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  1. 25 points
    Ossified

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    FMD, What a marathon effort this is. If he was contracted to the SMURFS...By now he would have had his Citizenship papers plus 2 Orders of Australia, 2 gold logies, a Miles Franklin and an Au Pair in a Pear tree.. just to name a few.
  2. 24 points
    ZachMercer

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Australian football journalism rule number 1. All articles must include SFC even when there is no relevance.
  3. 21 points
    Okay, back from tonight's Member Committee Meeting & here's some notes etc I took during the discussion. There ma be some items, issues that I have missed out on or misconstrued, however other forum members who were there can help flesh out or correct what I am posting: Red membership at Wanderland 2.0 is maxxed out...there are nominally no spaces left there Zeigler is still not an Aussie citizen but this is being worked on. All are happy with his attitude & work since last season's injury woes Target membership for 2019/20 is 22K. The club is looking at bringing back the seat resale system as we had at Pirtek, however the dynamics, system is yet to be worked out A new member's loyalty scheme is also being developed, with the uts & bolts to be worked on. Thinking is the point system was unfair With the return to Parra the club is working on developing a 'whole Parra' experience...more activities, engagement, banners etc around Parra on game day and at Wanderland 2.0 Public transport will again be integrated with membership and ticketing The march is hopefully going to return The club is in ongoing talks with the active supporter groups and these discussions have been described as good There are poles that will be/are located in front of the northern end active section of Wanderland 2.0 that may be used for Tifos etc Safe standing area is fully subscribed 1880 club for the rich end of memberships = $1190 & has a few unique bennies Next teir down in premium memberships is Gold Star ($790 full, $370 upgrade) Members will be receiving some unique merch/souveniers including a commemorative key for returning back to Parra & loyalty key rings for 3 or 5 year contnuous membership Quality of membership packs is being improved All member pack kit for foundation members will show such status 2/3rd of all tickets for Leeds game have been sold We get the exact kick oftime tomorrow & negotiations are ongoing for a TV broadcaster (I asked who & no comment) 14000 Wanderkids packs will be made available for grassroots distribution Female sizes in kits etc are limited due to demand, however they are trying to improve the availability time frame (last season an issue was sponsorship) This is the last cycle of the current Nike contract...it may or may not change, negotiations are ongoing We will have 2 entirely new shirts this season...we were able to have 3 last season as we recycled the basic away shirt from 2017/18. Possibility of safe pyro is still to be organised...club is talking with Foti firewroks Club is still working with both Parra LAC & Venues NSW re security. Some optimism from the suits but...well, yeah...we'll see Much more focus being placed on fan activation and entertainment around Wanderland 2.0 precinct planned First round will be October 12th and draw is still to be finalised. Don't be surprised to see and hear similar stuff as the upcoming members forum
  4. 21 points
    Davo

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    He was so far out of the penalty area he wasn't in the camera shot.
  5. 19 points
    Taurus

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    The UNBELIEVABLE plan is, we're going to score more goals than our opponents
  6. 19 points
    mack

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Had a strop on the rest of the season after being hooked in the derby and proved that he didn't have the heart to fight like we needed. Now he has the benefit of soft officiating he'll be able to cruise around doing nothing off the ball and being bailed out on the ball with non stop fouls given on him. If he has another bad season the Smurf fans will excoriate him. Babbel released him for a combination of mentality and lack of effort, not a lack of talent. We needed Ono 2 but got Saba 2 instead.
  7. 18 points
    Craig Foster gets my vote - advocate for football - great communicator - knowledge of the game - knows international admin of football - has great suits - fantastic hair - well kept beard - I love him in a mostly hetro way
  8. 17 points
    Erebus

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Don't see why we would waste our time buying and throwing plastic snakes at AB10? He didn't jump ship, MB didn't offer him another contract. Its not like the Vedran situation at all. My response to him at the derby will be complete and utter indifference. Its not as if he won the hearts of all WSW fans and this feels like a betrayal. I'd rather focus on our team to finally dominate and get the W in a derby. We all said last season that he needed people on his wavelength to be effective. Whether he gets that at SFC will be seen. Those comments in the interview are generic af these days as every single new signing says that about their new club.
  9. 16 points
    Wanderboy

    Western Sydney Stadium Open

    2009 actually. And yeh, the Storm cheated their way to the win. That was the beginning of my loss of interest in the NRL. I used to be an Eels season ticket holder for years - during the 80's and 90's. Spent much of my youth at the old Cumberland Oval before the first upgrade. I haven't been to an Eels game for about 5 seasons now. I'll be going to the game vs the Warriors on the 27th to catch up with some old friends who are coming from interstate. My dream was for there always to be a successful football club playing out of Parra Stadium. When the Power came along, I supported them religiously but they were a joke even though the Eels and the Leagues Club poured a lot of money into them. Then, when the A-League started, I wanted football to become hugely successful in this country so attended occasional ESFC games when I could only because I wanted to follow the local team and had no other real choice. It was a start. I now need to go and have a shower and cleanse myself for saying that. Then, in 2012, my/our world changed for the better. We finally had our own team, in Parramatta and I have been addicted ever since. I've never looked back, and tbh, I couldn't have wished for it to have turned out better. I still watch the Eels every week, but the point of difference these days is I pour all my money into the Wanderers (merchandise, season tickets, away games etc....). I'm so hoping that next season will be a repeat, if not better than, season 1.
  10. 15 points
    Wanderland 2.0 will be rocking on Saturday night Red and Black Bloc 19 mins · ** WSW vs LEEDS ** Saturday 20th July. 7pm kick off @ Bankwest stadium The dawn of hopefully a new era as we return back to our rightful home for the first time in over 2 years. Whilst this may be an exhibition match on paper, there is no such thing when it comes to wearing the red and black of Western Sydney. Pre drinks for this game will be at the Collector Hotel (100 George st, parramatta) from 3pm & March details will come out later in the week. The time to reclaim the mantle as best fans in the league begins this weekend. #wsw #west #wanderers #rbb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzyuf5P--fY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0MVoNRbIvNB0Ha7oEcgSHJWZU-NM8-N3X05iGaL8uapxdDINky08DUcF8
  11. 15 points
    I’m sure if he takes up a part time job as someone’s Au Pair then maybe the process will happen quicker?
  12. 15 points
    mack

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Berisha scored a winning goal and still wanted to head down the tunnel for a fight with a Smurf. When Santa left we lost that kind of determination up front. WSW have scored 275 goals in the A-League. Berisha on his own has 106. We've also conceded 275 so our all time A-League goal difference is zero. Berisha is Australian and will at worst take one marquee spot and we need at least two strikers. The Ziggy citizenship issue could mean we don't even have a foreign player in negotiations for the second spot. If Babbel thinks his fitness level is still good then I see little downside to signing him.
  13. 14 points
  14. 14 points
    btron3000

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    We used to reminisce about great play on the field. Now we reminisce about when we used to dream about good players. Two more years we’ll be reminiscing about how good our reminiscing used to be.
  15. 14 points
    Carns

    FFA Failure: The Sunset Of David Gallop

    It was a terrible, reactionary policy to begin with. It was based on fear that if the ethnic clubs showed their heritage it would lead to the bad old days of the NSL. It was a policy that was also never consistent (Anglo-Saxon or Jewish teams (like Lowy's team Hakoah) could proudly display their heritage) and alienated many football fans. It should never have been implemented, and it is a good thing it is gone. Football should be proud of it's heritage and multiculturalism (not so reactionary to people who don't even care about the game).
  16. 13 points
    In cannot wait for a game NOT at SOP
  17. 13 points
    Have you forgotten Star Wars round already?!? ....
  18. 13 points
    I agree. Last season was largely a disaster (certainly finishing 8th) but we were definitely in many of the games and arguably equal or better than opposition for large parts of the game. Inexperience and an inability to finish out games (and the odd brain explosion...) cost us. I look back and recognise we drew 2x with Perth and led them (and matched them) in the other game. We drew with SFC and looked strong against them in the game Snake went berserk and cost us. With a high proportion of kids and a group of 2nd tier imports, we did very well. As Babbel said, we didn't have the squad that will win silverware so they all went out the door. I will be very interested to see what he can do with a more balanced team, with young blokes who have a year more experience and his own selected imports. Good luck to ABJ. He is a bit of a wanker and I can't help feeling the Smurf image of Bling FC is more in line with his own self image. I suspect he felt he was above our team/club and really didn't have the right mentality to represent Westies. He may shine in Bling FC or he may be proven ordinary in this league. I felt that last year he needed better players around him to be effective - he isn't a player who has the capacity to lift a team like Castro or Ninkovic, Broich or Berisha. He needs good players to be good and we just didn't have that. Roly actually was more effective than ABJ in AM. He will have fast players running onto the ball this year and that may work - all he has to do is pass it into space and hope they can do the rest. He may benefit from the Mullet who will do his share of defence and always be around him to get the ball... He will benefit from O'Neill and Brilliante (if still there) pulling off professional fouls and stopping play in the middle - he won't have to defend as much as regular teams who don't get the rub of the ref's whistle. Still I am happier without him as I don't think we would get anything more with our style and players - we need everyone to work hard and can't afford bludgers.
  19. 12 points
    wswnick

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    I guess Sydney FC were pipped too. Off to Turkey
  20. 12 points
    sonar

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    SOP and issues with security/policing have had a lot to do with falling numbers. When you add the clubs poor recruiting and mediocre performances it certainly has added to it. This is an unpopular opinion perhaps but the true diehards have remained "true" to the club regardless of results and venue. The debate here has certainly been robust at times but it's because we all support the club and want success. If we get back to the fighting spirit shown in the first few seasons the fans will come back. Having said that the club has to start beating the likes of the Victory and $murfs consistantly on the field.Putting on a spiritrd performance and losing won't cut it. We have to start beating the top sides not copping 3 or 4 goal defeats.
  21. 12 points
    Ossified

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    I rang my "Fortune Teller" this morning about this, she left a message saying "Office closed today due to unforeseen circumstances."
  22. 12 points
    mack

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Baumjohann could score 20 goals & 40 assists in the regular season and win the player of the year award before beating Archie Thompson's 31 goals in a game record in the grand final against Western United and we would still have been right to get rid of him.
  23. 12 points
    BoyFromTheWest

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Fox Sports are either short of news or completely oblivious to reality! Headline: 'Breaking: Sydney pinch star from A-League rivals in ultimate robbery" Lol!!! Part of the non-story says: 'Despite only finishing eighth in the 2018/19 season, Baumjohann had a breakout season in Sydney’s west, notching up 20 appearances and scoring three goals. He arrives in Steve Corica’s new-look squad with an abundance of experience having made almost 100 appearances in the Bundesliga, most notably with Bayern Munich, Schalke 04, Hertha Berlin and Borussia Monchengladbach.' Did he play elsewhere since us because I am trying to remember a 'breakout season'???!!!
  24. 12 points
    wswtragic

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    So ABJ is now a Smurf? Hope he is as inconsistent for them as he was for us.
  25. 12 points
    hughsey

    Wanderers Members Committee News

    That’s a membership though. And a very expensive one at that. Im talking about what they’re going to do to stop that western side becoming a lifeless black hole of silence. They’re not going to be having 3k corporates filling it every game day, they’re already struggling at eels games. Middle of summer is going to be even harder to get people filling it. People are going to start getting shitty being told that they can only sit there for a small fortune, when hardly anyone is there in the first place...
  26. 12 points
    Taurus

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Get it done MB https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/a-league-trio-on-alert-as-japan-star-okazaki-eyes-australia Premier League-winning Japan star Shinji Okazaki is looking write the next chapter of his career in the A-League, as he prepares to exit Leicester City after four years at the King Power Stadium BY DAVE LEWIS Having flirted with Sydney FC a year ago, the livewire attacker’s availability is likely to elicit interest from Melbourne Victory, Western Sydney Wanderers and Western United - all three of whom are on the lookout for x-factor signings. Having made his 119th appearance for his country on Tuesday against Ecuador at the 2019 Copa America, the impish and electric Okazaki remains a potent presence, even at the age of 33. The Sky Blues sought to sign him in a dollar-for-dollar deal utilising FFA’s marquee treasure chest - currently believed to stand at around $1.4 million - but the ruling body instead opted to partially fund compatriot Keisuke Honda’s one-season stint at Melbourne Victory. It’s unclear how deep clubs would need to dig to bring him to the A-League, but it would be significantly less than the estimated $2.9 million lavished on Honda. A fan favourite at Leicester - where he made 36 appearances during their fairytale title surge in 2015-2016 - Okasaki was a peripheral figure last season with all but one of his 21 appearances coming off the bench. He has reached a mutual understanding with coach Brendan Rodgers on his release and views the A-League as a viable vehicle leading into the 2022 FIFA World Cup, as he chases down Yasuhito Endo’s record tally of 152 caps. With his 50 goals for his country the third highest, he is showing few signs of easing up and his representatives are confident he would be a revelation in the A-League. Boasting a career portfolio which also includes Bundesliga spells at Stuttgart and Mainz, Okazaki also spent six seasons at Shimizu S-Pulse and his fame in his homeland arguably rivals that of Honda, whose Victory spell began brightly but finished limply. With compatriot Shinji Ono still a revered figure at Wanderers nearly five years after his departure, he might be a good fit for the team’s Bankwest Stadium debut next season. Coach Markus Babbel has a visa spot available, whilst Victory are looking to fill the void left by Kosta Barbarouses’ departure and Western United are in the hunt for a glamour signing after missing out on former France international Samir Nasri.
  27. 12 points
    hughsey

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Neville was a great asset. I’d take him back too. If we want to single players out for poor crossing then you’d be asking two thirds of the league to take a ticket and form an orderly line...
  28. 12 points
    bombagol

    Wanderers Members Committee News

    I was looking for the thread about the members' forum on Tue 9 July at Bankwest Stadium, but couldn't find one, so I posted this here. (Mack - Feel free to move it to the right thread if you wish.) Is anyone going to the members' forum? What questions have you already submitted to the Club? (You can submit questions when you book your place.) I sent them this: The upcoming season is critical in the Club's history - you must get things right both on-field and off-field if you want the fans to return to the games and to bring back the atmosphere on match days that we have sadly lost over the past 3 years. The on-field matters are for the coaching and technical staff to sort out. I'm interested in the off-field initiatives you have to get fans to start to care and be interested in coming to games again. What discussions have you had with stadium security management, FFA and the Parramatta police LAC to ensure that active fans are not overzealously policed and we won't see past mistakes by officials repeated? Will we see a relaxation on limits on large flags, instruments, megaphones, tifos, etc or will such pointless restrictions continue? Will you be trialling a 'safe smoke' area like other clubs do (eg: in the MLS in the USA)? How do you propose to attract more active members and how will you encourage them to create the noise, colour and atmosphere that we all love as fans and is the only true differentiator of our football code from the other codes?
  29. 11 points
    Hey guys,from a Perth fan great to see you guys home at long last .The league needs a successful Wanderers side. I was at the Leeds game on Weds and of all the teams that it is likely to kick off it is against Man Utd.The bar by the stadium was shut early as was getting the local gendarmes agitated and the Man Utd fans were getting some serious abuse so bound to kick off inside the stadium with no seperation of fans. Leeds have a good active support so with the RBB in full voice really looking forward to the game!
  30. 11 points
    Taurus

    Merchandise & Playing Kit 2019/20

    I get the edgey launch, but you need to have the wears (in this case a decent kit) to back it up. Btw, whats doing with the nose ring models? I'd support the lads if they were wearing red & black rags, so whilst I'm not a fan of the new kit, so be it
  31. 11 points
    Red & Black members should have received the email about the section. Expectation is anyone in safe standing to be going tonto for the full 90 minutes and the lower sections to be singing. That's not just opening your mouths and whispering the words or pretending to sing, everyone giving 100% no matter what the score. Everyone should know what they're signing up for. There will be flags and 2 sticks, you're not expected to wave them yourself for 90 minutes, take turns get it passed down the row to your mates. If you see it on the ground make and effort to get it picked up and used. No one should be complaining about them blocking their view. If there are tifo materials where you decide to stand, keep them there until instructions have been given out.Don't go moving/playing etc with things, they're there for a reason. Capo and la banda will have their regular spots, don't go and stand there. First time you'll be asked to move nicely, next time may not be so nice. Success of the section hinges on everyone playing their part.
  32. 11 points
  33. 11 points
    The only plague will be 5k west yorkshire twats.
  34. 11 points
    I'm in...tickets booked..photos above did it for me. If i cough up a lung i have another.
  35. 11 points
  36. 11 points
    ZachMercer

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Thumbing through my executive management 101 handbook, I'm reminded that very, very soon = 1 to 2 months.
  37. 11 points
    The "dream" of idiot coalition hacks more like it. Wireless was never intended or designed to be a fixed line substitute. Wireless and Sat had only been intended for about 7% of the population. The rest were meant to get fttp. But Rupert wanted to squash competition for Foxtel, so began his propaganda effort to push via Turnull and Abbott, that they were going to be "agnostic" about the technology, hence the switch to scrap the fttp rollout and use slow copper tech. Big part of that was convincing idiots that "wireless is going to take over so fttp is pointless". Which of course was a lie. Just like everything that's come out of the Murdoch rags or coalition policy in the last 10 years. Followed by the electorate rewarding their lies with back to back to back wins despite having three PMs during the timeframe. Got a tax break though. I'm sure they'll complain when local services get cut and while the cost of living keeps rising but vote them back in three years too. Busted internet, no dental Medicare, expensive education, no pension rises, penalty rates cut, sky high electric prices but somehow the country can afford tax cuts for billionaires and banking & mining megacorps though.
  38. 11 points
    ZachMercer

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Looking forward to our fake news signing announcement today. I'm tipping it's gonna be prodigious Lithuanian striker Ivan Akikalot.
  39. 11 points
    wswtragic

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    In a way I'm glad. It means I won't be conflicted about my opinion on Brattan.
  40. 11 points
    I’ll level with you I think injury permitting he’ll be good for them LeFondre will finish the chances he creates that the likes of Kamau etc butchered His big club statements are stupid but then again in the last three years we’ve finished 6,7 8th and our derby record is embarrassing time for our club to show something rather than talk about it
  41. 11 points
    wswtragic

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Often looked disinterested for us, and despite his stats I wasn't sad to see him go. Not much grace off the field either - should fit in at Muppet FC perfectly.
  42. 11 points
    You are struggling. Don't post from the pub. Current affairs thread ------------------>
  43. 11 points
    Don't joke about that. Ever.
  44. 11 points
    @ManfredSchaefer and @Edinburgh many thanks for sharing that information. We all appreciate it
  45. 11 points
    Well our cup run was good while it lasted
  46. 11 points
    Taurus

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    “Just in the last two or three years we have had the likes of Keanu Baccus, Abraham Majok, Kostandinos Grozos, Tass Mourdoukoutas, Tate Russel, Matieu Cordier, Nick Suman, young Fabian Monge and there’s a couple more to follow shortly. You can add Jack Greenwood & Daniel Wilmering to that list of players, who have figured at AL level. We're verging on having produced a starting 11 from our academy with the likes of Adam, Pagden etc to soon follow Arthur is now free of AL coaching commitments & has been installed as the head coach of the academy. Labi will perform his prior role of Asst Coach to AL squad. He & his team of coaches (Beauchamp, Heff, Cannuli etc) can now concentrate on producing more talented players at our wanderful new training & rehab facilities
  47. 11 points
    Taurus

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    A MUST READ https://footballnsw.com.au/2019/06/25/diles-continues-wanderers-youth-pathway-to-success/?fbclid=IwAR0PKfcXTej__iAE-NFoyCELTmRhaJGG-rU-e9IBckHyTi016HklcZkc1MQ DILES CONTINUES WANDERERS’ YOUTH PATHWAY TO SUCCESS 25 June , 2019 By Football NSW Under the mentorship of Arthur Diles, the Western Sydney Wanderers academy sides continue to thrive as a conveyor belt producing future A-League stars. The former Sydney Olympic, Sydney United, Parramatta Power, Crawley Town and KV Mechelen player has continued to fine-tune his craft as a coach, in order to provide the best possible education for an exciting crop of youngsters at the Western Sydney club. Diles, who joined the Wanderers academy in 2015, believes his experience overseas and discussion with the club’s first team coaches has been key. “Just like playing, coaching is something that you always need developing,” he said. “After doing my coaching education here in Australia I have gone overseas regularly to Europe and visited different clubs and academies to learn and observe how they do things. “I always ask: is it different to what we do over here? How can I implement some things here to keep improving my players?” “I have also been fortunate enough to have some good coaches above me at the Wanderers. “When I first started, Tony Popovic was great as a mentor. “In the last 18 months, Josep (Gombau) and Markus (Babbel) have all helped out as well. “It has been something I have invested a lot of time and money into educating myself to be better.” Diles’ Wanderers side, of which under Football NSW guidelines the vast majority of its first grade outfit must be under the age of 20, currently sit 4th place of the National Premier League Men’s 2 Competition. But as is uncharacteristic of most football clubs, for the head coach results are of secondary importance. “For us, the NPL has been a massive in how it has been able to give young players senior footballing experience,” Diles said. “Over the years we have probably been the youngest team out of the A-League clubs fielding sides in the NPL division, but we’ve been able to produce more players from NPL 2 to our first team than any other club. “I think the additional money, resources and coaching means there is a significant difference between the A-League academies and NPL clubs when it comes to developing footballers. Diles is now familiar with the unique prospect of preparing his youthful outfit to secure results against well-drilled, physical first grade sides while maintaining an emphasis on individual development. “The challenge is how do you get talented young players to compete week in week out against seasoned, experienced men,” he revealed. “We put a lot of emphasis into using Monday to Friday as a development opportunities for our players. “Come the weekend, we want to see the rewards from that and want to see these kids compete and ultimately get rewarded with good performances and good results. “I think that’s currently working for us. “Obviously the good gauge is that when you are up against men, you really get to see where our boys are physically.“That is normally the final step. Sometimes we are technically and tactically better than our opponents, but not always physically and mentally. “In that regard, the NPL is a great springboard for these players to develop mentally and physically, and we are very grateful for it.” The Wanderers have no shortage of examples of youngsters who have progressed through the academy set-up to secure game time in the Hyundai A-League first team. “There have been many,” Diles explained. “Just in the last two or three years we have had the likes of Keanu Baccus, Abraham Majok, Kostandinos Grozos, Tass Mourdoukoutas, Tate Russel, Matieu Cordier, Nick Suman, young Fabian Monge and there’s a couple more to follow shortly. “It’s been massive for us in the last two years, the amount of players that have gone through to the first team through the youth team and the NPL space. “I think we are ahead of all the other clubs in terms of doing that. “That’s a credit to our club and all involved for working hard to develop players, and not just worry about performance and more individual development with the goal of creating professional footballers with our first team.” Western Sydney Wanderers currently sit on top of the National Premier Leagues Men’s 2 Club Championship, a position that as things stand would secure them passage to the top tier of the competition. However, Diles and the Wanderers are not fixated by the prospect of promotion. “To be honest it hasn’t really been spoken about at our club,” he revealed. “In years gone by it hasn’t been something that we have actively looked to achieve. “If that can one day happen, great, but it is not something we train for every day. “Our sole focus is developing our players to become professionals and that is the most important thing. “You can see in the last few years the rewards of that have really paid off and that, for the club, is worth more than anything else.” “For us, if we can be playing finals football come the end of the year that would be a great achievement, because we haven’t done that in the last few years. “But that would be a little team goal that would reward these players for their hard work. “Come the end of the season the most important objective for us is that we have more players closer to the first team.” Diles’ outfit are next in action when they make the short away trip to face second placed Hills United FC at Lily Holmes Stadium on Saturday night. By National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s Reporter Chris Curulli (Twitter handle @ChrisCurulli)
  48. 11 points
    Burgerman

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    Not a lowered gemini, he ain't coming west in that.
  49. 11 points
    stavup

    Western Sydney Stadium Open

    It usually takes me about 4 hours, via the Commercial, The Collector, Wool Pack and the BBC
  50. 10 points
    Davo

    Squad Development 2019/20 Part 1

    I'd take him. Just make a rule that he can't go home from training until he hits ten accurate crosses in a row, Miss one and he starts again. He'll either get good or die of exhaustion and we get an injury replacement player in.
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