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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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Watch the goal again. Just before bachus plays the pass, a poor defensive read by perth cb where he raced out of the line and left a gaping hole. It was the only error in what was a solid defensive effort by Perth.

 

You cant expect , and won't, be gifted goals by poor defending like that too many times in a season

I'll watch again at the time I was blaming their fullback for not stepping up, if he had it would have been offside

 

@lloydy agree, although we have got better, I think vedran will make a positive difference too. But yes we either can't hold a lead (CCM, Newcastle, Wellington) or we give an early goal away which allows teams to sit deep and make us chase (Perth)

 

Even the CCM game we won we went down early to a poor goal and could have conceeded more

 

Still think a striker will make a massive difference, even in the games we got thumped we had enough early chances to be leading

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Watch the goal again. Just before bachus plays the pass, a poor defensive read by perth cb where he raced out of the line and left a gaping hole. It was the only error in what was a solid defensive effort by Perth.

 

You cant expect , and won't, be gifted goals by poor defending like that too many times in a season

I'll watch again at the time I was blaming their fullback for not stepping up, if he had it would have been offside

 

@lloydy agree, although we have got better, I think vedran will make a positive difference too. But yes we either can't hold a lead (CCM, Newcastle, Wellington) or we give an early goal away which allows teams to sit deep and make us chase (Perth)

 

Even the CCM game we won we went down early to a poor goal and could have conceeded more

 

Still think a striker will make a massive difference, even in the games we got thumped we had enough early chances to be leading

 

 

In all 3 games we got thumped we had decent chances to take the lead at 0-0 and blew them. Changes the whole complexity of the game so I agree that a good striker will make a massive difference.

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Football is a TEAM game.... Defense, midfield and attack all need to do their job.

Unfortunately we are not the Brazil of the 70s where it didn't matter how many they concede because they always scored more.

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According to the WSW web page, Sotirio is now the 5th ranked player in the "most goals scored" count:

 

1) Santa 6

2) Nico 2

3) Jumpei 2

4) Dimas 2

5) Sotirio 1

 

Borda's and Nichols' solitary goals were omitted, somehow...

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According to the WSW web page, Sotirio is now the 5th ranked player in the "most goals scored" count:

 

1) Santa 6

2) Nico 2

3) Jumpei 2

4) Dimas 2

5) Sotirio 1

 

Borda's and Nichols' solitary goals were omitted, somehow...

 

From the website

 

1

Brendon Santalab
App.

11

Goals

6 2=

Dimas

13 2 2=

Jumpei Kusukami

13 2 2=

Nicolás Martínez

13 2 5=

Aritz Borda

12 1 5=

Jaushua Sotirio

8 1 5=

Mitch Nichols

13 1

Edited by theguyyouwishyouwere

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not really, but the first step is to actually go to the games.

 

Yes, I too have noticed that not all players are actually showing up even though they are on the pitch...

And a happy new year to you too :-)

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not really, but the first step is to actually go to the games.

 

Yes, I too have noticed that not all players are actually showing up even though they are on the pitch...

And a happy new year to you too :-)

 

 

 

not really, but the first step is to actually go to the games.

 

Yes, I too have noticed that not all players are actually showing up even though they are on the pitch...

And a happy new year to you too :-)

 

 

miss you babe

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It must be the wheet bix.... 4 games in a row he has had a good game

I think he's a massive confidence player. When he scored that "offside" goal against the smurfs the other season, he started doing little backheels and stuff for the rest of the game and was playing well. Now he scored the winner the other week and he's been going well since.

 

His first touch is still dodgy but he's been having an impact.

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Hate to be a damp squib but he's still got a lot to learn and I'm not sure that he's capable of the improvement necessary to be an effective A League player. Credit to him over the past 2 weeks through as he's really put a shift in.

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Hate to be a damp squib but he's still got a lot to learn and I'm not sure that he's capable of the improvement necessary to be an effective A League player. Credit to him over the past 2 weeks through as he's really put a shift in.

He was better on the ball yesterday, starting to run at defenders and take them on at pace, and also making well timed runs in behind. He looked far more dangerous than in previous weeks and far more dangerous than Jumpei when he came on. He will only continue to improve with confidence. More than just a good shift yesterday, one of our better players.

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Hate to be a damp squib but he's still got a lot to learn and I'm not sure that he's capable of the improvement necessary to be an effective A League player. Credit to him over the past 2 weeks through as he's really put a shift in.

He was better on the ball yesterday, starting to run at defenders and take them on at pace, and also making well timed runs in behind. He looked far more dangerous than in previous weeks and far more dangerous than Jumpei when he came on. He will only continue to improve with confidence. More than just a good shift yesterday, one of our better players.

 

 

 

I'm just happy he is finally putting his shift in for the team

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Been very impressed with Sotirio the last 2 weeks. Really offering us something different with his pace. We have no one else besides Nichols that runs in behind the defence.

 

He's decision making in the final third is also getting much better. Very happy for the lad.

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Hate to be a damp squib but he's still got a lot to learn and I'm not sure that he's capable of the improvement necessary to be an effective A League player. Credit to him over the past 2 weeks through as he's really put a shift in.

He was better on the ball yesterday, starting to run at defenders and take them on at pace, and also making well timed runs in behind. He looked far more dangerous than in previous weeks and far more dangerous than Jumpei when he came on. He will only continue to improve with confidence. More than just a good shift yesterday, one of our better players.

 

 

 

I'm just happy he is finally putting his shift in for the team

 

 

Yeah, the lad has done ok that last few weeks. At the derby I was just happy to see him have a crack at goal and he lifted another level yesterday which is great to see.

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Definitely more impressive playing central than on the flanks. He seems to get lost out wide

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Definitely more impressive playing central than on the flanks. He seems to get lost out wide

 

I mentioned on this forum a few weeks ago somewhere that he was much more dangerous in and around the penalty box area. Cutting in towards the box and shooting at goal  :xnod:  He is actually one of the few players in our team who is very direct on goal and uses speed to beat players.

 

Scott is another player who is very direct. He just needs to get into good positions like he did yesterday. We need more of this than fart arsing around the penalty box.

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I like this kid's attitude. Keeps persisting and is a valuable squad player. Surprisingly rises for the big games.

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