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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory 4/03/2018 5:00PM


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  • Opponent: Perth Glory
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Perth Glory
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:00PM EDT
    Round: 23
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Showground
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 1
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Jack Clisby, Michael Thwaite, Josh Risdon, Marcelo Carrusca, Alvaro Cejudo, Keanu Baccus, Chris Ikonomidis, Oriol Riera, Mark Bridge
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Kearyn Baccus (Alvaro Cejudo 59), Jaushua Sotirio (Chris Ikonomidis 79), Steven Lustiace (Marcelo Carrusca 90)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Nick Suman, Tass Mourdoukoutas
    Western Sydney Goals: Mark Bridge (10)
    Western Sydney Cards: Vedran Janjetovic (Yellow 12), Jack Clisby (Yellow 41), Marcelo Carrusca (Yllow 77)
    Western Sydney Manager: Josep Gombau
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Liam Reddy, Joseph Mills, Alex Grant, Dino Djulbic, Scott Neville, Xavi Torres, Andreu Guerao, Neil Kilkenny, Jacob Italiano, Joel Chianese, Andy Keogh
    Opponent Substitutions: Adam Taggart (Jacob Italiano 56), Brandon Wilson (Xavi Torres 73), Jake Brimmer (Andreu Guerao 73)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Nick Feely, Shane Lowry
    Opponent Goals: Xavi Torres (13)
    Opponent Cards: Liam Reddy (Straight Red 88), Neil Kilkenny (Yellow 90)
    Opponent Manager: Kenny Lowe
    Attendance: 6612
    Referee: Jarred Gillett
    Post Match Thread:

    Pathetic Draw Against Perth

    Note 1: The 6,612 crowd was the Wanderers lowest for an A-League home game. The "RBB" Active Support had been banned from the game after two flares were lit in the previous weeks Sydney Derby.
    Note 2: Liam Reddy was the Perth goalkeeper, when he was sent off (after a VAR review) the Glory had no substations available. Dino Djulbic played in goal for the last 6 or so minutes. The Wanderers managed no shots at goal in that time.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Perth Glory 4/03/2018 5:00PM

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In definitely, maybe. I'm taking my knitting. The club has announced that there will be "Bible reading" classes held during the game and the "patchwork quilt" group will have exciting demonstrations of their skill throughout the game. The Club also announced that the "Junior flare ripping training session" will be cancelled for today only.

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honestly i am in only because i have skydeck tickets, when on earth am i ever going to get that again, that said the atmosphere will be miserable

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29 minutes ago, Ossified said:

In definitely, maybe. I'm taking my knitting. The club has announced that there will be "Bible reading" classes held during the game and the "patchwork quilt" group will have exciting demonstrations of their skill throughout the game. The Club also announced that the "Junior flare ripping training session" will be cancelled for today only.

I'm led to believe that knitting is banned for the match, because the anarchists in the knit one pearl two brigade ripped flares in protest over the FFA allowing them only one knitting needle per knitter. 

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1 hour ago, Liv said:

In. I can understand every one’s frustration and can’t really complain when people choose not to go, but for mine, fans are meant to be there to support the team. through the good and especially the bad

People deciding not to go isn't against the team or players. It's against the inept governing body that are doing everything in their power to ruin football in this country.

Despite all metrics being down this season they are still spewing rubbish that "everything is fine and we are in a great position"

Absolute ineptness.

 

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22 minutes ago, sonar said:

I'm led to believe that knitting is banned for the match, because the anarchists in the knit one pearl two brigade ripped flares in protest over the FFA allowing them only one knitting needle per knitter. 

Bitch n stitch sessh hey, well that will be one way to put the WSW world to rights I guess.....I think I am an out on that one as well though...

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39 minutes ago, sonar said:

I'm led to believe that knitting is banned for the match, because the anarchists in the knit one pearl two brigade ripped flares in protest over the FFA allowing them only one knitting needle per knitter. 

Knitting needles = weapon. I'm sure I've seen them used in a movie.

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Probably out, not necessarily a protest but due to a bunch of family stuff it’s going to be really hard to Get to.. admittedly  given the lack of any atmosphere and likely dire football I’m not highly motivated 

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1 hour ago, Erebus said:

People deciding not to go isn't against the team or players. It's against the inept governing body that are doing everything in their power to ruin football in this country.

Despite all metrics being down this season they are still spewing rubbish that "everything is fine and we are in a great position"

Absolute ineptness.

 

Replying to @wswanderersfc

Good luck to the lads today, but I can't help feeling that the collective punishment of vocal, loyal & mostly well behaved fans, isn't a viable or long term solution. The venue is soulless enough, without disenfranchising many who contribute to the atmosphere at #WSW matches

12:59 PM - 4 Mar 2018

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1 hour ago, StringerBellend said:

Probably out, not necessarily a protest but due to a bunch of family stuff it’s going to be really hard to Get to.. admittedly  given the lack of any atmosphere and likely dire football I’m not highly motivated 

Years of following Everton have conditioned you !!

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With the RBB nowhere to be seen I hope the riot Squad lads in their natty jumpsuits are absolutely bored to tears. What with the 'boys in blue' and the self-important stadium security honchos looking to sniff and stamp out the first sign of trouble, enforcing the 'family friendly' atmosphere craved by the FFA, it should be a great self teaching for them in staying awake and finding someone to intimidate. Maybe if they are fortunate an unlucky sod will look at them at little too quizzically or sit in the wrong seat so they can enforce said family-friendly values, making no apologies for public safety into the bargain.

Mind you the huge contingent of travelling support coming Eastwards on the Supporter Scooter may give them a few headaches with their raucous behaviour.

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5 hours ago, Liv said:

In. I can understand every one’s frustration and can’t really complain when people choose not to go, but for mine, fans are meant to be there to support the team. through the good and especially the bad

100% hear you, and that’s the way it ought to be. But in 2 decades of following Villa all over UK and Europe, even when we were s*** (and my god we were s***) not one single time did I feel that the club didn’t want me there. It is impossible to escape the feeling at WSW that the club doesn’t want me there. Hence, out.

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After a lot of going not going,. I'm at the ground ...i'm sure this will be the lowest crowd we had this season. 

Pity it has come to this , yes I know the team is not doing well but it's all the external stuff that is sucking the life out of the comp.

 

 

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1 hour ago, beatsurrender said:

With the RBB nowhere to be seen I hope the riot Squad lads in their natty jumpsuits are absolutely bored to tears. What with the 'boys in blue' and the self-important stadium security honchos looking to sniff and stamp out the first sign of trouble, enforcing the 'family friendly' atmosphere craved by the FFA, it should be a great self teaching for them in staying awake and finding someone to intimidate. Maybe if they are fortunate an unlucky sod will look at them at little too quizzically or sit in the wrong seat so they can enforce said family-friendly values, making no apologies for public safety into the bargain.

Mind you the huge contingent of travelling support coming Eastwards on the Supporter Scooter may give them a few headaches with their raucous behaviour.

Tried to enter stadium via the xpress no bags line. Full wanding and pat down. Gave the guy doing it a mouth full. Then get to the entry scan membership card , told you cant enter here with that u need a papet ticket ?????told to go to other queue. Did that - got "random" wand and pat down again.  Absolute joke...im middle aged ...posing no threat at all. Get in stadium walk past a bunch of riot cops leaning against the wall. At least one of them wearing a stab vest. 

Family friendly and none threatening !!!!!!

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33 minutes ago, Themumf said:

100% hear you, and that’s the way it ought to be. But in 2 decades of following Villa all over UK and Europe, even when we were s*** (and my god we were s***) not one single time did I feel that the club didn’t want me there. It is impossible to escape the feeling at WSW that the club doesn’t want me there. Hence, out.

Spot on.

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2 security personnel behind the goals looking after the empty active bays and another 5 or 6 on the concourse. 

I spat the dummy at the gate when I had to empty my pockets before being scanned.

I feel like I would react badly if police tried to speak to me.

Had a chat with Pablo.

 

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Clisby starting - in place if Hammil. Cejudo in for Lustica. And as expected Keanu in for Roly.

Bench looks like Kearyn, Majok, Lustica, Sotirio?, one other- with one to miss out. No Santa. 

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Just now, Edinburgh said:

Clisby starting - in place if Hammil. Cejudo in for Lustica. And as expected Keanu in for Roly.

Bench looks like Kearyn, Majok, Lustica, Sotirio?, one other- with one to miss out. No Santa. 

According to WSW twitter Santalab is injured...

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This whole security scenario has gone beyond ridiculous.

Tbh, I'm ******* sick of it, and I'm not even there today.

The club need to seriously do something about this, otherwise that first game we return to our shiny new stadium, will be an embarrassment due to lack of numbers.

I called it in the 2nd post in this thread. Will be our lowest crowd of the season. And no matter how many Easter ******* eggs the club try and hide in the "family friendly" area, they are doing more damage to their own than what they believe. Pissing in the back pocket of the FFA is killing our club.

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Just barely not because the Perth player touched the ball.

Bridge scores. Nearly stuffed it up. No VAR to stuff us.

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