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    Wellington Phoenix vs Western Sydney Wanderers 3/11/2018 7:35PM


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    Wellington Phoenix vs Western Sydney Wanderers
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    Date: 03/11/18
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:35PM EDT
    Round: 3
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Wellington, New Zealand
    Stadium: Westpac Stadium

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    Majok replaces Tongyik on the bench according to Twitter. 

    That means we don’t have any defenders on the bench. 

    Edited by MajorMelons

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    Hmm. Tongyik out after warm-up, Majok in. Sounds like we took a risk bringing him over to sit on the bench if required, and the risk failed.

    Our team might be a little fitter on the park but we're having a bigger problem getting them on it. Llorente won't be 100% either.

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    Wow that wind :shok:

    Maybe keep it on the ground a bit more than usual

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    if wellington can't provide better weather than this then its got to be Nix Out!

    Edited by lloydy136

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    I saw the maccas logo and immediately thought that was going to get chalked off. 

    Nice work Bruce to cut that back. 

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    Well done Roly & Kamau.....great balll.....COYW

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    I would so take Nichols back, hardworking box to box midfielder that gets stuck in. back. :ninja:

    Edited by wengerboy

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    baumjohann is an absolute boss of a footballer. best creative player we have had since shinji.

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    9 minutes ago, lloydy136 said:

    baumjohann is an absolute boss of a footballer. best creative player we have had since shinji.

    him feeding Kamau and Bonevacia down the flanks is both entertaining and effective.

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    12 minutes ago, beatsurrender said:

    Bloody hell. This is the best we have played since... well since....I can't remember....

    For movement and passing the best since Popa left....encouraging...

    Next requirement...be ruthless and see this game through...

    Edited by Smoggy

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    Just now, Smoggy said:

    For movement and passing the best since Popa left....encouraging...

    Best since our GF year....2015/16.......we did a lot of passing in 2016/17 with no go forward.......last year the same...

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    3 minutes ago, sonar said:

    Best since our GF year....2015/16.......we did a lot of passing in 2016/17 with no go forward.......last year the same...

    Last season we would just make pointless ineffective passes down dead-ends...softly turn it over and get picked off...we were piss weak. This first half had purpose and intent...we almost looked like a professional football side again and not that ******* pub team we were last year lol

    Also no Sotirio = better side...its not hard...

    Edited by Smoggy

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    Just now, Smoggy said:

    Last season we would just make pointless ineffective passes down dead-ends...softly turn it over and get picked off...we were piss weak. This first half had purpose and intent...we almost looked like a professional football side again and not that ******* pub team we were last year lol

    ...I add the season before as well....we JUST made the six.

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    Need the security of the second goal because with this wind a freak goal is always possible....ask Covic 😊

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    **** yeah.

    we are absolutely dominating these clowns. camped in their half, purposeful incisive passing, control of midfield.

    Edited by lloydy136

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    How good is it not to have VAR interfere..........( unless you're ESFC...! )

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    One positive is that sotirio isn't a patch on Kamau.  Had JS had that pull back for the first goal he would have knocked it out for a throw in

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