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Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers 3/12/2016 5:35PM


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  • Opponent: Central Coast Mariners
    Home Team: Central Coast Mariners
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:35PM EDT
    Round: 9
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Gosford, New South Wales
    Stadium: Central Coast Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 4
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Jerrad Tyson, Jack Clisby, Aritz Borda, Jonathan Aspro, Scott Neville, Dimas Delgado, Bruno Pinatares, Mitch Nichols, Nico Martinez, Jumpei Kusukami, Lachlan Scott
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Andrew Redmayne (Lachlan Scott 62), Jaushua Sotirio (Jumpei Kusukami 79), Brendon Santalab (Nico Martinez 85)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Brendan Hamill, Kearyn Baccus
    Western Sydney Goals: Jumpei Kusukami (6), Nico Martinez (31), Jake McGing (Own Goal, 50), Brendon Santalab (87)
    Western Sydney Cards: Jack Clisby (Yellow 34), Jerrad Tyson (Straight Red 60), Mitch Nichols (Yellow 61), Bruno Pinatares (Yellow 67)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Paul Izzo, Harry Ascroft, Jake McGing, Storm Roux, Scott Galloway, Adam Berry, Liam Rose, Blake Powell, Roy O'Donovan, Connor Pain, Trent Buhagiar
    Opponent Substitutions: Fabio Ferreira (Blake Powell 63), Joshua Bingham (Scott Galloway 78), Michael Neill (Storm Roux 88)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Ivan Necevski, Ryan Peterson
    Opponent Goals: Blake Powell (5)
    Opponent Manager: Paul Okon
    Attendance: 11075
    Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones
    Post Match Thread:

    4-1 Win For 10 Man Wanderers

    Note 1: Goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson was sent off for denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity.
Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers 3/12/2016 5:35PM

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Even the regular prices for non WSW home games are pretty high, no wonder they're struggling for crowds. $30 for a kid to sit in the grandstand, they're having a laugh. 

 

There should be some sort of capped pricing system set up across the league to stop people being ripped off.

 

The rental costs at Central Coast Stadium are extraordinarily high--hence why the club wanted to try and buy the stadium themselves (and rent it back to NRL clubs during the winter). The rental costs do have a direct impact on the ticket prices. But, they still go up for WSW games. They will argue it's due to the increase security and staff they need to cover the higher crowd. *shrugs*

 

Yeah that's what I figured, but at the same time, surely if tickets were made cheaper they'd get more people through the gate and make just as much, if not more as they are now but with a bigger attendance. No use charging higher to make ends meet if hardly anyone's actually buying tickets to begin with. 

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Even the regular prices for non WSW home games are pretty high, no wonder they're struggling for crowds. $30 for a kid to sit in the grandstand, they're having a laugh.

There should be some sort of capped pricing system set up across the league to stop people being ripped off.

The rental costs at Central Coast Stadium are extraordinarily high--hence why the club wanted to try and buy the stadium themselves (and rent it back to NRL clubs during the winter). The rental costs do have a direct impact on the ticket prices. But, they still go up for WSW games. They will argue it's due to the increase security and staff they need to cover the higher crowd. *shrugs*

Yeah that's what I figured, but at the same time, surely if tickets were made cheaper they'd get more people through the gate and make just as much, if not more as they are now but with a bigger attendance. No use charging higher to make ends meet if hardly anyone's actually buying tickets to begin with.

Stop it while you're ahead. Talking sense in this FFA world will only set you back

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The costs do change exponentially from what I understand. Insurance premiums change per game based on a range of attendances, not a total attendance. Price will be on for anything less than 5000, then again for 5000-10000 and so on. That does come into it.

 

But, in any other sense it's price gouging. Only way to stop it is to not go.

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The costs do change exponentially from what I understand. Insurance premiums change per game based on a range of attendances, not a total attendance. Price will be on for anything less than 5000, then again for 5000-10000 and so on. That does come into it.

 

But, in any other sense it's price gouging. Only way to stop it is to not go.

 

:smurfpoint:

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The costs do change exponentially from what I understand. Insurance premiums change per game based on a range of attendances, not a total attendance. Price will be on for anything less than 5000, then again for 5000-10000 and so on. That does come into it.

 

But, in any other sense it's price gouging. Only way to stop it is to not go.

 

:smurfpoint:

 

Not an option.

 

I for one am looking forward to the RBB shaking the joint to its core. They are doing a great job at Soulless, but they'll be even more inspiring at a real football ground.

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The costs do change exponentially from what I understand. Insurance premiums change per game based on a range of attendances, not a total attendance. Price will be on for anything less than 5000, then again for 5000-10000 and so on. That does come into it.

 

But, in any other sense it's price gouging. Only way to stop it is to not go.

This whole discussion we are having is why I believe South Melbourne are a solid expansion option, none of it is a concern with their stadium deal.

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The costs do change exponentially from what I understand. Insurance premiums change per game based on a range of attendances, not a total attendance. Price will be on for anything less than 5000, then again for 5000-10000 and so on. That does come into it.

 

But, in any other sense it's price gouging. Only way to stop it is to not go.

This whole discussion we are having is why I believe South Melbourne are a solid expansion option, none of it is a concern with their stadium deal.

Yeah. They need 1500 to break even. We'd almost bring that many if it was a TOD

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I'd say around 65% of away tickets have been sold already with a day to go. Should be full in the away end by kickoff. Keep in mind CCM PAX doesn't include their 4-5k ticketed members.

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Great. My daughter's first matchday experience will include hearing Daddy calling this bloke a ******* **** of an excuse for a ref.

 

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mate Kurt Ams was referee for the City v Nix game

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Great. My daughter's first matchday experience will include hearing Daddy calling this bloke a ******* **** of an excuse for a ref.

 

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mate Kurt Ams was referee for the City v Nix game

 

 

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FWIW, we charged the CCM supporters at Spotless the same price at as they are charging us

 

Yeah but they got the bonus of getting to look at a huge lawn before the pitch starts.  We get crammed up near to the pitch itself.  People pay for open spaces like that in Sydney.  I tells yer.

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Me and the good wife are in, will but tickets at the gate as not sure if grand kiddies are coming. We will be in the upper deck. If they come. its a great place for them to be active, being ages 4-8.

 

COYW 

 

3-1 our way,

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In.. + 4....

 

Pax 7867......

 

2-0 to us.......

like the clean sheet.

We deserved in the last 2 games with the soft penalty against the roar and the offside goal by Cahill.

someone outside of this forum has predicted a Nico hatrick😆😆😆😆😆

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In x 2, predictions:

WSW 1-0 and we all go home happy

Jumpei to strike again. Curling shot from outside the box

(We will dominate in the terraces as well)

..........And santa yellow card

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3-1 our way,

 

That just seems a dream atm.

Oh, how good would a win like that feel!!

 

 

Agree about the optimism...that Donovan guy is the worry, he can sniff out a goal, he'll be with the Vics next year

 

Still win or loose, it'll be a great day. If the pax numbers truly don't reflect the members, there could be 3 or 4 thousand of us (optimism again?)

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Tyson (GK), Clisby, Borda, Aspropotamitis, Neville, Dimas ©, Piñatares, Nichols, Martínez, Jumpei, Scott

 

No sotirio :xbop: 

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On the bench though.

 

Andrew Redmayne (GK), Brendan Hamill, Kearyn Baccus, Jaushua Sotirio, Brendon Santalab

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Bulut gone. NPL next stop

#ScottHatTrick

No pressure!

Guys. . Emergency. I dropped my ticket.

 

Looks like i will be watching from the Leagues club. Sh11111t

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Well I know why we don't take our chances. That was one of the worst shooting drill warm-ups I've ever seen. My local team could have done better. I'm surprised the scoreboard isn't broken it got hit so much!

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