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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners
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    Date: 06/04/21
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:05PM EST
    Round: 15
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
    Stadium: Western Sydney Stadium

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    If there's no changes at halftime either formation or subs then for mine the only person that should go to Newcastle should be the coach. 

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    While CR plays 3 at the back we won't win jack.  Not going to win this the way we are playing. Too slow to transition from defence to attack. Mariners have time to get defenders behind the ball. Ibini and Troisi are too slow. Even Duke looks out of sorts. 

    :sorry:

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    1 minute ago, sonar said:

    While CR plays 3 at the back we won't win jack.  Not going to win this the way we are playing. Too slow to transition from defence to attack. Mariners have time to get defenders behind the ball. Ibini and Troisi are too slow. Even Duke looks out of sorts. 

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    This.

    During the 20th minute, Ibini and Muller were standing too far wide and Duke was in the middle chasing their defenders around. If Muller and Ibini are going to stand out wide, just ******* play 4-2-3-1 for **** sake...

    The other issue is did Troisi get the memo that he is supposed to be playing as a CDM tonight? there's been a few times he is a bit too far up the field.

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    15 minutes ago, mack said:

    It's not his fault. His entire career until now has been playing as a right-footed left winger who cuts inside and shoots or makes runs/passes to the strikers.

    If Majewski hadn't been taken out by McGowan we never would have signed him. Then we keep playing 5 at the back and not signing an actual attacking midfielder to play there.

    The real crime is, we have the squad to play him out wide. Instead, Robinson insists on diluting one of our most technically gifted players strengths by playing him out of position.

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    23 minutes ago, Dugongs said:

    Harsh on Margush, he was left super exposed by the back three. No coherency, no tracking of players, no communication. Appalling.

    The goal wasn't his fault (it started with Wilmering being caught out of position and ended with Natta & McGowan's poor defending) but his role wasn't great. Simon was running away from goal and 10 yards out. Simon said it on his half-time interview that it made up his mind. This is the A-League not the Premier league. Most strikers here can't even finish a 1 on 1 with the keeper from 20 yards out in front and no defenders. Margush's best feature with us has been his shot stopping (he isn't great in the air, doesn't seem to marshal the defence much, his distribution is medicore) and he took himself out of the equation by rushing out.

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    Just now, WSWJACK said:

    Can we sign Sam Kerr please

    I'd take Lisa De Vanna ahead of most of our attacking options right now.

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    2 minutes ago, WSWJACK said:

    Can we sign Sam Kerr please

     

    1 minute ago, mack said:

    I'd take Lisa De Vanna ahead of most of our attacking options right now.

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    Love the way they stroll through our mid field. Like watching 6 year old that think they're gonna get hurt.

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    3 minutes ago, WHACKO said:

    Robbo would still play them out of position. 

    Sam would be a great keeper.

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    8 minutes ago, WHACKO said:

    Surprise surprise no changes. 

    According to CR all we need is a few cleaner passes !!!

    He must be watching another game.

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    1 minute ago, WSWJACK said:

    Get Muller off now

    I don't think he's even had his name said this half.

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    First I thought Ton-ick was the new Ramos, now Ka-wol is the new Ronaldo...... how I love FoxSports.

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    McGowan...If you're worried about giving away a penalty as a central defender then you're in the wrong job.

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    Mcgowan bailed out by a teenager. Jesus, what an awful player.

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    Is Robinson telling our team to slow down at every single chance even though we're a goal down? Baccus just got run down by Tongyik, then Kamau just got run down by Clisby. It's pathetic.

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