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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Newcastle Jets 15/20/2020 7:30PM


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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Newcastle Jets
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    Date: 15/02/20
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:30PM EDT
    Round: 19
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Parramatta, New South Wales
    Stadium: Western Sydney Stadium

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    Our last win over the jets was on the 1st April 2017 (3-0 away)

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    Absolutely no reason to be losing this game. We have a full and fit squad, the dud is gone and jets have had a worse season than us.

    Muller has been improving significantly each week, Cox looked okay in his first outing (if a little lazy). These two seemed to work well together even if the range was out a few times, Cox got into good positions where muller was expecting him to be
     

    Cox and Duke up front means no Yeboah which is a fantastic outcome.

    Back line is starting to look solid again.

    Our huge risk is doing the patented Wanderers “lol I’m going to sleep” in the 75th minute

     

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    4 hours ago, Paul01 said:

    Our last win over the jets was on the 1st April 2017 (3-0 away)

    Wow seriously. I think I was at that one. The Cornthwaite double?

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    Got a got feeling we'll see an NTS own goal and then he'll remember that he plays for the Jets and not us anymore. (I miss him sometimes)

    Would love to see a Mo Adam goal but either way, just 3 the points...no excuses

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    Forecast for Saturday

    Partly Cloudy, medium chance of showers, medium to high chance of thunderstorm, most likely in the late afternoon or early evening, max temperature of 29 degrees.

    I think is going to be very muggy

     

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    Referee: Shaun Evans :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 1: Owen Goldrick :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 2: Greg Taylor
    Fourth Official: Kurt Ams :ninja:
    VAR: Kris Griffiths-Jones :xmad::nono:

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    2 hours ago, Paul01 said:

    Referee: Shaun Evans :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 1: Owen Goldrick :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 2: Greg Taylor
    Fourth Official: Kurt Ams :ninja:
    VAR: Kris Griffiths-Jones :xmad::nono:

    Shaun Evans wasn't too bad for us against the Mariners, at least its not Kurt Ams who has a secret hatred towards us, but KGJ in the VAR?:woah:

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    22 hours ago, Upthehill said:

    Cox looked okay in his first outing (if a little lazy). 

    From what i saw I wouldn't say lazy just adjusting to the new team style and where he should be i guess but definitely didn't come across lazy to me

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    1 hour ago, Smoggy said:

    Guess so.

     

    2 hours ago, Taurus said:

    Sawft as

    Says the person who wasn't excited for the derby and couldn't be bothered to go because of it. 

    "I've never been less excited for a Derby.

    Cbf, going to watch our bunch of primadonnas get owned, to be honest."

     :lol:

    Edited by THEWANDERERSPOST

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    4 hours ago, Smoggy said:

    Smog Junior is away this weekend and can't be bothered going on my own.

    Come join us Smogster, you can sit in between Wendy & me :lol:

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    At least the ground looks good.

    Just have have put Petratos and Thurgate on the a****es

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    7 hours ago, Paul01 said:

    Referee: Shaun Evans :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 1: Owen Goldrick :ninja:
    Assistant Referee 2: Greg Taylor
    Fourth Official: Kurt Ams :ninja:
    VAR: Kris Griffiths-Jones :xmad::nono:

    Sounds like me when I'm on the pokies and waiting to get a 5 of a kind during a free spin.

    YES
    YES!
    YES!!
    YES!!!
    F*CK!

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    5 hours ago, Smoggy said:

    Out ....

    Smog Junior is away this weekend and can't be bothered going on my own.

    Mate come the pub prior usually loads of seats in our bay 

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    No safe standing @ tonight’s matildas game , must be getting switched over for Saturday’s game . 

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    1 hour ago, Dmtd said:

    No safe standing @ tonight’s matildas game , must be getting switched over for Saturday’s game . 

    Correct

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    10 hours ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

     

    Says the person who wasn't excited for the derby and couldn't be bothered to go because of it. 

    "I've never been less excited for a Derby.

    Cbf, going to watch our bunch of primadonnas get owned, to be honest."

     :lol:

    Home games get me excited, coz I get to catch up, eat pizza & drink ales with plenty of homies.

    Trips to Kogarah don't do it for me, sorry. Even Allianz lost it's appeal towards the end, but I kept attending. 

    ICYMI, I've attended WSW NPL trials games v's Sutho at Seymour Shaw (Miranda) on Saturday & v's Apia at WSW COE on Wednesday, since the Derby was called off. I got drenched on both occasions, but the spirit & desire on display, made it worth the effort. 

    Next NPL trial v's SpiritFC is at Christie Park on Sunday evening, I'll see you there.

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    1 hour ago, Taurus said:

    Home games get me excited, coz I get to catch up, eat pizza & drink ales with plenty of homies.

    Trips to Kogarah don't do it for me, sorry. Even Allianz lost it's appeal towards the end, but I kept attending. 

    ICYMI, I've attended WSW NPL trials games v's Sutho at Seymour Shaw (Miranda) on Saturday & v's Apia at WSW COE on Wednesday, since the Derby was called off. I got drenched on both occasions, but the spirit & desire on display, made it worth the effort. 

    Next NPL trial v's SpiritFC is at Christie Park on Sunday evening, I'll see you there.

    Fair play :clapping:

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