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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC 13/04/2019 7:50PM


    mack
    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Sydney FC
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    Date: 13/04/19
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EST
    Round: 25
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Olympic Stadium

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    Majok on to first touch it into the net.

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    **** me Majok is useless

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    Majok FFS your fast remember so ******* move!

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    Put Gallifuoco up front , he’s got better close ball control than Riera or Majok 

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    Majok and Duke on a different planet.

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    1 minute ago, wendybr said:

    5 minutes?????.

    ESFC time

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    1 minute ago, wendybr said:

    5 minutes?????.

    SFC need a win. Of course there's going to be a lot of stoppage time.

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    Agh remember the good old days when we knew how to play on the break? 

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    9 minutes ago, mack said:

    Majok on to first touch it into the net.

    :lol:

     

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    Reasons to be happy

    We didnt lose

    ESFC have lost the plate

    Brosque is ****ed

    Were going home to Parra

    Stadium open day tomorrow :)

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    .....we didn't deserve to lose.....better team second half........

    Edited by sonar

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    pretty happy with a draw tbh, i think a draw was deserved

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    I look forward to Corica saying that they should have won it with that Le Fondre chance at the end.

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    5 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Reasons to be happy

    We didnt lose

    ESFC have lost the plate

    Brosque is ****ed

    Were going home to Parra

    Stadium open day tomorrow :)

    Throw in the SFC players look like they're on the verge of tears....esp Grant.

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