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Jerrad Tyson


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  • Date Of Birth: 21/09/89
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Hobart, Tasmania
    Squad Number: 20
    Position: Goalkeeper
    Joined Wanderers: 01/08/12
    Contract Details: 1 year initial contract. Signed 1 year extension on 15/5/13. Rejoined WSW 19/5/2016 on 1 year contract. Signed 1 year extension 8/5/2017.
    Contract Finish: 2017/18
    Previous Club: Perth Glory
    Wanderers Debut: 22nd February 2014 vs Perth Glory
    A-League Appearances: 7
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 3
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 10
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 0 (0). 2013/14: 3 (0). 2016/17: 7 (0). 2017/18: 0 (0)
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13).
    Highlight: Tyson made his debut by keeping a clean sheet against Perth Glory, and followed with another clean sheet in his Asian Champions League debut against Guizhou Renhe.
    Description: Ex-Gold Coast United keeper who moved to the Wanderers as a backup to Ante Covic. Tyson impressed the club enough to earn a second season. After his release in 2014, he moved to Hong Kong and then to Perth Glory, before making a surprise return to the Wanderers in 2016, earning himself a 1 year contract extension. Season 2017/18 was plagued by injuries and the inability to unseat Vedran Janjetovic from the starting lineup, and Tyson left the club at the end of the season.
Jerrad Tyson

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unfortunatly ol' jed didn't win the HAL best and fairest award. but there's nothing wrong with losing to thomas broich.

 

lets face it, broich was more than a nose infront  :cheeky:

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From Jerrad's Facebook page

 

Big thank you to all our amazing supporters who braved difficult conditions tonight to cheer us on to victory!

You proved you're number one last year but tonight you proved something fresh.

15,500+ people turning up in the rain and creating an atmosphere like you did shows how genuine you are in your love and support of this club and in the words you chant for 95+mins!

"Win or lose we will always follow you. Let it rain and pour, we will sing for evermore!"

For that you will always have the 110% genuine support in return from myself and the entire playing playing group as well!

‪#‎wanderersfamily‬ ‪#‎rbb‬ ‪#‎wsw‬ ‪#‎sydneyisredandblack‬

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I know this may sound unfair but his value as a reserve goalkeeper is nowhere near as deep nor as important to our club than his efforts to engage with fans and the wider community. I know every player in the squad at some time or another stumps up for charities, personal appearances, gets on social media etc but Jerrad just keeps putting in 110% effort to keep the faithful on song and make sure the Wanderers message is out there day in, day out.

 

If he ever gets the chance to play I will be one of the first to stand up and cheer him, but right now his work off the paddock is simply sublime.

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When he does play, if he doesn't receive the biggest cheer for a player that Wanderland has heard, then i will be very very disappointed. He's a top bloke 

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Standing applause with the whole of Wanderland on their feet chanting Tyson would be amazing.

Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
 
Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
 
Ole Oleeeeee Ole Ole
Jerrad Tyson
Ole Ole
 
:flag:

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Standing applause with the whole of Wanderland on their feet chanting Tyson would be amazing.

Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
 
Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
Ole Ole Ole
 
Ole Oleeeeee Ole Ole
Jerrad Tyson
Ole Ole
 
:flag:

 

 

needs more Ole's

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Standing applause with the whole of Wanderland on their feet chanting Tyson would be amazing.

Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole

Ole Ole Ole

Ole Ole Ole

 

Jerrad Tyson Ole Ole Ole

Ole Ole Ole

Ole Ole Ole

 

Ole Oleeeeee Ole Ole

Jerrad Tyson

Ole Ole

 

:flag:

needs more Ole's

Definitely Needs more Ole's!

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With the release of the ACL schedule, our schedule down the stretch looks very condensed!

 

Anybody think Jarrad Tyson will get a run? If so, which one(s)?

 

*thanks to unlimited*

Round 19: Sat. 15 Feb, 2014 - Melbourne Victory v WSW

Round 20: Sat. 22 Feb, 2014 - Perth Glory v WSW (community round?)

ACL Group Stage Match 1: Wed. 26 Feb, 2014 - WSW v Ulsan Hyundai

Round 21: Sun. 2 Mar, 2014 - WSW v Newcastle Jets

Round 22: Sat. 8 Mar, 2014 - Sydney FC v WSW

ACL Group Stage Match 2: Wed. 12 Mar, 2014 - Guizhou Renhe v WSW

Round 23: Sat. 15 Mar, 2014 - WSW v Adelaide United

ACL Group Stage Match 3: Wed. 19 Mar, 2014 - WSW v TBD

Round 24: Sun. 23 Mar, 2014 - WSW v Perth Glory

Round 25: Sat. 29 Mar, 2014 - CCM v WSW

ACL Group Stage Match 4: Tue. 1 Apr, 2014 - TBD v WSW

Round 26: Sat. 5 Apr, 2014 - WSW v Brisbane Roar

Round 27: Sat. 12 Apr, 2014 - Melbourne Heart v WSW

ACL Group Stage Match 5: Tue. 15 Apr, 2014 - Ulsan Hyundai v WSW

(A-League Elimination Finals): 17-20 April

ACL Group Stage Match 6: Tue. 22 Apr, 2014 - WSW v Guizhou Renhe

(A-League Semi-Finals)24-27 April

Edited by wanderersfanatic

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Depending how we are traveling in both the ACL and the ALeague, I'd probably pencil Jerrad in for Round 23 vs ADL, and/or Round 25 VS CCM. Round 27 vs MH is probably a go as well.

 

 

 

Or I could have just quoted ATP's post and said "^^^^THIS"

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I can't wait for the crowd reaction the first time they read out the lineup before a game and Tyson is in the starting XI. It's going to be massive.

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I can't wait for the crowd reaction the first time they read out the lineup before a game and Tyson is in the starting XI. It's going to be massive.

 

I hope he gets a big cheer. I fear most people don't know what many many hours he's spent being an awesome, arguably the best off-field ambassador for us, and will just go "huh? who's this guy"

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I can't wait for the crowd reaction the first time they read out the lineup before a game and Tyson is in the starting XI. It's going to be massive.

 

I hope he gets a big cheer. I fear most people don't know what many many hours he's spent being an awesome, arguably the best off-field ambassador for us, and will just go "huh? who's this guy"

 

Then we'll just have to be even louder

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does anyone think he looks like that superhero in the coles ads?, the one that can magically bring down prices, hoping to see him in the next avengers movie

Edited by UncleGoat

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