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Melbourne Victory vs Western Sydney Wanderers 6/11/2017 7:50PM


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  • Opponent: Melbourne Victory
    Home Team: Melbourne Victory
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 5
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Melbourne, Victoria
    Stadium: Etihad Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Brendan Hamill, Robert Cornthwaite, Jonathan Aspro, Alvaro Cejudo, Roly Bonevacia, Kearyn Baccus, Jumpei Kusukami, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Brendon Santalab (Alvaro Cejudo 68), Jaushua Sotirio (Mark Bridge 81)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: John Hall, Jack Clisby, Brendon Santalab
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (32)
    Western Sydney Cards: Brendan Hamill (Yellow 51), Robbie Cornthwaite (Yellow 54), Brendon Santalab (Yellow 84)
    Western Sydney Manager: Hayden Foxe
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Lawrence Thomas, Jason Geria, Mark Milligan, Thomas Deng, Matias Sanchez, Carl Valeri, Stefan Nigro, Mitch Austin, Leroy George, Jai Ingham, Rhys Williams
    Opponent Substitutions: Kenny Athiu (Matias Sanchez 72), Josh Hope (Leeroy George 90)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Matt Acton, Cameron McGilp, Pierce Waring
    Opponent Goals: Thomas Deng (50)
    Opponent Cards: Mitch Austin (Yellow 3, 2nd Yellow + Red 24), Leeroy George (Yellow 27), Mark Milligan (Yellow 47), Rhys Williams (Yellow 42), Thomas Deng (Yellow 64)
    Opponent Manager: Kevin Muscat
    Attendance: 21577
    Referee: Peter Green
    Note 1: Oriol Riera missed a penalty in the 42nd minute.
Melbourne Victory vs Western Sydney Wanderers 6/11/2017 7:50PM
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2 minutes ago, ColdRock said:

They could have spent the week on the cans and got this result

Probably did 

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9 minutes ago, wanderersfanatic said:

You're kidding right? 

 

The boys could barely move with 15min to go.. Our passes were astray due to fatigue. 

Disgusting performance, I would have rather take the loss. 

 I don’t think it’s being tired we had 11 on 10 the whole game. Sotirio came on in last 10 or something and gives the ball away. 

I might be wrong but  I think it’s poor decision making rather than tiredness. We should have buried that game in the first half 

Hammil runs 50 meters with the ball doesn’t look tired just doesn’t know what to do with it at the end.

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I’m giving Gombau 8 weeks to find consistent results. If we can squeak in with momentum, the finals should be fun. 

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Gee another frustrating season with a team that has no desire to represent this region. :(

How is it possible that this team has yet again managed to do **** all with what has been given to them?

I am not HAPPY, I am SAD... :( 

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We just hesitate way too much when we attack, especially when we are on a couter attack, and the opposition get a chance to get their defence set. Once they are set we try to wait until we have the perfect opportunity and usually lose the ball before we get that opportunity. Also, not sure why we don't take a leaf out of the Socceroos book and use the biscuit like vi$ion more than we do. Lob the ball into the box for him to score off his head.It has worked a few times already, but then we stop doing it.

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How many times have we been run down? Why do we panic when we hit the lead? Please Gombau fix this up. Although I think taking leads is now starting to haunt us.

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Observations:

Started ok (like every other game)

The Austin send off was a turning point. MV become more physical and Milligan should have been sent off. 

The penalty once again brought a 4min VAR delay which might have put Reira off but IMO it wasn't the best penalties and maybe someone else should step up.

Muscat must have had a big dummy spit with Green (something that Foxe is not capable of) at half time as in the 2nd half almost every foul we committed we got a yellow cut. They kept on fouling and getting away with it.

Their goal came from a throw in that should have been ours and then a foul. Defending was bad and from then on we ran out of out of puff again....this time we were a man up and didn't even make it to the 60th min. 

All in all there was a lot that went against us but we should still have finished them in the 1st half. 

Jumpei was the usual....great stuff and misses the final pass.

Riera good goal, missed the penalty and didn't do much more.

Cejudo good link up for the goal and nothing else. 

Bridge did nothing all game.

The fitness is a big issue , I cannot see us winning many games when we cannot last the 90 minutes.

Well done to all those that travelled...on tv you came across very loud.

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1 minute ago, tardotz said:

Observations:

Started ok (like every other game)

The Austin send off was a turning point. MV become more physical and Milligan should have been sent off. 

The penalty once again brought a 4min VAR delay which might have put Reira off but IMO it wasn't the best penalties and maybe someone else should step up.

Muscat must have had a big dummy spit with Green (something that Foxe is not capable of) at half time as in the 2nd half almost every foul we committed we got a yellow cut. They kept on fouling and getting away with it.

Their goal came from a throw in that should have been ours and then a foul. Defending was bad and from then on we ran out of out of puff again....this time we were a man up and didn't even make it to the 60th min. 

All in all there was a lot that went against us but we should still have finished them in the 1st half. 

Jumpei was the usual....great stuff and misses the final pass.

Riera good goal, missed the penalty and didn't do much more.

Cejudo good link up for the goal and nothing else. 

Bridge did nothing all game.

The fitness is a big issue , I cannot see us winning many games when we cannot last the 90 minutes.

Well done to all those that travelled...on tv you came across very loud.

Not sure it is fitness, I think we just get worked out very easily in games, we have good individual moments at times, and some good movement but I don't think we look like a team as yet that knows how to play together, we are just parts that are not functioning and doing their job across the park, lack of concentration at times also.

Josep has a big job on his hands here, I think the issue runs deeper than fitness.

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