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    Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers 16/2/2019 7:20PM


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    Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 16/02/19
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 19
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Adelaide, South Australia
    Stadium: Coopers Stadium

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    Happy as a Schwein in Schweisse!!!!

    those pessimists with the 10 in a row; I’m starting to believe 🔴😃

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    3 minutes ago, mack said:

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    its funny how i didnt notice that in the live broadcast but when i look back its clear to see :p

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    1 hour ago, HillsPanther said:

    All they need is to stop turning over the ball. Unfortunately they don't have skills to step around the opposition. Just play the safe passes.

    Holding onto the ball better in the second half. They must be checking out this forum.

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    46 minutes ago, Xfactor said:

    With visa players so hit and miss Roly simply needs to be given a new deal

     

    13 minutes ago, redpanther61 said:

    wtf,  Wanderers win and Rolly the man of the match

    Resign, resign and resign. He's been our best all season.

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    39 minutes ago, pseudonym said:

    never mind

    (Opens Fridge. Cuts slice of humble pie).

    To be fair it was a close call whether to replace Majok or Kamau

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    Hey, ny Bro’s been OS for the last 2 games that we have won. He is a foundation member like me . Should  I tell him to stay away for the next 1000000000000000 years !

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    1 minute ago, redpanther61 said:

    Hey, ny Bro’s been OS for the last 2 games that we have won. He is a foundation member like me . Should  I tell him to stay away for the next 1000000000000000 years !

    Call someone and tell them to burn his passport...

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    29 minutes ago, Jefski said:

    2 min + and counting. Tick, tick, tick

    Haha, right at that time I was saying just that.

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