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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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Why did he travel to NZ if he wasn't in the match day squad?

 

I'm not aware whether he travelled as a potential player or just a casual observer.

Either way, it was an ideal opportunity for him to get acquainted with his new team mates, our processes & methodoligy.

I suspect his contract may be extended to cover 2015 ACL campaign, if he impresses Popa over the next couple of months.  

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Why did he travel to NZ if he wasn't in the match day squad?

I'm not aware whether he travelled as a potential player or just a casual observer.

Either way, it was an ideal opportunity for him to get acquainted with his new team mates, our processes & methodoligy.

I suspect his contract may be extended to cover 2015 ACL campaign, if he impresses Popa over the next couple of months.

Also smart.

 

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Gun player, feel sorry for the bloke after promising career was put on hold but good to see one of the Sydney A-League clubs give him a chance, a few of his team mates have been picked up by the Central Coast aswell

 

We really need to tell those clowns to concentrate on their COE and stop snooping around the west like rats looking for players.

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Dear god, I was joking before, but Mack really does new to put a limit on how many times lookers and Megan can using the Golec photo/emoticon....

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Gun player, feel sorry for the bloke after promising career was put on hold but good to see one of the Sydney A-League clubs give him a chance, a few of his team mates have been picked up by the Central Coast aswell

We really need to tell those clowns to concentrate on their COE and stop snooping around the west like rats looking for players.

 

 

what can u do, young players want to play a-league and if a a-league club comes offering they will take it......plenty of players not getting chances which sickens me and than you have some very **** players who constantly keep getting resigned 

 

sydney fc have done good, picked up gameiro, naumoff, gligor, triantis, janjetovic & gersbach

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My mail concurs with Fatshlob's comments.

 

Being a non European, for him to get a gig at a French club, he has to be better than the locals, in order to warrant a 'Visa' type contract.

 

He can play #6, #8 or #10 & was rated amongst, if not the best player in the NSWPL.

 

Kearyn travelled to NZ with the squad for the Wellington game.

 

His younger brother & cousin are also playing with our youth squad.

 

reckon we might see a few jersey's with his name on the back by the end of the season.

 

if my mail is correct :ninja:

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Gun player, feel sorry for the bloke after promising career was put on hold but good to see one of the Sydney A-League clubs give him a chance, a few of his team mates have been picked up by the Central Coast aswell

Was it injury that forced him back to Australia?

 

 

http://footballcentral.com.au/baccus-to-the-beginning-at-blacktown/#.VF2GkPldWSo

 

That will pretty much sum everything up, good luck to the bloke

 

All we need is WSW to sign Travis Major aswell (best player in nsw eague+top goalscorer) and will be good

 

 

 

Major trialled with CCM in the preseason match against the Jets (somewhere out in the wilderness), didn't score but I thought he created a few chances and looked rather good hounding the Jets defence. He trialled alongside Poscoliero (also from Blacktown City, right?) who was the one Moss ended up signing.

 

Not sure if he didn't have the space for him and figured he had enough attacking options in the squad, but I thought Major was in with a shot at the contract. Was disappointed not to see him join, partly because I thought he was good quality and partly because the thought of Major and Duke in the line up was too good to pass up.

 

 

Regarding the actual topic at hand, I'm quite excited by the prospect of Baccus, adds to the midfield options. Perhaps contends for the number 6 and 10 spot, so giving competition to Poljak, Trifiro and Bridge/Saba. Likely to be utilised during Popa's fatigue and quality management procedures and could be a versatile option off the bench.

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Gun player, feel sorry for the bloke after promising career was put on hold but good to see one of the Sydney A-League clubs give him a chance, a few of his team mates have been picked up by the Central Coast aswell

Was it injury that forced him back to Australia?

 

 

http://footballcentral.com.au/baccus-to-the-beginning-at-blacktown/#.VF2GkPldWSo

 

That will pretty much sum everything up, good luck to the bloke

 

All we need is WSW to sign Travis Major aswell (best player in nsw eague+top goalscorer) and will be good

 

 

 

Major trialled with CCM in the preseason match against the Jets (somewhere out in the wilderness), didn't score but I thought he created a few chances and looked rather good hounding the Jets defence. He trialled alongside Poscoliero (also from Blacktown City, right?) who was the one Moss ended up signing.

 

Not sure if he didn't have the space for him and figured he had enough attacking options in the squad, but I thought Major was in with a shot at the contract. Was disappointed not to see him join, partly because I thought he was good quality and partly because the thought of Major and Duke in the line up was too good to pass up.

 

 

Regarding the actual topic at hand, I'm quite excited by the prospect of Baccus, adds to the midfield options. Perhaps contends for the number 6 and 10 spot, so giving competition to Poljak, Trifiro and Bridge/Saba. Likely to be utilised during Popa's fatigue and quality management procedures and could be a versatile option off the bench.

 

 

Monty, Monty, Monty. You, sir, are entitled to one (1) Bandit-purchased beverage of your choice redeemable whenever we're in a pub together. This ^^ is now the only acceptable nomenclature for what has been ignorantly labelled a gyration stratagem (or something similar) in the past by bottom-feeding media weenies.

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So he is no longer a Wanderering virgin anymore, did ok and looked nervous and had an awkward pass go for a corner. It's funny how Popa can debut someone in a big derby game and probably won't see him play again for ages.

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So he is no longer a Wanderering virgin anymore, did ok and looked nervous and had an awkward pass go for a corner. It's funny how Popa can debut someone in a big derby game and probably won't see him play again for ages.

He debuted in Perth.

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So he is no longer a Wanderering virgin anymore, did ok and looked nervous and had an awkward pass go for a corner. It's funny how Popa can debut someone in a big derby game and probably won't see him play again for ages.

He debuted in Perth.

Didn't realize that, did he come on late for a few minutes as I can't remember him.

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So he is no longer a Wanderering virgin anymore, did ok and looked nervous and had an awkward pass go for a corner. It's funny how Popa can debut someone in a big derby game and probably won't see him play again for ages.

He debuted in Perth.
Didn't realize that, did he come on late for a few minutes as I can't remember him.

Yep, 77th minute...

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He does like the long pass.

When it's on the ground its good and it can switch the play quite well.

But when it's in the air, it goes straight to the player, he doesn't place it in a spot where Castelen or Bridge could run onto it

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Well he is what he is, just an injury replacement player.

on the minimum A-League wage, I'm not expecting a lot from him, so whatever he does good has to be a positive

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He does like the long pass.

 

When it's on the ground its good and it can switch the play quite well.

 

But when it's in the air, it goes straight to the player, he doesn't place it in a spot where Castelen or Bridge could run onto it

 

you did see what happened every time the ball wasn't played to someone's feet last night didn't ya? the ball went over the sideline or straight to a roar player.

 

quality player though, hopefully gets an ACL gig (not the gameiro/abbas kind) and a full time contract next year. Has impressed me so far - and lets face it, my opinion matters to popa....

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I thought he was pretty poor in the first half but much improved and showed some good stuff while he was on in the second.

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He took a while to find his feet but wasn't helped by the lack of cohesion amongst the rest of his team mates. Stick with him and IMO a better option than Trifiro.

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Popa is starting to mould his squad for next season and beyond.

I can see baccus being a trifiro replacement, low salary solid.

Evident by baccus coming Into last 5 match day squads.

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