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    Melbourne Victory vs Western Sydney Wanderers 31/03/2018 7:50PM


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    Melbourne Victory vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 31/03/18
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 25
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Melbourne, Victoria
    Stadium: AAMI Park

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    46 minutes ago, WHACKO said:

    Janjetovic

    Risdon    Hamill    Thwaite   Llorente

    Baccus (Jnr)    Lustica    Baccus (Snr)

    Cejudo    Reira   Ikon

    Nick Fitzgerald would make all the difference wouldn’t he 

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    39 minutes ago, WSWBoro said:

    **** you modern technology...out of town...quiet rural area, no fox but yet have wifi and can watch the ******* game on tv.....uggggghhhhhhh. 

    Do you have to go as far as the ******* Simpson desert to get away from the Wanderers these days.

    You aren't missing the Wanderers...you're missing us!  :xnod:

    :lol: :lol:

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    Reira is angry already in the tunnel.

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    Good first 2mins, lol. Show us some passion lads

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    1 minute ago, EmMac said:

    Good first 2mins, lol. Show us some passion lads

     Best 5 mins of the season  , what could go wrong from here . 

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    6 minutes ago, tardotz said:

    Hey we had a shot at goal

    Was it on target? I was finishing dinner.

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    i know its been less than 10 minutes but its amazing how much better we look without roly

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    3 minutes ago, mack said:

    Was it on target? I was finishing dinner.

    Yeah central and not too dangerous but still a stop at goals ...better than last week.

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    Just now, beatsurrender said:

    The Hammer just gets better :)

    Yeah but he’s off a low baseline .

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    1 minute ago, beatsurrender said:

    The Hammer just gets better :)

    One of very few positives this season

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    its honestly been an enjoyable match to watch tbh, no roly to pass it back every 3 seconds

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    My thoughts so far: 

    why is there active support if NT have been disbanded? 

    Muscat could play one of the troll things in lord of the rings without any special effects make up

    Edited by MajorMelons

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    Putting in a good effort which is what we want to see, but can see us running out of puff by 60" plus victards are quality on the counter attack.

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    The victory have always had a second group at the other end who are more English style. Plus some people are doing a kind of NT group but they are avoiding the active area because they want to stay in general admission.

    It's in something of a stand off because the club don't want to allow general admission back behind the goal and the active aren't going back while it remains member only.

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    looking alright so far. moving it quicker and actually putting a challenge in

    Edited by lloydy136

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    12 minutes ago, MajorMelons said:

    My thoughts so far: 

    why is there active support if NT have been disbanded? 

    Muscat could play one of the troll things in lord of the rings without any special effects make up

    They've been singing during the last few games...and the atmosphere has been great down there since they started winning.

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