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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Newcastle Jets 10/11/2012 5:30PM


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  • Opponent: Newcastle Jets
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Newcastle Jets
    Round: 6
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, NSW
    Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Aaron Mooy, Adam D'Apuzzo, Ante Covic, Iacopo La Rocca, Jérome Polenz, Joey Gibbs, Mark Bridge, Mateo Poljak, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Shinji Ono, Youssouf Hersi.
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Shannon Cole (Mateo Poljak 46), Dino Kresinger (Joey Gibbs 63), Tahj Minniecon (Youssouf Hersi 75).
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jarrad Tyson.
    Western Sydney Goals: Joey Gibbs (15).
    Western Sydney Cards: Mateo Poljak (Yellow 27).
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Mark Birighitti, Scott Neville, Tiago Calvano, Josh Mitchell, Dominik Ritter, James Brown, Ruben Zadkovich, Craig Goodwin, Jobe Wheelhouse, Ryan Griffiths, Emile Heskey.
    Opponent Substitutions: James Virgilli (Craig Goodwin 64), Jacob Pepper (James Brown 83).
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Matthew Nash, Michael Bridges.
    Opponent Goals: Ryan Griffiths (28), Emile Heskey (37).
    Opponent Cards: Ryan Griffiths (Yellow 38), Ruben Zadkovich (Yellow 48), Tiago Calvano (Yellow 67), Jacob Pepper (Yellow 84), Jacob Pepper (2nd Yellow + Red 90), Dominik Ritter (Yellow 90).
    Opponent Manager: Gary Van Egmond
    Attendance: 9011
    Referee: Brenton Hayward
    Note 1: Michael Beauchamp pulled out with a virus before the start of the match.
    Note 2: Iacopo La Rocca made his debut for the Wanderers.
    Note 3: Tahj Minniecon made his debut for the Wanderers coming off the bench.
    Note 4: This match was Referee Brenton Hayward's second ever match as a referee, continuing the trend of inexperienced referees controlling Wanderers matches. Rounds 4 and 5 also featured 1st or 2nd time referees and the Round 2 match was also controlled by Brenton Hayward as his officiating debut.
    Note 5: Conditions were cold, windy, overcast but without rain or surface dew.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Newcastle Jets 10/11/2012 5:30PM
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The plan...

 

1. We go and watch our boys thump Newy 5-0 :)

 

2. Then return to Woolpack and watch ESFC get thumped by Melbourne 5-0 :)

 

and then to PJ's to chase cougars

 

THIS. I was happy with Jowel's plan but Pup's is better!! Best plan I've heard for a while :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Sounds like il have to get to tbe woolpack about lunchtime to get started!

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Can someone please text me on saturday morning and remind me NOT to buy a ticket on public transport and NOT to eat before getting to the woolie? Seriously, last friday, bought a ticket from wynyard to parra and smashed a whopper on the way to the pub, only to remember when I got there - free transport and free sausage sizzle

 

If ever I was a ****ing dickhead...

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Can someone please text me on saturday morning and remind me NOT to buy a ticket on public transport and NOT to eat before getting to the woolie? Seriously, last friday, bought a ticket from wynyard to parra and smashed a whopper on the way to the pub, only to remember when I got there - free transport and free sausage sizzle

 

If ever I was a ****ing dickhead...

 

Gold!

 

Shame they dont do a BBQ for us on our away games, theres always a good turnout at the woolpack with eyes glued to the big screen lol (and chanting)!

Edited by ATP

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I walked past hungry jacks too, and then walked back because I didn't feel like eating thai food at the woolie. stupid stupid stupid ahaha

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Il be there 1pm micci, dont i owe you a couple ciggies? Or was that someone else? **** im forgetful...

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ATP, that was me. But you don't owe me $hit lol. I'm hoping to get there around 1:30, so the beers will flowing nice & early

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The plan...

 

1. We go and watch our boys thump Newy 5-0 :)

 

2. Then return to Woolpack and watch ESFC get thumped by Melbourne 5-0 :)

 

SOUNDS LIKE AN EPIC PLAN!! YYEEEOOOOWW!!

 

In all deadset seriousness... I hope ESFC get murdered (and not necessarily on "the dancefloor").

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In starting to hate the Wanderers. All week all I think about is next weekend.

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Saturday can't come soon enough can't wait for that first beer at the Woolie and then watching the wanderers smash the jets!!! Then heading back to the Woolie to celebrate !!!

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What a **** night. Car breaks down on the way to the game so I miss it, come home and watch us lose when we deserved at least a point.

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Played well didn't take some chances which costs us but we didn't give up and played to the end unlike some other Sydney club!

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