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Newcastle Jets vs Western Sydney Wanderers 6/04/2019 5:35PM


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  • Opponent: Newcastle Jets
    Home Team: Newcastle Jets
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:35PM EDT
    Round: 24
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Newcastle, New South Wales
    Stadium: Newcastle Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    Western Sydney Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 3
    Time Of Result: 90 Minutes
    Western Sydney Starting Lineup: Vedran Janjetovic, Raul Llorente, Brendan Hamill, Tarek Elrich, Keanu Baccus, Rashid Mahazi, Alexander Baumjohann, Bruce Kamau, Oriol Riera, Mitch Duke, Kwame Yeboah
    Western Sydney Substitutions: Abraham Majok (Alexander Baumjohann 62), Roly Bonevacia (Kwame Yeboah 66), Giancarlo Gallifuoco (Rashid Mahazi 86)
    Western Sydney Unused Substitues: Nick Suman, Tass Mourdoukoutas
    Western Sydney Goals: Rashid Mahazi (43), Keanu Baccus (74)
    Western Sydney Cards: Keanu Baccus (Yellow 52)
    Western Sydney Manager: Markus Babbel
    Opponent Starting Lineup: Glen Moss, Nigel Boogaard, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Daniel Georgievski, Steven Ugarkovic, Ben Kantarovski, Joey Champness, Dimi Petratos, Roy O'Donovan, Ronald Vargas, John Koutroumbis
    Opponent Substitutions: Kaine Sheppard (Ronald Vargas 46), Angus Thurgate (Joey Champness 67), Ivan Vujica (Daniel Georgeievski (79)
    Opponent Unused Substitues: Lewis Italiano, Matthew Ridenton
    Opponent Goals: Roy O'Donovan (63), Vedran Janjetovic (Own Goal 70), Angus Thurgate (82)
    Opponent Manager: Ernie Merrick
    Attendance: 8756
    Referee: Adam Fielding
    Post Match Thread:

    Finals Hopes Extinguished

Newcastle Jets vs Western Sydney Wanderers 6/04/2019 5:35PM

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Wanderers

Ins: 19.Mark BRIDGE (promoted), 33.Tate RUSSELL (promoted)
Outs: Nil
Unavailable: 8.Jordan O’DOHERTY (knee - indefinite), 34.Patrick ZIEGLER (injury – knee)

Newcastle 

Ins: 10.Ronald VARGAS (return from injury), 13.Ivan VUJICA (promoted), 32.Angus THURGATE (promoted)
Outs: 16.Nick COWBURN (omitted)
Unavailable: 3.Jason HOFFMAN (ankle – TBC)

Referee: Adam Fielding
Assistant Referee 1: Ryan Gallagher
Assistant Referee 2: James Cleal
Fourth Official: Stephen Laurie
VAR: Craig Zetter

No Kris Griffiths-Jones as VAR :woah:

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Out..the lads got a few things on in town this weekend...and ******* 17th wedding aniversary....not that this would have stopped me going...but the wife wants to go out...

Anyhoo....2-1 win us...

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I went 5 seasons straight without missing a Newcastle away trip. I haven’t done one for two seasons now cause they keep scheduling them at inconvenient times that make it hard to get there.

Why couldn’t they have scheduled this game before amateur season started?? By the time I finish playing on Saturday it will be 5 and I’m no chance of making it. I’m sure there’s plenty in this boat also. 

You’d think that for a NSW away game where people are likely to want to travel in good numbers, they’d try everything to make it as easy as possible? Helps the Mariners and Jets also.

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16/17: Sat April 1 - 5:30pm (opening rounds of amateur season)

17/18: Sun 29 Oct - 5pm - I went to this game - no dramas

17/18: Friday Dec 22 - 7:50pm (weeknight = traffic chaos, Christmas party season)

18/19: Sat April 6 - 5:35pm (opening rounds of amateur season)

So one away game in the past three seasons that was what I’d consider pretty easy to get to.

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41 minutes ago, hughsey said:

I went 5 seasons straight without missing a Newcastle away trip. I haven’t done one for two seasons now cause they keep scheduling them at inconvenient times that make it hard to get there.

Why couldn’t they have scheduled this game before amateur season started?? By the time I finish playing on Saturday it will be 5 and I’m no chance of making it. I’m sure there’s plenty in this boat also. 

You’d think that for a NSW away game where people are likely to want to travel in good numbers, they’d try everything to make it as easy as possible? Helps the Mariners and Jets also.

The FFA and their predecessors have plenty of form - I remember how Soccer Australia used to often schedule Socceroos games on Saturday afternoon when the amateur season was on. There was a suggestion this was deliberate at times which is just treasonous and if not, just inept - seems things haven't changed - see the free kick given to NRL/AFL when the "international window" was on and only Olyroos playing.....

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They never take into account local games. But its also the other way round.

In the past we had to fight for postponements because WSW had an away Grand FInal or something.

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I hope Hoffman is actually out. He always seems to turn into Ronaldo against us.

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3 minutes ago, Davo said:

I hope Hoffman is actually out. He always seems to turn into Ronaldo against us.

Hoffman was injured and is out for the season for Jets

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3 minutes ago, Davo said:

I hope Hoffman is actually out. He always seems to turn into Ronaldo against us.

He out for the season.

Vargas back off the bench.

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1 - 5 would be nice, that was the worst performance I'd ever witnessed from the Wanderers that night.

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Baccus: "We are pumped for this weekend. [...] We want to perform, and keep doing what we are doing as of late."

 

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8 hours ago, hughsey said:

16/17: Sat April 1 - 5:30pm (opening rounds of amateur season)

17/18: Sun 29 Oct - 5pm - I went to this game - no dramas

17/18: Friday Dec 22 - 7:50pm (weeknight = traffic chaos, Christmas party season)

18/19: Sat April 6 - 5:35pm (opening rounds of amateur season)

So one away game in the past three seasons that was what I’d consider pretty easy to get to.

Can’t see me making it up to Newcastle. My kick off is 1pm I could probably make kick off if I leave straight away but a 5 hour round trip with no pub time in the middle is a bit much 

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1 hour ago, StringerBellend said:

Can’t see me making it up to Newcastle. My kick off is 1pm I could probably make kick off if I leave straight away but a 5 hour round trip with no pub time in the middle is a bit much 

They serve beer at the stadium!

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I’ll put forward the counter argument - 5.35pm on Saturday strikes me as the best time for a an away trip to Newcastle (or an way trip to Sydney for Newcastle fans) given it allows the majority of people a chance to return home at a semi-reasonable hour on the one day they both don’t have to work early or worry about work the following morning. If it means some people have to choose between playing or watching because the chosen Saturday coincides with the amateur season, then so be it, especially if it’s in the cooler part of the year.

That all said I won’t be there - it’s a bit too far from Canberra.

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52 minutes ago, Generator said:

I’ll put forward the counter argument - 5.35pm on Saturday strikes me as the best time for a an away trip to Newcastle (or an way trip to Sydney for Newcastle fans) given it allows the majority of people a chance to return home at a semi-reasonable hour on the one day they both don’t have to work early or worry about work the following morning. If it means some people have to choose between playing or watching because the chosen Saturday coincides with the amateur season, then so be it, especially if it’s in the cooler part of the year.

That all said I won’t be there - it’s a bit too far from Canberra.

The times fine, it’s the date that people are complaining about if it was last week or week before it would have been fine 

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Trackwork tomorrow - apparently replacement buses between Gosford and Wyong so it'll be train from Broadmeadow to Wyong, bus to Gosford, then train back to Strathfield/Central...

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Like most organisations, people are the best asset and the FFA fail to consider its people (the fans). 

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17 minutes ago, wendybr said:

Another nostalgia inducing clip....

Who can you spot here?

So far for me, it's FCB at 2.34...looking ecstatic!! :yahoo:

 

Haha, I remember that so clearly, I am one of the hands sticking out of the bars filming, we were sitting in the back row of the bay. I was calling out to FCB! Lol! 

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Another nostalgia inducing clip....

Who can you spot here?

So far for me, it's FCB at 2.34...looking ecstatic!! :yahoo:

Ahh..an additional reason for him to look so happy!!  :D

 

Probably most of us forumites are in or around that tunnel somewhere.

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I dont know if I’m lucky or other local associations are just incompetent 

we can pretty much move any game we want as long as the other club agrees 

example we were supposed to play Friday night this week and the other team had a wedding they told us a week before so we moved it to Sunday 

We can plan any night of the week as can most other clubs as long as you have lighting 

Out playing numbers are up dramatically over least few years we have gone 2 extra all age divisions for men and ladies and 1 extra for over 35s this year 

i figure because it’s more flexible word is spreading 

pressure ur associations without your registration money they will soon hear you

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Lineup:

Vedran, Llorente, Hamill, Elrich (CB), Kamau (RB), Baccus, Mahazi, Baumjohann, Duke, Yeboah, Riera

Subs: Gallifuoco, Tass, Roly, Majok, Suman

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13 minutes ago, mack said:

Lineup:

Vedran, Llorente, Hamill, Elrich (CB), Kamau (RB), Baccus, Mahazi, Baumjohann, Duke, Yeboah, Riera

Subs: Gallifuoco, Tass, Roly, Majok, Suman

Of the starting 11, only Mahazi and Treejack weren't present in that forgettable R17 game. The others will remember it well, as will Roly, and here is their opportunity to make amends.

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Very happy to see Treejack starting. I’d love to see him earn a new contract for next year. When he’s on his game he’s easily marquee quality. He’s not shown he can do it for 2 consecutive games yet. 

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