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Western Sydney Wanderers vs Guizhou Renhe


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Date: 22/04/14
Sydney Kick-Off Time: 8:00PM EST
Round: Group Stage
Competition: Asian Champions League
Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
Stadium: Parramatta Stadium

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Current Pax?

Anyone buy tickets today?

Edited by Wanderboy

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So pumped!

Hoping for a special night...

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Would be brilliant to pack the joint being school hols. However with everyone having to buy finals tix we'll struggle.

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Edited by matty

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where do you find your membership id for password?

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hopefully a special night to send us into the second round!!! COYW!

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where do you find your membership id for password?

The long number on the back of your membership card is the barcode number. The 6 digit one is the pax card number I believe.

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Would be brilliant to pack the joint being school hols. However with everyone having to buy finals tix we'll struggle.

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Probably a legit reason why only 20k showed up to the MV v SFC game last night.

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Would be brilliant to pack the joint being school hols. However with everyone having to buy finals tix we'll struggle.

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Probably a legit reason why only 20k showed up to the MV v SFC game last night.
Lots of complaints from MV fans over ticket prices which were double the price of ordinary season matches.

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Would be brilliant to pack the joint being school hols. However with everyone having to buy finals tix we'll struggle.

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Probably a legit reason why only 20k showed up to the MV v SFC game last night.
Lots of complaints from MV fans over ticket prices which were double the price of ordinary season matches.

Typical FFA. Instead of setting a price point that would ensure an 80% full stadium (therefore a tidy profit and good atmosphere to further promote football) they scalp the heart and soul of the game.

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im bringing my 5 year old son to the the game and want to sit in the rbb i am member but he is not. will they let us in?

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im bringing my 5 year old son to the the game and want to sit in the rbb i am member but he is not. will they let us in?

They put tickets on sale to the general public so think you should be fine, if it was a regular season match you might have some issues!

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im bringing my 5 year old son to the the game and want to sit in the rbb i am member but he is not. will they let us in?

They put tickets on sale to the general public so think you should be fine, if it was a regular season match you might have some issues!

 

even for the rbb ?

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im bringing my 5 year old son to the the game and want to sit in the rbb i am member but he is not. will they let us in?

They put tickets on sale to the general public so think you should be fine, if it was a regular season match you might have some issues!

even for the rbb ?
Well it was reported that some people had problems when there id's didn't match the name on the membership card. Can someone confirm?

 

But I assume people have been doing it all season, despite the low numbers in the RBB at regular games all season.

 

Though if they put tickets on sale to the general public you have to assume that non-RBB will get tickets to the match.

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im bringing my 5 year old son to the the game and want to sit in the rbb i am member but he is not. will they let us in?

They put tickets on sale to the general public so think you should be fine, if it was a regular season match you might have some issues!

 

even for the rbb ?

 

yer its no probs, heaps of parents bring in their kids with them into the RBB. I think under a certain age its for free, think its 4 years old. Just tell them your son is 3 and as long as he won't be occupying a seat then all is swell  :good:

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What sort of line up will pop a put out against guizhou?

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What sort of line up will pop a put out against guizhou?

A mixture of youth and experience,

Tyson deserves to play at wanderland, Ono and Hersi will probably both be on the bench

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The bigger question is what sort of lineup are Guizhou going to put out. They can't qualify for the next round and they're in the middle of their domestic league so I can see the youth squad coming over. I'd like to see a few of our young guys get a run with some senior players on the bench in case things go wrong.

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The bigger question is what sort of lineup are Guizhou going to put out. They can't qualify for the next round and they're in the middle of their domestic league so I can see the youth squad coming over. I'd like to see a few of our young guys get a run with some senior players on the bench in case things go wrong.

Also have two of their 1st team suspended.

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Their youth squad would be an improvement considering the display they put on against us.

 

Can't take them lightly

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Youth teams are the ones you have to worry about.

 

Nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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Exactly, enthusiasm plus

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It all depends on the mentality of chinese football and chinese players, I feel as if they will bring out some players that are looking for some game time and some youth players too.  
But if they decide to come out and not park the bus and actually play then that could leave them open and we can use Appiah's or Hersi's speed to expose hopefully some non-match fit and inexperienced defenders
 

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The fact we only need a draw means we will be sitting back and trying to hit them on the counter. I expect us to play a very defensive and conservative game. I think that means that we will be a little nervous at first. However if we score first it pretty much ensures us a place. So that first goal will be vitally important.

 

Saying that we could be stressing over nothing as Kawasaki won't risk letting Ulsan win and look the more likely team to get a result. In that case we might be competing to see who tops the group. Very interesting scenario coming up.

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http://au.soccerway.com/matches/2014/04/18/china-pr/csl/henan-jianye/shanxi-baorong/1654276/?ICID=PL_MS_03

that is Guizhou's most recent game, played last friday night, they won 2-1 after being down a goal.
I have no idea if that was their best lineup or not, although they only made one substitution which is strange, 
Jonas Salley played 90 minutes

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http://au.soccerway.com/matches/2014/04/18/china-pr/csl/henan-jianye/shanxi-baorong/1654276/?ICID=PL_MS_03

 

that is Guizhou's most recent game, played last friday night, they won 2-1 after being down a goal.

I have no idea if that was their best lineup or not, although they only made one substitution which is strange, 

Jonas Salley played 90 minutes

That is their best squad.

 

Beside.. their opponent got red card on 34" min.

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http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/news/1187320/Wanderers-target-ACL-knock-out-berth

The key quote from the article:




Guizhou Renhe, meanwhile, has battled through five games in just 15 days - forcing coach Gong Lei to bring a less experienced side to Australia.

The Chinese outfit is anchored to the bottom of Group H but Gong is backing his young charges to put in a solid performance.

"We have just 14 players here, most of them are young players who don't have enough professional appearances," Gong said.

"But we are confident they have the quality (to take) the opportunity to play in the AFC Champions League.

"We will play with 100 per cent energy and we'll try our best."


So they have the starting XI plus the three subs and that's it.

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