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Perth Glory vs Western Sydney Wanderers 06/11/2016 4:00PM


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  • Opponent: Perth Glory
    Home Team: Perth Glory
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:00PM EDT
    Round: 5
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Perth, Western Australia
    Stadium: NIB Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, Scott Neville, Aritz Borda, Jonathan Aspro, Jack Clisby, Bruno Pinatares, Dimas Delgado, Mitch Nichols, Nico Martinez, Brendon Santalab, Jaushua Sotirio
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Jumpei Kusukami (Jaushua Sotirio 55), Kearyn Baccus (Mitch Nichols 79), Brendan Hamill (Bruno Pinatares 89)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Lachlan Scott, Jerrad Tyson
    Western Sydney Goals: Nico Martinez (1), Brendon Santalab (67)
    Western Sydney Cards: Bruno Pinatares (Yellow 29), Dimas Delgado (Yellow 34), Aritz Borda (Yellow 84), Brendon Santalab (Yellow 90+2)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Liam Reddy, Josh Risdon, Dino Djulbic, Alex Grant, Joseph Mills, Chris Harold, Brandon Wilson, Milan Smiljanic, Nebojsa Marinkovic, Andy Keogh, Diego Castro
    Opponent Substitutions: Rhys Williams (Brandon Wilson 57), Joel Chianese (Nebojsa Marinkovic 73)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Kosta Petratos, Nicholas Feely, Rostyn Griffiths
    Opponent Goals: Alex Grant (5), Andy Keogh (51)
    Opponent Cards: Rhys Williams (Yellow 61), Dino Djulbic (Yellow 62), Milan Smiljanic (Yelow 85), Diego Castro (Yellow 87)
    Opponent Manager: Kenny Lowe
    Attendance: 13290
    Referee: Kurt Ams
    Note 1: Nico Martinez scored his first A-League goal for the Wanderers in this match.
Perth Glory vs Western Sydney Wanderers 06/11/2016 4:00PM
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'No expectations, no disappointments' is a pretty good rule to follow if you are feeling anxious. The pressure is on Perth. Not us.

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Maybe we are going to be one of those teams that does better away than at home.

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Maybe we are going to be one of those teams that does better away than at home.

Nah, can't beat the tradition of leading then conceding now. Draw all the way. In fact, I expect 25 draws, 1 win and 1 loss for the rest of the season, which might just place us in the top 6 (not that that would be an achievment)...

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Happily take nil all

 

We need a clean sheet more than anything

 

The back four should also sit together in a line together on the flight over

Learn have to keep a tight line for 90 mins solid

 

Perth is also popa's historical game for lineup surprises

 

Who knows maybe a young kid gets a chance

Perhaps Scott leads line what better way to see if he's made out for the league then against Dino and Williams

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The back four should also sit together in a line together on the flight over

Learn have to keep a tight line for 90 mins solid

 

And then trolley dollies pass straight through the niddle of them for a dose of deja vu.

 

Slowly but clearly fast enough.

 

Will take a point. Perth pretty good outfit.

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Happily take nil all

 

We need a clean sheet more than anything

 

The back four should also sit together in a line together on the flight over

Learn have to keep a tight line for 90 mins solid

 

Perth is also popa's historical game for lineup surprises

 

Who knows maybe a young kid gets a chance

Perhaps Scott leads line what better way to see if he's made out for the league then against Dino and Williams

 

Scott, Shabow, Aspro...give them all a go over there

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Will Bulut come back into the side or is he gonski ?

 

A point would be good but not likely.

 

Need to practice defending set pieces against this mob. Also forget about fullbacks overlapping in this game as they have fast players who will skin us out wide. They love teams committing players forward and hit them with a sucker punch.   

 

 

 

Forget about pressing high that won't worry them will just tire out our players for no result .Sit back deep and counter attack them instead and see how they deal with that. They have a weakness at left back - target that.

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Maybe we are going to be one of those teams that does better away than at home.

Well I hate to burst our own fan bubble, but last year we had the closest home to away ratio in terms of points. We got 26 pts at home and 22 away. 

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The usual will happen, will dominate and not take chances then they will fast counter us and drop a point or two with a defensive howler.

Line up should be interesting with Bulut, Cole and Pintares situation and CB choices.

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Got to be realistic this is going to be tough to get a win. Hoping we score a point or jag one.

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bring back sotirio :xbop:

No , please no

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'No expectations, no disappointments' is a pretty good rule to follow if you are feeling anxious. The pressure is on Perth. Not us.

Good life advice too!  :xnod:

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last time bulut played against Perth -

 

here's hoping lightning strikes twice :P

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