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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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Is Kearyn still injured? If so, what is it? He never appears in any of the squads and although I know he was an injury replacement for A League I thought he was part of the ACL squad and played in the first game.

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Is Kearyn still injured? If so, what is it? He never appears in any of the squads and although I know he was an injury replacement for A League I thought he was part of the ACL squad and played in the first game.

Popa said in a video released yesterday saying that he could be available for the game on Tuesday

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Is Kearyn still injured? If so, what is it? He never appears in any of the squads and although I know he was an injury replacement for A League I thought he was part of the ACL squad and played in the first game.

Popa said in a video released yesterday saying that he could be available for the game on Tuesday

Got injured in Dec/Jan (ankle maybe) & then came back from injury playing an away acl match. First game back, picks up another long term injury & been out ever since.

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came off injured holding his quad in the youth match this weekend. lets hope its nothing.

Damn, I know he had so many issues in my preseason with injury so it's a big shame that he is might be out longer:(

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I note that both the Baccus boys have Blacktown City listed as their Junior club but their first Junior club was Parklea. Anyone know why Blacktown is listed? Jamo is also ex Blacktown City but his first junior club is correctly listed as Kings Langley.

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Joins Pepper on the "do not use unless dire emergency" list. Has done jackshit all season. Basically, he's the new Trifiro.

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Joins Pepper on the "do not use unless dire emergency" list. Has done jackshit all season. Basically, he's the new Trifiro.

Set up the winner for central coast away 2nd trip other than that... I'll never forget the nix game pepper and him ran the midfield

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Joins Pepper on the "do not use unless dire emergency" list. Has done jackshit all season. Basically, he's the new Trifiro.

 

What a load of ****. I'm sick of bullshit, uninformed, cancerous statements like this from so-called supporters. Yes, you're allowed an opinion. Yes, you're allowed to be critical. Should you frame your opinion in provocative hyperbole such as "done jackshit all season"? Probably, not.

 

For the record, I wholeheartedly disagree with your opinion, I think Kearyn is an excellent holding midfielder who shows composure on the ball and busts a lung every time he gets an opportunity. 7/10 would re-sign.

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Had a monster game at the pyro party in Melbourne a few months back. Gun player. Good example that it takes time and effort for a NPL player to catch up with the HAL establishment. That he is always compared with Andreu and Dimas doesn't make it any easier for him. Way ahead of Pepper and Trifiro.

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i rate baccus, FCB nail on the head his composure is amazing if you look at who he is coming on to replace midfielders 15 years his senior with serious pedigree, he made a couple of mistakes that cost us so what he is young and has plenty of room to grow, i also remember another midfielder of ours who has scored atleast 2 own goals this season and sloppy possession lose a few times in critical area's. imo his composure and distribution of the ball are amazing for his age and can really grow under popa.

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If tsb wants to be a delusional cheerleader for a 24yo who has done nothing at all to show he is an A-League quality player, he is free to do so.

 

If he goes to CCM to replace Montgomery I suspect he will flop like Trifiro at City and Kubi at Wellington.

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If tsb wants to be a delusional cheerleader for a 24yo who has done nothing at all to show he is an A-League quality player, he is free to do so.

 

If he goes to CCM to replace Montgomery I suspect he will flop like Trifiro at City and Kubi at Wellington.

what do expect from him?? you say he has done nothing what exactly do you want from him?? 

brings composure to the midfield is a good distributor of the ball, is a work horse i cant really see what more you want from him 

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Either make an impact (score goals or provide assists), or leave and let a young player from our NPL side get a chance.

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Either make an impact (score goals or provide assists), or leave and let a young player from our NPL side get a chance.

Stokz hit the nail on the head, look at who he is replacing his job isnt to provide assits or goals (and if it is then what have dimas and andreu been doing all season) he does what he asked to do well... i cant really see why you think he isnt up to standard

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He's coming on as an attacking sub in our midfield, and does nothing. His passing is ordinary, his tackling is average at best. He does exactly what Trifiro did. Fill a hole, but do nothing to change a game or improve our chances of winning. The club is better off promoting a young player.

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