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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory 1/11/2015 5:00PM


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  • Opponent: Perth Glory
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Perth Glory
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:00PM EDT
    Round: 4
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
    Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, Scott Neville, Alberto Aguilar, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Scott Jamieson, Andreu Guerao, Dimas Delgado, Mitch Nichols, Dario Vidosic, Federico Piovaccari, Jaushua Sotirio
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Mark Bridge (Jaushua Sotirio 56), Jonathan Aspropotamitis (Alberto Aguilar 59), Brendon Santalab (Federico Piovaccari 79)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jacob Pepper, Dean Bouzanis
    Western Sydney Goals: Dario Vidosic (45)
    Western Sydney Cards: Scott Neville (Yellow 61), Dimas Delgado (Yellow 86)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Ante Covic, Josh Risdon, Dino Djulbic, Michael Thwaite, Antony Golec, Diogo Ferreria, Richard Garcia, Nebojsa Marinkovic, Hagi Gligor, Marc Warren, Sidnei Sciola
    Opponent Substitutions: Guyon Fernandez (Marc Warren 45), Alex Grant (Hagi Gligor 58), Aryn Williams (Diogo Ferreira 76)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Jerrad Tyson, Jamal Reiners
    Opponent Cards: Marc Warren (Yellow 8), Antony Golec (Yellow 76)
    Opponent Manager: Kenny Lowe
    Attendance: 14194
    Referee: Matthew Conger
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory 1/11/2015 5:00PM
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Hopefully Ante, as much as I love him, shows why we let him go.

If you listen to this weeks podcast, you'll hear why I agree with you here.

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Hopefully Ante, as much as I love him, shows why we let him go.

He is more likely to play of his **** skin unfortunately, he will be throwing himself through the air and saving everything lol

 

How often do teams look shite the week before they play us, then they come to Parra and all of a sudden they look like ***** Barcelona, or we make them look good lol If a side has been lacking confidence and form then WSW has been to go to opposition for a confidence boost for other sides over the last 12 months unfortunately.

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We are fielding an almost totally-new team and playing a brand of football we haven't seen at WSW before. The reality is that we're matching or bettering every side we're up against, but we haven't found finishing touches yet, and we've gifted a few from mistakes the like of which will go away with time.

It's a 10 team comp with a top 6 - if we can continue to improve (especially in front of goal) as we have been doing we have every chance to succeed, and we spectators will have the benefit of seeing some better quality football. 

Patience.

Edited by wswtragic

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we lost a derby at the death, boys will be pumped for this one and so will I :)

 

will you?

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Remember to get there early, to cheer on our W-League side!! 

 

:xbop:  :xbop:  :xbop: 

 

how early?

 

 

I believe the W-League match starts at 2:00 PM... so 2:00 PM I guess!  :woah:

 

Its also the W-League Sydney Derby. Even more of a reason to go and support the W-League team.

 

People wanted double headers, they got it.

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Remember to get there early, to cheer on our W-League side!! 

 

:xbop:  :xbop:  :xbop: 

 

how early?

 

 

I believe the W-League match starts at 2:00 PM... so 2:00 PM I guess!  :woah:

 

Its also the W-League Sydney Derby. Even more of a reason to go and support the W-League team.

 

People wanted double headers, they got it.

 

Are ESFC bringing a tifo?

 

(Too soon?)

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We are fielding an almost totally-new team and playing a brand of football we haven't seen at WSW before. The reality is that we're matching or bettering every side we're up against, but we haven't found finishing touches yet, and we've gifted a few from mistakes the like of which will go away with time.

 

It's a 10 team comp with a top 6 - if we can continue to improve (especially in front of goal) as we have been doing we have every chance to succeed, and we spectators will have the benefit of seeing some better quality football. 

 

Patience.

 

Good points.

 

Reminds me a bit of Adelaide during the first stage of Gombau-era. Give it time, we'll click. The signs are there, just need more cohesion. We'll pump a team eventually. I'm thinking a plucky 1-0 win in this one.

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I think for the sake of showing who is the best supporters in the league, we need to see the greatest trophy we have earned in our short history, displayed in front of our Wanderland crowd this weekend.

#TIFOGATE    :woah:  :woah:  :woah:  :cheeky:

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I think for the sake of showing who is the best supporters in the league, we need to see the greatest trophy we have earned in our short history, displayed in front of our Wanderland crowd this weekend.

#TIFOGATE    :woah:  :woah:  :woah:  :cheeky:

 

Would love to have a Football museum/Hall of Fame at the new stadium... the ACL Trophy and Asian Cup would be front and centre. Loved the one at Turner Field with the Braves World Series right in the middle.

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out.

 

stupid ******* family with their stupid ******* weddings in the middle of the stupid ******* football season what a **** act by a **** **** ******* **** ****!

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These 8 day turn around a between matches are pissing me off.

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out.. :( there is no way to re sell my seat? (rbb)

You should be able to if you log into your members account online or via the WSW app

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out..:( there is no way to re sell my seat? (rbb)

http://wanderland.com.au/member-seat-re-sale-program-new

HOME

MEMBERSHIP

BENEFITS

SERVICES

FAQS

SHOP

CORPORATE

COMMUNITY

CONTACT US

NEW SEAT RELEASE

We know how much you love your Wanderers but sometimes there are other commitments which you just can’t get out of on a match day. If you can’t attend on any given home match day you can now release your seat for sale and be rewarded whilst giving other members and fans the opportunity to experience Wanderland.

 

We are happy to announce that in 2015/16 full ticketed Members will be able to release their seat for sale in the lead up to match day and be rewarded through their Wanderers Rewards account when their seat or seats sell.

 

 

 

HOW TO RELEASE YOUR MEMBERSHIP SEAT FOR SALE

 

STEP 1

 

Log in to your MyWanderers Account Manager using your membership number/email address and password.

 

STEP 2

 

Under ‘Manage My Products’ select ‘Manage this Event’ next to the Wanderers home match you wish to release your seats for.

 

STEP 3

 

Select ‘Return’ to choose which seats you would like to release.

 

STEP 4

 

Tick the box next to the seat/seats you wish to release and click ‘return’ in the top right hand corner of your screen.(if you have multiple seats which you wish to release all selected seats will be listed here.

 

STEP 5

 

 

A confirmation will appear with the seats you have selected to release and the match details. Double check these are the correct selections if not un-select those seats or click cancel. If the seats selected are correct press ‘Continue to Return’.

 

Please Note: Once you release these seats you will be unable to change your mind. Your Membership barcode will be cancelled for the match and your Membership card will not scan at the gate on match day.

 

STEP 7

 

 

Check your details are correct on the review page. Please ensure you agree the ‘terms of use’ at the bottom of the page then if you are you’re happy to proceed please select ‘Submit’.

 

STEP 8

 

 

The Return Summary will confirm the seats have been released and the match details. Once you have completed the whole process you will receive an email to confirm your seat release.

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

 

Seat Release is available to all full ticketed Members to release their Membership seat/s for sale for a match they cannot attend and be rewarded via points to their Wanderers Rewards account when it sells.

The Release your Membership seat function will be available to Members via their MyWanderers Account page two weeks prior to a home match up until 2 hours before kick-off.

Once a seat has been released for sale it cannot be returned to the member. Members who change their mind will have to purchase a new seat via Ticketmaster at the full rate.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC cannot guarantee that seats will be sold once released. No Wanderers Rewards points will be given to members if the seat remains unsold. Returned seats are sold in the order of ‘Best Available’ in the ticketing system.

Points are awarded to members Rewards Account only when the seat is sold. The points will appear in the Members rewards account within the next 3 business days after the selected match.

Seat release points cannot be redeemed as cash.

Seat release points cannot be transferred to other members.

Only Members with a valid email address will be notified of the outcome of their seat resale.

Once the seats are released the Membership Card or previously printed tickets they are attached to will no longer be valid.

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revenge for FFA cup loss. Got keep a close eye on Castro and hopefully we get gol gol back. :)

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I am also out for this one unfortunately :shok:  :nono:  :nono: :nono:  :xmad:  First home game I have missed in aaggggeeessss.

 

Although WSWBoro junior might still be going along if I can get something sorted.

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In for both games, and I'll even have both boys this time (got to get the youngest in for as many afternoon games as I can while he's still under 4 and free).

 

Shame that assigned seating is in force for the women's game. If we could compress the crowd it would make for a better atmosphere. At least I sit in the western stand so the sun doesn't set in our eyes.

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In for both games, and I'll even have both boys this time (got to get the youngest in for as many afternoon games as I can while he's still under 4 and free).

 

Shame that assigned seating is in force for the women's game. If we could compress the crowd it would make for a better atmosphere. At least I sit in the western stand so the sun doesn't set in our eyes.

 

I don't think you'll need to worry about the sun mate!  Bring a brolly tho'

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Latest from the BOM (still a long way out and will change again):

 

14-25. 1 to 6mm predicted. Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening. Winds north to northeasterly 15 to 25 km/h becoming northeasterly 20 to 30 km/h during the afternoon then turning northerly 15 to 25 km/h during the evening.

 

http://www.bom.gov.au/nsw/forecasts/parramatta.shtml

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