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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Heart 2/11/2012 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: Melbourne Heart
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Melbourne Heart
    Round: 5
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, NSW
    Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Aaron Mooy, Adam D'Apuzzo, Ante Covic, Jérome Polenz, Joey Gibbs, Mark Bridge, Mateo Poljak, Michael Beauchamp, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Shinji Ono, Youssouf Hersi.
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Labinot Haliti (Shinji Ono 73), Shannon Cole (Youssouf Hersi 88).
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jason Trifiro, Jerrad Tyson.<br />
    Western Sydney Goals: Mark Bridge (29), Patrick Gerhardt (Own Goal 51).
    Western Sydney Cards: Shinji Ono (Yellow 9), Joey Gibbs (Yellow 66), Adam D'Apuzzo (Yellow 77), Mateo Poljak (Yellow 84).
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Clint Bolton, Michael Marrone, Simon Colosimo, Patrick Gerhardt, Sam Mitchinson, Matt Thompson, Richard Garcia, Aziz Behich, Jason Hoffman, Mate Dugandzic, Josip Tadic.<br />
    Opponent Substitutions: Dylan Macallister (Jason Hoffman 72), Nick Kalmar (Matt Thompson 85).<br />
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Stephen Gray, Andrew Redmayne.
    Opponent Goals: Josip Tadic (57).
    Opponent Cards: Josip Tadic (Yellow 27), Simon Colosimo (Yellow 70), Sam Mitchinson (Yellow 87).
    Opponent Manager: John Aloisi
    Attendance: 8075
    Referee: Regis Queffelec
    Note 1: This was the Wanderers first ever win in a competitive match at Parramatta Stadium. They had won a match against Parramatta FC in pre-season.
    Note 2: Mark Bridge scored the first ever goal at home for the Wanderers.
    Note 3: Patrick Gerhardt scored the first ever own goal to the Wanderers. As a result of his own goal he became outright second highest league goal scorer for the Wanderers at the conclusion of this match.
    Note 4: Regis Queffelec was officiating in his second ever A-League match and made a number of dubious decisions.
    Note 5: This was the Wanderers first ever home match played on a Friday.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Heart 2/11/2012 7:30PM

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Good win guys.

 

Just a note: Hearing there was a scuffle with the Heart supporters post match. Really hope we I come over that your fans have grown up and wont touch our strong travelling bunch. Lets hope it was just a once off and wont become the norm.

 

it was during the match and it was embarassing. i hope those responsible are not allowed anywhere near parra stadium again. spoiled an otherwise wonderful evening.

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Massive result! Great win for the boys who played some fantastic footy at times. Sharp on the counter, solid in defence, great atmosphere in the RBB as always. Thought the ref had a poor one, missed a clear pen and too many 50/50s went the other way...

 

As for the Scuffle, it looked piss poor and dragged on. Happened in the Heart bay, deadset looked like only 3-4 coppers headed into it, and dragged on for 3-4 minutes!

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Good win guys.

 

Just a note: Hearing there was a scuffle with the Heart supporters post match. Really hope we I come over that your fans have grown up and wont touch our strong travelling bunch. Lets hope it was just a once off and wont become the norm.

 

Victory. From what I could see from the western stand opposite it seemed a minor incident. Amongst 8700+ supporters the atmosphere was great.

 

Good work RBB. U guys drowned out the tiny heart group. The red area are starting to get into the chants.

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Awesome fantastic brilliant night! Rbb was **** noisy as didn't stop all night my first venture in there and will be back can't believe how much people sing and participate. The cove have 1 in 4 if they are lucky. Lol smurf twats

 

Once again covic didn't have much to do, we are now clearly one can say the best defensive unit in this comp perhaps with the mariners, we really don't give many chances away

 

The one blight on the night is the lack of replica shirts AGAIN ffs how much money is the club throwing away each week.

 

Sell 500 shirts at 100 a pop is 50k... Stupid knobs whoever us responsible for this debacle

 

Go you wanderers what a **** nice way to set up the visit for heskey next week, jets may be top as well

 

 

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Yeah I was wondering what happened with the Heart supporters. I had a look on their forum to see if they knew anything but so far all I've seen is this:

 

I'm getting msgs from a few mates at the game that things kicked off big time. Apparently someone got a broken knee or leg??? or something along those lines. Sounds like it was a big blew.

 

And someone else saying there were a group of Wanderers fans 'antagonising' them but nothing about who started it.

 

From where I was sitting all I saw was mostly Heart supporters getting chucked out but there were only about 15 of them to start with so it was hard to tell. When the Heart players went over to their fans it looked like there were more players than supporters.

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