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Blacktown City FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 20/09/2017 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: Blacktown City
    Home Team: Blacktown City
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:30PM EST
    Round: Quarter Final
    Competition: FFA Cup
    Location: Seven Hills, New South Wales
    Stadium: Lily's Football Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: Penalty Shootout
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Josh Risdon, Jonathan Aspro, Michael Thwaite, Jack Clisby, Kearyn Baccus, Jacob Melling, Roly Bonevacia, Jaushua Sotirio, Oriol Riera, Jumpei Kusukami
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Steven Lustica (Jacob Melling 70), Mark Bridge (Jumpei Kusukami 74), Lachlan Scott (Roly Bonevacia 106)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Brendan Hamill, John Hall
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (3, 111)
    Western Sydney Cards: Oriol Riera (Yellow 56), Jack Clisby (Yellow 61), Jaushua Sotirio (Yellow 90+2)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Tristan Prendergrast, Robert Speranza, Zac Cairncross, Matthew Lewis, Grant Lynch, Giorgio Speranza, Connor Evans, Yuta Konagaya, Daniel Arujo, Joey Gibbs, Mitch Mallia
    Opponent Substitutions: James Andrew (Yuta Konagaya 60), Lewis Beumie (Robert Speranza 89)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Evangelos Patramanis, Dylan Niski, Bo Hyun Chun
    Opponent Goals: James Andrew (68, 104)
    Opponent Cards: Zac Cairncross (Yellow 39), Giorgio Speranza (Yellow 45), Matthew Lewis (Yellow 54), Daniel Arujo (Yellow 62)
    Opponent Manager: Mark Crittenden
    Attendance: 4217
    Referee: Katie Patterson
    Note 1: Western Sydney won after a penalty shootout. The game finished 1-1 after 90 minutes, 2-2 after extra time then 4-2 in the penalty shootout.
    Note 2: Blacktown Penalty Shots: Joey Gibbs (Miss), Daniel Arujo (Saved), Grant Lynch (Score), Giorgio Speranza (Score)
    Note 3: Wanderers Penalty Shots: Mark Bridge (Score), Lachlan Scott (Score), Steven Lustica (Score), Oriol Riera (Score)
    Note 4: This was Tony Popovic's last competitive fixture as Wanderers manager, as he quit the club shortly after to join a club in Turkey.
Blacktown City FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 20/09/2017 7:30PM
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4 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

There are 'fast' trains to Seven Hills but depends on your definition of 'fast'. Take one that doesn't stop at Toongabbie, Pendle Hill and Wentworthville !!

All the suburban trains are fast - it's just that they go slow and stop a lot.

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24 minutes ago, Taurus said:

I may have 2 spare kids tickets (part of family ticket purchase) if any forumites have a need for them

What time do you want me to drop the kids off?  :crazy:

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21 hours ago, CaptainJess said:

It's yours if you want it. Let me know. 

Maybe we can find you a nice Blacktown girl. If you're lucky, she will have all her teeth too :P 

:( 

I'll take the ticket - how much $$$?

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7 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

There are 'fast' trains to Seven Hills but depends on your definition of 'fast'. Take one that doesn't stop at Toongabbie, Pendle Hill and Wentworthville !!

Thats what i meant.

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4 hours ago, KGee said:

What time do you want me to drop the kids off?  :crazy:

Guardian not provided!

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Squad lists out

Llorente and Tokich not listed.

But we know Popa and squad lists.🤣

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Tokich was to be named in the U19 Young Socceroos, which are due to fly out to Qatar

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Trying to predict how good a kid might be is really guessing, especially when they join their first pro club.

He could end up being the next Sotiro, a guy who does whatever Popa wants in training but can't deliver more than a handful of goals or assists after years at the club. Or he could end up as another Michael Trajkovski who gets a debut, then ends up back in junior sides at an NPL club. Or a Steve Kuzmanovski, who buys into his own hype, leaves for a different club, got into trouble with less than stellar professionalism, then got hurt badly and released. Then you've got all the potential "does good then goes overseas" or the "is mediocre, never plays for the club and gets released quietly" options.

 

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1 hour ago, Stokz said:

How good is Tokich, does he seem the real deal? 

He goes good from what I've seen. 

He was to be 1 of 9 WSW players (including a couple of new recruits) which were to be named in the latest YS travelling squad

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6 hours ago, mack said:

Trying to predict how good a kid might be is really guessing, especially when they join their first pro club.

He could end up being the next Sotiro, a guy who does whatever Popa wants in training but can't deliver more than a handful of goals or assists after years at the club. Or he could end up as another Michael Trajkovski who gets a debut, then ends up back in junior sides at an NPL club. Or a Steve Kuzmanovski, who buys into his own hype, leaves for a different club, got into trouble with less than stellar professionalism, then got hurt badly and released. Then you've got all the potential "does good then goes overseas" or the "is mediocre, never plays for the club and gets released quietly" options.

 

You're certainly a glass half full person!

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Out. Didn't get in early enough for the tickets as wasn't sure where id be. In some what of an irony the games about 5 minutes walk from my place and im not going but I've already booked for nix away in January!.

Anyway it will be good to see the ground full and I hope Blacktown make some good money out of it.

3-1 us

 

 

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3 minutes ago, leslie said:

Out. Didn't get in early enough for the tickets as wasn't sure where id be. In some what of an irony the games about 5 minutes walk from my place and im not going but I've already booked for nix away in January!.

Anyway it will be good to see the ground full and I hope Blacktown make some good money out of it.

3-1 us

 

 

Some of us are selling tickets in the spare tickets thread... @Carns

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9 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

Some of us are selling tickets in the spare tickets thread... @Carns

 

11 minutes ago, leslie said:

Out. Didn't get in early enough for the tickets as wasn't sure where id be. In some what of an irony the games about 5 minutes walk from my place and im not going but I've already booked for nix away in January!.

Anyway it will be good to see the ground full and I hope Blacktown make some good money out of it.

3-1 us

I still have one GA ticket if you are keen. Cost price: $20. Can meet you at the ground before KO. PM me.

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5 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

Does anyone know what good food options are available during the game 

Maybe watch the game? 

Can you not just eat before or after?

Edited by StringerBellend

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Just now, Unlimited said:

Does anyone know what good food options are available during the game 

Not sure how many "good food" options can be found at the tuck shop in the ground. Fairly limited from memory.

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you can't really watch the game when you're getting food and drink there, and they aren't usually the fastest either. they do sell grog, but you have to drink it right near the canteen lol

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I reckon Pizzas & Steak Sanga's will be the cultural dish of choice tonight.

Here's the latest update from host club

Blacktown City FC V Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Lily Homes Stadium, Seven Hills
Kick off 7:30pm
Gates open at 6pm

The game is a sell-out, there will not be any tickets available for sale at the venue.

Entry
Spectators with Active Support tickets must enter through the North- West Entry Gate off Cacia Ave, all other spectators must enter through the entry’s at the front of the stadium. Tickets will not scan at incorrect gates.

Parking
All spectators should park at the at Seven Hills Station car park with entry via Prospect Highway. Lily Homes Stadium is only a 10 minute walk to the stadium. There will be no parking available at Lily Homes Stadium and local roads will be closed.

Lilys Restaurant, Bar & Function Centre
Lilys Restaurant, Bar & Function Centre will be serving drinks in the beer garden and food will also be available. The restaurant is located 100 metres from the ground and will be open from 4pm in the afternoon. The game will be streamed live in the restaurants cocktail bar for anyone who missed out on purchasing tickets.

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I see that they have changed the walking route from the station car parks to the ground........perhaps to avoid walking past the...ahem....massage shops...:good:

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Only park at 7 hills station if you have NRMA fire and theft car insurance.

Mention your wsw membership to receive a $50 discount on any NRMA insurance policy. 

Call 13 21 32.

This post was not sponsored by NRMA in any way at all. :ninja:

 

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23 minutes ago, MartinTyler said:

I see that they have changed the walking route from the station car parks to the ground........perhaps to avoid walking past the...ahem....massage shops...:good:

The correct term is "Hand relief centre"....well, that's what shows on my credit card statement...... :ninja: 

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1 minute ago, JackDoff said:

The correct term is "Hand relief centre"....well, that's what shows on my credit card statement...... :ninja: 

Ah....yours must be upmarket.....I normally have to pay cash...:rofl:

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40 minutes ago, JackDoff said:

The correct term is "Hand relief centre" "you come twice, you pay double"....well, that's what shows on my credit card statement...... :ninja: 

:shok:

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1 hour ago, MartinTyler said:

I see that they have changed the walking route from the station car parks to the ground........perhaps to avoid walking past the...ahem....massage shops...:good:

Unlimited, now you're going to the game, maybe you could go get some action after? :P 

In regards to food, a few of us are meeting up at EJ's in Blacktown around 5:30. Nothing better than some chicken and garlic sauce before local weeknight football :good:

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