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Jaushua Sotirio


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  • Date Of Birth: 11/10/95
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
    Squad Number: 16
    Position: Right Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 12/10/13
    Contract Details: Youth League contract for season 2013/14. 1 Year contract 2014/15. 1 year extension for 2015/16. 1 year extension for 2016/17. 2 year extension until 2018/19.
    Contract Finish: 2018/19
    Previous Club: Marconi Stallions
    Wanderers Debut: 14th December 2013 against Newcastle Jets
    A-League Appearances: 81
    A-League Goals: 11
    ACL Appearances: 6
    ACL Goals: 2
    FFA Cup Appearances: 9
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 1
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 97
    Total Goals: 13
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2013/14: 1 (0), 2014/15: 15 (1), 2015/16 22 (1), 2016/17: 26 (5), 2017/18 18 (3), 2018/19: 15 (3)
    Team Honours: Asian Champions League Winner (2014).
    Highlight: Scored his first goal for the club against Perth Glory on 15th November 2014.
    Highlight: Was sent off in the Wanderers penalty shootout loss to the Brisbane Roar in a 2016/17 A-League elimination final, after coming on as a very late substitute he was given two yellow cards in quick succession.
    Description: Sotirio is a pacey winger who has become a persistent option off the bench for the Wanderers while continuing to pick up the occasional goal and providing a threat in behind A-League defences. He lasted 6 seasons, scoring the occasional goal, but did not evolve his performances to become a consistent goal threat or good with the ball at his feet while running at defences. In an odd stroke, what became his final game at the Wanderers saw him score against the Central Coast Mariners. After that game he was effectively banished from the playing squad entirely before being released at the end of the season.
Jaushua Sotirio

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Reasonable. Very naive at times, but to be expected and can be coached into him. Certainly has all of the appropriate physical attributes for a wide AM.

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Had quite a good shot on target.

Good to see that he's not afraid to have a shot.

+1 that filled me with confidence. It forced a diving save and a corner

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what we (and the league needs) more strikers who'll have a shot every game instead of trying to walk the ball into the net.

 

i'd even settle for strikers that know there is more to the goal than just the dead centre where the keeper is

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Honestly he was pretty pants up until that shot on target, but that was a great run/shot, and you could see him grow in confidence after that, making better touches. Exciting player for the future. I can't wait until we're a club who brings through their youth players, considering western sydney is such a hotbed of young footballers.

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Today he got a pretty decent full page article. Most aleague players will dream about that. Now the media is making the way for him. Together him and Marty Lo really are the centre of the future of our club

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Congratulations go to Jaushua again for his selection in the U19 squad to play in Hanoi in the AFF Youth Championship from 5 to 13 September.

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Key for him now is rip up the youth league - show he is really ready for the next level but looks like an intelligent playing. Something we can't say about Kubi!

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Did very well coming on against FC Seoul, I thought they would throw Fofanah on but was pleasantly surprised to see Sotirio come in and add something to the team. Im aware that coming on that late in a game can give a player an opportunity to look very good against tired legs but for a young lad to have the confidence to turn defenders the way he did a couple of times in a high pressure match says something about his belief. Looking forward to some of these kids coming through this season.

 

The A League really should be an opportunity for young players to make a name for themselves, we have seen the likes of Leckie, Kruse, Rojas, Rogic and Oar come through and make a name for themselves, you would think the home of Australian football has a young player ready to come through..

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I've noticed that the females who accompany me to the games perv at him when he warms up in front of the NT. Other 'targets' of their interest are Alessi and Santalab. Looks like some of our young players have 'it' already while Brendon still has it. Mind you, he looks about 19 as well.

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I've noticed that the females who accompany me to the games perv at him when he warms up in front of the NT. Other 'targets' of their interest are Alessi and Santalab. Looks like some of our young players have 'it' already while Brendon still has it. Mind you, he looks about 19 as well.

 

Nicely done FCB. Excellent cover - "the females who accompany me". I read you.

;)

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I've noticed that the females who accompany me to the games perv at him when he warms up in front of the NT. Other 'targets' of their interest are Alessi and Santalab. Looks like some of our young players have 'it' already while Brendon still has it. Mind you, he looks about 19 as well.

Nicely done FCB. Excellent cover - "the females who accompany me". I read you.

;)

When it comes to football grounds the females follow my lead. It is a very different picture in shopping centres.

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Congratulations are in order again.  Jaushua has been selected in the u19 squad for the AFC Championships in Myanmar from October 9 to 23.

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Just scored to put Australia ahead against indo. Also had some little handshake thing happening with Awer Mabil.

 

Taurus - does he outshine some of the older boys at training?

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Just scored to put Australia ahead against indo. Also had some little handshake thing happening with Awer Mabil.

 

Taurus - does he outshine some of the older boys at training?

Mabil to wanderers?

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