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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United 15/04/2018 5:00PM


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  • Opponent: Adelaide United
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Adelaide United
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:00PM EST
    Round: 27
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Olympic Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 3
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Jack Clisby, Brendan Hamill, Josh Risdon, Marcelo Carrusca, Alvaro Cejudo, Keanu Baccus, Kearyn Baccus, Chris Ikonomidis, Oriol Riera
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Brendon Santalab (Jack Clisby 77), Jaushua Sotirio (Kearyn Baccus 86)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Nick Suman, Michael Thwaite, Steven Lustica
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (15), Marcelo Carrusca (42)
    Western Sydney Cards: Josh Risdon (Yellow 25), Alvaro Cejudo (Yellow 27), Marcelo Carrusca (Yellow 44), Keanu Baccus (Straight Red 62)
    Western Sydney Manager: Josep Gombau
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Paul Izzo, Ersan Gulum, Jordan Elsey, Michael Marrone, Vince Lia, Johan Absalonsen, Nikola Mileusnic, Ben Garrucio, Nathan Konstandopoulos, Daniel Adlung, Baba Diawara
    Opponent Substitutions: Taylor Regan (Ersan Gulum 46), George Blackwood (Baba Diawara 60), Ryan Kitto (Johan Absalonsen 66)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Daniel Margush, Tarek Elrich
    Opponent Goals: Baba Diawara (21), Daniel Adlung (39), Ryan Kitto (80)
    Opponent Cards: Ersan Gulum (Yellow 34), Vince Lia (Yellow 70)
    Opponent Manager: Marco Kurz
    Attendance: 12122
    Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones
    Note 1: The Wanderers finished 7th in the A-League.
    Note 2: Josep Gombau was sacked by the Wanderers after this match.
    Note 3: Marcelo Carrusca scored his first goal for the Wanderers in this game.
    Note 4: Oriol Riera's goal was a penalty after a VAR review showed there had been a foul in the penalty area.
    Note 5: Keanu Baccus was shown a red card after a VAR review indicated that he had kicked out at an opposition player.
    Note 6: Oriol Riera missed a penalty in the second half that would have put the Wanderers ahead.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United 15/04/2018 5:00PM

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who holds the record for most yellows in a season for wsw?

risdon making an heroic run at it

edit - I checked - he needs 1 more to catch Dimas

edit 2 - mack beat me to it :)

Edited by lloydy136

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6 minutes ago, LetsPele said:

FMD how many times have we conceded within 3 minutes of scoring!! 

That was a microcosm of our season wasn’t it? 

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39 minutes ago, Upthehill said:

He made a great youth CB for the same reason Appiah Kubi smashed the youth level, he's relatively fast and athletic for a CB. He was able to recover quickly and fix his mistakes since that element of your game has more to do with athleticism and less to do with technique. But he was shifted out wide because he was a fast(ish) fit defender with a left foot.

I wish he didn’t just demonstrate my point 

although Hammil was also way too square

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that should never have happened. heaps of defenders around the box all doing impressions of training cones.

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Yep, that is the DMs fault. When a guy is fooling around with it around the box and there are a couple of defenders plus one DM (the younger Bacci) on the ball, the other DM has to be aware of other threats. The elder Bacci got unnecessarily drawn to the ball. Pisspoor. Totally pisspoor.

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that is a pen all day.

how good is VAR - FFA just keep getting things right!

:woah::woah:

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If the ref had given a yellow for that challenge after the VAR moment does it get rescinded?

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Defensive

8 minutes ago, btron3000 said:

Yep, that is the DMs fault. When a guy is fooling around with it around the box and there are a couple of defenders plus one DM (the younger Bacci) on the ball, the other DM has to be aware of other threats. The elder Bacci got unnecessarily drawn to the ball. Pisspoor. Totally pisspoor.

In the lead up, that's risdon's wing, he was nowhere, if he was there the cross doesn't come in... 

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It always feels this way at the game. I have been known to get a bit shouty, but fmd the ref is shocking

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We have such a slow defense. 

Everytime we foul we get a yellow... everytime they do it's play on !

I reckon a player should not take two penalties in a row especially if they scored the 1st.....they have the favorite spot and on the second one they try to change and more often than not miss .

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Why wasn’t that pen also a second yellow card? Ikon in the 6 yard box, would have had a free shot at goal and got cynically tripped with no attempt to go for the ball.

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Yes. Football actions like stopping and attack or denying goalscoring opportunity given yc or rcs are rescinded, but not things like violent conduct, dissent, brutal tackles.

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Our intensity and purpose has to increase massively in this second half if we're any hope of a win... 

And we should try getting ikonimides on the ball early, in space (like Adelaide have done with their wide men) rather than getting it to him when he's hugging the sideline and heavily marked...

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3 minutes ago, Davo said:

Why wasn’t that pen also a second yellow card? Ikon in the 6 yard box, would have had a free shot at goal and got cynically tripped with no attempt to go for the ball.

The change of "legitimate" tackles denying goalscoring opportunity from a red card to a yellow, was matched by a change for stopping a promising attack, in the box those are no longer punished with a yellow card.

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6 minutes ago, tardotz said:

We have such a slow defense. 

Everytime we foul we get a yellow... everytime they do it's play on !

I reckon a player should not take two penalties in a row especially if they scored the 1st.....they have the favorite spot and on the second one they try to change and more often than not miss .

Second pen you need to go blast into the top corner German style. Do that right no keeper is stopping it.

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3 minutes ago, mack said:

The change of "legitimate" tackles denying goalscoring opportunity from a red card to a yellow, was matched by a change for stopping a promising attack, in the box those are no longer punished with a yellow card.

didn't corny get a second yellow for handball in the box earlier this season based on the 'promising attack' nonsense?

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8 minutes ago, mack said:

The change of "legitimate" tackles denying goalscoring opportunity from a red card to a yellow, was matched by a change for stopping a promising attack, in the box those are no longer punished with a yellow card.

Sure, for a legitimate tackle. I wouldn’t call laying on the ground and tripping a guy, getting nowhere near the ball, a legitimate tackle though.

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The legitimate tackles thing only applies to red cards iirc.

I'm not sure exactly what the Cornthwaite second yellow was, might be handball is not given the same exemption a tackle is. 

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for a socceroos fullback, we sure do get ripped a lot down risdon's side.

I miss neville. his crossing was deadly to those in the cheap seats but wingers very very rarely got round him.

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Inevitably the VAR rears its ugly head... As does Chris Griffith Jones... And boy is it hideous... 

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