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Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers 16/10/2015 7:10PM


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  • Opponent: Adelaide United
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Adelaide United
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:40PM EDT
    Round: 2
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Adelaide, South Australia
    Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, Scott Neville, Brendan Hamill, Nikolai-Topor Stanley, Scott Jamieson, Dimas Delgado, Andreu Guerao, Mitch Nichols, Romeo Castelen, Federico Piovaccari, Jaushua Sotirio
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Dario Vidosic (Jaushua Sotirio 59), Jacob Pepper (Dimas Delgado 64), Josh Macdonald (Federico Piovaccari 77)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Dean Bouzanis, Kearyn Baccus
    Western Sydney Goals: Andreu Guerao (83)
    Western Sydney Cards: Federico Piovaccari (Yellow 38), Andreu Guerao (Yellow 44), Brendan Hamill (Yellow 60), Scott Neville (Yellow 89)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: John Hall, Michael Marrone, Osama Malik, Dylan McGowan, Tarek Elrich, Isais Sanchez, Marcelo Carrusca, Jimmy Jeggo, Sergio Cirio, Eli Babalj, Craig Goodwin
    Opponent Substitutions: Mate Dugandzic (Eli Babalj 46), George Melis (Marcelo Carrusca 80)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Pablo Sanchez, Ben Warland, John Solari
    Opponent Goals: Andreu Guerao (Own Goal 21)
    Opponent Cards: Michael Marrone (Yellow 52), Craig Goodwin (Yellow 88)
    Opponent Manager: Guillermo Amor
    Attendance: 9442
    Referee: Chris Beath
    Post Match Thread: Andreu 1 - Andreu 1
Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers 16/10/2015 7:10PM
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A point here is good enough but **** me casta needs some new boots or a new ******* brain

He needs some pass *****.

 

A point is okay, hoping for all three in the derby though!

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Much better performance today.

 

Castelen playing like a gambler chasing his losses. Sotirio not showing end product.

 

The Spaniards are imposing themselves slowly.

 

Mitch Nichols leading by example trying to lift the team.

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A good performance to tell you the truth. These minor adjustments we need to make are just that.......minor. If we keep playing that way we will eventually get our fair share of wins. Long way to go in the season. Very encouraging.

 

The most positive aspect is of course being able to retain possession for long periods of the game so in the end we dont tire late in games and cop those shitty last 5 minute goals that we had all of last year. 

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NTS and Hamill were solid defensively. NTS in particular took command and instilled a bit of leadership from the back.

 

I was watching McGowan with envy though. The way he can distribute the ball, tackle cleanly and read the game...if only!

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