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Sydney FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 21/10/2017 7:50PM


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  • Opponent: Sydney FC
    Home Team: Sydney FC
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 3
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney, New South Wales
    Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Brendan Hamill, Robert Cornthwaite, Josh Risdon, Alvaro Cejudo, Roly Bonevacia, Kearyn Baccus, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge, Chris Herd
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Brendon Santalab (Oriol Riera 86), Jacob Melling (Kearyn Baccus 90+1)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: John Hall, Jonathan Aspro, Jumpei Kusukami
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (3), Brendan Hamill (30)
    Western Sydney Cards: Oriol Riera (Yellow 37), Chris Herd (Yellow 62)
    Western Sydney Manager: Hayden Foxe
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, Michael Zullo, David Carney, Alex Wilkinson, Jordy Buijs, Luke Wilkshire, Joshua Brillante, Milos Ninkovic, Brandon O'Neil, Bobo, Alex Brosque
    Opponent Substitutions: Anthony Kalik (David Carney 81), Matt Simon (Alex Brosque 86)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Thomas Heward-Belle, Seb Ryall, Paulo Retre
    Opponent Goals: Bobo (38), Joshua Brillante (61)
    Opponent Cards: Alex Brosque (Yellow 58)
    Opponent Manager: Graham Arnold
    Attendance: 34810
    Referee: Jarred Gillett
Sydney FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 21/10/2017 7:50PM
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1 hour ago, sydneyred said:

That penalty was brought to you by One HD, Fox Sports, & the FFA. And the fact ESFC were 2 down. 

Never a penalty. Arm raised by Carney first.

Quoting my own post:

The Manchester United of Australia. Indeed.

Fu#k off East Sydney.

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Just now, sydneyred said:

Quoting my own post:

The Manchester United of Australia. Indeed.

Fu#k off East Sydney.

Man U can actually play football. ESFC are thugs.

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5 minutes ago, jaepee36 said:

So angry. 

 

Split it points is not good enough. **** penalty but that gets given.

 

We we had them cornered, ran out of legs, lost our game plan and no subs. That one is on Foxe. 

 

PS 34k people is rubbish. 

We were never going to win that. Always looked like ESFC were going to come back and get a draw. We just always go into our shells when we get a lead. Our last 5 mins of injury time was also pretty bad. Lucky we didn't let them score again.

Saying that, ESFC are nowhere near the team they were last season.

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How many fuucking fouls does a player have to make before a yellow ffs????  Everyone else 1, Bozo 5-6 n still no fuucking yellow!!  :nono:

why did we take our foot off their throat??? At one stage we started  walking like we were 4-0 up ffs!!  Lacking that killer finishing off instinct but we outplayed them , please sign a manager pronto!

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4 minutes ago, JackDoff said:

How many fuucking fouls does a player have to make before a yellow ffs????  Everyone else 1, Bozo 5-6 n still no fuucking yellow!!  :nono:

why did we take our foot off their throat??? At one stage we started  walking like we were 4-0 up ffs!!  Lacking that killer finishing off instinct but we outplayed them , please sign a manager pronto!

Yep. Agree. I don't know if it is a hangover from Popa but our play is so slow at times.

On a more positive note...Riera is the goods. 

Edited by sonar

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Our first half performance, with the fast interpassing and forward movement was close to the best we have been in a Derby.

Most players performed creditably: Riera holds off defenders and shields the ball so well; Risdon was dynamic; Cejudo's twisting and turning could undo a Rubic's cube in record time; Baccus was seemingly everywhere... though Bridge (as much as he is my favourite all-time WSW player) was off the pace and barely contributing.

Still, it was a great game and advertisement for football and future such occasions. Let's hope we can carry our first half passion and form through to the FFA Cup Semi on Tuesday, so that we meet our Derby rivals again in the FFA Cup Final.

 

 

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Just before Hamill scored i was sharing my sons lollies. When his header went in i jumped up and swallowed one ******* whole.....everyone celebrating and me ******* choking...that is what Hamill scoring an amazing header does to me.

Anyway..we played some good stuff first half and then that penna changes things. In the end we were hanging on for the draw. But we deserved to win.

Good signs but we need a new coach in asap.

 

Edited by WSWBoro

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