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Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers 25/3/2015 7:00PM


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  • Opponent: Brisbane Roar
    Home Team: Brisbane Roar
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:00PM EDT
    Round: 11
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Brisbane, Queensland
    Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 4
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Antony Golec, Iacopo La Rocca, Yusuke Tanaka, Yojiro Takahagi, Jonathan Aspropotamitis, Romeo Castelen, Labinot Haliti, Nikita Rukavytsya, Kerem Bulut
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Sam Gallaway (Antony Golec 27), Jason Trifiro (Labinot Haliti 74), Steve Kuzmanovski (Kerem Bulut 90)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Dean Bouzanisk, Nick Kalmar
    Western Sydney Goals: Nikita Rukavytsya (20), Kerem Bulut (44, 89), Romeo Castelen (58)
    Western Sydney Cards: Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Yellow 83)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Jamie Young, Shane Stefanutto, Jack Hingert, Adam Sarota, Steven Lustica, Devante Clut, Luke Brattan, Andrija Kaluderovic, Dimitri Petratos, Brandon Borello, Jerome Polenz
    Opponent Substitutions: Shannon Brady (Dimitri Petratos 46), Jean Carlos Solorzano (Andrija Kaluderovic 70), George Lambadaridis (Devante Clut 75)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Fraser Chalmers, Lachlan Jackson
    Opponent Goals: Jonathan Aspropotamitis (Own Goal, 41)
    Opponent Cards: Steven Lustica (Yellow 84)
    Opponent Manager: Frans Thijssen
    Attendance: 6813
    Referee: Lucien Lavadure
Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers 25/3/2015 7:00PM
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I had no idea we were playing till just now.

 

I'll be in Perth.

 

"Our season starts here"

 

what's going on Micki? losing your touch? not first yet again ;)

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Hoping for a better game than last time the boys visited suncorp, god that was hard to watch. I have a feeling the Bulut train is going to come out firing.

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Devante Clut - from Western Sydney.

 

Brisbane trying to be the new Mariners..

It looks like we offered him a youth team deal which he turned down.

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Ffs so many games I need to schedule time in my calendar to dissect each loss on the forum!

 

You could just create a post game views template to insert int he thread, switch a few player names around and you will be good to go. 

Edited by WSWBoro

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This is the game the kids should have played, we are extremely likely to get anything out of this regardless of who we send (we have one measly away point this season) so instead of one win and one (admittedly convincing) loss, we will probably have two losses with last place entrenched. I realise the schedule means squad management needs to happen, but in front of home fans in what would have been a very winnable game?

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The alternative is play an already exhausted squad and heighten the risk of (more) injuries occurring.

I understand that, which is why Saturday's squad should have been sent to Brisbane, giving the others a break. My point is we picked the wrong game, we squandered a perfectly good chance to beat Newcastle.

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So the squad that played in korea and landed the day before the game against Newcastle should have backed up again? The potential for injury would have been huge. The way our season has been going, I'd say we were just as likely to lose against the Jets with a full strength side anyway

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So the squad that played in korea and landed the day before the game against Newcastle should have backed up again? The potential for injury would have been huge. The way our season has been going, I'd say we were just as likely to lose against the Jets with a full strength side anyway

I disagree with that final point. I am confident that we would have bearen them being at home. We certainly would have had a much better chance than we will on Wednesday.

 

The amount of games over the month period they play (I.e the likelihood of injuries being caused by over exertion) will end up being no different, but we will end up with zero points instead of three from the two matches. I don't expect them to play every match with the current schedule, but I found Saturday's selection baffling. We gave up on one of the few winnable games we had left.

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