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Sydney FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 25/02/2018 6:30PM


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  • Opponent: Sydney FC
    Home Team: Sydney FC
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 6:30PM EDT
    Round: 21
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney, New South Wales
    Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 3
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Brendan Hamill, Michael Thwaite, Marcelo Carrusca, Steven Lustica, Roly Bonevacia, Keanu Baccus, Chris Ikonomidis, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Brendon Santalab (Mark Bridge 62), Alvaro Cejudo (Steven Lustica 62), Jaushua Sotirio (Marcelo Carrusca 77)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Nick Suman, Jack Clisby
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (10)
    Western Sydney Cards: Roly Bonevacia (Yellow 63)
    Western Sydney Manager: Josep Gombau
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Andrew Redmayne, David Carney, Alex Wilkinson, Jordy Buijs, Joshua Brillante, Milos Ninkovic, Adrian Mierzejewski, Brandon O'Neill, Paulo Retre, Bobo, Matt Simon
    Opponent Substitutions: Alex Brosque (Paulo Retre 72), Fabio Ferreira (Miilos Ninkovic 90)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Alex Cisak, Aaron Calver, Ben Warland
    Opponent Goals: Adrian Mierzejewski (44, 55), Bobo (74)
    Opponent Cards: Adrian Mierzejewski (Yellow 32)
    Opponent Manager: Graham Arnold
    Attendance: 25211
    Referee: Peter Green
Sydney FC vs Western Sydney Wanderers 25/02/2018 6:30PM

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Anyone complaining about prices... (including me earlier in the year), WSW bronze junior tickets are $21.

Now, I’m not suggesting that adults buy junior tickets, I would never do such a thing. I’m merely pointing out that the junior tickets are quite cheap so if you know any juniors who want to go, then perhaps you could get some...that’s all I meant. And I certainly would never encourage anyone from the bronze section to stand in the RBB section, that’s not a thing I would say at all. 

 

So, just to be clear, I am DEFINTELY NOT saying that adults should buy junior tickets in the bronze section and then stand in the WSW active section. Asolutely, definitely not. That’s just wrong.

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If you are a Telstra customer, you can take advantage of their $20 ticket offer - I just have.

1 Adult and 1 Junior ticket in Bay 39 would have cost me $68, but instead it cost "only" $47 (incl. ticketing fee) using the Telstra offer.

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4 minutes ago, bombagol said:

If you are a Telstra customer, you can take advantage of their $20 ticket offer - I just have.

1 Adult and 1 Junior ticket in Bay 39 would have cost me $68, but instead it cost "only" $47 (incl. ticketing fee) using the Telstra offer.

Counts me out, just moved to Optus.

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58 minutes ago, btron3000 said:

Anyone complaining about prices... (including me earlier in the year), WSW bronze junior tickets are $21.

Now, I’m not suggesting that adults buy junior tickets, I would never do such a thing. I’m merely pointing out that the junior tickets are quite cheap so if you know any juniors who want to go, then perhaps you could get some...that’s all I meant. And I certainly would never encourage anyone from the bronze section to stand in the RBB section, that’s not a thing I would say at all. 

 

So, just to be clear, I am DEFINTELY NOT saying that adults should buy junior tickets in the bronze section and then stand in the WSW active section. Asolutely, definitely not. That’s just wrong.

Thank you for not saying that 

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1 hour ago, btron3000 said:

Anyone complaining about prices... (including me earlier in the year), WSW bronze junior tickets are $21.

Now, I’m not suggesting that adults buy junior tickets, I would never do such a thing. I’m merely pointing out that the junior tickets are quite cheap so if you know any juniors who want to go, then perhaps you could get some...that’s all I meant. And I certainly would never encourage anyone from the bronze section to stand in the RBB section, that’s not a thing I would say at all. 

 

So, just to be clear, I am DEFINTELY NOT saying that adults should buy junior tickets in the bronze section and then stand in the WSW active section. Asolutely, definitely not. That’s just wrong.

Such behaviour is despicable and I for one will certainly not be stooping to such depths.

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2 hours ago, SomeGuy1977 said:

Closely followed by a hole appearing in my TV

and followed by a 2 hr VAR session to see if it was a penalty

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11 hours ago, btron3000 said:

Anyone complaining about prices... (including me earlier in the year), WSW bronze junior tickets are $21.

Now, I’m not suggesting that adults buy junior tickets, I would never do such a thing. I’m merely pointing out that the junior tickets are quite cheap so if you know any juniors who want to go, then perhaps you could get some...that’s all I meant. And I certainly would never encourage anyone from the bronze section to stand in the RBB section, that’s not a thing I would say at all. 

 

So, just to be clear, I am DEFINTELY NOT saying that adults should buy junior tickets in the bronze section and then stand in the WSW active section. Asolutely, definitely not. That’s just wrong.

They did this at the Boro for years...until they had a crack down and installed a flashing light system. When you scan your barcode to get in the Riverside with an adults ticket the light flashes green, when you use a kids ticket it flashes red. The first time that was installed the number of big blokes that got busted lol 

Ahh the days when you could just jump over the old turnstile or climb over the wall from Boro General Hospital in to the ground....did that a few times as well.

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24 minutes ago, WSWBoro said:

They did this at the Boro for years...until they had a crack down and installed a flashing light system. When you scan your barcode to get in the Riverside with an adults ticket the light flashes green, when you use a kids ticket it flashes red. The first time that was installed the number of big blokes that got busted lol 

Ahh the days when you could just jump over the old turnstile or climb over the wall from Boro General Hospital in to the ground....did that a few times as well.

Also, it was quite interesting on Boxing Day against Villa when I gave my son my ticket and I had his by accident as I didn't even look at them. I went through first and I thought I was going to be dragged down to the floor and given a  good old fashioned kicking lol Until my son came through and his flashed green....:rolleyes:

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If WSW win I've turned a tenner in 250. We paying $6 which is good odds for a derby and with SFC havign some players out and on the back a ACL away trip.

Already picked R Madrid to beat Leganes and Man Utd & Sevilla to draw.

Bring it home boys.

I can feel a draw though.

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1 hour ago, WSWBoro said:

They did this at the Boro for years...until they had a crack down and installed a flashing light system. When you scan your barcode to get in the Riverside with an adults ticket the light flashes green, when you use a kids ticket it flashes red. The first time that was installed the number of big blokes that got busted lol 

Ahh the days when you could just jump over the old turnstile or climb over the wall from Boro General Hospital in to the ground....did that a few times as well.

I love the number of concession opals that flash the orange lights in town, during peak hour. Normally suited men.

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In.

I may pop into Lambert Park on the way thru & watch our NPL2 (NYL) squad play Apia in a trial at 2pm.

The u18's kick off at 10am & u20's at high noon.

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On FNR Radio, Bossi confirmed that Zullo is injured and most likely to be replaced by Carney amd Retre at RB to replace Wiltshire.

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17 hours ago, DamnedUnited said:

For all you taking a "principled" stand and not showing up for the best Derby in three years good luck Monday morning nursing your regrets. Or you can get over it and get to the damn game and put in a good shift. 

I don't feel  bad at all, yes there is the cash issue and Sunday night and all that, and the fact my wife is being put in to one of those tunnel brain scanning machines this weekend to take a look at her condition and well, **** it, I can't be bothered.

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I don’t begrudge anyone not going. Time and money are precious and the rabble that the A-League is right now deserves neither. More fool us for going I’d argue...

I’m severely underwhelmed and tbh couldn’t give two shits at the moment about this game. It’s sad 

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5 hours ago, WSWBoro said:

They did this at the Boro for years...until they had a crack down and installed a flashing light system. When you scan your barcode to get in the Riverside with an adults ticket the light flashes green, when you use a kids ticket it flashes red. The first time that was installed the number of big blokes that got busted lol 

Ahh the days when you could just jump over the old turnstile or climb over the wall from Boro General Hospital in to the ground....did that a few times as well.

no wonder they sent your convict ass to australia

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5 hours ago, WSWBoro said:

They did this at the Boro for years...until they had a crack down and installed a flashing light system. When you scan your barcode to get in the Riverside with an adults ticket the light flashes green, when you use a kids ticket it flashes red. The first time that was installed the number of big blokes that got busted lol 

Ahh the days when you could just jump over the old turnstile or climb over the wall from Boro General Hospital in to the ground....did that a few times as well.

Were you a Porter then or just always sick?  ;)

 

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1 hour ago, WSWBoro said:

I don't feel  bad at all, yes there is the cash issue and Sunday night and all that, and the fact my wife is being put in to one of those tunnel brain scanning machines this weekend to take a look at her condition and well, **** it, I can't be bothered.

Good luck mate. :grouphug:

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It's a Derby and it's not at Homebush. What part of that sentence is so hard to understand. There are cheap tickets available and kick off time has been moved to dinner time. In Greece games kick off after ours finishes. Even if the players coach and tactics are shite they wear red and black. There will be a march. Active will be Active. You will get a toy with your McHappy Meal Shall I get family counseling for anyone left ?

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