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Vedran Janjetovic


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  • Date Of Birth: 20/08/87
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Zagreb, Croatia
    Squad Number: 20
    Position: Goalkeeper
    Joined Wanderers: 03/01/17
    Contract Details: 1.5 Season Initial Contract. 4 year extension.
    Contract Finish: 2021/22
    Previous Club: Sydney FC
    Wanderers Debut: 6th January vs Melbourne City
    A-League Appearances: 63
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 5
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 4
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 72
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2016/17: 20 (0), 2017/18: 31 (0), 2018/19: 21 (0)
    Highlight: Sent off in his 50th A-League game for the Wanderers, against Sydney FC, for a handball outside the penalty area.
    Description: A controversial mid-season signing, Janjetovic was involved in a swap deal with the Wanderers arch rivals, Sydney FC. With Janjetovic joining the Wanderers, Andrew Redmayne went the other way. His start in the Red & Black was solid, and after playing in every game of the 2017/18 season he earned a 4 year contract extension. His 3rd season was a disaster, as he was responsible for dropping numerous results with red cards, punching the ball into his own net and running out of goals to play the ball and missing completely.
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After watching footage of Vedran stare down the Cove, the body language was goodbye

Divorce proceedings completed.

 

Cove says: "I don't want to talk to you again - ever. From now on pick up and drop off the children at the letter box at the beginning of the drive way. Don't ring my door bell. Don't call me. Don't text me. Don't mail me. Stay away from me. I'll throw bottles and snakes at you if you ever come near me again. How dare you leave me (even though it was me who kicked you out)? I hate you."

 

Vedran's new lover will be much more loving and understanding. Not as young. Not as childish. Not as stuck up, hysterical and self entitled. She's an old school mate of his. Both of them know how the other ticks - maybe too much, and it's a bit awkward still. But both know they are going to have a hell of a fun ride. A perfect match.

 

Welcome home.

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After watching footage of Vedran stare down the Cove, the body language was goodbye

 

Divorce proceedings completed.

 

Cove says: "I don't want to talk to you again - ever. From now on pick up and drop off the children at the letter box at the beginning of the drive way. Don't ring my door bell. Don't call me. Don't text me. Don't mail me. Stay away from me. I'll throw bottles and snakes at you if you ever come near me again. How dare you leave me (even though it was me who kicked you out)? I hate you."

 

Vedran's new lover will be much more loving and understanding. Not as young. Not as childish. Not as stuck up, hysterical and self entitled. She's an old school mate of his. Both of them know how the other ticks - maybe too much, and it's a bit awkward still. But both know they are going to have a hell of a fun ride. A perfect match.

 

Welcome home.

 

 

Is it wrong that I'm semi-barred after reading that?

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13 games Redmayne/Tyson - no clean sheets.

 

3 games Vedran - 2 clean sheets and only beaten by a howitzer.

 

Says it all really.

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Quality keeper has made all the haters nice and quiet.

If only Bulut did that to me.

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13 games Redmayne/Tyson - no clean sheets.

 

3 games Vedran - 2 clean sheets and only beaten by a howitzer.

 

Says it all really.

Rather say it was supposed to be a cross gone wrong.

4 pts from available 9

Vedran ave of goals per game now better than Vukovic

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Quality keeper has made all the haters nice and quiet.

If only Bulut did that to me.

bulut could have done that with you but he would have needed his homies and duct tape and a gun

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When the players came over to greet the RBB after the game they did the WDYSF call/response. Guess who the Snake sings for!  :xnod:

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Quality keeper has made all the haters nice and quiet.

If only Bulut did that to me.

Tbf he could have had a deck chair and a cocktail yesterday - aspro and cornflakes did all the work for him.

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Quality keeper has made all the haters nice and quiet.

If only Bulut did that to me.

Tbf he could have had a deck chair and a cocktail yesterday - aspro and cornflakes did all the work for him.
He did shout at defenders when he had to nearly make a save!

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Goals conceded since borda was sent off (nearly 2 and 3/4 matches) ??

 

Donut

 

Put it down to a combination of

 

- borda out (shaky. He is biggest single contributor to zero goals)

- cornthwaite in (aerial presence and sound)

- janetovic in (better keeper + can hear him directing)

- aspro continuing to improve defensively

- team being a little more compact

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Goals conceded since borda was sent off (nearly 2 and 3/4 matches) ??

Donut

Put it down to a combination of

- borda out (shaky. He is biggest single contributor to zero goals)

- cornthwaite in (aerial presence and sound)

- janetovic in (better keeper + can hear him directing)

- aspro continuing to improve defensively

- team being a little more compact

In other words the defence is all of a sudden in sync with each other, unlike before. But let's see how we go against Brisbane this week who is always tough to beat up there. This will be the big test for us.

 

We had nothing to lose with the Melbourne City game, we were up for the ESFC game and the Newcastle game wasn't a true test.

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I'd just like to apologise to Vedran.

 

I'm sorry that I stuck my tongue in your ear, and yelled "Vedran the Viper! Not the snake! The Viper!!" after the game on Sunday.

 

Full strength beer and a hot sun make Jacko do things he regrets.

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stats are wrong he has scored 1 goal for us

 

 

2 now?

 

 

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each time i see that goal i cringe. If you're going to catch that ball make sure your index finger and thumbs are either touching or overlapping. IMHO he needed to have put a fist to that, he timed it well enough to get up there... All well and good in hindsight. 

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stats are wrong he has scored 1 goal for us

 

 

2 now?

 

 

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lol sadly yes 2 now :P that was a terrible mistake but he has been good for us apart from that

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each time i see that goal i cringe. If you're going to catch that ball make sure your index finger and thumbs are either touching or overlapping. IMHO he needed to have put a fist to that, he timed it well enough to get up there... All well and good in hindsight.

Or just leave it.

 

He was jumping at full arm stretch, making his total height about 230cm at a rough guess, a goal is only 244cm high, and the ball was still rising, he probably could've left it and it would've sailed over the bar (not that you expect any keeper to actually leave a shot like that).

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each time i see that goal i cringe. If you're going to catch that ball make sure your index finger and thumbs are either touching or overlapping. IMHO he needed to have put a fist to that, he timed it well enough to get up there... All well and good in hindsight.

Or just leave it.

 

He was jumping at full arm stretch, making his total height about 230cm at a rough guess, a goal is only 244cm high, and the ball was still rising, he probably could've left it and it would've sailed over the bar (not that you expect any keeper to actually leave a shot like that).

 

 

i think your math is a bit wrong - im only about 10cm taller than Vedran and i can reach 244cm standing, so i'd imagine his jumping reach would be a fair bit higher than that.

 

i think i'm proving you more right about him leaving it :lol:

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great goal by Vedran and great assist by Popa

 

Sometimes in life bad crap just happens,you don;t mean for it happen,it just does. lol 

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great goal by Vedran and great assist by Popa

 

 

Sometimes in life bad crap just happens,you don;t mean for it happen,it just does. lol

You been watching sokkah in this country for longer than the A-League?

Your post indicates you have that Zen like understanding that only comes from being a long term Oz football follower lol

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Clickbait article, when the headline talks about a fiery encounter with Vedran but the body indicates that he had a polite discussion as an Easts supporter with him even after the derby just says something entirely different. Do not read.

 

I see he has been learning from Bossi, the fine smurf has a great career at the SMH ahead of him :nono:

Chocolate wrists strikes again.

It is a serious condition that affects many goalkeepers, this should be taken very seriously :lol:

 

Redmayne was culpable but the example that comes to mind most is English goalkeepers in particular Joe Hart :lol:

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