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Kearyn Baccus


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  • Date Of Birth: 05/09/91
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Durban, South Africa
    Squad Number: 15
    Position: Central Midfield
    Joined Wanderers: 05/11/14
    Contract Details: Injury replacement contract for Brendon Santalab. Signed 2.5 year deal on 8/6/2015. 2 year extension 7/6/2017.
    Contract Finish: 2018/19
    Previous Club: Blacktown City Demons
    Wanderers Debut: 15th November 2014 vs Perth Glory
    A-League Appearances: 62
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 7
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 11
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 1
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 81
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 7 (0), 2015/16: 14 (0), 2016/17: 33 (0), 2017/18: 24 (0), 2018/19: 3 (0)
    Description: A midfielder who has represented Australia at youth level, Kearyn Baccus was called up to the Wanderers as an injury replacement for Brendon Santalab. After several years in and around the first team, he was released by the Wanderers at the start of the 2018/19 season due to disciplinary problems.
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F*cking disgrace what he did last night. 
He doesn't even appear in the group flag pic with the rest of the team 
I wouldn't even have him on the squad lists until he made a public apology (which he won't)

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17 minutes ago, wswtragic said:

Not the temperament you want in someone who will never rise above the level of a squaddie.

This sort of behavior that will keep him at that level. He will be integral this season if we don’t sign anyone else & better than a squaddie.

It’s poor form, he isn’t a young kid anymore & no excuse for this sort behavior. Looks bad.

Hopefully we will see Babbel pull him into line & sort out his off field behavior, has been going on for too long

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Baccus' attitude has been a problem ever since he wanted his move away overseas last season refusing to play, so it did not shock me what I saw he did last night. Time to sit on the sidelines, I hope Babbel makes an example out of him.

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9 hours ago, FutbolJustin said:

When it’s a really hot day and they say the frozen coke machine isn’t working.

 

55 minutes ago, theguyyouwishyouwere said:

when you don't score a goal so you can't show off your new sports bra

when you have wanderers to win by 2+ and 2-0 in separate multi's and they're the only leg to let you down.

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31 minutes ago, TehSmileyBandit said:

"Show some passion for the team!"

"This is a disgrace!"

 

Sometimes you guys baffle me...

Throwing the jersey on the ground though...

Smash a water bottle on the ground, kick the advertising board, punch a wall or chair or the ground - but showing passion for the team does not involve throwing your jersey onto the floor

thats just disrespectful to the team 

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44 minutes ago, TehSmileyBandit said:

"Show some passion for the team!"

"This is a disgrace!"

 

Sometimes you guys baffle me...

I have no issues with a player getting a strop on and having a hissy fit as it does indeed show passion and also shows that you care......

What I don't like to see is the storming off down the tunnel thing rather than going to the bench, I didn't see it live on the night but I heard that he did this from on here. For me...if you **** off down the tunnel after being subbed and you ignore the manager...after throwing your shirt on the ground....then keep on walking out the door....

Edited by Smoggy

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6 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

I have no issues with a player getting a strop on and having a hissy fit as it does indeed show passion and also shows that you care......

What I don't like to see is the storming off down the tunnel thing rather than going to the bench, I didn't see it live on the night but I heard that he did this from on here. For me...if you **** off down the tunnel after being subbed and you ignore the manager...after throwing your shirt on the ground....then keep on walking out the door....

Getting the shits about being subbed isn't unusual. Disrespecting the shirt and dogging the fans is.

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Hope Markus takes him to one side, lays the law down hard, will not stand for that crap again or else, and put the emotion of that action in to your bloody tackling from now on, i.e. control your anger constructively.

Remember young man, never make rash emotional decisions, control, you are in the public eye and the public will always let you know how they feel. 

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29 minutes ago, TehSmileyBandit said:

Disrespecting the shirt :rolleyes:

It's not the Murican flag! Reading a bit too much into the symbolism.

Disagree. It shows a great deal of disrespect, especially when there are others who are proud to wear the club jersey.

And the Murican flag is an imperialist rag.

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46 minutes ago, TehSmileyBandit said:

Disrespecting the shirt :rolleyes:

It's not the Murican flag! Reading a bit too much into the symbolism.

I'm a Brian Clough man management fan.....if a player as much put his hands in his pockets whilst walking from the bus to the changing rooms he had em :D

I love the Clough quote from a TV interview in the 70's

"Tell me Brian, what do you do if a player comes up to you and says that they disagree with you"

"Well..we sit down, we talk it through...and then we both come to the conclusion I was right" :D

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Weather forecast: storm in a tea cup.   

I prefer a player who gets the shits when being subbed off to one who happily "earns" his marquee wage as a spectator. Fire in the belly is good, ice cream in the belly less so.

How much fire is too much fire is for Babbel to decide. I doubt the coach has seen anything that warrants drastic intervention. A private talk, a few firm words perhaps, a donation for the swear jar - that should be the measure of it.

 

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1 hour ago, MartinTyler said:

I assume that all the squad will be present tomorrow regardless of whether they take the field, so it will be interesting to see Kearyn's demeanour !!

Well..even if he is too hot i doubt he will take his shirt off....

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