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Aaron Mooy


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  • Date Of Birth: 15/09/90
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Blacktown, New South Wales
    Squad Number: 10
    Position: Midfield
    Joined Wanderers: 25/06/12
    Contract Details: Two Year initial contract.
    Contract Finish: 2013/14
    Previous Club: St. Mirren
    Wanderers Debut: 6th October 2012 vs Central Coast Mariners
    A-League Appearances: 49
    A-League Goals: 4
    ACL Appearances: 5
    ACL Goals: 1
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 54
    Total Goals: 5
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 23 (1), 2013/14: 31 (4).
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13).
    Highlight: He became the first ever Wanderer to gain a national team call-up, and made his Socceroos debut on the 7th of December 2012 against Guam, scoring a free-kick as well. He followed this days later by scoring again from a free-kick against Taiwan.
    Highlight: Scored his first ever goal for the Wanderers, against Perth Glory in Round 22, Season 2012/13 on 23/02/2013.
    Description: A gifted midfield distributor, Aaron Mooy is a true box to box midfielder, with the ability to play as an alternative to Shinji Ono in the attacking midfield position. Mooy left the club after Season 2013/14 to join Melbourne Heart.
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12 minutes ago, papersun said:

These German managers are pretty damn good aren't they?

I dunno, they are going to finish 60 points behind first place.

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20 minutes ago, mack said:

I dunno, they are going to finish 60 points behind first place.

City also spend approx 15 times the amount Huddersfield do on wages every week.

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I think Wagner did a pretty good job to keep them up on the lowest budget in the Premier League with a pretty ordinary squad overall.

From what I've read on the Terriers forum there should be a considerably larger amount of money available to improve the overall quality of the squad.

I think it's a pretty good story anyway for a club that hadn't been at the top level since 1972,  and had  won three successive league titles in the 1920's to be able to stay up at the top level again.

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They get a fixed sum from the EPL for staying up don't they ?

I remember reading it was 160 million pounds, that's massive to get that 2 seasons in a row

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I believe the prize money in the EPL is fixed by position and recently went up a lot.

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Huddersfield have done well this year given limited resources. If they hadn't started the season well they would have been relegation material. I can't see much more in the way of funding so it wouldn't surprise if they get relegated next year.

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I love that: a) Mooy's old man was going nuts with the HT fans; and b) he's wearing a WSW top.

 

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I'd have a guess and say Newcastle but it could be anyone of 8 to 10 clubs at a rough estimate.

The betting agencies should start a book on it.

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Would love to see him at Everton.

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Yeah one of those teams like Everton/Brighton (work with Matty)/Newcastle/West Ham/Southhampton (If they dont get rel) as he has what its got to be including into one of those teams

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