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    Wanderers To Face Sanfrecce Hiroshima In ACL R16


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    The Western Sydney Wanderers will face reigning J-League champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the AFC Champions League Round of 16.

     

    The first leg of the knock-out round will take place at the Hiroshima Big Arch stadium in Japan on the 7th of May, with the second leg at Parramatta Stadium on the 14th of May.

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    Just got my tickets, two bay 55 spots. Keen for this one!

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    wats with the acl 4 ticket limits, it really restricts where i sit to either the south bloc or the corner post crew general admission areas.

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    Got my 4 tix in the eastern grandstand - nice!!!

     

    At $21 each it's great value!!!

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    can more people hurry up and buy in the western terrace and fill bay 43 so bay 49 is available...hangin to buy in my normal bay. I guess i could just do what i did last game and just went and sat in our normal seats in Bay 49. 

     

    and agree $53 bucks for a family in the western terrace...is good value. 

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    Oh hell yes, been waiting 2 seasons, bay 55 here I come.

     

    Please tell me the normal active groups will be there, Northgate, LA21 etc etc.

     

    I want to do this properly.

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    can more people hurry up and buy in the western terrace and fill bay 43 so bay 49 is available...hangin to buy in my normal bay. I guess i could just do what i did last game and just went and sat in our normal seats in Bay 49. 

     

    and agree $53 bucks for a family in the western terrace...is good value. 

     

    100%, if I can't get tickets around Bay49/50 where we normally sit we'll just pile in there, back row massing as per usual  :xnod:

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    Just a reminder, 'away goals' only come into it if all else is tied:

     

    http://www.the-afc.com/en/component/jdownloads/finish/182-acl/271-afc-champions-league-2014-competitions-regulations.html

     

    c) Teams shall play one home and one away match each, The Team

    having scored most goals in both games will qualify for the Quarterfinals.

    If the score of two teams is tied over the home & away matches,

    away goals (cf. Art. 9) will be applied.

     

    d) If the tied score cannot be decided based on the away-goal rule, extra

    time shall be played after the second match (cf. Art. 8).

     

    e) If the same number of goals or no goal is scored during these periods

    of extra time, penalty kicks shall be taken to determine the winner (cf.

    Art. 10). Away goals do not apply in extra time.

     

    Away goals don't count in extra time? Different to the norm - good old AFC :)

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    Makes sense & works in our benefit here. There is no reason that they deserve longer than us to score a potentially vital away goal.

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    Going to be hard to pick who our Starting XI will be for tomorrow nights game, the extra time in the grand final sure didn't help

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    I always thought that away goals didn't count in extra time

     

    I know it has in past UEFA CL matches, I remember a game (can't recall the teams) where an away goal was scored in extra time, meaning the home team needed to score twice to win.

     

    Let me have a look see...

     

    Seems like it still is, at least for this year:

     

     

     

    Each tie in the knockout phase, apart from the final, is played over two legs, with each team playing one leg at home. The team that has the higher aggregate score over the two legs progresses to the next round. In the event that aggregate scores finish level, the away goals rule is applied, i.e. the team that scored more goals away from home over the two legs progresses. If away goals are also equal, then thirty minutes of extra time are played, divided into two fifteen-minutes halves. The away goals rule is again applied after extra time, i.e. if there are goals scored during extra time and the aggregate score is still level, the visiting team qualifies by virtue of more away goals scored. If no goals are scored during extra time, the tie is decided by penalty shootout. In the final, the tie is played as a single match. If scores are level at the end of normal time in the final, extra time is played, followed by penalties if scores remain tied.

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    if 10 000 travelled to brisbane then surely we can get more than 10 000 to attend our ACL home match. :)

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    I always thought that away goals didn't count in extra time

     i recall back in 2005 wen aus vs uruguay away goals counted in extra time as i remember the outrage when we found that out.

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    So pumped for this! Hoping for a large turnout. As some others here have said already, this will be the last time the core of our foundation squad is playing together. They definitely deserve a rousing send-off, we need to do our best to help bring home a win!

     

    The ACL trophy awaits my fellow Wanderers!

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    anyone got a link to the ticket sales site? i'm logging into Ticketmaster at 4:36pm and can't seem to get tickets

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    yep cheers, called club and they helped me out. link is via club site (fotball australia club site)

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    Got 4 tickets in bay 65. Was in bay 67 for the other acl games but my membership is bay 25. Love being in the terrace for these acl games!

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    Guest mickisnot

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    Got 4 tickets in bay 65. Was in bay 67 for the other acl games but my membership is bay 25. Love being in the terrace for these acl games!

     

    Bay 65 is where all the cool kids hang out.

     

    I sit there during regular home seasons, and I have the pleasure of sitting here for the ACL. It's truly a remarkable experience being seated in Bay 65.

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    I got Bay 66. Did my knee last week and would rather not walk all the way around.

     

     

    Also, for all the crap Ticketmaster get - they have one fantastic feature which I do love: the ability to select the specific section, i.e. Eastern Grandstand, Eastern Terrace, Western Grandstand, Western Terrace.

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    Guest mickisnot

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    I got Bay 66. Did my knee last week and would rather not walk all the way around.

     

     

    Also, for all the crap Ticketmaster get - they have one fantastic feature which I do love: the ability to select the specific section, i.e. Eastern Grandstand, Eastern Terrace, Western Grandstand, Western Terrace.

     

    Feels great. Up until you have to pay $6 to print out your ticket

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    I got Bay 66. Did my knee last week and would rather not walk all the way around.

     

     

    Also, for all the crap Ticketmaster get - they have one fantastic feature which I do love: the ability to select the specific section, i.e. Eastern Grandstand, Eastern Terrace, Western Grandstand, Western Terrace.

    Feels great. Up until you have to pay $6 to print out your ticket

    I didn't get charged to print at home...

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    Guest mickisnot

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    I got Bay 66. Did my knee last week and would rather not walk all the way around.

     

     

    Also, for all the crap Ticketmaster get - they have one fantastic feature which I do love: the ability to select the specific section, i.e. Eastern Grandstand, Eastern Terrace, Western Grandstand, Western Terrace.

    Feels great. Up until you have to pay $6 to print out your ticket

    I didn't get charged to print at home...

     

     

    I didn't buy the tickets on this occasion, I just presumed you had to pay the "ezyTicket special" of $5.95 or something ridiculous

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    ezyTicket is ticketek.

     

     

    There's just the handling fee which is like $4, but printing at home is free - delivery costs money.

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    Guest mickisnot

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    ezyTicket is ticketek.

     

     

    There's just the handling fee which is like $4, but printing at home is free - delivery costs money.

     

    Ahhh ... Ticketek vs. Ticket Master.

     

    I'm going straight to the Whose side you're on thread right now!

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