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Newcastle Jets vs Western Sydney Wanderers 29/10/2017 5:00PM


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  • Opponent: Newcastle Jets
    Home Team: Newcastle Jets
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:00PM EDT
    Round: 4
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Broadmeadow, New South Wales
    Stadium: Newcastle 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, Josh Risdon, Alvaro Cejudo, Jumpei Kusukami, Kearyn Baccus, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge, Chris Herd
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Roly Bonevacia (Kearyn Baccus 57), Jonathan Aspro (Chris Herd 67), Jaushua Sotirio (Alvaro Cejudo 79)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: John Hall, Brendon Santalab
    Western Sydney Goals: Mark Bridge (16)
    Western Sydney Cards: Chris Herd (Yellow 45), Josh Risdon (Yellow 47), Jonathan Aspro (Yellow 79), Roly Bonevacia (Yellow 82)
    Western Sydney Manager: Hayden Foxe
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Jack Duncan, Ivan Vujica, Nigel Boogaard, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Daniel Georgievski, Steven Ugarkovic, Wayne Brown, Ben Kantarovski, Dimitri Petratos, Roy O'Donovan, Andrew Nabbout
    Opponent Substitutions: Jason Hoffman (Daniel Georgievski 13), Joseph Champness (Wayne Brown 61), Mario Shabow (Steven Ugarkovic 83)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Glen Moss, Nick Cowburn
    Opponent Goals: Dimitri Petratos (69)
    Opponent Cards: Ivan Vujica (Yellow 72), Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Yellow 85), Jason Hoffman (Yellow 90)
    Opponent Manager: Ernie Merrick
    Attendance: 11468
    Referee: Chris Beath
Newcastle Jets vs Western Sydney Wanderers 29/10/2017 5:00PM
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It's meant to be hot Sunday.

if the boys died at 70 minutes the previous games they'd be lucky to last a half in 30 degree heat. 

Still undefeated in Newcastle. 

Hope the sloppy half assed performance in the cup loss lifts them. Play anything like Tuesday and we're ****ed. 

I think we'll lose, but whatever...

3-2 win. Bridge to bag his first upon return. 

 

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10 minutes ago, xxBrandonxx said:

It's meant to be hot Sunday.

if the boys died at 70 minutes the previous games they'd be lucky to last a half in 30 degree heat. 

Still undefeated in Newcastle. 

Hope the sloppy half assed performance in the cup loss lifts them. Play anything like Tuesday and we're ****ed. 

I think we'll lose, but whatever...

3-2 win. Bridge to bag his first upon return. 

 

Feel a bit the same.

Wanderers to win 2-1

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1 hour ago, xxBrandonxx said:

3-2 win. Bridge to bag his first upon return. 

I hope you're right but I don't hold the same high hopes for Bridge. He is well off the pace and it looks like it's going to be a few weeks before he gets back to anywhere close to what he used to be.

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With Vargas out it's a boost for us, still not sure we win this one. Draw i think but hoping we just get those goals early before our post 60th min sluggish period hits. 

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Jets will probably set up like this

....................Duncan

Georgievski...Boogaard....NTS......Vuijica

...........Ugarkovic.......Kantarovski 

?..................Petratos......Nabbout

...............O'Donovan

could we get a Boogaard own goal or red card?

I'm expecting Jumpei to start with Sotirio on the bench. Thwaite was not named in the squad, Hamill to start as CB.

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12 minutes ago, MartinTyler said:

I can see Sotirio on the subs bench....he has a decent scoring record against the Jets

I prefer him to Jumpei 

although basically they both do the same thing run really fast before taking the wrong decision and losing the ball 

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Out...cant make it..booo :(

Another 'Desmond' i think for the score....'2 - 2'.

 

Edited by WSWBoro

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18 hours ago, hawks2767 said:

Pretty much no one rates us this weekend.

I think we can if we lean on Santa like we did all last season to get us out of a pickle.

I love it when no one rates us. That's when I am at most ease watching our games. I think our teams of the past have always enjoyed the underdog tag also.

Can't stand when we get overconfident and cocky. It never works for us, and you can almost sense the disappointment coming.That's more ESFC.

 

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Glad Tsatsimas was flooded with applications to replace Popovic. Must be saving a motza week in week out not hiring anyone. Meanwhile.....oh but of course. ....they know what they're doing. They wear suits don't they. Only the march into the stadium matters. The rest will be cooking in an away bay as forgiving as Gosford. 

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As stated earlier, if we can't beat Jets and Victory who are missing key players we ain't winning **** this season. 

I still believe we won't win anything until we get back to Parra. Don't know why, just do.... I guess it's a combination of lack lustre home grounds, poor crowds, atmosphere and now the manager leaving. 

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3 hours ago, StringerBellend said:

Out at the moment, but may re-enter negotiations with her in doors

Time to admit the fling with WSW is now a thing and there ain't no I in threesome.

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3 hours ago, xxBrandonxx said:

As stated earlier, if we can't beat Jets and Victory who are missing key players we ain't winning **** this season. 

I still believe we won't win anything until we get back to Parra. Don't know why, just do.... I guess it's a combination of lack lustre home grounds, poor crowds, atmosphere and now the manager leaving. 

History tells you that around the 5th, 6th and 7th years is the toughest years for all a-league clubs. By that time the novelty of a new club has worn off and the mediocrity and grind of supporting a football club sets in. That is the toughest period we are going through now.

But eventually all clubs do come back and find ways to attract new supporters after this period. We will get something out of move to Parramatta. But in terms of winning anything, well that is all dependent on who you recruit as manager.

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5 hours ago, xxBrandonxx said:

 

I still believe we won't win anything until we get back to Parra. Don't know why, just do.... I guess it's a combination of lack lustre home grounds, poor crowds, atmosphere and now the manager leaving. 

I have had that vibe also, the new stadium will be a massive boost for everything when it comes.

Anything good before then is a bonus. 

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3 minutes ago, WSWBoro said:

I have had that vibe also, the new stadium will be a massive boost for everything when it comes.

Anything good before then is a bonus. 

Another 2 years on the WSFMB while we don't win anything...we'll all be stark raving mad by then....lol

Edited by sonar

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May as well get second jobs and start saving to pay for the M4 and some tolls that will by then equal the cost of a match day ticket. Till then I'm looking forward to the next two road trips and unfamiliar to Spot less faces. 

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20 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

Just left home - gonna try and squeeze in a lunch at some place in Newcastle before the W-League match

 

GAME DAY YAY

Be brave....mushy peas for lunch...you know you want to....lol...cheer us to a win.

Edited by sonar

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16 minutes ago, sonar said:

Be brave....mushy peas for lunch...you know you want to....lol...cheer us to a win.

I didn't mind peas actually 

until I ordered fried rice from this Chinese takeaway shop which was literally half peas 

:smurfpoint::smurfnono:

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22 minutes ago, Unlimited said:

I didn't mind peas actually 

until I ordered fried rice from this Chinese takeaway shop which was literally half peas 

:smurfpoint::smurfnono:

I thought Chinese filled up with onions😁

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Anyone staying in Newcastle after the game and looking for a place to eat. If your near Hamilton, or even if your not it's worth the drive. The Kent Hotel for dinner and for breakfast Eurobar. I can recommend both. Both are in Beaumont Street, Hamilton. I'll be at both of them.

Edited by WHACKO

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17 minutes ago, WHACKO said:

Anyone staying in Newcastle after the game and looking for a place to eat. If your near Hamilton, or even if your not it's worth the drive. The Kent Hotel for dinner and for breakfast Eurobar. I can recommend both. Both are in Beaumont Street, Hamilton. I'll be at both of them.

Does it have mushy peas in their fish and chips?

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