great," McKay said. "That week off came as a blessing for him."
While Roar struggled prior to Christmas, Central Coast is even more desperate after failing to win since the season's opening round.
Coach Phil Moss also needs to tweak his defence after losing fullback Michael Neill to a worrying foot injury in the 4-1 loss to Perth while midfielder Nick Montgomery is being 'nursed back to fitness'.
"We always know we are in for a battle no matter what Mariners side we are playing," McKay said.
"They're an extremely resilient side and we have to play our best football to get a result down there."
Moss admitted Supra skytop I men he and his players are concerned by their inability to win games but was not giving up hope of turning the season around.
"No one wants to be in this situation and we're not happy with the results, but we are certainly seeing light at the end of the tunnel with regards to how we're playing," he said.
"We're playing well for longer periods of games and we're creating a lot of great goalscoring opportunities."