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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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    13 hours ago, FCB said:

    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.

    Blame the FFA and the clubs.

     

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    10 minutes ago, StringerBellend said:

    Thats just wrong 

    Seems to be a northern subcontinent thing, although I doubt that's got anything to do with why it happens in perth

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    whats the prediction for the crowd tonight...

    around 20K ???

    10-12K WSW ???

    6-7K SFC  ??

     

    awful in a  80K stadium.....

    last derby clash there thankfully 

     

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    They'll win comfortably. We just don't have the class on the pitch, we lose almost every individual match up. If we play out of our skin and they have a poor day, we might jag a draw. 

    Prediction: 1-3

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    1 hour ago, matty said:

    They'll win comfortably. We just don't have the class on the pitch, we lose almost every individual match up. If we play out of our skin and they have a poor day, we might jag a draw. 

    Prediction: 1-3

    Zullo is out, rumour of De Jong out with a calf injury.

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    2 hours ago, matty said:

    They'll win comfortably. We just don't have the class on the pitch, we lose almost every individual match up. If we play out of our skin and they have a poor day, we might jag a draw. 

    Prediction: 1-3

    Whilst I mainly agree, surely we have better than Calver and Caceres !!

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    37 minutes ago, MartinTyler said:

    Whilst I mainly agree, surely we have better than Calver and Caceres !!

    It could also be argued that Redmayne and Janjetevic cancel each other out with equal sh!tness.

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    Been for quick visit to the Easter show...couple of Wanderers lads tucking in to scones, jam and cream at the CWA...and they typecast us a drunken hools...sheesh...

    Edited by Smoggy

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    9 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

    Been for quick visit to the Easter show...couple of Wanderers lads tucking in to scones, jam and cream at the CWA...and they typecast us a drunken hools...sheesh...

    Are they in the starting line-up? :P

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    10 minutes ago, Neverbloom said:

    can we all just please forget this match is happening? just pretend the season is over its easier :P

    Huh?

    There's a game on? :huh:

     

     

     

    :lol:

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    Out +1

    Last minute decision.

    Young Wanderboy flew in from Thailand this morning with his mum, arriving at 6.30 am (3 hrs sleep on the plane - 9 hr flight). He then played his 17-1's game at 11.30 am, and backed up to help me on BBQ duty from 2.30 - 3.30 pm. What a trooper but he's shattered. We had full intentions of going, but he was nearly falling asleep adding the onions to the sausage and egg and bacon rolls this arvo.

     

    So instead of yelling abuse at the stadium, I'll be sitting at home throwing empty beer bottles at the Panasonic.

    First derby we have missed …..ever.

    Edited by Wanderboy

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    SFC will park the bus tonight and wait for counter given there match schedule leading up to this. I'm predicting a draw after we have 7 billion shots on goal and they have two.

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    1 minute ago, ZachMercer said:

    SFC will park the bus tonight and wait for counter given there match schedule leading up to this. I'm predicting a draw after we have 7 billion shots on goal and they have two.

    So, 0-0 eh?

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    Out for this one. :(

    Had surgery on Wednesday and I’m afraid if I go I will bust my stitches, such is my lack of self-control! :D

    At home alone on the lounge whilst the family sing for me at the stadium. 

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    Suman out. Greenwood in. Tarek and Hamill in centre, Kamau RB. Not confident.

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    23 minutes ago, Cynth said:

    Out for this one. :(

    Had surgery on Wednesday and I’m afraid if I go I will bust my stitches, such is my lack of self-control! :D

    At home alone on the lounge whilst the family sing for me at the stadium. 

    :grouphug:

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    7 minutes ago, mack said:

    Suman out. Greenwood in. Tarek and Hamill in centre, Kamau RB. Not confident.

    Sad that Tass isn't starting :nono:

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    38 minutes ago, Cynth said:

    Out for this one. :(

    Had surgery on Wednesday and I’m afraid if I go I will bust my stitches, such is my lack of self-control! :D

    At home alone on the lounge whilst the family sing for me at the stadium. 

    :grouphug::grouphug:

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    Lineup: Vedran, Llorente, Tarek, Hamill, Kamau, Baccus, Mahazi, Baumjohann, Roly, Duke, Riera.

    Subs: Gallifuoco, Tass, Bridge, Majok, Greenwood.

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    Out

    Just finished a full day of refereeing - four matches, including Prems. My legs omg

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