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Labinot Haliti


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  • Date Of Birth: 26/10/85
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Pristina
    Squad Number: 7
    Position: Wing Forward
    Secondary Positions: Forward
    Joined Wanderers: 02/07/12
    Contract Details: 1 year initial contract. 1 year extension on 1st May 2013. 2 year extension on 9th December 2013.
    Contract Finish: 2015/16
    Previous Club: Newcastle Jets
    Wanderers Debut: 6th October 2012 vs Central Coast Mariners
    A-League Appearances: 64
    A-League Goals: 7
    ACL Appearances: 19
    ACL Goals: 3
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 2
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 86
    Total Goals: 10
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 19 (5), 2013/14: 32 (4), 2014/15: 35 (1)
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13), Asian Champions League Winner (2014).
    Highlight: Scored his first goal for the Wanderers, and the first goal in Perth for the Wanderers, against Perth Glory in Round 13, Season 2012/13 on 27/12/2013.
    Highlight: Scored the first ever Wanderers goal against the Central Coast Mariners in the A-league, in Round 23, Season 2012/13 on 2/03/2013.
    Highlight: Haliti was the only player for the Wanderers to play in every Asian Champions League 2013/14 match.
    Description: Attacking winger/forward who earned his break playing for Western Sydney clubs in the NSL, after coming to this country as an immigrant from Europe. Noted for repeatedly incurring yellow cards for removing his shirt after scoring. After being used sparingly in the first half of the 2012/13 season, he usurped Joey Gibbs as one of the two regular first team strikers, and his inspired performances against the Central Coast Mariners & Melbourne Heart went a long way to secured the Premiership in that season. The 2014/15 season however was not a success, with Haliti finding the back of the net on just one occasion, and he was allowed to leave to join his old club Newcastle in July 2015.
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played for SU didn't he?

 

i thought that made you croatian?

He was an excitement machine at united, but think Omar was saying Santa is playing ahead of labi coz he Cro lol

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I'm puzzled as to why a fringe player has been offered a two year deal.  Haliti is the kind of player we should be looking to replace in order to progress.  IMO at best he is a fair impact player.  He must be getting paid peanuts and happy with his bit part role.

 

Personally I'd prefer to blood one of the youngsters as other clubs seem to be doing or pinching one from another club if our kids are not ready.

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Has Labi played on the wing much? Can't quite remember whether he's played as a winger or just as a striker.

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Hasn't much played on the wing

Perth - Played striker for 30mins

Adel - played winger for first 45mins

 

Then when Santa/Juric was out played as striker while Popa used Minnecon and Kubi on the wings

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Not sure about what you guys see, but I don't like how Haliti are chasing the fouls instead of the ball of late. Too many soft touch on him and he's already hugging the pitch.

I agree with you. I think the high number of instances last night was partially due to being ACL (and the Chinese players milking things a lot more than WSW). And the sheer lack of attacking options when he had the ball upfield (often from a ball pumped long up to him). Dino used to draw a foul in that instance too, maybe he was a little more subtle.

 

Not a fan of simulation/milking, but it is a part of the game.

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Not sure about what you guys see, but I don't like how Haliti are chasing the fouls instead of the ball of late. Too many soft touch on him and he's already hugging the pitch.

I agree with you. I think the high number of instances last night was partially due to being ACL (and the Chinese players milking things a lot more than WSW). And the sheer lack of attacking options when he had the ball upfield (often from a ball pumped long up to him). Dino used to draw a foul in that instance too, maybe he was a little more subtle.

 

Not a fan of simulation/milking, but it is a part of the game.

 

 

Agreed! ^^

 

I think there were 2 opportunites where Haliti could have worked the ball within the penalty box, but he decided to fall to the pitch. In saying that though, we dont look too exciting when we do manage to work the ball in there. 

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saw haliti and spiranovic yesterday when i was waiting for the train didnt recognize them at first, got on their train and sat down went towards window and haliti started fist pumping at me (probably thought i was RBB because of my red ben sherman shirt Lol)

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I was on my way to the station to go home from Parra and I see a familiar face walking a dog (I assume it's his?).

 

He is very approachable even my a dodgy looking ethnic like me lol

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I was on my way to the station to go home from Parra and I see a familiar face walking a dog (I assume it's his?).

 

He is very approachable even my a dodgy looking ethnic like me lol

 

Yeah I'm pretty sure it's his face.

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I was on my way to the station to go home from Parra and I see a familiar face walking a dog (I assume it's his?).

 

He is very approachable even my a dodgy looking ethnic like me lol

 

Yeah I'm pretty sure it's his face.

 

 

Beware mocking a sick admin ...Lol

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It seems like they're interested in signing a Wanderers player regardless of who it is.

 

'We want Juric.'

- but he's not for sale.

 

'Give us Haliti then.'

 

- sorry boys, not for sale.

 

'Alright then, give us Kuzmanovski, Fofanah...whatever!'

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Sanfrecce Hiroshima are apparently interested in signing Labi if they can't secure Tomi in the January transfer window.

I know you're the source of all sources, but are you being serious? I can't tell whether you're trolling!

 

Edit: just saw the smh article, massive congrats to labi for all his hard work and effort in a secondary role at the club being recognised, we love you mate!!

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He's been a loyal servant, dutifully playing the impact sub role without any obvious complaint that I've seen for two seasons now. Hard to begrudge him a chance like that if it comes up in the January window.

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Labi teaching some kids down the road some football ..

 

Learn football with labi flyers in my letterbox, must be legit.

Good on him!

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