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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Guizhou Renhe 22/4/2014 8:00PM


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  • Opponent: Guizhou Renhe
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Guizhou Renhe
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:00PM EST
    Round: Group Stage
    Competition: Asian Champions League
    Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
    Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 5
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Shannon Cole, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Michael Beauchamp, Labinot Haliti, Tomi Juric, Kwabena Appiah, Iacopo La Rocca, Jason Trifiro, Daniel Mullen, Antony Golec
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Shinji Ono (Tomi Juric), Aaron Mooy (Iacopo La Rocca 79), Dean Heffernan (Daniel Mullen 83)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jerrad Tyson, Jerome Polenz, Brendon Santalab, Youssouf Hersi
    Western Sydney Goals: Shannon Cole (7), Labinot Haliti (75), Aaron Mooy (81), Shinji Ono (85), Nikolai Topor-Stanley (88)
    Western Sydney Cards: Iacopo La Rocca (Yellow 15)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Fan Yunlong, Yang Yihu, Liu Tianqi, Sheng Peng, Qu Bo, Yang Hao, Shen Tianfeng, Guo Sheng, Wan Houliang, Xiang Hantian, Yu Rui
    Opponent Substitutions: Wu Dingmao (Shen Tiafeng 76), Zhao Jun (Guo Sheng 83)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Li Chunyu
    Opponent Cards: Yu Rui (Yellow 42), Guo Sheng (Yellow 80)
    Opponent Manager: Gong Lei
    Attendance: 11099
    Referee: Alireza Faghani
    Note 1: The 5-0 result was the biggest win by any Australian team in the Asian Champions League
    Note 2: The win saw the Wanderers finish top of Group H of the Asian Champions League, on a tiebreaker after finishing on 12 points along with Kawasaki Frontale
    Note 3: The full group table. 1st: Wanderers (4W, 0D, 2L, +6 GD, 12 Points). 2nd: Kawasaki (4W, 0D, 2L, +2 GD, 12 Points). 3rd: Ulsan (2W, 1D, 3L, -2 GD, 7 Points).4th: Guizhou (1W, 1D, 4L, -6 GD, 4 Points)
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Guizhou Renhe 22/4/2014 8:00PM

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^^^ To be fair our sky is blue, theirs is smog.

Yes, the air pollution has caused such an outcry from the people that:

 

"In 2012, for the first time, China increased its wind power production more than its coal power production! Wind power rose by about 26 TWh. This increases China's wind energy to 100TWh, putting it in third place after coal and hydro, and larger than nuclear in fourth place.

 

In 2013 China installed 12GW of solar PV panels. This is more than any other country has ever installed in a year!"

 

(http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_increasing_most_in_China_-_coal_energy_or_wind_energy) Shameless plug!

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They do realise that wind generators don't work like fans and blow the smog away right?

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We would prefer to be the runner-up in the group, 

because if we make the grand final and we win the group, we have to play a final on Sunday and then back up away in Asia on the Wednesday, 

If we finish second we would play at home on the Wednesday after the final (should we beat the sea-bogans and qualify)

 

A draw and a Kawasaki win would be perfect 

 

http://www.the-afc.com/en/acl-2014-schedule-n-results.html#ui-tabs-3

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or we could win our group, mariners come 2nd and we play first leg up the road at Gosford :)

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or we could win our group, mariners come 2nd and we play first leg up the road at Gosford :)

I'm all for this...

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How much did the Japan trip cost in total? I'm keen to go next year if we play there just need to start saving now lol

Flights (direct with JAL, so could have got a bit cheaper) where $1300

The hotel for 6 nights was just under $700

I didn't really spend that much money on incidentals whilst I was there, you could eat and drink quite cheaply which was surprising and for only a week there was plenty of free/cheap things to sightsee in Tokyo.

 

I exchanged $500 AUD here before I left and apart from using VISA in a couple of places to buy higher priced souvenirs/clothes/electronics, I didn't need to hit the ATM again. However if you spend most nights in the hobgoblin, expect to double that

 

 

 

We did the flights as cheap as possible (Jetstar with stops in QLD both ways) & 5 nights decent accommodation for $1600. Changed just over $1000 & drank like a fish every night. $3k and your flying.

 

Bear in mind we did not do a single touristy thing. At all.

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or we could win our group, mariners come 2nd and we play first leg up the road at Gosford :)

I'm all for this...

 

That's if the Mariners even qualify

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Tickets to tonight's game DO INCLUDE public transport! So remember air pollution and leave your cars at home! :-)

 

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"All tickets to the event include travel on public transport to and from the stadium on train services (bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst and Dungog stations), regular bus services across Sydney, Sydney Ferries and the Light rail services.

Remember to keep your ticket safe for your return journey home, as you must have a valid ticket when travelling on public transport."

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Bridge not playing tonight.. Saw him with a suite and tie.

I thought that the playes turn up in a suit anyway?

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Goal from Shannon Cole. This sucks I'm stuck in Queenstown when I should be at game. Damm work.

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Well that was a let down.  Only 5-0.  ;)

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Well that was a let down.  Only 5-0.  ;)

Pussies..........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

;)

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wow, well done to the boys!!!

Tonight, WSW and its community can held their heads up with pride and joy. Well done to all for making it a wonderful night. 

What a performance by WSW. Sensational and dominant performance by all. 

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Did anyone see a stray cat running around the north east corner of the stadium???

Scared the crap out of me

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I am red and black throughout, but to put this game in perspective, the opposition travelled with only one keeper and three on the bench  and basically their second string team. They had no chance to make it out of this group.  It would have been fantastic to showcase some of our proven young boys. In the stands we couldn't understand why Mooy took the penalty, to us he is gone chasing the  $$$. Give it to the others who want to wear the red and black and stay loyal.

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