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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United 22/9/2013 2:00PM


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  • Opponent: Adelaide United
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Adelaide United
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 2:00PM EST
    Round: Pre-Season
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Penrith, New South Wales
    Stadium: Penrith Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Adam D'Apuzo, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Michael Beauchamp, Jerome Polenz, Labinot Haliti, Mateo Poljak, Tomi Juric, Aaron Mooy, Tahj Minniecon, Jason Trifiro
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Youssouf Hersi (Jason Trifiro 46), Iacopo La Rocca (Labinot Haliti 46), Jerrad Tyson (Ante Covic 60), Martin Lo (Michael Beauchamp 60), Dean Heffernan (Jerome Polenz 60), Shannon Cole (Mateo Poljak 60), Mark Cindric (Tomi Juric 60), Shinji Ono (Aaron Mooy 60), Mark Bridge (Tahj Minniecon 46), Jake McGing (Adam D'Apuzzo 75), Nicholas Olsen (Nikolai Topor-Stanley 75)
    Western Sydney Goals: Nigel Boogaard (Own Goal 7)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Eugene Galekovic, Nigel Boogaard, Jonathan McKain, Isaias, Sergio Cirio, Marcelo Carrusca, Steven Lustica, Daniel Bowles, Michael Zullo, Jake Barker-Daish, Fabio Ferreira
    Opponent Substitutions: Osama Malik, Cameron Watson, Awer Mabil, Paul Izzo (Eugene Galkeovic), Tarek Elrich
    Opponent Goals: Sergio Cirio (47)
    Opponent Manager: Josep Gombau
    Attendance: 7000
    Referee: Strebre Delovski
    Note 1: This is the first match the Wanderers have played at Penrith Stadium.
    Note 2: Players substituted off for Adelaide are unknown, except for Galekovic for Izzo, as both are goalkeepers.
    Note 3: Crowd is an estimate.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United 22/9/2013 2:00PM
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$23 for adult ticket to this.

$28 for adult RBB ticket to derby.

 

Economies of scale are all over the place!

 

It will be interesting to see Adelaide's new Barca style and welcome Tareq home!

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Most expensive pre season match in wanderers history. Thank god the panthers will never get a chance to buy my beloved wanderers it would be a sign of things to come

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Small aside - man we have the best logo in the comp!

 

Adelaide will be an interesting team to watch this year. An apparently accomplished coach. Only problem could be the club instability.

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Local time kick off 02:00 AM. Looks like an early start to the morning.

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Can't wait to welcome back Eugene :xbop:

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My favourite line after the Adelaide home game.

 

Eugene WAS the best keeper in the A League

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Looking forward to Tomi getting serious time and reminding AUFC that they have lost a future major Socceroo...

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Pretty poor I think...where are the other 10000 members...this is a big occasion for us to make a statement.

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hopefully we will quite a few that will buy at the gate so should maybe target around the 6k mark.

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It hasn't been sufficiently marketed in the Penrith district (seen and heard nothing out this way), plus to be honest the location and the opposition is not optimum. Let's face it, we all know that the reason why Penrith isn't a goer as a long term Wanderers ground is because of the distance and access issues for fans coming from places as far afield as Hills District, Gladesville, Campbelltown and Bankstown areas, and for them to come en masse for a friendly is a little optimistic. And alongside Perth and possibly Wellington there is not that much passion about Adelaide. If it was say Heart, Jets or Roar there'd be more interest in the away team. 

 

4000 or 40,000...so long as we bring our typical Wanderers passion and show why we love this club and what it stands for then we are doing our duty.


hopefully we will quite a few that will buy at the gate so should maybe target around the 6k mark.

 

If we get that we're not too far off our crowd numbers against Roar and I think Perth at home last season.

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It hasn't been sufficiently marketed in the Penrith district (seen and heard nothing out this way), plus to be honest the location and the opposition is not optimum. Let's face it, we all know that the reason why Penrith isn't a goer as a long term Wanderers ground is because of the distance and access issues for fans coming from places as far afield as Hills District, Gladesville, Campbelltown and Bankstown areas, and for them to come en masse for a friendly is a little optimistic. And alongside Perth and possibly Wellington there is not that much passion about Adelaide. If it was say Heart, Jets or Roar there'd be more interest in the away team.

 

4000 or 40,000...so long as we bring our typical Wanderers passion and show why we love this club and what it stands for then we are doing our duty.

 

 

hopefully we will quite a few that will buy at the gate so should maybe target around the 6k mark.

If we get that we're not too far off our crowd numbers against Roar and I think Perth at home last season.

Roar and Adelaide i think?

 

Perth we get 12k+ in pissing rain.

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It hasn't been sufficiently marketed in the Penrith district (seen and heard nothing out this way), plus to be honest the location and the opposition is not optimum. Let's face it, we all know that the reason why Penrith isn't a goer as a long term Wanderers ground is because of the distance and access issues for fans coming from places as far afield as Hills District, Gladesville, Campbelltown and Bankstown areas, and for them to come en masse for a friendly is a little optimistic. And alongside Perth and possibly Wellington there is not that much passion about Adelaide. If it was say Heart, Jets or Roar there'd be more interest in the away team.

 

4000 or 40,000...so long as we bring our typical Wanderers passion and show why we love this club and what it stands for then we are doing our duty.

hopefully we will quite a few that will buy at the gate so should maybe target around the 6k mark.

If we get that we're not too far off our crowd numbers against Roar and I think Perth at home last season.

Roar and Adelaide i think?

 

Perth we get 12k+ in pissing rain.

 

 

That sounds better

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i think pax was around the 5k mark so far

i think pax was around the 5k mark so far

I brought my ticket on Thursday - was 4,400 then.

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Just rock up and buy tickets at the game, it's not going to sell out.I refuse to give ticketek my money regardless of the pax sensation

 

Prediction Wanderers 3-1 with Juric a brace and Martin Lo to shine

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Just rock up and buy tickets at the game, it's not going to sell out.I refuse to give ticketek my money regardless of the pax sensation

Prediction Wanderers 3-1 with Juric a brace and Martin Lo to shine

No faith in Santalab? ;)

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Just rock up and buy tickets at the game, it's not going to sell out.I refuse to give ticketek my money regardless of the pax sensation

Prediction Wanderers 3-1 with Juric a brace and Martin Lo to shine

No faith in Santalab? ;)

Juric brace to give it to his old club.Santa will do fine as usual

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Having dinner in church street tonight saw some of the Adelaide boys going for a walk

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