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Daniel Georgievski


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  • Date Of Birth: 17/02/88
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Blacktown, Australia
    Squad Number: 5
    Position: Right Fullback
    Joined Wanderers: 02/05/19
    Contract Details: 2 year initial contract
    Contract Finish: 2020/21
    Previous Club: Newcastle Jets
    Wanderers Debut: 7th August 2019 vs Perth Glory
    A-League Appearances: 26
    A-League Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 3
    FFA Cup Goals: 2
    Total Appearances: 29
    Total Goals: 2
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2019/20: 26 (2)
    Highlight: Scored 2 goals in the 2019 FFA Cup Round of 16 7-1 win against Sydney United.
    Description: Fullback who played junior football at Marconi before moving to Eastern Europe, he spent 10 years in Croatia and Romania before coming back to Australia. He won the A-League Grand Final Man of the Match award for the 2016/17 Season. He has a dual nationality with Macedonia, with whom he played 22 national team games.
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I'm sure I'm not alone when I say welcome back home.

Plase,please,please.....put in on the training pitch and on the field or......

......piss off...........:D

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Just watched the video of him touring BankWest on the club website.  What is that hairstyle he is rocking?  Looks like a bit of a late 80s/early 90s throwback - or is that the fashion again now?

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25 minutes ago, LeeMarvin said:

Just watched the video of him touring BankWest on the club website.  What is that hairstyle he is rocking?  Looks like a bit of a late 80s/early 90s throwback - or is that the fashion again now?

You watched that and you comment on his hair!?

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In case no one has seen it,...

His haircut reminds me of Joe Keery, he plays "Steve Harrington" in Stranger Things:

steve-harrington-stranger-things.jpg

I would really love for Daniel to score a goal, run up to a camera and scream "NOT BAD!, NOT BAD!"

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1 hour ago, MathyouWSW said:

In case no one has seen it,...

His haircut reminds me of Joe Keery, he plays "Steve Harrington" in Stranger Things:

steve-harrington-stranger-things.jpg

I would really love for Daniel to score a goal, run up to a camera and scream "NOT BAD!, NOT BAD!"

As long as he doesn't wear that outfit, he can do whatever he likes when he scores... :)

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On 08/08/2019 at 2:32 PM, StringerBellend said:

He does have good hair reminiscent of NTS in his magnificent lions main days 

Woo Hoo!

Something we can agree on! ;)

It's good, thick, non-short-back-and-sides-type awful hair....but it needs to be longer and messier before it'll be as good as NTS's hair in his "magnificent" days.

With a headband. :D

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Now that I have seen him play for us, all hair considerations have become secondary.  He is quick ey!

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On 10/08/2019 at 8:20 AM, LeeMarvin said:

Now that I have seen him play for us, all hair considerations have become secondary. 

:rolleyes:  Pffft! 

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On 29/10/2019 at 8:34 PM, theguyyouwishyouwere said:

 

Missed this one

What a legend!

He should have spat in Coricas face and he then would have been immortalize in the WSW hall of fame

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4 minutes ago, alexd said:

"Western Sydney Wanderers star Daniel Georgievski is set to embark on his coaching journey as the 32-year-old was announced as Inter Lions’ Technical Director for the Youth Boys overseeing and implementing training sessions throughout all the club’s age groups"

Does that mean he's gone?

source: https://footballnsw.com.au/2020/10/13/georgievski-excited-about-inter-lions-coaching-role/

Don't think so...........

"“They are giving me an opportunity to learn and grow and possibly tap into an avenue that I might want to venture out in life after my playing career so I can only thank them for the opportunity and hopefully I can return the favour through my abilities as the season kicks off for 2021.”.........

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1 minute ago, sonar said:

Don't think so...........

"“They are giving me an opportunity to learn and grow and possibly tap into an avenue that I might want to venture out in life after my playing career so I can only thank them for the opportunity and hopefully I can return the favour through my abilities as the season kicks off for 2021.”.........

I would have thought that a TD role would take a bit of time and effort - but then again it's Inter Lions   :ninja:

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4 minutes ago, alexd said:

I would have thought that a TD role would take a bit of time and effort - but then again it's Inter Lions   :ninja:

More of a advisory roll for the coaches than hands on.......

From Wiki.....

....."In this case, the director of football may be sought by a board – or even manager – in order to provide advice or technical assistance on footballing or other aspects that are perceived as lacking or desired by the club.".........

Not so much hands on.

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It's an NPL3 team. It probably won't even be a paid position. And it's only for the youth teams training sessions. It'll be part-time during the week.

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6 minutes ago, mack said:

It's an NPL3 team. It probably won't even be a paid position considering it's for the youth teams.

Yep....and regardless what we think of his playing ability at times, having someone like him with playing time at the highest levels at a club assisting is a good thing for the youth.......if it was someone like Sotirio you would question their sanity.....lol

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Sotirio would be fine for training kids to run down the wing as long as you hand over to another coach when they get to the goal line, otherwise they’ll end up running into traffic.

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58 minutes ago, Davo said:

Sotirio would be fine for training kids to run down the wing as long as you hand over to another coach when they get to the goal line, otherwise they’ll end up running into traffic.

And another for actually controlling the ball while running.

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