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Daniel Alessi


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  • Date Of Birth: 26/08/97
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
    Squad Number: 32
    Position: Central Defender
    Secondary Positions: Left Fullback
    Joined Wanderers: 12/10/13
    Contract Details: Youth League contract for season 2013/14. Signed 2 year first team contract 20/5/14.
    Contract Finish: 2015/16
    Previous Club: FNSW NTC
    Wanderers Debut: 11th January 2014 against Sydney FC
    A-League Appearances: 7
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 2
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 1
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 11
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2013/14: 3 (0), 2014/15: 7 (0), 2015/16: 0 (0)
    Team Honours: Asian Champions League Winner (2014).
    Description: Young defender given his debut in a Sydney Derby after several injuries to first squad fullbacks.
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Watching a player of his age makes me feel old and I'm only 25 hahaha. He was very impressive on debut. Good luck with the rest of the career. Keep working hard and continue to back yourself.

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Watching a player of his age makes me feel old and I'm only 25 hahaha. He was very impressive on debut. Good luck with the rest of the career. Keep working hard and continue to back yourself.

I winced reading "1997"!! #FeelingOld

 

And well said.

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Watching a player of his age makes me feel old and I'm only 25 hahaha. He was very impressive on debut. Good luck with the rest of the career. Keep working hard and continue to back yourself.

I winced reading "1997"!! #FeelingOld

 

And well said.

 

 

Crap.

 

Nothing makes you feel older than young guys saying THEY feel old.

 

Good grief.

Great debut Daniel    :good:

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in the first half, some fancy footwork and a nice turn. super confident on the ball at such a young age.

 

a young Spiranovic?

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Great debut on such a big game for this kid. Can someone please make a video highlighting him from this game?!!

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in the first half, some fancy footwork and a nice turn. super confident on the ball at such a young age.

 

a young Spiranovic?

Oozed confidence and composure.

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I had my doubts, I admit - but he was fantastic. He had no problem darting in, cutting inside and looking forward - he really has eased into the "Polenz" role, an attacking minded RB.

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I don't like him.

He makes me feel bad about my own life. 

Great debut.

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In the first half the ball came across to him from I think mooy, warren came charging in and he just calmly let the ball roll across him and kept going upfield.

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Okay I get it that you are older than the players, I'm now much older than many managers, however when the players are younger then your own children then you know you're getting on in years.

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Handled ADP pretty well and surprised how quick he is, managed to catch Abbas a fair few times.

 

Well done to the kid... 

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Sounds like he's spent more time at CB than RB. That may explain him not bombing on as much as polenz.

 

Also 3rd youngest debut in a league history.

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Very impressed with him every time he touched the ball - so much so if Spira didn't have a blinder I'd give him the MOTM.

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This guy was great last night, confident , composed & skillful . Big future ahead. Now for the LB position......

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In future when people question the whole 'in Popa we trust' thing, remember this move. Brings in a 16 year old for his debut, in the Sydney derby, puts him on the most talented marquee player ever to play in the league and the kid plays like a boss.

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This guy was great last night, confident , composed & skillful . Big future ahead. Now for the LB position......

 

Brad Smith

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Big lad for 16, imagine when his voice breaks and he starts getting hair downstairs.

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Was funny hearing Popa stating he had been training with the first team or at least lately because it's the school holidays.

 

Imagine when he gets back to school.  

 

So what did you do in the holidays Dan?

 

"Practiced practiced.  Played football and showed some Italian midget I'm not to be messed with in the Sydney Derby.  You?"

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Alessi signs also!

 

Can't wait to see more, this kid was great against the Smurfs.

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Alessi signs also!

Can't wait to see more, this kid was great against the Smurfs.

 

Source?
Probably some dodgy park in the western suburbs with a creepy looking photographer ala AF!!!!

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born 1997

 

God I feel so old.

 

 

I work at a bottlo and have to ID kids all the time.. it's a shock to the system. 

 

 

Sometimes I ID necessarily because I'm a creep like that. 

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Alessi and Fofanah to Further Careers in Wanderland

 

http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/wswanderersfc/news-display/Alessi-and-Fofanah-to-Further-Careers-in-Wanderland/90580

 

The NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers have signed youngsters Alusine Fofanah and Daniel Alessi to two season National Youth Development contracts that will keep the pair with the Club until the end of the Hyundai A-League 2015/16 season.

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National youth development contracts?? What are they? Just NYL contracts or are they contracts being the under 21 players in our 26 man squad?

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I'm going to assume they are the U21 contracts, each club can have three players on them in a season.

 

NYL players are free to leave to join other clubs if those clubs offer them a full time A-League contract, the development contracts are lower paying contracts specifically for U21 players, that teams can give to prevent their best youth players leaving for other A-League teams.

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