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Daniel Wilmering

Date Of Birth: 19/12/00
Nation: Australia
Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
Squad Number: 29
Position: Defender
Secondary Positions:

Joined Wanderers: 17/03/19
Contract Details: Youth Academy From 2016, 2 Year Scholarship Contract 4/7/2019. 2 Year Contract 25/3/2021
Contract Finish: 2022/23
Previous Club: Wanderers Youth
Wanderers Debut: 17th March 2019 vs Wellington Phoenix

Wanderers A-League Appearances: 21
Wanderers A-League Goals: 1

Wanderers ACL Appearances:
Wanderers ACL Goals:

Wanderers FFA Cup Appearances: 2
Wanderers FFA Cup Goals:

Wanderers Club World Cup Appearances:
Wanderers Club World Cup Goals:

Wanderers Total Appearances: 23
Wanderers Total Goals: 1

Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2018/19: 1 (0), 2019/20: 11 (0)

International Team:
International Caps:
International Goals:

Individual Awards:

Team Honours:

Highlight: Scored his first goal for the Wanderers against Wellington Phoenix in Round 12, Season 2020/21 on 15/03/2021.
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Description: Youth team player bought into the Wanderers squad before making his debut for a fixture against Wellington Phoenix in 2019. An injury to Tarek Elrich saw Wilmering bought into the starting lineup at the beginning of the 2019/20 A-League season. Played 11 games at the start of the 2019/20 season before suffering a bad knee injury that kept him out for the remainder. After coming back from the injury he became a regular first team player and signed a 2 year professionally contract in early 2021.

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9 minutes ago, MistahCampoy said:

Good to see these young guys getting a go under MB.. All the best Daniel!

Yeah, I shook my head at the suggestion from the NZ commentators during the Nux game last week that the Wanderers needed to start blooding some young players.

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2 hours ago, LeeMarvin said:

Yeah, I shook my head at the suggestion from the NZ commentators during the Nux game last week that the Wanderers needed to start blooding some young players.

Number One rule of NZ Sokkah Commentators

No one listens to NZ Sokkah Commentators

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9 minutes ago, ManfredSchaefer said:

Number One rule of NZ Sokkah Commentators

No one listens to NZ Sokkah Commentators

I got the impression they don't listen to the A-League much either.

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  • 6 months later...

Fox showed a pic of young Daniel as a ball boy at the first game against CCM in 2012/13 last night.

:golecapproves:

So that makes one ball boy and one RBB member (Shabow) who have already played for us. How many other clubs can claim that type of turnaround in juniors...not just in the HAL but across other codes?

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9 hours ago, ManfredSchaefer said:

Fox showed a pic of young Daniel as a ball boy at the first game against CCM in 2012/13 last night.

:golecapproves:

So that makes one ball boy and one RBB member (Shabow) who have already played for us. How many other clubs can claim that type of turnaround in juniors...not just in the HAL but across other codes?

And Mo Adam has been a fan since 2012 as a 12 year old.

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3 minutes ago, Sithslayer1991 said:

There must be something on the field or something its no coincidence were getting these knee injuries quiet frequently and to a young player no less.

...or.......the current conspiracy from Bossi is that being the youngest he was knee capped by the coaching staff and made " an example of"....to silence dissent....:ninja:

( Just joking guys )

:D 

 

 

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desperately unkind situation for the lad, being thrown in at the deep end and expected to play to high pro standard from the go every week, bloody tough gig, does not deserve this, chin up Dan you can get through this tough time and come back to fight for that shirt again.

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  • 1 year later...

I was very worried about him when he done his ACL. Usually, footballers that come back from an ACL don't play like they used to (Ziegler is a perfect example). Yet, Wilmering has come back better than ever. He has a bright future ahead of him.

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12 minutes ago, MathyouWSW said:

I was very worried about him when he done his ACL. Usually, footballers that come back from an ACL don't play like they used to (Ziegler is a perfect example). Yet, Wilmering has come back better than ever. He has a bright future ahead of him.

Yep....Deserves a contract...the lad can play.

(Aspro is just now showing the form he had with us. Had a good game against the smurfs.)

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How good is Wilmering with Robertson strategy over Babbels. I remember criticising the poor kid that he had nothing going forward and looked average. But since the ACL and under Robertson I could never imagine that Wilmering has a left peg so accurate. Could easily become one of if not the best crossers in the league.

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