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


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    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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    On reflection, I put the loss last week down to dodgy kebabs in Newy. Whole team to be spotted at Watsup brothers in Condell park getting a mixed with the lot & 3-0 win. Vedran to punch Brosque into the net instead of the ball in the 90th for his weekly brainsnap and get a straight red to applause all around.

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    If you need any evidence for just how deflated HAL and WSW are - here it is.

    Only two years ago the derby attracted a 60k crowd at ANZ, and 40k plus at Alliance. Not any longer. Now its family friendly, the ongoing support of ESFC by VAR and refs has left its mark, as has policing and security at both SOP and Moore Park.

    https://www.wswanderersfc.com.au/video/derby-reflections-duke-gallifuoco-and-mahazi

    It's depressing, really.

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    58 minutes ago, lloydy136 said:

    Vedran howler to cost us the game. Nailed on.

     

    If he's picked ?

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    1 hour ago, LeeMarvin said:

    ESFC to score from a dodgy Brosque penalty with controversial VAR decision?

    Now that is nailed on.

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    1 hour ago, LeeMarvin said:

    ESFC to score from a dodgy Brosque penalty with controversial VAR decision?

     

    23 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Now that is nailed on.

    He'll miss and it will be retaken for encroachment 

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    I am currently weighing up whether to go to a wedding reception without alcohol or stay home and watch this game Saturday night.  Not sure yet which is likely to be less painful.

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    Boys to win @ $4.50.. MONEY IN THE BAG!!  :xnod::clapping:

    3rd game in 7 days for the smurfs, it will catch up to them for sure

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    7 minutes ago, MistahCampoy said:

    Boys to win @ $4.50.. MONEY IN THE BAG!!  :xnod::clapping:

    3rd game in 7 days for the smurfs, it will catch up to them for sure

    I might just get in on that too.  

    What do we think about the referee?

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    2 minutes ago, LeeMarvin said:

     

    What do we think about the referee?

    He'll be as bad as every other referee every other week.

    I wish we had the referee young Wanderboy had last week in his 17-1's game. He was ******* brilliant.

    Edited by Wanderboy

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    18 hours ago, Matto97 said:

    On reflection, I put the loss last week down to dodgy kebabs in Newy. Whole team to be spotted at Watsup brothers in Condell park getting a mixed with the lot & 3-0 win. Vedran to punch Brosque into the net instead of the ball in the 90th for his weekly brainsnap and get a straight red to applause all around.

    Bonus points for each broken tooth and / or stitch required to sow his fugly face back together. I'd go home happy, irrespective of the scoreline.

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    1 hour ago, Burztur said:

    Wedding without alcohol? Are they just telling people not to come?

    Alcohol is the only thing at a wedding that gets you through the boredom and pain. Why else would you go but for the free food and drink.

    They should be serving full srength beers with free whisky chasers for every member who goes on Sat night...numb the pain.

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    28 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Alcohol is the only thing at a wedding that gets you through the boredom and pain. Why else would you go but for the free food and drink.

    They should be serving full srength beers with free whisky chasers for every member who goes on Sat night...numb the pain.

    Yeah too right, but in this case it is a cultural thing for the families involved.  My favorites back in the day were the Vietnamese and Cambodian weddings where they would put  bottles of cognac on every table.  There were always a couple of tables of non drinkers you could draw on to replenish your supply throughout the night.

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    MB: "We have to give everything for our supporters. They had not an easy season, they had many things to throw [at us?], but in this game we can pay a little bit back, and this is what we want to do."

    Hamill: "The fire is burning in the belly to get a result this week."

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    9 minutes ago, FCB said:

     

    Hamill: "The fire is burning in the belly to get a result this week."

    So..still 4 - 0 loss then.

    Edited by Smoggy

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    9 minutes ago, FCB said:

    Hamill: "The fire is burning in the belly to get a result this week."

    This worries me, as last time he said something similar we got belted.

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    54 minutes ago, Ossified said:

    This worries me, as last time he said something similar we got belted.

    Last week baccus suggested that they were pumped for the jets game, which saw them through for an hour. Let's see if fire in the belly will be enough to play 90 minutes, or if they are just all talk, and full of kebabs and crap. 

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    1 hour ago, FCB said:

     

    Hamill: "The fire is burning in the belly to get a result this week."

    There it is right in cue the Hammil rallying cry press conference, I wish he’d just shut up 

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    43 minutes ago, StringerBellend said:

    There it is right in cue the Hammil rallying cry press conference, I wish he’d just shut up 

    Yeah...he should let his game do the talking.......no wait....

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    On 11/04/2019 at 12:30 PM, WSWJACK said:

    Just reading this thread and imagining Saturday night, not in my household but far away in Perth, Santa and Spiro with a couple of kebabs and a few coldies in front of the telly screaming "C'mon Wanderers beat this f****g bag of s**t!!"

    Don't know about the kebabs. They're sh1t in Perth. They put egg in them over there. As for the rest of it, spot on.

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    10 hours ago, LeeMarvin said:

    ESFC to score from a dodgy Brosque penalty with controversial VAR decision?

    If that be the case, team should walk out the field as a protest.

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    1 hour ago, Jefski said:

    Don't know about the kebabs. They're sh1t in Perth. They put egg in them over there.

    w...... t.......f........

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