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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners 14/10/2017 5:35PM


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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners
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    Date and Local Kick-Off Time at Stadium: 14/10/17
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:35PM
    Round: 2
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Showground

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    34 minutes ago, beatsurrender said:

    BOM looking decidedly dicy

    Don't care. Will be there to hopefully see the former (unofficial) Mayor of Fairfield with his tail between his legs after the game.

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    Mariners will be on the bounce back wanting to prove something after last weeks 5-1 massacre.

    Gonna be a very tough game. 

     

     

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    3 hours ago, xxBrandonxx said:

    Mariners will be on the bounce back wanting to prove something after last weeks 5-1 massacre.

    Gonna be a very tough game. 

     

     

    Not if they defend like crap

    I'm hoping for a massive win 

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    20 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

    Not if they defend like crap

    I'm hoping for a massive win 

    CCM backline

    Glover (with NFI)

    Roux (if he recovers from his back injury)

    Baro (the Roy O'Dovovan penalty bunny)

    antony Golec 

    Josh Rose (defended like warm butter)

     

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    35 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

    Not if they defend like crap

    I'm hoping for a massive win 

     

    We haven't had a massive win since the 6-1 against Adelaide in season 1 lmao. 

    Always gotta do it the hard way.

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    10 minutes ago, sonar said:

    We did beat them 4-1 last season ......at Gosford .......with 10 men.....

    They had 12 reduced to 11 with Kris Griffths-Jones

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    4 hours ago, mack said:

    We should double what Newcastle got.

    Especially when Jumpei should have got the penalty shout and O'Donovan milked his penalty 

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    in x 3

    Logic says we should win this by 2 or 3 so Draw it is then!

    The question is will anyone be rested ahead of next Tuesdays game given its CCM. It would be good to get a few goals up by half time and give Santa and Bridgey more time or are they going to be part of the FFA cup team, if you know what I mean.

    Crowd 12 thousand again. It would be good to get more but its us, at SOP, so you know how that pans out mostly.

     

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    42 minutes ago, leslie said:

    The question is will anyone be rested ahead of next Tuesdays game given its CCM. It would be good to get a few goals up by half time and give Santa and Bridgey more time or are they going to be part of the FFA cup team, if you know what I mean.

    FFA Cup is not until after the derby (24 Oct).

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    15 hours ago, xxBrandonxx said:

     

    We haven't had a massive win since the 6-1 against Adelaide in season 1 lmao. 

    Always gotta do it the hard way.

    1-0 v Smurfs last season was massive !!!

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    45 minutes ago, wswtragic said:

    No Sotirio or Aspro again. Are they on national duty, or just not in the cunning Mr Foxe's plans?

    Looks like Foxe only names players likely to actually make the start or bench, and his bench looks like gk, fullback, winger, midfield striker not gk, central defender, fullback, midfield, striker like many clubs do with five. Hamill might be ahead of Aspro because he's played fullback.

    Hopefully Sotiro is just out completely. Maybe Clisby will be used as a wide utility player like Cole was. 

     

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    59 minutes ago, wswtragic said:

    No Sotirio or Aspro again. Are they on national duty, or just not in the cunning Mr Foxe's plans?

    Are they getting the " Foxe " treatment..?

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    3.Jack CLISBY, 4.Josh RISDON, 5.Brendan HAMILL, 6.Jacob MELLING, 7.Steven LUSTICA, 8.Roly BONEVACIA, 9.Federico PIOVACCARI, 10.Àlvaro CEJUDO, 11.Brendon SANTALAB, 14.Jumpei KUSUKAMI, 15.Kearyn BACCUS, 18.Robert CORNTHWAITE, 19.Mark BRIDGE, 20.Vedran JANJETOVIC (gk), 24.Raúl LLORENTE, 25.Chris HERD, 30.John HALL, 33.Michael THWAITE

    IN: 4.Josh RISDON (returns from international duty), 6.Jacob MELLING (promoted)
    OUT: Nil; N/A: 1.Jerrad TYSON (shoulder – indefinite)

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    If WSW want to be a title contender then these are the games that need to be won.

    We seem to have imports who are pros, capable and willing to deliver the goods. Back five looks very solid. No excuses. 2:0 win.

    14k crowd, taking 20k to Allianz the week after. 

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    1 minute ago, FCB said:

    If WSW want to be a title contender then these are the games that need to be won. We seem to have imports who are pros, capable and willing to deliver the goods. Back five looks very solid. No excuses. 2:0 win.

    14k crowd, taking 20k to Allianz the week after. 

    Front 3rd last week were all visa players.

    Riera, Cejudo and Roly were all class with the shackles off. Jumpei played better. Llorente was excellent.

    Risdon to start and cross to Riera.

    All we need is 3 or more goals and a cleansheet and the smurfs will be s...ing themselves.

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    Netball game at qudos arena on Saturday too. 3-5pm.

    Australia playing an international against. .. NZ... just for a change ;)

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