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Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers 16/12/2017 7:50PM


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  • Opponent: Central Coast Mariners
    Home Team: Central Coast Mariners
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 11
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Gosford, New South Wales
    Stadium: Central Coast Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Jonathan Aspro, Michael Thwaite, Josh Risdon, Alvaro Cejudo, Roly Bonevacia, Keanu Baccus, Jumpei Kusukami, Mark Bridge, Brendon Santalab
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Kearyn Baccus (Roly Bonevacia 71), Oriol Riera (Brendon Santalab 73), Jack Clisby (Jumpei Kusukami 83)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: John Hall, Robert Cornthwaite
    Western Sydney Goals: Brendon Santalab (27), Alvaro Cejudo (50)
    Western Sydney Cards: Brendon Santalab (Yellow 6), Josh Risdon (Yellow 45), Roly Bonevacia (Yellow 55), Raul Llorente (Yellow 64), Alvaro Cejudo (Yellow 74), Oriol Riera (Yellow 93), Mark Bridge (Yellow 95)
    Western Sydney Manager: Josep Gombau
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Ben Kennedy, Josh Rose, Jake McGing, Antony Golec, Andrew Hoole, Liam Rose, Wout Brama, Daniel De Silva, Asdrubal, Connor Pain, Alan Baro
    Opponent Substitutions: Storm Roux (Liam Rose 65), Blake Powell (Asdrubal 65), Kwabena Appiah (Connor Pain 81)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Thomas Glover, Adam Berry
    Opponent Cards: Liam Rose (Yellow 39), Wout Brama (Straight Red 62), Jake McGing (Straight Red 78)
    Opponent Manager: Paul Okon
    Attendance: 7199
    Referee: Alex King
    Note 1: The Video Assistant Referee intervened for the two Mariners red cards. In both examples, the Referee awarded a yellow card, only to review on the sideline & change from a yellow to a straight red.
    Note 2: This was Josep Gombau's first win as a Wanderers coach.
    Note 3: Alvaro Cejudo scored his first A-League goal for the Wanderers in this match.
Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers 16/12/2017 7:50PM
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If there is one game you wanna watch on TV its this one. WATCH Fox sports 507 for the game in Spanish Commentary which will be done by some well known Wanderers fans :woah:

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1 hour ago, Paul01 said:

Hopefully Llorente has overcome his injury. 

Raul didn't start in the derby because of said injury.

Why would Llorente be on the bench last week if injured?

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2 hours ago, Carns said:

Why would Llorente be on the bench last week if injured?

Not sure but heard it on the Soccer Stoppage Time pod this morning. Rallis said and he seems to be in the know.

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Just listened to Gombau's press talk yesterday.

What he didn't say is "we will win". Beyond that: don't worry, it's a process. Those who didn't see all the positives last week: you don't know what the coach is trying to do. Those who did see it: hope you enjoyed it.

Gombau doesn't feel any pressure, or so he says. We can expect a few different players on the pitch, but no change to formation and approach to the game. Same game plan as in the derby. No Plan B. No modified Plan A. 

Everybody trained hard, so the team can do right what did not go right in the derby. That means implementing Plan A. Well, that's good, as we'll be playing against another well structured, defensively minded, fast counter attacking team that beat the Smufs 1:0 a few weeks back.

So if half of what went wrong in the derby can be sorted then we can look forward to just a 2:0 or 3:1 defeat. Which will be really thrilling for those who get off on process stuff. 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, FCB said:

Just listened to Gombau's press talk yesterday.

What he didn't say is "we will win". Beyond that: don't worry, it's a process. Those who didn't see all the positives last week: you don't know what the coach is trying to do. Those who did see it: hope you enjoyed it.

Gombau doesn't feel any pressure, or so he says. We can expect a few different players on the pitch, but no change to formation and approach to the game. Same game plan as in the derby. No Plan B. No modified Plan A. 

Everybody trained hard, so the team can do right what did not go right in the derby. That means implementing Plan A. Well, that's good, as we'll be playing against another well structured, defensively minded, fast counter attacking team that beat the Smufs 1:0 a few weeks back.

So if half of what went wrong in the derby can be sorted then we can look forward to just a 2:0 or 3:1 defeat. Which will be really thrilling for those who get off on process stuff. 

 

 

 

Love your outrageous optimism. Reckon we'll score eh? ;)

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Line Up

Janjetovic

Risdon       Thwaite      Aspro      Llorente

Roly     Baccus (Jnr)      Cejudo

Bridge      Santa      Jumpei

 

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Lineup:

Janjetovic - Llorente, Aspro, Thwaite, Risdon - Keanu Baccus, Cejudo, Bonevacia - Bridge, Jumpei, Santalab

Bench: Clisby, Riera, Kearyn Baccus, Cornthwaite, Hall

Note: Whacko is banned for beating me.

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1 minute ago, mack said:

Lineup:

Janjetovic - Llorente, Aspro, Thwaite, Risdon - Keanu Baccus, Cejudo, Bonevacia - Bridge, Jumpei, Santalab

Bench: Clisby, Riera, Kearyn Baccus, Cornthwaite, Hall

Note: Whacko is banned for beating me.

Sorry about that

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Out. Have had an extremely stressful time at work and i am frankly exhausted. And my finger wound is infected putting me on a second round of antibiotics. Not feeling 100%. So its a game too far for me today unfortunately.

Really hoping Gombau's philosophy yields some wsw fruit. And , well, a win'd be nice. 

COYW!

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Mariners without Roux (McGong) and Hiairej (Liam Rose). Asdrubal in with Hoole and Pain on the wings.

Powell and Appiah on the bench

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5 minutes ago, xxBrandonxx said:

Still no Herd.

I think it’s safe to say he’ll be the first to go. 

concerning that he is probably the only player in our squad that can breakup play in the midfield... since he has gone MIA, we've been losing battles in the midfield and unable to control or dictate the tempo of the game

As for the line up... Don't know what to really make of it tbh...

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6 minutes ago, EmMac said:

Out. Have had an extremely stressful time at work and i am frankly exhausted. And my finger wound is infected putting me on a second round of antibiotics. Not feeling 100%. So its a game too far for me today unfortunately.

Really hoping Gombau's philosophy yields some wsw fruit. And , well, a win'd be nice. 

COYW!

Sorry to hear.... hope you get better soon.

Interesting call with Robbie and Riera.... maybe they are the ones that haven't said Si Señor!

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4 minutes ago, Paul01 said:

Robbie Slater is the Alan Jones of the A-League so not worth listening to.

CCM and Smurf bias.

Tries to find every season to give us ****

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interesting that faith was kept in aspro - he has taken several big steps back this year i think and the smurfs just took the piss out of him last week, allowed him to have the ball and marked everyone else.

5 changes i think - clisby, corny, big baccus, scott and hamill all out

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3 minutes ago, lloydy136 said:

interesting that faith was kept in aspro - he has taken several big steps back this year i think and the smurfs just took the piss out of him last week, allowed him to have the ball and marked everyone else.

5 changes i think - clisby, corny, big baccus, scott and hamill all out

Rabbit in headlights when in possession !!

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4 minutes ago, EmMac said:

Easy there Santa 

Not smart  at all  what goes through his head ? 

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