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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne City 1/1/2018 7:50PM


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  • Opponent: Melbourne City
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Melbourne City
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 13
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Olympic Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Robbie Cornthwaite, Michael Thwaite, Josh Risdon, Alvaro Cejudo, Roly Bonevacia, Keanu Baccus, Kearyn Baccus, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Alvaro Cejudo (Jumpei Kusukami 10), Chris Herd (Josh Risdon 52), Jumpei Kusukami (Brendon Santalab 85)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: John Hall, Jonathan Aspropotamitis
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (30), Mark Bridge (32)
    Western Sydney Cards: Kearyn Baccus (Yellow 7), Roly Bonevacia (Yellow 51), Chris Herd (Yellow 90+3)
    Western Sydney Manager: Josep Gombau
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Dean Bouzanis, Scott Jamieson, Bart Schenkeveld, Michael Jakobsen, Nathanian Atkinson, Nick Fitzgerald, Luke Brattan, Bruce Kamau, Ross McCormack, Osama Malik, Iacopo La Rocca
    Opponent Substitutions: Daniel Arzani (Ross McCormack 71)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Eugene Galekovic, Ruon Tongyik, Marcin Budzinski, Stefan Mauk
    Opponent Goals: Ross McCormack (25)
    Opponent Manager: Warren Joyce
    Attendance: 11628
    Referee: Peter Green
    Post Match Thread:

    Minutemen Blitz Melbourne City

    Note 1: Jumpei Kusukami had the unusual situation of coming on as a substitute, and then being substituted himself after coming on in the 10th minute for Alvaro Cejudo after his injury, then being replaced for tactical reasons by Brendon Santalab in the 85th minute.
    Note 2: This was Jumpei Kusukami's last game for the Wanderers, he was released the next day.
    Note 3: Ross McCormack had a penalty saved by Vedran Janetovic with the game at 2-1 Wanderers.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne City 1/1/2018 7:50PM
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Reading the Terrorgraph section on the A-league. adno/smithies reporting that McCormack has already left Heartless.

They also report that Popa won't be back to coach in theA-league plus the headline is "Fans deliver a message to Gombau"

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1 hour ago, Paul01 said:

Reading the Terrorgraph section on the A-league. adno/smithies reporting that McCormack has already left Heartless.

They also report that Popa won't be back to coach in theA-league plus the headline is "Fans deliver a message to Gombau"

What was said about the fans "delivering Gombau a message", Paul? 

 

Not that I care much about anything the Telecrap publishes - on any subject really. ;)

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10 minutes ago, wendybr said:

What was said about the fans "delivering Gombau a message", Paul? 

 

Not that I care much about anything the Telecrap publishes - on any subject really. ;)

Probably copied an RBB facebook item linked somewhere on this forum a day or two ago.

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Yes I saw that - not that it revealed much.

From the photo and the written text, from memory, it was a bit hard to tell whether it was a friendly/encouraging show of support :good: :D....or.....something different :diablo: :angry:.

I'm curious to know - but I didn't think there was any point in asking! :lol:

 

Anyone want to be more specific about that meeting? :spiteful:

<she asks hopefully - but knows the answer will be silence>

 

:D :D

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34 minutes ago, wendybr said:

What was said about the fans "delivering Gombau a message", Paul? 

 

Not that I care much about anything the Telecrap publishes - on any subject really. ;)

More about telling the players that we want commitment.  Specifically, Thwaite's jersey throw and return.

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1 hour ago, wendybr said:

Yes I saw that - not that it revealed much.

From the photo and the written text, from memory, it was a bit hard to tell whether it was a friendly/encouraging show of support :good: :D....or.....something different :diablo: :angry:.

I'm curious to know - but I didn't think there was any point in asking! :lol:

 

Anyone want to be more specific about that meeting? :spiteful:

<she asks hopefully - but knows the answer will be silence>

 

:D :D

If you scroll down a bit you will see the article....a lot of comments, some positive , some negative .............https://www.facebook.com/RedAndBlackBloc/

........."A picture speaks a thousand words.

Fans made their way to a WSW training session to relay their concerns over the current state of affairs on the pitch, directly to those who matter, but most of all to motivate the players and coaching staff.

There was a mutual understanding that what was happening at this great club of ours is not acceptable. This is a proud region, where hunger and determination are paramount.

After all was said and done, both sides agreed that for as long as there is 100% effort on the pitch, the team will always have the fans' support. Commitment, desire, effort and unwavering pride in representing the jersey are prerequisites.

We've had our say and you've given us your commitment. Leave it all out on the pitch, and we'll give you our lives off it.

See you on New year's day. COYW!".............

I jokingly said in a previous post I would like to go to the training ground with a banner.....lol......Glad the RBB did it.

Edited by sonar

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4 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

It's a bit sad that we now indicate that we are 'in' for a home game FFS !!

You make a good point MT. But a big part of  the problem atm is, nowhere feels like home. :mellow:

And no game feels like a home game. :mellow:

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Coyw in

i always wondered  why the Chinese fans always said cow lol must know our saying in China especially when we beat our old foe evergrande

suck on that nrl cross continent rivalry you ain’t got that

 

Edited by JayZko

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10 hours ago, Horus said:

Out - in Melbourne, but going to watch the tards tonight so that'll be interesting when the jets win

You've been treated to a great game...With a fabulous atmosphere!! :xnod:

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1 hour ago, JayZko said:

Coyw in

i always wondered  why the Chinese fans always said cow lol must know our saying in China especially when we beat our old foe evergrande

suck on that nrl cross continent rivalry you ain’t got that

 

 

Oh JayZko ... how i have missed your posts.

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