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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Wellington Phoenix 10/03/2018 7:50PM


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    Western Sydney Wanderers vs Wellington Phoenix
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    Date: 10/03/18
    Sydney Kick-Off Time: 7:50PM EDT
    Round: 22
    Competition: A-League Regular Season
    Location: Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
    Stadium: Sydney Showground

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    We've finally found the only thing Cejudo is good for, inswinging corners.

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    9 minutes ago, mack said:

    How long until Smithies & Bossi turn that injury forced sub into a GOMBAU FEUD!

    Apparently some kind of injury.

    You could see he was hurt when he went down.

    He was furious...but it was with himself.

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    Just give it to Hamill! lol shoooooot

     

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    Kinda wanted a vintage Tando red card but a goal is acceptable.

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    9 minutes ago, WSWBoro said:

    Just give it to Hamill! lol shoooooot

     

    That's what people around me are yelling when we get in the box.

    Lol!

    :lol::lol:

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    that first hamill goal is an exceptional header. best no 9's in the world would have been proud of it.

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    Just now, lloydy136 said:

    that first hamill goal is an exceptional header. best no 9's in the world would have been proud of it.

    Brendan Hamill Supa Striker 

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