Jump to content

  • Western Sydney Wanderers Launched

     

    western_sydney_logo.pngteam-kit.png

     

    All the waiting, surveying, fan forums, meetings, online campaigns and discussion across the sporting world in Australia about a Western Sydney A-League club is over.

     

    Football Federation Australia today released the Name, Colours, Kit, Venue and announced several player signings for the club.

     

    I attended the launch on behalf of the site and here is a summary of what was released.

     

    Name

    The name is Western Sydney Wanderers.

     

    Colours

    Western Sydney Wanderers will predominantly be Red & Black, with White as a shorts colour and trim.

     

    Kit

    The kit for the Western Sydney Wanderers will be Black and Red Hoops, White Shorts and Black Socks.

     

    Venue

    The main stadium for the club will be Parramatta,. ANZ appears to be out of the running but that hasn't been confirmed. Negotiations with stadiums are ongoing. Same with locations for training, offices and the W and Y league teams.

     

    Players – The players signed for the new club are:

    Tarek Elrich

    Aaron Mooy

    Kwabena Appiah-Kubi

     

    Reaction to the announcements is positive, with decisions being made in line with what the Supporters Forum and what many of the members here at WestSydneyFootball.Com had wanted for the club.



  • Posts

    • say what you want about Jordan but this is powerful    
    • If someone either has a smh account or has views left can you copy the following for me. https://www.smh.com.au/environment/climate-change/alchemy-of-energy-breakthrough-offers-mass-hydrogen-storage-options-20200702-p558dj.html Its about  - "It is a game changer in how we use electricity - it's like the internet revolution." The scientist said he had spent 20 years developing the metal hydrides that can bond with hydrogen. The system uses power to create hydrogen, which is then stored until needed for electricity production via a fuel cell. Developed by New South Wales university ....
×
×
  • Create New...