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Michael Beauchamp


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  • Date Of Birth: 08/03/81
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Wakeley, New South Wales
    Squad Number: 5
    Position: Central Defender
    Joined Wanderers: 30/06/12
    Contract Details: 1 year initial contract. Signed 1 year extension on 31st December 2012 with a likely end date of 31st March 2014.
    Contract Finish: 2013/14
    Previous Club: Sydney FC
    Wanderers Debut: 6th October 2012 vs Central Coast Mariners
    A-League Appearances: 37
    A-League Goals: 2
    ACL Appearances: 7
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 44
    Total Goals: 2
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 24 (1), 2013/14: 20 (1)
    Individual Awards: A-League All Star (2012/13).
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13).
    Highlight: Scored the first ever Wanderers own-goal against Melbourne Victory, Round 8 of Season 2012/13 on 24/11/2012.
    Highlight: Scored his first goal for the Wanderers in the 2nd Sydney Derby, Round 11, Season 2012/13 on 15/12/2013.
    Description: A veteran central defender with European and International experience. He has joined the club from cross-town rivals Sydney FC and was named Captain for the inaugural season. After leaving the Wanderers he joined PTT Rayong, playing one season before retiring.
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"It was a spur of the moment thing."

 

You'd want to hope so...

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"It was a spur of the moment thing."

 

You'd want to hope so...

 

it only takes an extra moment to shave it off and sport the dino. No hair = no ****wit hairdo

 

but as they say, in popa we trust :D

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i think beauchamp is jealous of the topor stanley stand and whats to create his own stand of followers with his own unique hairstyle!!

hes got me convinced im gonna do it. :ninja:

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well its certainly.... different

Edited by mick9619

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it certainly dispels some stereotypes of our area doesn't it :unknw:

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had one of his best performances in years....gets dropped 2x in a row. bad luck beauchamp. 

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had one of his best performances in years....gets dropped 2x in a row. bad luck beauchamp. 

 

Need some clarity on his position...has he been dropped, rested, withdrawn due to family commitments...what? I thought he was playing out of his skin most games this season so far and whilst I am growing to like Spira's style and impact on our performance it seems strange to see Beauchamp MIA.

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had one of his best performances in years....gets dropped 2x in a row. bad luck beauchamp.

 

 Need some clarity on his position...has he been dropped, rested, withdrawn due to family commitments...what? I thought he was playing out of his skin most games this season so far and whilst I am growing to like Spira's style and impact on our performance it seems strange to see Beauchamp MIA.

To be honest it more than likely seems that there is a personality clash there. Unfortunate. Beauchamp has been solid.

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had one of his best performances in years....gets dropped 2x in a row. bad luck beauchamp.

 Need some clarity on his position...has he been dropped, rested, withdrawn due to family commitments...what? I thought he was playing out of his skin most games this season so far and whilst I am growing to like Spira's style and impact on our performance it seems strange to see Beauchamp MIA.

To be honest it more than likely seems that there is a personality clash there. Unfortunate. Beauchamp has been solid.

 

 

 

He's injured.

 

 
See, this is why we need someone to come out from the club and say something. If he is injured tell us. If there are personality clashes maybe that won't be recognised but for now it's very 'Spira's playing, Beauchamp isn't' and we're left to speculate.
 
This kind of stuff is fuel for forums like this but having so much respect for Beauchamp, Spira and Popa it is hard to resolve the vacuum in information without questioning someone's credibility.

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The WSW are the only only A League side with three top Australian CBs. Spiranovic is arguably the best Aussie CB, and he didnt join to sit on the bench. He is still in the process of coming up to speed, and he ll be outstanding once he is playing to his full potential. On top of that, NTS may just be in the form of his life. Something has to give, and right now its Beauchamp. I have no doubt that we ll see rotation happening sooner or later, and this non issue will go away.

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Manfred - I agree!

 

 

I'm concerned that the club, Beauchamp himself, and Popa aren't telling us anything.  

 

When the club/ Popa/ Beauchamp have not been upfront in telling us fans what's really going on, you can't expect fans to NOT jump to conclusions.  

 

I know Popa is the sort of coach who plays his cards close to his chest, and good on him for that.  

 

But it worries me, that for whatever reason, they're not saying what's up.   :unknw:   

 

Is it just an physical football injury?  If so - why not just say so?  

If it's worse - why not just make an announcement saying it's for "personal reasonsâ€?  

Has he just been dropped?

Personality clashes?

Family commitments?

 

I honestly do hope it's "just" an physical injury, and that he's back feeling 100%, AND on the playing surface soon.

Edited by 102megan

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for all we know, he could just have a cold or something.

 

our last two games have been cold and wet, and popa may not have wanted to play him in those conditions.

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Our duty is to support whatever players make an appearance on game day.

 

Popa has said he is not injured outside of this people can speculate at will

 

I like the mystery give us something to talk about

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He was training with kubi and baressi. Hersi was training by himself, at a higher intensity than the other 3, should be ready for the roar game.

 

Best part though was popa walking up the hill in his suit casually juggling the ball. He still has the skills.

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Haha @ Beauchamp claiming theres already a bunch of people in the RBB with the same haircut.

 

Edited by Malone

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I believe Megsy questioned the depth of our goal nets...

He questioned my poll bias, I questioned his place in the team to Popa.

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I believe Megsy questioned the depth of our goal nets...

 

 

I knew there was a reason he was the captain.

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I believe Megsy questioned the depth of our goal nets...

 

 

I knew there was a reason he was the captain.

 

Yes and we would all like to know why he WAS the captain.... and yes I did have a sly look at the nets last night ( I can't believe I've told anyone this).

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Spoke to him yesterday, he's not injured and doesn't really know why he's been dropped.

Nice guy too...

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He was dropped for Heart so that Spiranovic could get game time before the match against Victory, which Spira played because Popa wanted to play out from the back more. Wouldn't surprise me if he's still out against the Roar.

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Poor, poor Meggsy. Was outstanding in rounds 1-4. Spira stepped up on Saturday too and was enormous. Hope he's Ok with pressure for spots including him  :unsure:

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wouldnt mind seeing MB and NTS vs roar. sharp aerial counters instead of trying to out-possess them.

Edited by Kizza

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i think Michael Beauchamp could do a good job with Spira at the back, all i know is we have 3 amazing defenders and all of them should be getting game time

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