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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC 16/01/2015 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: Sydney FC
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Sydney FC
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:30PM EDT
    Round: 15
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
    Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, Scott Neville, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Alberto Aguilar, Scott Jamieson, Andreu Guerao, Dimas Delgado, Mitch Nichols, Romeo Castelen, Mark Bridge, Dario Vidosic
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Kearyn Baccus (Dimas Delgado 53), Golgol Mebrahtu (Dario Vidosic 69), Federico Piovaccari (Mitch Nichols 79)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jacob Pepper, Liam Reddy
    Western Sydney Goals: Dario Vidosic (58)
    Western Sydney Cards: Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Yellow 89)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Vederan Janjetovic, Seb Ryall, Jacques Faty, Matt Jurman, Rhyan Grant, Milos Dimitrijevic, Mikael Tavares, Milos Ninkovic, Filip Holosko, Matt Simon, Christopher Naumoff
    Opponent Substitutions: Shane Smeltz (Matt Simon 63), Ali Abbas (Chris Naumoff 70), George Blackwood (Filip Holosko 84)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Ivan Necevski, Aaron Calver
    Opponent Goals: Jacques Faty (22), Shane Smeltz (90)
    Opponent Cards: Matt Simon (Yellow 19), Rhyan Grant (Yellow 43)
    Opponent Manager: Graham Arnold
    Attendance: 19627
    Referee: Strebre Delovski
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC 16/01/2015 7:30PM
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Damn I hate aleague commentary. So PC.

Amazing derby, massive atmosphere, just been squared up at 3 - 3 by a cracking goal and their main talking points are a shirt coming off and flare smoke. Freaking hopeless. Where's the passion, where's the emotion!

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When Bulut came on, you just knew he was going to do something special. It was electric. I remember believing we'd found a lifetime wanderer legend. Shame it didn't play out that way.

 

We deserved a draw that day.

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east sydney fc my prediction for you is

 

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we will win.

easily.

Edited by tuco

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Quote:
Eat Street to become Wanderland for A-League Sydney Derby

Parramatta’s famous Eat Street will be transformed into ‘Wanderland’ to welcome fans prior to the much-anticipated Sydney Derby between local favourites the Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney FC on Saturday 16 January.

The family-friendly pre-game street activation will include live music, games, foosball machines and freestyle soccer demonstrations in Church St from 5pm -7.30pm.

“We are delighted to be hosting one of the biggest games of the A-League season in Parramatta and we’re ready to welcome fans with a fun street activation while they enjoy a meal in Eat Street before the match,†Lord Mayor of Parramatta Cr Paul Garrard said.

“We’re proud of the Wanderers’ success and we hope to cheer them on to another victory this weekend. The team and the fans really bring the city to life with their enthusiasm for the game and I encourage the community to come along to Eat Street and soak up the vibrant atmosphere in the lead up to the game.â€

In the past three A-League seasons the Wanderers have attracted approximately 610,000 people to the City, providing an economic boost to local restaurants, shops and hotels.

“The Sydney Derby is a wonderful occasion for Western Sydney and we’re delighted that our fans and Members will be able to build on the experience as Parramatta City Council takes Wanderland to Eat Street,†Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said.

“Seeing Church Street full of red and black on match day is always a proud moment and this will help build the connection between Wanderers and Parramatta on match day.â€

People attending the street activation are encouraged to take public transport as it also coincides with Sydney Festival events taking part at Riverside Theatres and Prince Alfred Square.

Church Street will be closed to traffic between Market St and Phillip Streets from 4pm – 8pm.

http://www.artshub.com.au/whats-on/new-south-wales/festivals-and-programs/eat-street-to-become-wanderland-for-a-league-sydney-derby-193471

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I think they'll try and bamboozle us in the first 15mins. We need to be on form from the get go. We can't afford a slow start.

 

Lets spank those mofos  :woah:

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In.

 

 

Have my niece's 1st birthday party in the arvo, so I'll miss most of the pregame shenanigans......

 

 

Which is half the fun of DERBY DAY!!!!! FIRE UP!!

Edited by Jacko2759

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Guest NSWanderer15

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Pyro counts as a candle right?

To be fair, pyro makes more noise than the cove that's why they need the mic close to them to appear loud.

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Flares expected ? Haven't seen one in yonks

Hopefully not at home. At Allianz however...

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Would prefer a flare free night, the cops will be on edge all week and they're looking for ANY excuse to justify their coward acts.

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Guest NSWanderer15

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Well the RBB have answered the smurfs prayers of their lost tifo


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Why burn it though, would have been nice to see its return this weekend.

 

Reckon violence would ensue within the stadium confines ?

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Damn I hate aleague commentary. So PC.

Amazing derby, massive atmosphere, just been squared up at 3 - 3 by a cracking goal and their main talking points are a shirt coming off and flare smoke. Freaking hopeless. Where's the passion, where's the emotion!

Spot on!

 

You took the words out of my mouth.

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Where's you tifo, where's your tifo, where's your tifo East Sydney?

 

Seriously though, prob not the smartest idea posting that clip.

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Didnt have to be the ground but yeah I forgot they went crying to the cops.

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In.

 

 

Have my niece's 1st birthday party in the arvo, so I'll miss most of the pregame shenanigans......

 

 

Which is half the fun of DERBY DAY!!!!! FIRE UP!!

 

I doubt she'll remember that you left early  

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Lol where's there Tifo lol

Lol there so but hurt read there comments on you tube

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A Smurf fan at work says this derby is now referred to as 'El Plastico' on their forums! :xnod:

Huh?

 

Wouldn't that be city vs east Sydney?

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