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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Bankstown City Lions 27/09/2012 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: Bankstown City
    Home Team: Bankstown City
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Round: Pre-Season
    Competition: Pre-Season Friendly
    Location: Sefton, NSW
    Stadium: Jensen Park
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 3
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Michael Beauchamp, Jérome Polenz, Labinot Haliti, Mateo Poljak, Aaron Mooy, Tahj Minniecon, Adam D'Apuzzo, Mark Bridge,<br />Jason Trifiro.
    Western Sydney Goals: Labinot Haliti (5), Jason Trifiro (43), Nicholas Olsen (47).
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Attendance: 2000
    Note 1: Crowd was an estimate.
    Note 2: This was the last-pre season match in the Wanderers inaugural A-League season.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Bankstown City Lions 27/09/2012 7:30PM
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Note the earlier start time ladies and gents.

Bugger, that means I'll have to get to the playhouse by 5pm at the latest.

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6:30? Wow that's really crappy and makes it pretty much impossible for me to get there for kick off.

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Sorry, the time was wrong on the original post. I have no idea why. It's 7:30 not 6:30pm.

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damn it

 

no time for a private dance at seftons...or is there :diablo:

 

We're still a change Big Dukes. :good:

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Hey guys, are these pre-season matches advertised anywhere else apart from this forum? What about all the non-forum users? If we want a good crowd and some potential future members, these games should be advertised on the WSW Facebook and twitter.

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Sorry, the time was wrong on the original post. I have no idea why. It's 7:30 not 6:30pm.

 

So it is 7.30?

 

looks like im getting that dance afterall

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are the RBB going to be standing / sitting in a seated area, or are we going to be on a hill ?

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Hey guys, are these pre-season matches advertised anywhere else apart from this forum? What about all the non-forum users? If we want a good crowd and some potential future members, these games should be advertised on the WSW Facebook and twitter.

 

Dunno :unknw::huh::unsure:

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Hey guys, are these pre-season matches advertised anywhere else apart from this forum? What about all the non-forum users? If we want a good crowd and some potential future members, these games should be advertised on the WSW Facebook and twitter.

 

I tell everyone on @WSWFCNews usually twice a day leading towards kick off.

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I've seen this posted on facebook, although I think it was by the Women of Western Sydney Wanderers page

 

And Pup, from memory jensen is pretty flat. On google maps it looks as though theres stands all down the western side, and a couple of tin sheds on the eastern side (with our BACKS to the ESFC homeground!). We stood on the eastern side at blacktown olympic park, and those sheds would possibly make us a lot louder than standing in the open air...

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the gates open at 6:30pm but the GAMES STARTS AT 7:30PM.

We have to get out in force and show the other sydney team how strong our supporter base is, as i have a mate who supports Sydney FC and thinks we will struggle for crowds and sydney fc will sell out 60% of there games.

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http://www.footballa...son-Match/49366

 

Bankstown City to Host Wanderers in Final Pre-season Match

 

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 12:00 AM

The NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers will this Thursday play their final pre-season fixture when they take on the Bankstown City Lions at Jensen Park, Sefton.

This will be the squad’s final hit-out before the season proper commences with the Wanderers taking on the Central Coast Mariners at Parramatta Stadium on Saturday, 6 October with kick-off at 7.45pm.

Coach Tony Popovic said with the pre-season coming to an end it will be a good indicator as to where the side are at heading into their inaugural season.

“We’re getting closer and it’s good to see that all our hard work at training is starting to pay off with the guys looking fit and healthy,†Popovic said. “Bankstown will be a good test and will be a good hit-out for us.

“Obviously we are looking towards October 6 but these are all stepping stones that are forming us as a club.

It’s been enjoyable being able to play these matches in our local community and we look forward to everyone coming to see us play at Parramatta Stadium.â€

The Bankstown City Lions will host the Wanderers with details for the fixture as follows:

Pre-Season Match Ten

Who: Bankstown City Lions v NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers FC

When: Thursday, 27 September

Where: Jensen Park, Sefton

Time: 7.30pm (Gates Open at 6.00pm)

Admission: Adults - $10

Concession - $5

Children Under 12 – Free

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the gates open at 6:30pm but the GAMES STARTS AT 7:30PM.

We have to get out in force and show the other sydney team how strong our supporter base is, as i have a mate who supports Sydney FC and thinks we will struggle for crowds and sydney fc will sell out 60% of there games.

 

This is true, I expect a good showing from the usual suspects, would be great to get another 5000 or so.

 

Having a mate who supports ESFC is like having a mate who banged your grandma, he's a posing dirtbag. You could stop talking to him but if that doesn't work murder could be a good middle ground.

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I've seen this posted on facebook, although I think it was by the Women of Western Sydney Wanderers page

 

And Pup, from memory jensen is pretty flat. On google maps it looks as though theres stands all down the western side, and a couple of tin sheds on the eastern side (with our BACKS to the ESFC homeground!). We stood on the eastern side at blacktown olympic park, and those sheds would possibly make us a lot louder than standing in the open air...

 

Yeah totally flat. Basically a suburban ground with very small, long stands stretched out on each side. The main side with a roof over it. The ends are bare and flat

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the gates open at 6:30pm but the GAMES STARTS AT 7:30PM.

We have to get out in force and show the other sydney team how strong our supporter base is, as i have a mate who supports Sydney FC and thinks we will struggle for crowds and sydney fc will sell out 60% of there games.

 

His prob right.. But u should ask him.. Before adp came in.. Their numbers were pretty dismal.. Funny how 1 player cAn come in and bring 2000 people at a drop of a hat..

I laugh at them.. When they think they are all mad.. Adp wont do ****.. Poor adp has a **** of a team behind him..

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the gates open at 6:30pm but the GAMES STARTS AT 7:30PM.

We have to get out in force and show the other sydney team how strong our supporter base is, as i have a mate who supports Sydney FC and thinks we will struggle for crowds and sydney fc will sell out 60% of there games.

 

What's going to happen when ADP pulls up sore or gets injured and has to sit out 4+ games? Where's the ESFC scum support then?

 

 

His prob right.. But u should ask him.. Before adp came in.. Their numbers were pretty dismal.. Funny how 1 player cAn come in and bring 2000 people at a drop of a hat..

I laugh at them.. When they think they are all mad.. Adp wont do ****.. Poor adp has a **** of a team behind him..

 

That he does.

 

**** ESFC and the Smurf scum.

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ESFC will have the same problems as last year and the year before. I can already see that pattern developing now. Their defence is a major weakness, and their pre-season form is pathetic. Just watch on as the season goes by and enjoy.

 

Mark my words. I predict they will really struggle to make the six. Apart from the youngsters Chianese and Mallia (and obviously Del Piero), I don't rate their team highly at all. The rest is average to me. They have some weapons in attack, but that is about it.

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ESFC will have the same problems as last year and the year before. I can already see that pattern developing now. Their defence is a major weakness, and their pre-season form is pathetic. Just watch on as the season goes by and enjoy.

 

Mark my words. I predict they will really struggle to make the six. Apart from the youngsters Chianese and Mallia (and obviously Del Piero), I don't rate their team highly at all. The rest is average to me. They have some weapons in attack, but that is about it.

Doesn't bode too well for us considering we signed 2 of their back 4!!

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ESFC will have the same problems as last year and the year before. I can already see that pattern developing now. Their defence is a major weakness, and their pre-season form is pathetic. Just watch on as the season goes by and enjoy.

 

Mark my words. I predict they will really struggle to make the six. Apart from the youngsters Chianese and Mallia (and obviously Del Piero), I don't rate their team highly at all. The rest is average to me. They have some weapons in attack, but that is about it.

Doesn't bode too well for us considering we signed 2 of their back 4!!

 

We always knew Beauchamp was going to be a risk. I hope the captaincy galvanises him. Topor Stanley is better than either of the two centre backs they have. The left and right backs of both teams are at about the same level (maybe even an advantage to us). We have a better goal keeper. Therefore I rate our defence better. You have to remember in the last trial Brisbane put 5 past them.

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