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WHEN Henrique made his much-discussed entrance into Brisbane Roar’s clash with Newcastle, cheers echoed around Suncorp Stadium.

After all, the Roar legend, and the man known as the ‘Slippery Fish’, has a sterling reputation for his work as a super-sub.

But on this occasion, the super-sub wouldn’t be the latest veteran Brisbane Roar signed on in their race for a finals campaign, but a youngster they had let go.

Joey Champness is just 20, more than six years younger than Jack Hingert, the youngest player in the Roar’s starting XI.

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