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Brendan Hamill


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  • Date Of Birth: 18/09/92
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Chipping Norton, Australia
    Squad Number: 5
    Position: Central Defender
    Joined Wanderers: 25/06/14
    Contract Details: 1 Year Initial Contract. 2 year extension 1/5/2015. 2 Year Extension 8/5/2017
    Contract Finish: 2018/19
    Previous Club: Seongnam Ilhwa
    Wanderers Debut: 20th August 2014 vs Guangzhou Evergrande
    A-League Appearances: 80
    A-League Goals: 4
    ACL Appearances: 12
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 10
    FFA Cup Goals: 3
    Club World Cup Appearances: 1
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 103
    Total Goals: 7
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 23 (0), 2015/16: 8 (1), 2016/17: 22 (1), 2017/18: 22 (3), 2018/19: 28 (2)
    Team Honours: Asian Champions League Winner (2014).
    Highlight: Scores his first goal for the Wanderers in the FFA Cup against Palm Beach.
    Highlight: Scored 2 goals against Wellington Phoenix on 10/3/2018 in a 4-1 win.
    Highlight: Named Wanderers Captain for Season 2018/19
    Description: A defender with numerous youth caps for Australia who got his career back on track after failing to gain much match time in the Korean K-League. His subsequent contribution to the team saw the Wanderers reward him with a pair of two year contract extensions. His elevation to a starting role in 2017/18, Josep Gombau's only season at the Wanderers saw Hamill score three goals, including a brace against Wellington. He impressed new coach Markus Babbel enough to be named full time captain of the Wanderers for season 2018/19, he played all but 3 games across the season. His contract expired and he chose to join a new team.
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you could almost see the fear of popa in his eyes as he chased down Seouls's #9 last night after that bungle with topor

 

That bungle was hyphen's fault. 

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CB looking to be our strongest position yet again this season, feel sorry for Hamill being behind arguably the 2 best CB's in the league, would likely start for any other team in the comp but always great to have backup as we so heartbreakingly found out in the final last year.

 

If only we could have brought Hamill on for Topor last season, id say we would be champions right now... waaaah lol.

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    He'll replace La Rocca if he leaves at seasons end.

    As midfielder?

     

Id say Spira would b most likely to leave at seasons end due to being poached abroad for big money.

 

Just a thought on that note, who would you prefer out of La Rocca and Poljak?

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

 

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

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Why can't we just push Spira forward in a defensive mid position? Done before and it worked beautifully :)

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Why can't we just push Spira forward in a defensive mid position? Done before and it worked beautifully :)

that la rocca + Poljak midfield, hard to beat them for what they do. Not saying that I woukdnt prefer Spira in midfield if we need cover but more not as a permanent role.

Just a thought on that note, who would you prefer out of La Rocca and Poljak?

Well I can understand Popa's thinking, La Rocca's 30 and Poljak is much younger so understand why he might he might be preferred. To tell you the truth, I really hope that both don't go for a few years yet!

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

Next season golec hamill. Then golec and perkatis.

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

Next season golec hamill. Then golec and perkatis.

Perkatis is CM isn't he?

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

Next season golec hamill. Then golec and perkatis.
Perkatis is CM isn't he?
More DCM than CAM

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He's been playing CB a few times in pre-season.

Yeh didn't he post right back in the first match of the West Asia tour? I thought it was more so he got game time rather than his preferred positions.

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

Next season golec hamill. Then golec and perkatis.

 

 

Isn't Alessi actually a CB?

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Popa to continue dropping captain CBs.

Hamill and Spira starting CBs

 

Next season golec hamill. Then golec and perkatis.

Isn't Alessi actually a CB?
Yes, well he started out there but it looks like he has made the RB his spot for the future!

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He jumps pretty high!!

 

 

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I like the synchronised midfielders in the background.

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Solution to a fullback problem?

 

Doesn't stop impressing me, this lad.

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Solution to a fullback problem?

 

Doesn't stop impressing me, this lad.

 

Hafta agree, he was rather impressive!

 

I remember the first time I noticed how speedy he was when he n NTS had that mix-up in centre-circle during an ACL(?) match and he dashed back n made that tackle to stop the 1-on-1 between opposition n Ante. My jaw dropped... and Sat's game was a reminder that he could bring something else to the mix.

 

Quite like the idea of having CBs that can be used to rotate through our back-line but I wouldnt want it to happen all the time in case of any confusion in terms of positioning.

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That run from halfway was indeed in Seoul in the first leg of the ACL Semi.

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Was surprised to hear this blokes name come up in player movement discussions late last night. :sorry:

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Was surprised to hear this blokes name come up in player movement discussions late last night. :sorry:

Whaaaat?? :( Not suprised if clubs are trying to buy him, he has been great. But would suck if he left.

 

What else you got for us T?

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Was surprised to hear this blokes name come up in player movement discussions late last night. :sorry:

 

That would totally suck.

 

I envision him to be our next core CB, to replace NTS, Spira, and perhaps La Rocca.

 

If he left, we are doomed.

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Another one who probably is one low wage who felt shafted by pay dispute. 

 

Wouldn't be surprised to see him go, like I said earlier in week not gunna be surprised for anyone leaving. I've even heard a whisper about Covic getting a big Asian pay day. 

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Was surprised to hear this blokes name come up in player movement discussions late last night. :sorry:

Say it isn't so!!

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Was surprised to hear this blokes name come up in player movement discussions late last night. :sorry:

I thought you had heard of something yourself or are you just going off Twitter rumours?

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His name came up during a discussion I was involved in, whilst enjoying a late night ale. 

I treat social media rumours with a grain of salt.

Probably best if peeps concentrate their thoughts in regard to potential player movements in January, on those players who didn't appear in the playing squad last night. Clubs tend to protect their potential castoffs, so they don't pick up unnecessary injuries.

Deals would appear to have been completed for Mullen & Kwabs to venture up the F3/M1

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Hammil is the only one who I really don't want us to part with. If he goes to ESFC he'll be getting a song and I won't be very complimentary

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