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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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Hoping he recovers from the knock alright - he was out before he hit the ground and seemed to show the 'fencing response' to a small degree.

 

With any luck, he just needs some rest, but it's reasonable to think he may miss next weeks game. I don't know too much about physiology or sports science so hopefully someone else can enlighten us a bit more.

 

Having suffered an injury similar (albeit mine was far worse...  hospitalization and 6-months no physical contact), I wouldn't expect him to play next week. No doubt he will have scans today/tomorrow, but given it's clearly a concussion there is no need to take any risks.

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He won't play next week. Just watching the replay, he copped it from muscat and then copped it again when his head hit the ground.

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without having the slightest idea of what happened and how bad it is, i'll guess he misses the Derby and Adelaide back at home the following week.

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Mooy posted this on twitter yesterday.

 

Thanks for the messages guys I appreciate it I'm feeling ok just a sore head obviously

 

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I think with better balance, Mooy could/would have scored one in last night game. Feint 1st defender, and only if his balance is controlled, a shot could have made before 2nd defender coming in.

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Mooy had the best game of his carrerr at the Wanderers last night, the way he directed play, and his passing going forward and switching play was world class..well done after nearly killing yourself two weeks ago..

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Some of those passes.....jesus they were good.

He pulled out of a 50/50 header though so he's still shy from that challenge a couple of weeks ago.

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He played some great stuff at the beginning and the end of the game but went missing either side of half time.....but then again most of the team went missing in that period. Credit to Aaron and the rest of the boys though for turning it around after they had gone 1-0 down.

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Mooy was bossing midfield last night, probably 1 of his most dominant performances for us. I like.  :clapping:

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Scott McIntyre, football reporter/presenter for SBS @mcintinhos.

Tweeted that he did a one on one interview with Graham Arnold, and he said that he has an interest in Mooy

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Scott McIntyre, football reporter/presenter for SBS @mcintinhos.

Tweeted that he did a one on one interview with Graham Arnold, and he said that he has an interest in Mooy

Weet weeeew!! <3

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We have to get Mooy to sign a contract extension before his contract expires so just incase a bigger club take an interest in him we at least get a decent transfer fee

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This guy has been immense all season. Never thought I'd have feelings this strong for a slight, little blonde boy!

 

i want to like this comment but i also dont...

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http://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/aaron-mooy-set-to-leave-western-sydney-wanderers-20140111-30noi.html

 

Western Sydney Wanderers were poised to lose one of their best players with news star midfielder Aaron Mooy was set to join a rival A-League team. 

The 23-year-old has fielded interest from overseas clubs but Fairfax Media understands he will remain in Australia – although, it was not clear which club he had agreed to join – to push for a place in Ange Postecoglou’s World Cup squad.  

 

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That's a big shame, someone we could really build our team around for a couple of years. Rather silly really, not like he is on the fringes of the side either and with Asian champions league coming up you would think a move abroad would be on the cards and not to a rival!

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What would be in it for him to leave....? He's not got a better chance of making the squad at any other club except Brisbane.... **** maybe he's going to Brisbane. Then we'd really be ****ed.

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Mariners seem the most likely. Mariners have Caceres as their only creative midfielder right now, and if McGlinchey doesn't come back from his loan they'll desperately need a new creative midfield player.

 

I don't know if Brisbane could afford him cap-wise.

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Mariners seem the most likely. Mariners have Caceres as their only creative midfielder right now, and if McGlinchey doesn't come back from his loan they'll desperately need a new creative midfield player.

 

I don't know if Brisbane could afford him cap-wise.

 

But somehow Sydney FC Can ..

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