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Western Sydney Wanderers vs FC Seoul 11/04/2017 8:00PM


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  • Opponent: FC Seoul
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: FC Seoul
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:00PM EST
    Round: Group Stage
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Leumeah, New South Wales
    Stadium: Campbelltown Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 3
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Shannon Cole, Jack Clisby, Mitch Nichols, Scott Neville, Jumpei Kusukami, Kearyn Baccus, Aritz Borda, Vedran Janjetovic, Jonathan Aspro, Lachlan Scott, Terry Antonis
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Brendan Hamill (Scott Neville 46), Nico Martinez (Shannon Cole 66), Dimas Delgado (Mitch Nichols 66)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jerrad Tyson, Steven Lustica, Brendon Santalab, Ryan Griffiths
    Western Sydney Goals: Terry Antonis (92), Lachlan Scott (90+2)
    Western Sydney Cards: Shannon Cole (Yellow 39), Brendan Hamill (Yellow 60), Jack Clisby (Yellow 79)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Yoo Hyun, Hwang Hyunsoo, Osmar Ibanez, Lee Sangho, Dejan Damjanovic, Jung Inwhan, Lee Seokhyun, Hwang Ki Wook, Pak Mingyu, Mauro Pontes, Lee Kyuro
    Opponent Substitutions: Cho Chan Ho (Dejan Damjanovic 81), Kim Won Sik (Leo Seokhyun 89), Kim Hangil (Lee Sangho 90+2)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Sim Wooyeon, Yang Hanbeen, Lim Minhyeok
    Opponent Goals: Lee Seokhyun (4), Dejan Damjanovic (42, 71)
    Opponent Cards: Mauro Pontes (Yellow 7), Dejan Damjanovic (Yellow 15), Jung Inwhan (Yellow 70), Osmar Ibanez (Yellow 76), Lee Kyuro (Yellow 90+1)
    Opponent Manager: Hwang Sun Hong
    Attendance: 5356
    Referee: Nivon Robesh Gamini
Western Sydney Wanderers vs FC Seoul 11/04/2017 8:00PM


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Yeah ok I'll come along, but only coz Fairy needs someone to keep him company 

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What's the offer code to get active tickets?

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In x 3. Hopefully a win to keep the next leg alive - my son and his mate are off to Tokyo this weekend and will be there for the Urawa game.

 

If Popa plays the best squad and forgets about the weekend ...

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Highly winnable game, Seoul are nothing special at all...

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In x 3. Hopefully a win to keep the next leg alive - my son and his mate are off to Tokyo this weekend and will be there for the Urawa game.

 

If Popa plays the best squad and forgets about the weekend ...

Same here....I hope the Urawa game is not a dead rubber for us.
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In x 3. Hopefully a win to keep the next leg alive - my son and his mate are off to Tokyo this weekend and will be there for the Urawa game.

 

If Popa plays the best squad and forgets about the weekend ...

 

Haha, you're cracking jokes again. 

 

1st name on the team list will be Dumas

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Kinda need SIPG to beat Urawa again to help keep any hopes alive.

 

But that 0-4 loss in matchday 1 to Urawa is going to be our undoing imo in regards to head to head, aggregate etc

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In x 3. Hopefully a win to keep the next leg alive - my son and his mate are off to Tokyo this weekend and will be there for the Urawa game.

 

If Popa plays the best squad and forgets about the weekend ...

Haha, you're cracking jokes again.

 

1st name on the team list will be Dumas

No point not playing the best 11, it's not like we need an outcome on Saturday....But yes I can see Dimas starting again.
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hopefully Seoul are bringing a reserve squad seeing as they wont be progressing out of the group

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Meh. I think the ACL is gone anyway. Don't care if the kid play.

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Yeah I get that. But the issue is balancing both. A win tomorrow and we still need to get ahead of Urawa from the other games. We're not going to be able to play the first team for all the games so the subs need a run. A bits and pieces team has to be able to beat Seoul at home.

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Yeah I get that. But the issue is balancing both. A win tomorrow and we still need to get ahead of Urawa from the other games. We're not going to be able to play the first team for all the games so the subs need a run. A bits and pieces team has to be able to beat Seoul at home.

Pretty sure results are based on head to head so it's pretty hard as we have to overcome a 0-4 deficit even if we win tomorrow night.

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The Adelaide game is pretty meaningless, especially as we won't know what result we need to get our preferred final (stupid FFA and not kicking off all the last round games simultaneously). Play full strength against Seoul and see what happens in Adelaide. They'll be coming off an ACL game too and our game is even more meaningless to them than it is to us, plus they have a tendency to suck this season.

 

The tougher decision will be the Urawa game as it'll be right near a finals game and that's the game we really need a result in (unless they beat Shanghai, then we're boned either way).

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Oh yeah, I missed the whole bit where the subs play this weekend instead. Duh.

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The Adelaide game is pretty meaningless, especially as we won't know what result we need to get our preferred final (stupid FFA and not kicking off all the last round games simultaneously). Play full strength against Seoul and see what happens in Adelaide. They'll be coming off an ACL game too and our game is even more meaningless to them than it is to us, plus they have a tendency to suck this season.

The tougher decision will be the Urawa game as it'll be right near a finals game and that's the game we really need a result in (unless they beat Shanghai, then we're boned either way).

Adelaide should be in Korea now and have to get back for Saturday. Our guys have the 1 hour flight to Adelaide but have to avoid the Mascot obstacle course (parking in the street)

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What time people rocking up?

As early as I can manage - maybe 6:30?

 

What time people rocking up?

As early as I can manage - maybe 6:30?

Want a lift?

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What time people rocking up?

As early as I can manage - maybe 6:30?

 

What time people rocking up?

As early as I can manage - maybe 6:30?

Want a lift?

I was planning to get there early, as I'm on uni break...want me one of them away ACL shirts

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How is the wests leagues club in terms of dinner? Decent?

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Nice. Will probably get a feed over there.

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We win tonight and Urawa lose to Shanghai and we're both on equal points.

We play Urawa in Japan next and we need to win. Simple as that. That'll put us 3 points ahead.

Then we just need a draw vs an understrength already qualified SIPG at c-town.

 

We can't end the group stage equal on points with Urawa because their aggregate will be better than ours, unless we beat them 5-0 in Japan haha

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