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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Wellington Phoenix 1/08/2017 7:30PM


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  • Opponent: Wellington Phoenix
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Away Team: Wellington Phoenix
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:30PM EST
    Round: Round Of 32
    Competition: FFA Cup
    Location: Leumeah, New South Wales
    Stadium: Campbelltown Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Win
    Western Sydney Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 0
    Time Of Result: After Extra Time
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Josh Risdon, Brendan Hamill, Steven Lustica, Roly Bonevacia, Oriol Riera, Jumpei Kusukami, Kearyn Baccus, Robbie Cornthwaite, Chris Herd, Michael Thwaite
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Abraham Majok (Jumpei Kusukami 46), Jacob Melling (Chris Herd 74), Brendon Santalab (Steven Lustica 105)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jack Clisby, John Hall
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (120+2)
    Western Sydney Cards: Brendan Hamill (Yellow 29), Steven Lustica (Yellow 53), Kearyn Baccus (Yellow 86), Josh Risdon (Yellow 112)
    Western Sydney Manager: Tony Popovic
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Scott Galloway, Goran Paracki, Michael McGlinchey, Adam Parkhouse, Alex Rufer, Sarpeet Singh, Tom Doyle, Lewis Italiano, Roy Krishna, Logan Rogerson, Liam Wood
    Opponent Substitutions: Tinashe Marowa (Logan Rogerson 70), Luke Tongue (Alex Rufer 98)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Jack-Henry Sinclair, Oliver Sail, Marco Rossi
    Opponent Cards: Michael McGlinchey (Yellow 66), Goran Paracki (Yellow 101), Tom Doyle (Yellow 120+1)
    Opponent Manager: Darije Kalezic
    Attendance: 3189
    Referee: Chris Kavanagh
    Post Match Thread:

    Golden Goal From Marquee Oriol

    Note 1: Marco Rossi for Wellington was injured in the warm-up, he was replaced in the starting lineup by Sarpeet Singh, but as Wellington did not bring a spare player, they were left with 4 substitutes.
    Note 2: Oriol Riera scored his first goal for the Wanderers
    Note 3: Josh Risdon, Roly Bonevacia, Oriol Riera, Chris Herd and Michael Thwaite made their debuts for the Wanderers in this match.
Western Sydney Wanderers vs Wellington Phoenix 1/08/2017 7:30PM
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Excited to see how Oreo goes tonight

Hopefully he does well

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20 minutes ago, DeeDee said:

Yay!!! Hammil at left back!!! Deja vu!

i often wonder if all coaches have that signature **** player that shouldnt even have a contract and start them to **** the fans. OR, the fans always pick the worst regular first teamer of any given squad for a whinge.

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odd one him starting over Clisby otherwise it's a strong line up 

Edited by StringerBellend

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44 minutes ago, DeeDee said:

Yay!!! Hammil at left back!!! Deja vu!

Maybe Mr Popovic wants to see if Hamill is cut out for backup LB, or if the Borda vacancy needs to be deployed in that spot? 

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Trains ****ed me. Cant make it on time now. Is this on live on fox?

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Marco Rossi got hurt in the Warmup for the Nix.

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4 minutes ago, DeeDee said:

Trains ****ed me. Cant make it on time now. Is this on live on fox?

If you got foxtel you can use the foxtel log-in on their FFA Cup live streaming page.

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Yup, there's Hamill once again show the quality defence that won him a contract extension.

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We just need some good foreplay build up for him, then bam! get in there my son. Or, you know, something along those lines.  :ninja:

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Why can't the FFA Cup games be held on the weekend where people can actually attend and give the games atmosphere.

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2 minutes ago, sonar said:

Why can't the FFA Cup games be held on the weekend where people can actually attend and give the games atmosphere.

NPL clubs still in season.

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2 minutes ago, mack said:

NPL clubs still in season.

OK, thanks, the crowd looks poor watching the live stream

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Recruitments looking strong so far. Riera has a head for football and great vision. that early ball to roly was majestic

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At the game. Unfortunately the same stand that the caneras are in is the stand with a half decent crowd. Still piss poor really.

Riera is turning me on! However its sad when so far your striker has set up more chances than your mids. Roly looks ok in patches but should have buried that peach Riera sent him. Jumpei is still Jumpei. World class one run and Sunday league the next. Hamill................😯

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2 minutes ago, StringerBellend said:

Jumpei seems to lose the ball pretty much every time he touches it

Only another 9 months of it 

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Majok is on for Jumpei

Edited by GK21

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Probably pre-planned due to being pre-season.

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Been busy so not been looking in, 0-0 with not long till 90mins and no update here for 30mins.........a bit shyte or what?

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