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    Wellington Phoenix vs Western Sydney Wanderers 17/03/2019 7:00PM


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    Wellington Phoenix vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 17/03/19
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:00PM
    Round: 22
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Wellington, New Zealand
    Stadium: Westpac Stadium

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    Well I can’t be stuffed watching the sydney game, if they win then I’ll be annoyed and if they lose I’ll be annoyed by how we have just pissed our chance to go close to 6 away 

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    Just now, StringerBellend said:

    Well I can’t be stuffed watching the sydney game, 

    Neither can ESFC fans going by the crowd...bad weather yeah...but still...

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    The lack of urgency, intent, hunger and desperation that should be the hallmark of any wanderers team was sadly missing... And that goes for the coaching staff as well, sitting on their arses while watching misplaced passes, give away possession, and take wrong option after wrong option... That was an inept performance and given what a win would have meant, another completely deflating one... Sadly it's BAU it seems...

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    6 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Neither can ESFC fans going by the crowd...bad weather yeah...but still...

    As above I doubt we are in any position to comment in other teams crowds, can you imagine how bad the derby is going to be 

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    11 minutes ago, LetsPele said:

    . And that goes for the coaching staff as well, sitting on their arses chewing gum while watching misplaced passes
    , give away possession, and take wrong option after wrong option... That was an inept performance and given what a win would have meant, another completely deflating one... Sadly it's BAU it seems...

    Fixed.

    Couldn't agree more!

    I know nothing about anything....but it seems to totally lack any degree of passion to see coaching staff sitting on their arses as you say!

    Get up.... encourage or yell at your players if need be....but don't sit there like a block of effing wood!

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    Lazy effort by at least 50% of the team. The other 50%, who actually give a toss,  have no chance magicking a win when contending with poor passes, poor positioning and poor mentality from the waste of space rest of the team

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