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Guangzhou R&F vs Western Sydney Wanderers 8/9/2013 11:30PM


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  • Opponent: Guangzhou R&F
    Home Team: Guangzhou R&F
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 1:30PM EST
    Round: Pre-Season
    Competition: Pre-Season Friendly
    Location: Guangdong, China
    Stadium: Guangzhou R&F Training Facility
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 5
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Jerrad Tyson, Adam D'Apuzzo, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Mateo Poljak, Shannon Cole, Labinot Haliti, Brendon Santalab, Kwabena Appiah, Jake McGing, Tahj Minniecon, Martin Lo
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Ante Covic (Jerrad Tyson 46), Nicholas Olsen (Adam D'Apuzzo 46), Iacopo La Rocca (Nikolai Topor-Stanley 46), Aaron Mooy (Mateo Poljak 46), Jerome Polenz (Brendon Santalab 46), Dean Heffernan (Tahj Minniecon 46), Jason Trifiro (Martin Lo 46), Michael Beauchamp (Shannon Cole 60), Tomi Juric (Labinot Haliti 60), Youssouf Hersi (Kwabena Appiah 60), Mark Bridge (Jake McGing 60)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Shinji Ono
    Western Sydney Goals: Brendon Santalab (32), Labinot Haliti (51, 58), Youssouf Hersi (68, 88)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Manager: Sven Goran Eriksson
    Attendance: 2000
    Note 1: Attendance is estimated.
    Note 2: Opposition team lineup is unknown.
    Note 3: Referee is unknown.
    Note 4: This match was the second in the Wanderers three game pre-season tour of Japan & China.
Guangzhou R&F vs Western Sydney Wanderers 8/9/2013 11:30PM
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I don't know what time the match is on, the club hasn't bothered answering me. Those times are just what time I think they are on. Someone in China told me 8am but that seems unlikely.

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this isn't the team that played ccm this year is it?

I think that's Guangzhou Evergrande. Different team.

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this isn't the team that played ccm this year is it?

I think that's Guangzhou Evergrande. Different team.

 

 

well thats good news then :D

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Via Facebook & Twitter, kick off was at 12:30pm.

 

Not holding out much hope for updates at all, except for maybe when goals are scored.

 

Go Wanderers!!

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Half an hour into the match:

 

GOAL!! 1-0 WANDERERS 32' Santalab. Good build up play by Lo in the midfield. Crisp finish from the new boy #WanderTour2013 #GRFVWSW

Yay!!

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This guy could be interesting. How sweet it would be to see him bury one in the derby. Just needs to learn the fist pump and he could be a ready made cult hero replacement for a certain Cro slaphead we all know and love.

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What a weird starting time. Totally caught me off guard but it would've been great on TV. Lunch and football. Anyway Santalab you beast

Edited by Wanderer74

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Santalab & Juric seem to be adding alot to this attack. This seems like it will be a great year

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Its hard to foresee exactly how we will stack up against teams this year..However from what I have seen, and based on the strengths and weaknesses of our team last year..I would argue that we have a stronger team this year in many respects, so that alone I think gives us much to look forward to...The other bonus is we dont seem to listen to the PRESSURE word very much..instead we adopt the PASSION philosophy...and I think thats why we look at ourselves differently..thats why we loved DINO, not so much for his two goals, but his unrelenting and undying passion that he bought to the game.. 

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Dino is currently playing with ZavrÄ in the Slovenian PrvaLiga.

 

He has scored 2 goals in his first 3 games apparently

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Its hard to foresee exactly how we will stack up against teams this year..However from what I have seen, and based on the strengths and weaknesses of our team last year..I would argue that we have a stronger team this year in many respects, so that alone I think gives us much to look forward to...The other bonus is we dont seem to listen to the PRESSURE word very much..instead we adopt the PASSION philosophy...and I think thats why we look at ourselves differently..thats why we loved DINO, not so much for his two goals, but his unrelenting and undying passion that he bought to the game..

 

I think we have a stronger attack and a similar midfield. If some of the young guys like Perkatis and Appiah step up then it will be an even more potent midfield. Our defence is a strong as last season but perhaps lacks some depth.

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I would love to watch how fluid our football looks right now... sounds very positive and promising but you can only tell from watching the game really..

 

I've been overseas and have just got back... has anyone been to any preseason games and seen how Santalab/Juric fit in to the system?

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13 mins ago via Twitter: GOAL!!! 51' Haliti scores one early in the second half. Ball through from Mooy.

2-0 I believe

 

Edit: Another one: GOAL!!! 58' Haliti gets his second after through ball from Heffernan. Wanderers are up 3-0

Edited by Carns

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FYI

 

Guangzhou are coached by Eriksson, have Eddie Bosnar and Ryan Griffiths on their books (although I'm pretty sure Griffiths plays for their second division side) and are sitting 5th in the CSL.

 

Having said that who knows what kind of side they put out for a friendly

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FYI

 

Guangzhou are coached by Eriksson, have Eddie Bosnar and Ryan Griffiths on their books (although I'm pretty sure Griffiths plays for their second division side) and are sitting 5th in the CSL.

 

Having said that who knows what kind of side they put out for a friendly

 

Still that makes this performance sound reasonably decent at the very least

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Sounds like we're making a lot of chances. Our attack is looking to be deadly this season.

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GOAL!!! 88' Hersi gets his brace with another great ball through from Mooy

 

5-0!

Edited by Carns

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Surely Guangzhou must be playing their B team? But our attack is totally different when you have strikers who can score and create :D (gets ready for Dino lovers to abuse).

Edited by Montalbano

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By the sounds of it we've had as many through-balls lead to goals in this game as we did all of last season, great sign

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Surely Guangzhou must be playing their B team? But our attack is totally different when you have strikers who can score and create :D (gets ready for Dino lovers to abuse).

 

This isn't Guangzhou Evergrande. 

 

Edit: Wrong about division they were in.

Edited by nickg

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