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19 minutes ago, MartinTyler said:

What happened to the new cult hero on Friday night? Injured or dropped?

We will find out next game.

Milicic could have dropped him because of the poor pass which led to Dorrans chip goal

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5 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

I know we didn't have a big following at Adelaide last Saturday but you've gotta feel for the single Bulls fan in the away bay last night !!

don't feel for him. there may have been others who chose not to sit near because of who he is. 

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8 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

I know we didn't have a big following at Adelaide last Saturday but you've gotta feel for the single Bulls fan in the away bay last night !!

Kudos to that person, not a plastic

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4 hours ago, theguyyouwishyouwere said:

don't feel for him. there may have been others who chose not to sit near because of who he is. 

You know him? :woah:

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According to the Bullpen Facebook page they staged a walkout during tonight’s game due to restrictions in the active bay.

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https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/bullpen-stage-half-time-walkout-at-macarthur-clash-563498

Statement from the Bullpen:

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“We've staged a walkout tonight in response to club restrictions limiting the growth of The Bullpen and excessive policing of active support. These restrictions include:
- 18+ limit on entry to The Bullpen area
- Limitations on movement in and around The Bullpen area
- Heightened prices for the Bullpen area despite being in the corner of the stadium
- Excessive control of active support activities (I.e. Jumping, marches, even certain chants)

This has nothing to do with the team and we want to show full support for our boys and other fans.”

Club response:

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“Prior to the start of the season, NSW Police advised the club, the grass hill at Campbelltown Stadium was not a permissible active support area.

"Tonight the Bullpen were instructed by NSW Police to move from the hill, back to their allocated ticketed section and not participate in active support behaviour on the hill.

"The Bullpen then made the decision to leave the venue as opposed to returning back to their allocated section.”

 

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22 hours ago, Carns said:

I mean, they were told at the start of the season its not suitable for active support, so fair enough, police have every right to tell them to go back to the organised active area.

Sounds like a pretty pathetic walkout to me.

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Macarthur are now getting a second centre of excellence for their juniors and W League team in Cawdor. 35 million dollars. This is on top of the one they are getting in Campbeltown Heights for the A League team. 

Not even a season old and already getting bigger and shinier toys than WSW. 

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52 minutes ago, GE942150 said:

Macarthur are now getting a second centre of excellence for their juniors and W League team in Cawdor. 35 million dollars. This is on top of the one they are getting in Campbeltown Heights for the A League team. 

Not even a season old and already getting bigger and shinier toys than WSW. 

It would be part of their business plan to compete and get the grassroots and build support. The Easts are still playing catch up and don't have a base and only started reacting with youth  academies when Wanderers begun announcing their stuff. Bulls influence is being felt in the community and they working long term even if their attendance atm leave a lot to be desired.

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James Dodd and Adam Peacock mentioned on the Fox Sports Podcast that the Bulls are trying to sign Davila from Wellington Phoenix.

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Everyone is trying to sign Davilla, they see him doing good at Wellingon and imagine plugging him into a performing side and becoming a player of the year contender. He's going to get marquee money somewhere next season. Might be at the smurfs as a Baumjohann replacement.

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2 hours ago, mack said:

Everyone is trying to sign Davilla, they see him doing good at Wellingon and imagine plugging him into a performing side and becoming a player of the year contender. He's going to get marquee money somewhere next season. Might be at the smurfs as a Baumjohann replacement.

Is ABJ actually leaving or are you just assuming?

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2 hours ago, mack said:

Everyone is trying to sign Davilla, they see him doing good at Wellingon and imagine plugging him into a performing side and becoming a player of the year contender. He's going to get marquee money somewhere next season. Might be at the smurfs as a Baumjohann replacement.

So they should he is the best player in the league, I’d love to see Davila with us proper sexual soccerist 

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On 14/05/2021 at 10:12 AM, Sithslayer1991 said:

I am pretty sure just about every A-league club would be trying get Davila. 

I reckon  City or the smurfs or  maybe Victory

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https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/davila-hits-bullseye-with-2-million-macarthur-move

Davila hits Bullseye with $2 million Macarthur move
SOCCER: FEB 08 A-League - Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix
Off-contract Ulises Davila - one of the A-League’s most coveted talents - has agreed to join Macarthur FC next season in a three-year deal worth in excess of $2 million.

Scratch him off the list...

Not only will it help the squad but it'll help the attendance as for the Bulls as well. You know he'll get the Mexicans to follow him no matter where he goes.

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17 minutes ago, MathyouWSW said:

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/davila-hits-bullseye-with-2-million-macarthur-move

Davila hits Bullseye with $2 million Macarthur move
SOCCER: FEB 08 A-League - Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix
Off-contract Ulises Davila - one of the A-League’s most coveted talents - has agreed to join Macarthur FC next season in a three-year deal worth in excess of $2 million.

Scratch him off the list...

Not only will it help the squad but it'll help the attendance as for the Bulls as well. You know he'll get the Mexicans to follow him no matter where he goes.

Smart move..increase  their home attendances and  help get their active support better established

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13 minutes ago, jockman said:

Smart move..increase  their home attendances and  help get their active support better established

You reckon they will crack 3.5k now then?

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12 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

You reckon they will crack 3.5k now then?

When they win stuff yes, as Errol from Hot Choclate said Everyone loves a winner baby 

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1 hour ago, StringerBellend said:

When they win stuff yes, as Errol from Hot Choclate said Everyone loves a winner baby 

Melbourne City are killing it, possibly the best A League team ever. They are based in a major City but have they seen a big increase in attendances?

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