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Wanderers Women Vs Brisbane Women 4/11/2018 3:30PM


mack
  • Opponent: Brisbane Roar Women
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers Women
    Away Team: Brisbane Roar Women
    Date: 04/11/18
    Competition: W-League Regular Season
    Location: Bossley Park, New South Wales
    Stadium: Marconi Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    West Sydney Women Score: 0
    Opponent Score: 1
Wanderers Women Vs Brisbane Women 4/11/2018 3:30PM

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1 hour ago, andypk said:

lol ... for some reason I thought this was a double header for next weekend..... Doh!

Sorry, I'm out then

 

Getting over excited! Mudgee will be ace

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43 minutes ago, StringerBellend said:

Getting over excited! Mudgee will be ace

Almost has the feel of a good old fashioned away trip...

I want to see lots of scarfs out of car windows or across the back.

Servo stations full of wanderers fans...

ahhh takes me back to away trips following the Boro.. lads piled in the back of a Ford Transit.....beer cans all over and a few porn mags...pull over at a servo station or random field for a piss break...pile back in and away you go again....

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10 hours ago, Smoggy said:

Almost has the feel of a good old fashioned away trip...

I want to see lots of scarfs out of car windows or across the back.

Servo stations full of wanderers fans...

ahhh takes me back to away trips following the Boro.. lads piled in the back of a Ford Transit.....beer cans all over and a few porn mags...pull over at a servo station or random field for a piss break...pile back in and away you go again....

Ah, the good ol' days

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Trailing 0-1 at half time. Soft goal I reckon. Very physical game. Not playing badly I don’t think. Had a few half chances. Will need to lift to pry open the Roar defence. 

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Finished 0-1. Tested the keeper and had one cleared of the line (or close to it anyhow). Passing was off the mark, bit like the rnd 1 game against the smurfs. 

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13 hours ago, StringerBellend said:

Mission accomplished my little girl said

“girls play football, I want to play for the Wanderers” 

 

This reminds me of  my 'mission accomplished' moment. Back when my eldest was 5 or so, I picked up tickets to a Matilda's / Socceroos double header. When I told her the Matildas were the Aus Womens football team, she said to me "but dad, girls don't play football do they?" I was somewhat disappointed (mainly with myself) that she had that perception, and made it my mission to change it. Fast forward 11 years, it's a very different story. She can name most of the regulars in the Matildas squad (she was gutted when Ellie moved on from the Wanderers) and will proudly show off her signed jersey and tell you the story of collecting the signatures. Even my younger daughter - who has little to no interest in sport (she's too much like her mother) - can name more than a couple of the Matildas beyond Kerr and Di Vanna. On game days, the question now is, "is it the boys or girls playing?". Not just from her, but all of my kids. Mission accomplished.

Your journey was somewhat faster than mine. But then again, coverage and exposure of the womens game now is much better than it was 11 or so years ago.

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7 hours ago, SomeGuy1977 said:

This reminds me of  my 'mission accomplished' moment. Back when my eldest was 5 or so, I picked up tickets to a Matilda's / Socceroos double header. When I told her the Matildas were the Aus Womens football team, she said to me "but dad, girls don't play football do they?" I was somewhat disappointed (mainly with myself) that she had that perception, and made it my mission to change it. Fast forward 11 years, it's a very different story. She can name most of the regulars in the Matildas squad (she was gutted when Ellie moved on from the Wanderers) and will proudly show off her signed jersey and tell you the story of collecting the signatures. Even my younger daughter - who has little to no interest in sport (she's too much like her mother) - can name more than a couple of the Matildas beyond Kerr and Di Vanna. On game days, the question now is, "is it the boys or girls playing?". Not just from her, but all of my kids. Mission accomplished.

Your journey was somewhat faster than mine. But then again, coverage and exposure of the womens game now is much better than it was 11 or so years ago.

It’s a start she will probably have forgotten tomorrow, she’s only 4, but I’m going to keep working on her.

I really wanted her to see that girls can play too. Was a great day she got her hat signed by Jada Whyman and Rachel Lowe and her photo with Jada so she’s happy

 

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16 minutes ago, StringerBellend said:

Update she now wants to be a fairy and a doctor so still more work to do 

It's always important to have options.

She could be a football playing, fairy-doctor.

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