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    Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers 20/4/2019 7:50PM


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    Central Coast Mariners vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 20/04/19
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EST
    Round: 26
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Gosford, New South Wales
    Stadium: Central Coast Stadium

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    I've changed my mind..i dont want the first game back at Parra agsinst CCM.

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    Hamill had better be in a body cast tomorrow. You’re losing, in stoppage time and have no subs left. Tough it out captain.

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    1 minute ago, DamnedUnited said:

    What a low life coward captain to walk out on us

    Thats the thing though..he isnt a captain...never has been captain material.

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    Playing like players that can’t wait the season to end plus they know their careers at the club are over :nono:

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    Yep ok Majok can’t even hit the target from about 7 metres out

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    MAJOK hahahaha...lol he isnt a real footballer right?

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    Hamill should be sacked immediately. League players have stayed on with broken jaws and arms and this f%## walks out. Keep walking to Centrelink you d$#=

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    that is what you have to look forward to mariners fans next season

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    To all of you who went to Gosford...

    :grouphug::grouphug:

    You deserved much better.

    Safe travels back!

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    Majok getting in some early practice belting the ball over the bar onto the Central Coast Highway?

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    Dirty Mariners chunts. We were poor though...worryingly so...You dont want performances like that when trying to get this ficking club back on track.

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    Why are we rushing to take free kicks now? Where was the urgency n desire from the first minute????

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    Stop renewing  memberships and feeding the owners money.

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    Manager has to take some of the blame for that performance. They played as if they hadn't prepared. Watch this game and you see the story of our season. What's the bet we come out and compete against Victory. We have against Perth and ESFC who are the top two. Season end can't come quick enough.

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    Discraceful

    Worst trip to CCM ever. Give me my money back......

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    6 minutes ago, sonar said:

    Manager has to take some of the blame for that performance. They played as if they hadn't prepared. Watch this game and you see the story of our season. What's the bet we come out and compete against Victory. We have against Perth and ESFC who are the top two. Season end can't come quick enough.

    Ageed...Babbel deffinately takes some blame here for sure. 

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    Reports were Hamill was concussed. He didn't walk out lol.

    If anything he remained on the pitch for too long.

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    Babel saying Hamill couldn't see the ball.

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    1 minute ago, Erebus said:

    Reports were Hamill was concussed. He didn't walk out lol.

    If anything he remained on the pitch for too long.

    Yep.......I think by  FFA/FIFA laws they have to do a H.I.A by doctors. Thats why they go down the tunnel straight to the change rooms.

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    1 minute ago, wendybr said:

    Babel saying Hamill couldn't see the ball.

    You could argue he's like that most games........:ninja:

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    I am so over the sh-t performances of team this season and the questionable substitutions by Babbel. The management and team have sucked he heart and soul out of this club.We will try and regroup when we go to  our new home but the club and team need to show a commitment to mach that of their fans.

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    So the only Wanderers team to lose this weekend was the A-league team with the NPL2 teams winning and the academy teams winning except the u16s who drew.

    A few points.

    Greenwood not at fault for the first goal 

    Second goal was the result of poor positioning.

    Third goal abysmal defending.

    Looks like Duke picked up an injury..

    The team was second to ball on most occasions.

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    41 minutes ago, mack said:

    We're playing Hamill up front. He thinks he's Vidic :rofl:

    Guess that's why he went up front, he got concussed and thought he was actually Viduka.

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    I went to rockdale tonight.

    Our NPL2 team is a much better option

     

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    12 minutes ago, mack said:

    Guess that's why he went up front, he got concussed and thought he was actually Viduka.

    I thought Pearce fouled him like Greenwood did but connected better. 

    No foul though.

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