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Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers 26/12/2018 7:20PM


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  • Opponent: Adelaide United
    Home Team: Adelaide United
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 9
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Adelaide, South Australia
    Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
    Result: Match Drawn
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 2
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Nick Suman, Brendan Hamill, Patrick Ziegler, Josh Risdon, Tarek Elrich, Keanu Baccus, Roly Bonevacia, Alexander Baumjohann, Bruce Kamau, Jordan O'Doherty, Oriol Riera
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Raul Llorente (Tarek Elrich 64), Rashid Mahazi (Jordan O'Doherty 74), Nick Fitzgerald (Roly Bonevacia 86)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Jack Greenwood, Tass Mourdoukoutas
    Western Sydney Goals: Oriol Riera (45), Bruce Kamau (61)
    Western Sydney Cards: Keanu Baccus (Yellow 4), Josh Risdon (Yellow 58), Oriol Riera (Yellow 69), Rashid Mahazi (Yellow 88)
    Western Sydney Manager: Markus Babbel
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Paul Izzo, Craig Goodwin, Michael Jackobsen, Jordan Elsey, Michael Marrone, Scott Galloway, Vince Lia, Nikola Mileusnic, Isaias Sanchez, Nathan Konstandopoulous, Ben Halloran
    Opponent Substitutions: Ryan Strain (Michael Marrone 45), Ken Ilso (Nathan Konstandopoulous 46), Taylor Regan (Ken Ilso 63)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Daniel Margush, Ryan Kitto
    Opponent Goals: Nikola Mileusnic (48, 55)
    Opponent Cards: Jordan Elsey (Yellow 21, 2nd Yellow + Red 60)
    Opponent Manager: Marco Kurz
    Attendance: 8003
    Referee: Peter Green
    Note 1: Jordan Elsey was red carded after two yellow cards, both for elbowing Oriol Riera in the head while jumping for a contested ball.
    Note 2: Ken Ilso was brought on as a substitute prior to kick-off in the 2nd half, but due to the Elsey red card, he was substituted in the 63rd minute.
Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers 26/12/2018 7:20PM

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We need to be winning this one. We need to be showing more than that we can bully the bottom 3.

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Going be stinking hot in Adelaide next week, as it will in many places...going to hit the low 40's....will still be hot at kick off but thankfully an evening kick off...

Going for a draw,

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18 minutes ago, Upthehill said:

We need to be winning this one. We need to be showing more than that we can bully the bottom 3.

Bottom 2

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Without any blain explosions i think we will complete and win, but if very hot conditions we will run out of puff after 70"

 

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No Nizic.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC: 4.Josh RISDON, 5.Brendan HAMILL, 7.Nick FITZGERALD, 8.Jordan O’DOHERTY, 9.Oriol RIERA, 10.Alex BAUMJOHANN, 11.Bruce KAMAU, 13. Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS, 14. Mathieu CORDIER, 17.Keanu BACCUS, 21.Tarek ELRICH, 22.Rashid MAHAZI, 24.Raul LLORENTE, 28.Roly BONEVACIA, 34.Patrick ZIEGLER, 40. Nicholas SUMAN (GK), 49.Abraham MAJOK, 50. Jack GREENWOOD (GK).

Ins: 13. Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS, 14. Mathieu CORDIER, 40. Nicholas SUMAN, 50. Jack GREENWOOD.
Outs: 1.Danijel NIZIC (GK),18.Marc TOKICH
N/A: 16.Jaushua SOTIRIO (injury – three weeks), 19.Mark BRIDGE (injury – two weeks), 20.Vedran JANJETOVIC (GK, 1 match suspension)

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Nick Nova gets his wish.  Babbel picks Suman in front of Nizic.

Different quality of opposition but Suman has had 4 clean sheets in his last 4 games.

Last game for Risdon in Red & Black till after the Asian Cup.  

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Surely Nizic must be hurt. There's no way Babel would risk the reserve youth keeper having to play even if he prefers Suman (which I doubt is the case). I assume. It'd be a giant insult if he was just dropped entirety.

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Suman against Goodwin.

Suman against Goodwin.

 

Wrote it twice and it didn't make me feel any better the second time.

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46 minutes ago, mack said:

Surely Nizic must be hurt. There's no way Babel would risk the reserve youth keeper having to play even if he prefers Suman (which I doubt is the case). I assume. It'd be a giant insult if he was just dropped entirety.

We conceded 3 goals from corners! 

I'm counting on MB to find Nizic another home in January

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49 minutes ago, MajorMelons said:

Well good luck to Suman. 

According to transfermarkt he is 1.97m tall!

Nizic is 1.95m and has 10cm on Vedran.

However, his movement definitely lacks.

Interesting that the NYL Left back and Australian u19 rep Cordier has been selected.

So either Tass or Cordier on bench with Rizzo gone for at least 3 weeks.

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5 hours ago, mack said:

Surely Nizic must be hurt. There's no way Babel would risk the reserve youth keeper having to play even if he prefers Suman (which I doubt is the case). I assume. It'd be a giant insult if he was just dropped entirety.

He’s not injured just been dropped. I think it’s ridiculous personally, he’s your back up keeper give him a proper shot. Suman not near ready IMO. 

Will be an interesting Jan, quite a few have been frozen out & told to look elsewhere, while a couple of the guys playing big minutes want out.

 

Edited by Bellby

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That's mental if he's been dropped entirely. Yeah, you might want to give Suman a shot because Nizic hasn't looked particularly good in the games he's had, but to drop the first team squad keeper for the youth reserve keeper is crazy.

If what you say about people being frozen out is true, Babbel needs to be very careful about losing the dressing room, and creating a situation where people on long contracts will stay to spite him then get the PFA involved to stop them being frozen out.

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44 minutes ago, Bellby said:
30 minutes ago, mack said:

That's mental if he's been dropped entirely. Yeah, you might want to give Suman a shot because Nizic hasn't looked particularly good in the games he's had, but to drop the first team squad keeper for the youth reserve keeper is crazy.

If what you say about people being frozen out is true, Babbel needs to be very careful about losing the dressing room, and creating a situation where people on long contracts will stay to spite him then get the PFA involved to stop them being frozen out.

He’s not injured just been dropped. I think it’s ridiculous personally, he’s your back up keeper give him a proper shot. Suman not near ready IMO. 

Will be an interesting Jan, quite a few have been frozen out & told to look elsewhere, while a couple of the guys playing big minutes want out.

 

More confidence-inspiring good news!

 

Not. :sad:

 

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30 minutes ago, mack said:

That's mental if he's been dropped entirely. Yeah, you might want to give Suman a shot because Nizic hasn't looked particularly good in the games he's had, but to drop the first team squad keeper for the youth reserve keeper is crazy.

If what you say about people being frozen out is true, Babbel needs to be very careful about losing the dressing room, and creating a situation where people on long contracts will stay to spite him then get the PFA involved to stop them being frozen out.

Trouble at mill...?

Surely not ...lol

 

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Oh dear.

We are starting to resemble the Parramatta Eels if any of this is true. Perennial losers with an occasional good season.

All the while, ESFC continue to be the Sydney Roosters of the A-League - always in contention one way or another, with the very rare poor season with always a doubt about how they can be under the salary cap.

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If the reports of internal troubles are true then it's going to be an interesting game tomorrow night.What Wanderers team will turn up.? On current form you have to tip Adelaide.

If things do not turn around then it may well end up a three way tussle for the wooden spoon between WSW, the Roar and CCM.

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the relationship between most of the players and the coach reminds me of the relationship between gombau and most of the players

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12 minutes ago, sonar said:

If the reports of internal troubles are true then it's going to be an interesting game tomorrow night.What Wanderers team will turn up.? On current form you have to tip Adelaide.

If things do not turn around then it may well end up a three way tussle for the wooden spoon between WSW, the Roar and CCM.

Long away boxing day trip, lads have prob had an extra helping of xmas pud, its going to be hot even in the evening and also internal strife....

We are going to get turned over...

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Maybe the players who don't want to work for the coach should seek a mutual termination. 

Sotirio now injured and out for 3 weeks!

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11 minutes ago, Paul01 said:

Maybe the players who don't want to work for the coach should seek a mutual termination. 

Sotirio now injured and out for 3 weeks!

I think some are. 

No one can tell me the way MB talks about players in the media is going to have a positive affect on the squad as a whole. Can only assume he is trying to isolate players to terminate a few contracts & free up space in Jan. 

 

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1 hour ago, Bellby said:

I think some are. 

No one can tell me the way MB talks about players in the media is going to have a positive affect on the squad as a whole. Can only assume he is trying to isolate players to terminate a few contracts & free up space in Jan. 

 

Brutal honesty, nothing more. If the players can’t handle that then they’re in the wrong profession.

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