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Kerem Bulut


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  • Date Of Birth: 03/02/92
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
    Position: Forward
    Joined Wanderers: 12/01/15
    Contract Details: 2014/15 Asian Champions League contract. Rejoined club on 2 year deal 24/8/16. Released January 2016.
    Contract Finish: 2017/18
    Previous Club: Iraklis
    Wanderers Debut: 28th February 2015 vs Sydney FC
    A-League Appearances: 15
    A-League Goals: 5
    ACL Appearances: 4
    ACL Goals: 1
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 20
    Total Goals: 6
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 13 (6), 2016/17: 7 (0)
    Highlight: Scored two goals on debut in the Sydney Derby.
    Description: A talented young striker who had the early part of his career marred by off-field controversy. His first stint at the Wanderers career burned bright, quickly becoming a supporter favourite for his passion and goal scoring ability only for a rumoured falling out with the senior playing staff & coaches seeing him leave the club at the conclusion of his first and only season in the Red & Black. After a horror run for Iraklis he initially came back to the Wanderers for a short trial before signing a 2 year deal. His second coming lastly little more than half a season as he fell victim to Tony Popovic's notoriously short fuse and joined Andrew Redmayne in being punted from the club in January 2017.
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Top draw match from the 60 minutes he played, great goals, his pace is fantastic, his determination & love for being given another chance is clear to see and I forsee a future here with us at WSW. My MOTM!!!

Just hope he isn't injured because he came off really early! That's the last bloody thing we need!

Hearing on twitter might be a hammy or calf strain...but he was moving straight after. Taurus...any word?

 

It's his first competitive game after a really long time. Could just be a match fitness thing?

 

Hope so

After all his running and ferreting for the ball in the oppo half he must've been shagged out

 

He has had 2 months of training, I seriously doubt that after 60 minutes that he'd be pulling up with cramp. The only reason he'd come off is because of injury, in fact as soon as he took his shin pads off you could see his game was up. Seriously struggling in this department after the loss of first santalab and now Bulut. Doesn't help that Tomi hasn't fired since the Asian Cup which makes these losses all the more critical.

 

Taurus has good sources but I don't think he can find out before the physios check him out on Monday or maybe the recovery session tomorrow.

 

 

Kerem will be fine. 

He was just suffering from cramp associated with the rigours of the recent travel to Japan, 60 minutes of running around on a sponge cake like surface & the emotional contribution he had expended during the match.

Only a couple of minutes after he requested to be & was subbed off, he was engaged in combative dialogue with a smurf fan in the front row of Bay47. His continual glances & inaudible comments directed towards the smurf fan had the assembled WSW supporters in stitches.   

I'm really encouraged by the attitude shown by both Kerem & Yojiro, as despite being totally spent, both rode every pass & goal scoring opportunity we created over the final 10 / 15  minutes.

 

#PASSIONISNOTACRIME

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Before his first goal went in he was showing some serious intent to hunt down the ball.

 

It's incredible that his dedication was paid off handsomely with two goals, this doesn't always happen on debut. I have a lot of faith that his future with us will be a bright one.

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I am impressed. There's only a few times I've been impressed so much by a player the first time I saw them. It happened with Ronaldo, he was a little kid that wanted to do tricks, but that sort of worked with me. I was glued to the screen. Next was Rooney, he was like a bulldog running everywhere and fighting for every ball. I'd put Bulut somewhere there. Not in the rank of Rooney and other superstars, but his attitude is what left that 'wow' effect on me. He knows this is probably his last chance to fulfil his potential and was so grateful for it. The way he ran, that passion he had, he made all others look like spoilt ballerinas out there. Keep it up westie boy!

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Putting it out there...

 

He ran like Dino...but faster.

 

i was awaiting for someone to bring this up...i'm glad it was you Manfred as i was worried i'd offend you when i pointed out.

 

Already scored as many goals as Dino...instant legend. 

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Putting it out there...

 

He ran like Dino...but faster.

 

i was awaiting for someone to bring this up...i'm glad it was you Manfred as i was worried i'd offend you when i pointed out.

 

Already scored as many goals as Dino...instant legend. 

 

 

Until he puts one in off the back heel in a semi he is but a mere novitiate in the Church of Sainted Dino....

 

But the spirit of Dino is strong in this one...a fist pump is his next task to be completed

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Both goal celebrations were superb!

 

Side note: is Bulut pronounced as its spelt? I heard that it's actually Booloo?

 

I heard it was pronounced Crème brûlée

 

 

That joke is custard man.

 

 

Come on guys.. it's just a trifle-ing  matter.... ;)

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After Bulut got a goal and had his face up on the big screen, the Feeling unsafe? Call this number thing popped up. I had a good laugh. He sure did have ESFC shitting themselves at that point

 

Is there repercussions for sending a sarcastic text or call to that number? One day I should call them and tell I'm scared that the away fans' chants will giving me cancer, or that we need more flares and things.

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You know what 

 

Starting to see the same player that i saw in 2009/2010 

 

i have no doubts that if he can put in same amount of effort/heart on saturday he will be the greatest WSW player 

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I have to say I wasn't too keen on Balut joining WSW, but if he shows 50% of that passion and hunger than I'll be happy (as long as he stays out of any off field drama)

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lol i remember posting about how bad this thread was and all the hate at the begging of him signing...after all the negative crap from some wanderers fans and half the league fans about this guy i would imagine after he came off on saturday he would feel a little something like this...

:popa:

and to all the people who doubted him and didnt even want to give him the chance.

:bouzanis:

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After Bulut got a goal and had his face up on the big screen, the Feeling unsafe? Call this number thing popped up. I had a good laugh. He sure did have ESFC shitting themselves at that point

 

 

Is there repercussions for sending a sarcastic text or call to that number? One day I should call them and tell I'm scared that the away fans' chants will giving me cancer, or that we need more flares and things.

Do it with a prepaid sim, last thing you'd want is them having your number or tracking you down!
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Can someone translate if possible. Think this is a Bulut chant.

Those are Fenerbache jerseys,

He played for Akhisar Belediyespor and Karsiyaka whilst in Turkey.

 

video title translates to

UEFA Europa League ... micelle BUCÄ°OÄžL FERHAT THREE Kerem Bulut

 

Video description translates to

1907 ALL STARTED with yellow next NAVY CAN ....

SEVDANIN NAME FENERBAHÇE WAS NOT WAS lifetime spectacle ... SEVDAMIZ

 

very odd

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