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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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1 hour ago, Ossified said:

He's not the only one, we appear to have a bunch of overrated overpaid tossers who could not hit a barn door from 5 metres.

Your a legend

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That was a lucky lucky win.......whew. Blacktown were the better team in the second half. A LOT of improvement needed. I hope the players that were rested play better than what was served up tonight.

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For a NPL club, they are amazing and have so much amazing talent like Prendergast, Gibbs, Andrew, Mallia, and also Choi (who's injured).

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4 minutes ago, JayZko said:

Lol 😂 who do we choose biscuits 🍪 or Santalab 

 

Riera has saved our bacon twice so far in the FFA Cup. He's scoring goals and that is what he was brought here to do. You can dismiss him if you want, you are allowed an opinion. But I think he will be more of an assett up front and better than what we had last season.

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Phew! 

At least we've got a marquee player worth wearing that title.  

Throw in Cornflakes, the other two Spaniards, Herd, and Bridgey as starting players and we'll be a different outfit. 

 

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Just now, sonar said:

The firat half was fine, then we fell away.....why..? 

 

Riera has saved our bacon twice so far in the FFA Cup. He's scoring goals and that is what he was brought here to do. You can dismiss him if you want, you are allowed an opinion. But I think he will be more of an assett up front and better than what we had last season.

Risdon went to sleep in the second half, James Andrew is so quick on the wing. There was a few times Thiwaite was by himself to defend and Aspro let the first goal slip.

Riera is exactly what we needed, from the look of things, Baccus was eyeing him the whole match so Riera would time his run from their defensive line which worked out well for the equaliser goal.

I'm curious to see what Cejudo will bring to the table, I feel like he'll provide some great corners and also some great crosses for Riera and Santa. it's going to be exciting times ahead, I look forward to Round 1 (even though I'll be in Germany)

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So we either have to (assuming we get through) have to play the Smurfs in a final, or we have to deal with the SMFC fans boasting if they beat the smurfs. Lose/Lose there.

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1 minute ago, mack said:

So we either have to (assuming we get through) have to play the Smurfs in a final, or we have to deal with the SMFC fans boasting if they beat the smurfs. Lose/Lose there.

I was hoping we would go against South Melbourne but of course I was wrong, FFA will do anything to make sure Sydney FC get the easier squad to play against. The good thing is we have the home advantage, would this be played at Penrith or Campbelltown?

 

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How bad was Sotirio tonight. Surely Popa can't persist now. He and jumpy are not HAL level.  Never have been.

I don't think we gave Blacktown the respect they deserved.  Lucky,  lucky boys tonight. 

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12 minutes ago, MathyouWSW said:

I was hoping we would go against South Melbourne but of course I was wrong, FFA will do anything to make sure Sydney FC get the easier squad to play against. The good thing is we have the home advantage, would this be played at Penrith or Campbelltown?

 

If FFA wanted an easy route for Sydney, they'd be playing us. 

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