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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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4 hours ago, leslie said:

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Will be interesting to see how many rock up. Maybe the sea bogans will turn up as they see this as the first real chance they have had in beating us in quite some time.

2-1 them

crowd less than 10 thousand. we might struggle to take over 1000 - what's the feeling? The club should be promoting this as a chance to come and see what a wanderers home game, actually feels like Lol

 

Just checked the ticketek site.  2 days out and with both active and none active combined, less than 1 bay filled ATM.  Usually 3-4 bays sold  for these games.   Could be grim......and true indication on on how fans feel .  Hopefully flood of people buying before game.

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7 minutes ago, btron3000 said:

Nah they don’t keep score.

Probably for the best.

5 minutes ago, jockman said:

Just checked the ticketek site.  2 days out and with both active and none active combined, less than 1 bay filled ATM.  Usually 3-4 bays sold  for these games.   Could be grim......and true indication on on how fans feel .  Hopefully flood of people buying before game.

Can almost guarantee it'll be one of the smallest WSW contingents we've had.

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27 minutes ago, jockman said:

Just checked the ticketek site.  2 days out and with both active and none active combined, less than 1 bay filled ATM.  Usually 3-4 bays sold  for these games.   Could be grim......and true indication on on how fans feel .  Hopefully flood of people buying before game.

It’s going to be well grim

Our results have been poor, we just got bummed (and not in a good way) in the derby is nearly Christmas 

Perhaps if they had a tie in with a Disney film people would show up

or if the fans bought into Gombaus philosophy and process that it’s ok to get lose three games in a row as we are playing attacking football but not scoring any goals 

Goals aren’t the point of football neither is winning it’s all about passing the ball sideways 

 

rant ends 

 

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The low attendance will be felt by the CCM's accountant. WSW supporters are a travelling cash cow no more.

Subsidised wsw active supporters ticket "only" $29.75. Non subsided ticket for Phoenix supporters on NYE: $20 bucks. 

Food for thought for those who pretend to run the league. 

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This year has been a year of " firsts" for me.

1st time:

* I turned the TV off at half time and didn't continue to watch the game (vs ADL)

* I didn't go to watch a home game (vs Bri) for no reason apart that didn't want to go.

* 1st time I didn't stay till the end of the game (vs Syd)

* 1st time I am not going to the Mariners away game.

So after years of not missing home games and travelling multiple times interstate as well as overseas to watch WSW, this year it feels like the life has been sucked out of the club/team.

TBH I cannot wait to go back to Parra, hoping that things may return to normal until then it's going to be 2long seasons.

 

 

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3 hours ago, tardotz said:

This year has been a year of " firsts" for me.

1st time:

* I turned the TV off at half time and didn't continue to watch the game (vs ADL)

* I didn't go to watch a home game (vs Bri) for no reason apart that didn't want to go.

* 1st time I didn't stay till the end of the game (vs Syd)

* 1st time I am not going to the Mariners away game.

So after years of not missing home games and travelling multiple times interstate as well as overseas to watch WSW, this year it feels like the life has been sucked out of the club/team.

TBH I cannot wait to go back to Parra, hoping that things may return to normal until then it's going to be 2long seasons.

 

 

Same as me except for the first two bullets.

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Appointed Referee for this game is Alex King.

First year A-league referee from Queensland so already may be a Gillett/Green/Beath disciple unfortunately. 

 

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13 hours ago, tardotz said:

This year has been a year of " firsts" for me.

1st time:

* I turned the TV off at half time and didn't continue to watch the game (vs ADL)

* I didn't go to watch a home game (vs Bri) for no reason apart that didn't want to go.

* 1st time I didn't stay till the end of the game (vs Syd)

* 1st time I am not going to the Mariners away game.

So after years of not missing home games and travelling multiple times interstate as well as overseas to watch WSW, this year it feels like the life has been sucked out of the club/team.

TBH I cannot wait to go back to Parra, hoping that things may return to normal until then it's going to be 2long seasons.

 

 

Still 0 from 4 on those *polishes my “I’m a an ace supporter badge”

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Since last year the kids have been nagging me to do an away trip. As soon as the schedule was released this was identified as the best opportunity for our first away game. And they are still keen after last week. We'll be driving up. What are the parking options around the ground?

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14 minutes ago, homerj said:

Since last year the kids have been nagging me to do an away trip. As soon as the schedule was released this was identified as the best opportunity for our first away game. And they are still keen after last week. We'll be driving up. What are the parking options around the ground?

Good call it looks like I may have a few extras coming as well.

 

Parking is pretty straight forward. Once you get to the bottom of the hill look for the game day parking signs. You park in a park so to speak. its about 5-10 mins walk to the stadium. easy

 

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15 hours ago, Carns said:

Probably for the best.

Can almost guarantee it'll be one of the smallest WSW contingents we've had.

Six of us not going to the game, first time happend .

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3 hours ago, homerj said:

Since last year the kids have been nagging me to do an away trip. As soon as the schedule was released this was identified as the best opportunity for our first away game. And they are still keen after last week. We'll be driving up. What are the parking options around the ground?

Lots of parking and the train is also an option.

 

I would recommend Commuter Car Park on "Showground Road""

 

Link less than 5 minutes walk to the stadium... also parking stations on the other side of the line

https://www.google.com.au/maps/@-33.4253056,151.3390525,463m/data=!3m1!1e3

 

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I wonder what wild & wacky player,formation & positional changes are going to be thought up by Josep this week.    :xbop: 

#stillpositive #anyonebutshitheadfc

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39 minutes ago, MeurantsLane said:

I wonder what wild & wacky player,formation & positional changes are going to be thought up by Josep this week.    :xbop: 

#stillpositive #anyonebutshitheadfc

I've heard they will be playing Sunny as striker and Wesley as defensive mid..

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6 hours ago, homerj said:

Since last year the kids have been nagging me to do an away trip. As soon as the schedule was released this was identified as the best opportunity for our first away game. And they are still keen after last week. We'll be driving up. What are the parking options around the ground?

if you are going to the pub (settlers) pre match, then in adcock park is a good spot, park up the end closer to the stadium and you can walk along a track there to get to and from the game/pub

https://goo.gl/maps/YUGpsabdH8F2

 

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9 hours ago, hughsey said:

This season has been 0 or 100. We’re either gonna smash them or they’ll smash us.

So it's a 1-1 then, yeah?

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3 minutes ago, DamnedUnited said:

If we win it's gunner be a slow death so I'd rather the corpse be cold by xmas so we can get back to what we do best. Ripping flares without a care. 

When’s the suspended 3 point penalty lift anyway? 

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On 14/12/2017 at 6:35 PM, tardotz said:

This year has been a year of " firsts" for me.

1st time:

* I turned the TV off at half time and didn't continue to watch the game (vs ADL)

* I didn't go to watch a home game (vs Bri) for no reason apart that didn't want to go.

* 1st time I didn't stay till the end of the game (vs Syd)

* 1st time I am not going to the Mariners away game.

So after years of not missing home games and travelling multiple times interstate as well as overseas to watch WSW, this year it feels like the life has been sucked out of the club/team.

TBH I cannot wait to go back to Parra, hoping that things may return to normal until then it's going to be 2long seasons.

 

 

 

On 14/12/2017 at 10:10 PM, bombagol said:

Same as me except for the first two bullets.

 

On 15/12/2017 at 8:08 AM, StringerBellend said:

Still 0 from 4 on those *polishes my “I’m a an ace supporter badge”

After 6 decades of no club team to support in Australia my past, current and future disappointments with the club aren't going to deter me from continuing to go to all matches in NSW plus some others to support my team while I'm able to, regardless of the stadium, in the years I have left.  I'll be a long time dead.

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38 minutes ago, Edinburgh said:

 

 

After 6 decades of no club team to support in Australia my past, current and future disappointments with the club aren't going to deter me from continuing to go to all matches in NSW plus some others to support my team while I'm able to, regardless of the stadium, in the years I have left.  I'll be a long time dead.

I’ll see you up there

 

Gosford not the afterlife that is 

 

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Hopefully Llorente has overcome his injury. 

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

Sotirio still out so Bridge could start.

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23 hours ago, beatsurrender said:

just bought 2 tix. Pox=5,210

As at 11 am 570 tickets sold in the wanderers allocated bays ..

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