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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners 9/02/2019 5:35PM


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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners
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    Date: 09/02/19
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 5:35PM EDT
    Round: 18
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Showground

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    There's already a team playing there that's done nothing since the 80's except collect spoons.

    I'd be very surprised if we didn't come last this season though.

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    I am going to Tropfest, so out. That's two home games missed. Looks like i have to go to the derby 

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    Risdon ruled out with injury. He'll miss four weeks. 

    AB10 and Ziegler back in the squad. 

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    43 minutes ago, EmMac said:

    I am going to Tropfest, so out. That's two home games missed. Looks like i have to go to the derby 

    Come the game you will get everything Tropfest can offer

    comedy 

    tragedy

    average acting 

    youll laugh, you’ll cry...

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    13 minutes ago, DCWSW said:

    Risdon ruled out with injury. He'll miss four weeks. 

    AB10 and Ziegler back in the squad. 

    Bridge only 1 week away now !!

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    1 hour ago, MartinTyler said:

    Bridge only 1 week away now !!

    Unbelievable!  Do we have statutory declarations and sworn statements?

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    More unbelievable is that we don't get .Gillett, Barriero, green or Beath as match officials and no Griffiths-Jones as VAR. One deads**** as Assistant (that's Greenshields)

    Referee: Shaun Evans
    Assistant Referee 1: Lance Greenshields
    Assistant Referee 2: Kearney Robinson
    Fourth Official: Adrian Arndt
    VAR: Kurt Ams

    Das Gut 

    Ziggy and Treejack. Das extra gut.

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    13 minutes ago, Paul01 said:

    More unbelievable is that we don't get .Gillett, Barriero, green or Beath as match officials and no Griffiths-Jones as VAR. One deads**** as Assistant (that's Greenshields)

    Referee: Shaun Evans
    Assistant Referee 1: Lance Greenshields
    Assistant Referee 2: Kearney Robinson
    Fourth Official: Adrian Arndt
    VAR: Kurt Ams

    Das Gut 

    Ziggy and Treejack. Das extra gut.

    Greenshields is the least of our worries.  Shaun Evans used to be good but has been brainwashed by the referees establishment. How Kurt Ams got any more a league appointments after his performance a couple of weeks ago is beyond me. I have no confidence that we will get a fair shake on Saturday. 

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    We have a choice of games to attend, with the NPL2 (u20's) playing a trial game in Turramurra on Sat night

    r5tklVIf.jpg:large

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    In +3, although one is a  Mariners fan. Does she count?  ;)

    Edited by beatsurrender

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    17 minutes ago, beatsurrender said:

    In +3, although one is a  Mariners fan. Does she count?  ;)

    They all count if we are going to get to 6k

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    4 hours ago, MartinTyler said:

    Bridge only 1 week away now !!

    Yes, but it will be 1 week for the next 8 weeks.

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    2 hours ago, Wanderboy said:

    Yes, but it will be 1 week for the next 8 weeks.

    Yes, take in to account the time it took to go from 2 weeks to 1 week he should be ready for the around the final few minutes of the season...

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    5 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Yes, take in to account the time it took to go from 2 weeks to 1 week he should be ready for the around the final few minutes of the season...

    Where he'll injure himself again after 30 secs because he came back too early.....lol

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    8 hours ago, Paul01 said:

    More unbelievable is that we don't get .Gillett, Barriero, green or Beath as match officials and no Griffiths-Jones as VAR. One deads**** as Assistant (that's Greenshields)

    Referee: Shaun Evans
    Assistant Referee 1: Lance Greenshields
    Assistant Referee 2: Kearney Robinson
    Fourth Official: Adrian Arndt
    VAR: Kurt Ams

    Das Gut 

    Ziggy and Treejack. Das extra gut.

    We want get them now, because the damage has been done, fixed by the FFA

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    On 06/02/2019 at 10:00 AM, Sime11 said:

    I was in the same boat, but im attending this game... so to offset me attending (loss) to you not attending (win) = Draw on Saturday.

    tbh id take a 0-0 bore draw - I will celebrate a clean sheet as if it was a win :P 

    So will Vedran

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    On 07/02/2019 at 11:37 AM, MartinTyler said:

    Bridge only 1 week away now !!

    Which year though? :shok:

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    We desperately need Bridgey back. His leadership is underrated.

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    8 minutes ago, Midfielder said:

    Interesting to see if the new kids get some game time...

    Mariners link about them if interested.

    https://www.ccmariners.com.au/news/mariners-land-sheffield-united-duo-loan

     

    Club info on Gem ... h looks on paper an excellent signing...

    https://www.ccmariners.com.au/news/karacans-hunger-restore-winning-culture

     

     

    Old mate Karacan will find Gosford stadium a touch different from The Den !!  Didn't he almost get red carded last week?

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    I must say, I'm quite surprised with the weather tonight. The storm usually arrives in game day. 

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    2 minutes ago, Jefski said:

    I must say, I'm quite surprised with the weather tonight. The storm usually arrives in game day. 

    Don't worry.....storms predicted for tomorrow arvo and evening as well.

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    12 minutes ago, Burgerman said:

    Out, battle for last isn't worth going to Homebush 

    Go to Turramurra & watch the youff play

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    1 hour ago, Neverbloom said:

    matt simon hattrick?

    Don't say that. Of all the things that can go wrong, that's the worst scenario. 

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    8 minutes ago, Jefski said:

    Don't say that. Of all the things that can go wrong, that's the worst scenario. 

    Only if his third goal is in the 94th minute! ;)

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    1 hour ago, wendybr said:

    Only if his third goal is in the 94th minute! ;)

    🤬🤬🤬

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    10 hours ago, Jefski said:

    🤬🤬🤬

    Sydney trains trip planner shows no trains to Olympic Park. Bus trip from Strathfield if you plan catch public transport. 

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