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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Apia Leichardt 28/09/2017 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: APIA Tigers
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: APIA Tigers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:30PM EST
    Round: Pre-Season
    Competition: Pre-Season Friendly
    Location: Bossley Park
    Stadium: Marconi Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 3
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vederan Janjetovic, Brendan Hamill, Robbie Cornthwaite, Michael Thwaite, Raul Llorente, Chris Herd, Kearyn Baccus, Alvaro Cejduo, Roly Bonevacia, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Jack Clisby, Josh Risdon, Jacob Melling, Steven Lustica, Brendon Santalab, Jumpei Kusukami, Jaushua Sotirio, Jonathan Aspro, Jordan Hall, John Hall, Tony Popovic
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Nicholas Suman, Keanu Baccus, Abraham Majok, Lachlan Scott
    Western Sydney Goals: Mark Bridge (64), Alvaro Cejuda (65), Steven Lustica (80)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Manager: Billy McColl
    Attendance: 600
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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Apia Leichardt 28/09/2017 7:30PM
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Yeah at the FFA Cup game against Blacktown City I was sitting at the back of the stand right near the guy filing it. One dude had a camera on a tripod connected to a laptop that a second guy was using to clip up all the key moments. He went running off with the laptop right on half time. I don't know if the coaching staff look at it during half time but he was back for the start of the second half.

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who was that with the tidy flick pass for bridges goal?

 

Anyone with some indepth analysis on our new players from this game?

 

and Herd? hows he doing

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44 minutes ago, DeeDee said:

who was that with the tidy flick pass for bridges goal?

 

Anyone with some indepth analysis on our new players from this game?

 

and Herd? hows he doing

Santalab

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Was at the game last night and have to say that APIA gave us a hard run in the first half. Cejudo looks very neat, Roly didn't have enough shoot *****, Oriel kept motoring and can only assume Herd was replaced early to make sure whatever niggles or injuries that are plaguing him are sorted sooner rather than later. When the goals came they were nice, but suspect the oppo tired badly in the second 45 (their number 10 was more than half decent). Oh and for anyone who saw it, the almost goal scored by APIA thanks to Hall being unable to hold the ball was a howler in waiting.

The team looks in decent nick both in terms of fitness and standard of football but not sure if it's all put together and running smoothly yet. I wouldn't be surprised if we have a slow start to the new season, but of course hope to fook we smash it.

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2 hours ago, Erebus said:

All the preseason games have been filmed that way. Its probably a coaches tactical view for video analysis

All games at Marconi are filmed from the tower on the Eastern or hill side. 

If viewers expand their page they'll get a much clearer image of the action

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4 hours ago, ManfredSchaefer said:

Was at the game last night and have to say that APIA gave us a hard run in the first half. Cejudo looks very neat, Roly didn't have enough shoot *****, Oriel kept motoring and can only assume Herd was replaced early to make sure whatever niggles or injuries that are plaguing him are sorted sooner rather than later. When the goals came they were nice, but suspect the oppo tired badly in the second 45 (their number 10 was more than half decent). Oh and for anyone who saw it, the almost goal scored by APIA thanks to Hall being unable to hold the ball was a howler in waiting.

The team looks in decent nick both in terms of fitness and standard of football but not sure if it's all put together and running smoothly yet. I wouldn't be surprised if we have a slow start to the new season, but of course hope to fook we smash it.

 

Yeah, I feel our inability to convert numerous chances plagued us yet again in the first 45 minutes and only when the opposition was tiring did we begin to over power them.

We won't get this luxury come the season when teams are at peak fitness. 

I don't know if it's just me or what but it seems like the opposition is always more deadly in front of goal with a few chances than we are with 100 chances. Example, Blacktown game. We are still failing to put teams away which always comes back to bite us in the ass. 

Not sure why we are so inept in front of goal which seems to be an ongoing trend over the last three seasons. 

 

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31 minutes ago, xxBrandonxx said:

Not sure why we are so inept in front of goal which seems to be an ongoing trend over the last three seasons. 

We're too slow in attacking transition, letting opposition teams get their triple block setup, forcing our attack to continually recycle the ball back to the defence, or out wide where we put in **** crosses, or someone takes a shot from 40 yards out that get blocked.

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2 minutes ago, mack said:

We're too slow in attacking transition, letting opposition teams get their triple block setup, forcing our attack to continually recycle the ball back to the defence, or out wide where we put in **** crosses, or someone takes a shot from 40 yards out that get blocked.

Yeah Blacktown's second was a tap-in and the first was a quick counter. We score too rarely like this and end up having to break down 2 or 3 walls of defence instead.

It does say something though - more teams are sitting back against us. I think we'll find some more space in the A-league - not every coach is gonna play Mourinho ball.

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On 9/29/2017 at 11:54 PM, btron3000 said:

Yeah Blacktown's second was a tap-in and the first was a quick counter. We score too rarely like this and end up having to break down 2 or 3 walls of defence instead.

It does say something though - more teams are sitting back against us. I think we'll find some more space in the A-league - not every coach is gonna play Mourinho ball.

they will once they realise it works

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On 9/29/2017 at 7:26 PM, Taurus said:

All games at Marconi are filmed from the tower on the Eastern or hill side. 

If viewers expand their page they'll get a much clearer image of the action

I love going to Marconi Stadium with the kids, not to mention some great food inside the club, glad we have this affiliation with them.  

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