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Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Western Sydney Wanderers 7/5/2014 7:00PM


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  • Opponent: Sanfrecce Hiroshima
    Home Team: Sanfrecce Hiroshima
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:00PM EST
    Round: Round Of 16
    Competition: Asian Champions League
    Location: Hiroshima, Japan
    Stadium: Hiroshima Big Arch
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 3
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Shannon Cole, Michael Beauchamp, Labinot Haliti, Tomi Juric, Matthew Spiranovic, Kwabena Appiah, Dean Heffernan, Jason Trifiro, Daniel Mullen, Antony Golec
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Shinji Ono (Shannon Cole 64), Youssouf Hersi (Kwabena Appiah 64), Iacopo La Rocca (Jason Trifiro 75)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jerome Polenz, Brendon Santalab, Yianni Perkatis, Jerrad Tyson
    Western Sydney Goals: Tomi Juric (78)
    Western Sydney Cards: Matthew Spiranovic (Yellow 57)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Hayashi Takuto, Mizumoto Hiroki, Chiba Kazuhiko, Aoyama Toshihiro, Ishihara Naoki, Takahagi Yojiro, Yamagishi Satoru, Kashiwa Yoshifumi, Notsuda Gakuto, Shibasaki Kosei, Shiotani Tsukasa
    Opponent Substitutions: Miheael Mikici (Kashiwa Yoshifumi 80), Hwang Seokho (Yamagishi Satoru 80), Sato Hisato (Takahagi Yojiro 86)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Morisaki Koji, Masuda Takuya, Park Hyungjin, Kawabe Hayao
    Opponent Goals: Ishihara Naoki (51, 65), Shibasaki Kosei (90+1)
    Opponent Manager: Moriyasu Hajime
    Attendance: 8423
    Referee: Abdullah Mohamed Al Hilali
    Note 1: This was the first time the Wanderers played a two-legged tie.
    Note 2: Tomi Juric's goal was a penalty.
Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Western Sydney Wanderers 7/5/2014 7:00PM
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You know what...this just dawned on me. We've obviously seen knock out deciders live, but never in my football filled life have I seen a two leg knockout match that is being played in front of me. Seeing a return leg of my club where we could potentially see a nail biting end will be a fantastic experience. Hopefully we push through!

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If the players are as up for this as the fans are after Sunday then we're going to absolutely demolish this team.

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Lets not get ahead of ourselves these guys are a quality team - we will need to be at our best from memory their star player has been out so hopefully that's still the case

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I am sure the boys will be up for this game and I hope they get a positive result but it certainly wont be easy. They first have to get their heads around having lost the GF, a nightmare trip to Hiroshima on two flights, playing away from home against a good opponent on 3 days after the GF. I am starting to sound like a whingeing Mariners supporter. Come on you Wanderers keep the dream alive.

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I am sure the boys will be up for this game and I hope they get a positive result but it certainly wont be easy. They first have to get their heads around having lost the GF, a nightmare trip to Hiroshima on two flights, playing away from home against a good opponent on 3 days after the GF. I am starting to sound like a whingeing Mariners supporter. Come on you Wanderers keep the dream alive.

A lot of that grand final 11 probably won't be starting anyway. We will have a lot of fresh players on the field like Mullen, Golec, Beauchamp, Kubi, Trifiro etc. Gives us a a shot of getting a result.

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You know what...this just dawned on me. We've obviously seen knock out deciders live, but never in my football filled life have I seen a two leg knockout match that is being played in front of me. Seeing a return leg of my club where we could potentially see a nail biting end will be a fantastic experience. Hopefully we push through!

I was at this game which was the UEFA Cup semi over two legs, about as exciting as it gets!

 

Coming back from 3 - 0 down to win 4-2 (4-3 on agg) with a final goal on the 89th minute (couldn't have gone to extra time because Steaua would have won on away goals rule).

 

Edited by WSWBoro

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You know what...this just dawned on me. We've obviously seen knock out deciders live, but never in my football filled life have I seen a two leg knockout match that is being played in front of me. Seeing a return leg of my club where we could potentially see a nail biting end will be a fantastic experience. Hopefully we push through!

 

I've only ever been to WCQ with Australia (Argentina, Iran, Uruguay x 2)... never to a club one though.

 

Would happily take a draw, or if we do lose an away goal would be nice.

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Woo! can't wait for this!

 

Last 2 game threads of the season.

 

Going to miss it.

 

Wait, so if we get into the quarter finals - does that count as 'next season' or...? :P

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A 1-1 draw would be an acceptable result. Then a 0 - 0 would see us through to the QF's next week.

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How do the away goals work over the 2 legs?

 

If aggregate is equal after 90mins on the 2nd leg, the team with more away goals wins. If it goes to extra time, away goals don't count and it will fall down to penalties if aggregate remains equal.

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Also a 2-1 loss tonight wouldn't be a disaster as a 1-0 win at home would see us through also. Could deff do with an away goal tonight.

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Woo! can't wait for this!

 

Last 2 game threads of the season.

 

Going to miss it.

 

Wait, so if we get into the quarter finals - does that count as 'next season' or...? :P

 

 

In a way yes. Player contracts run until May 31st I believe and we submit a new squad list to the AFC before the Quarter Finals (should we progress). So we would have two different teams compete (in a way) either side of the end of season break.

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we need to get that crucial away goal, mariners played decent against these guys, i see this team as a step up from Kawasaki, so technically well structured and fast paced, but in football especially the crucial stages its important to put away the chances created!

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Great, so win this round and pre season starts a few weeks later :good: Great for people like me who don't cope so well with the football starvation during the off season.

 

Least it is world cup year also :good:

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You know what...this just dawned on me. We've obviously seen knock out deciders live, but never in my football filled life have I seen a two leg knockout match that is being played in front of me. Seeing a return leg of my club where we could potentially see a nail biting end will be a fantastic experience. Hopefully we push through!

 

 

I've only ever been to WCQ with Australia (Argentina, Iran, Uruguay x 2)... never to a club one though.

 

Would happily take a draw, or if we do lose an away goal would be nice.

I actually missed all of those matches. I grew up in Europe and the country I lived in wouldn't know what a knock out qualifier is if it wasn't for TV broadcasts...I would've killed to have the chance to watch the 2005 WCQ v Uruguay though. Just by watching the replay you can tell how big that match was!

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IF we can get through this round, we may actually be at a slight advantage. As the other Asian teams have to fit in travel between their regular season games our guys may have the chance to focus solely on the ACL. 

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Rather this than sit and fester over the GF for months on end. Perfect antidote for players and fans alike. Midweek knock-out games are the absolute hammer. You know you're supporting a team that is going places when you have midweek games to look forward to.

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not sure if serious. if you are, you should read the opening post again :)

 

Kickoffs on 8pm Parra time right?

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