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Jordon Mutch


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  • Date Of Birth: 02/12/91
    Nation: England
    Birthplace: Alvaston, England
    Position: Central Midfield
    Joined Wanderers: 05/01/21
    Contract Details: 1 Season Initial Contract
    Contract Finish: 2020/21
    Previous Club: Aalesund
    Wanderers Debut: 21st February 2021 vs Wellington Phoenix
    A-League Appearances: 13
    A-League Goals: 2
    Total Appearances: 13
    Total Goals: 2
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2020/21: 13 (2)
    Highlight: Scored his first goal for the Wanderers against Western United in Round 11 of Season 2020/21.
    Description: Combative midfielder who has a good long range shot on him, Mutch was known to Wanderers manager Carl Robinson from their time together at Vancouver, where Mutch played after leaving the English league system. He played a bit role in his only season at the Wanderers, filling into the midfield when required.
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16 hours ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

Out of quarantine tomorrow, looking forward to see him get some minutes soon.

It would of been nice to have him available for tomorrow's game against the Bulls but I feel he'll be available for the game against Victory

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Thought he was more than okay, very promising in fact, let's see how he goes starting, he has the ability obviously and essentially the experience in the big league, believe he will be here next season personally.

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Haven't seen Mutch of him since he scored that goal against the Nux. He's been absent since then. What's the go with him?

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14 hours ago, SBW said:

Haven't seen Mutch of him since he scored that goal against the Nux. He's been absent since then. What's the go with him?

Wandering the same.

I knew he would be squaddie but this is just a complete waste of a foreign space.

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6 minutes ago, Sithslayer1991 said:

Wandering the same.

I knew he would be squaddie but this is just a complete waste of a foreign space.

14 hours ago, SBW said:

Haven't seen Mutch of him since he scored that goal against the Nux. He's been absent since then. What's the go with him?

He was training yesterday at Members day, looked a bit tired afterwards but he looks like he should be ready to get minutes again. If he doesn't make the squad next game, it could suggest that Robinson doesn't rate him to play in the first team.

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3 minutes ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

He was training yesterday at Members day, looked a bit tired afterwards but he looks like he should be ready to get minutes again. If he doesn't make the squad next game, it could suggest that Robinson doesn't rate him to play in the first team.

Considering the form BOTH Dorrans and Baccus are in I would have dropped the two of them for Mutch and JOD

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12 minutes ago, Sithslayer1991 said:

Considering the form BOTH Dorrans and Baccus are in I would have dropped the two of them for Mutch and JOD

I still rate Dorrans, Baccus has lost it in recent times.

For me Mutch and Dorrans should start.

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2 minutes ago, THEWANDERERSPOST said:

I still rate Dorrans, Baccus has lost it in recent times.

For me Mutch and Dorrans should start.

Fair but to be honest the last maybe 4 games Dorrans has been making some poor passes and lazy defending given the run around a few times as well which can explain his discipline record. Baccus has been on a poor run since our 5th match this season Dorrans is slowly dropping to Baccus' level

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3 minutes ago, Sithslayer1991 said:

Fair but to be honest the last maybe 4 games Dorrans has been making some poor passes and lazy defending given the run around a few times as well which can explain his discipline record. Baccus has been on a poor run since our 5th match this season Dorrans is slowly dropping to Baccus' level

While I agree, there is a reason behind that. Baccus creates so much more work for everyone else because of his constant dispossession of the ball and terrible passing, as well as giving up the ball in very dangerous areas. Dorrans has to stay back a bit and get countered by sometimes 3-4 players which he can't stop himself, and its not like Mcgowan is doing him any favours either.

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The one thing i like about Dorrans, is when he does lose the ball noticed on a few occasions he does his best to try and win it back immediately if possible

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1 minute ago, WSWJACK said:

The one thing i like about Dorrans, is when he does lose the ball noticed on a few occasions he does his best to try and win it back immediately if possible

He sprints back like a madman every time, id like to see that from some of our other players.

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10 minutes ago, teddies said:

Has decided to not re-sign. 

Thanks, Jordon. 

He decided or club did . ?

Western Sydney Wanderers FC can today confirm the departure of Jordon Mutch following a decision not to re-sign the player for a second season

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We offered a contract. Negotiations broke down or Mutch stalled or said no. He's joined Macarthur instead.

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3 hours ago, mack said:

We offered a contract. Negotiations broke down or Mutch stalled or said no. He's joined Macarthur instead.

Ffs CR out, what an absolute waste of a visa spot he was. Why if f would we have tried to keep him. Seriously if this is CRs three year plan it ain't looking good

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