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Sam Gallaway


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  • Date Of Birth: 16/03/92
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Coffs Harbour, Australia
    Squad Number: 25
    Position: Left Fullback
    Joined Wanderers: 13/01/15
    Contract Details: 1 Year Initial Contract
    Contract Finish: 2014/15
    Previous Club: Newcastle Jets
    Wanderers Debut: 1st February 2015 vs Melbourne City
    A-League Appearances: 11
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 3
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 14
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 14 (0)
    Description: A young utility defender with left fullback as his main position, Gallaway started his professional career at the Newcastle Jets, making 41 appearances before leaving to join Western Sydney. His Red & Black career didn't last long, being released after only 14 appearances.
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It seems like he has the right attitude for a Wanderer...

 

‘‘It is definitely a different environment,’’ Gallaway said. ‘‘We are working a lot harder.

 

‘‘I had a little chat to popa when I got here, but it was more, ‘Welcome, this what we do, we have a winning culture here and don’t like whingers’.’’

 

http://www.theherald.com.au/story/2814946/gallaway-says-wanderers-move-worth-the-risk/?cs=306

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It seems like he has the right attitude for a Wanderer...

 

‘‘It is definitely a different environment,’’ Gallaway said. ‘‘We are working a lot harder.

 

‘‘I had a little chat to popa when I got here, but it was more, ‘Welcome, this what we do, we have a winning culture here and don’t like whingers’.’’

 

http://www.theherald.com.au/story/2814946/gallaway-says-wanderers-move-worth-the-risk/?cs=306

'We don't like whingers'

No doubt this brought Vitor Saba down after his interview.

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It seems like he has the right attitude for a Wanderer...

 

‘‘It is definitely a different environment,’’ Gallaway said. ‘‘We are working a lot harder.

 

‘‘I had a little chat to popa when I got here, but it was more, ‘Welcome, this what we do, we have a winning culture here and don’t like whingers’.’’

 

http://www.theherald.com.au/story/2814946/gallaway-says-wanderers-move-worth-the-risk/?cs=306

'We don't like whingers'

No doubt this brought Vitor Saba down after his interview.

 

spot on

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I thought he did very well considering I'm sure he was on the bench thinking he wouldn't get game time.

 

Linked sorta well with Castelen, did the job defencively, and put in a few alright crosses into the area... what more could you ask for? He was always an outlet available on the right and he didn't give away possession cheaply and from where I sat, he fought to retain possession when he did turn into trouble.

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Theres a reason why he only played 40 odd games for Newcastle over 5 years. 

 

Dont rate him, but will still support him as he's a Wanderer

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Average again last night.

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Yeah he did it tough. Victory looked like they were targeting him. Started on the left and they played everything to Archie. Popa switched him with Tanaka so Victory started playing Khalfallah who got three assists.

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He's so far out of his depth it's not funny.

 

Continued the tradition of unsuccessfully taking his man on early in the game, then not taking his man on for the rest of the night.

 

Sh*t player. Should fold.

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Yeah he did it tough. Victory looked like they were targeting him. Started on the left and they played everything to Archie. Popa switched him with Tanaka so Victory started playing Khalfallah who got three assists.

  

he was fine I thought

Apart from getting absolutely skinned for the first goal he didn't have a bad game. Wasn't outstanding but apart from one mistake did his job okay, lots of people forget that this was the story of D'apuzzo's time with us at LB.

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Well if Popa could play Tanaka at left and right back he would, which he is bloody well trying to do.

 

FFS what I would do to sign Georgievski.

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tbh I don't think he has been as bad as people are making out to be. Golec has had some clangers at LB this season just sayin.

 

remember he came mid season, team morale all time low, stand outs in our team have been few & far between, id be willing to give him another season

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Guest redwhiteblack

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I must be watching a different Sam Gallaway.

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Please tell me this guy doesn't get a renewed contract. I was shocked not to see him on the list. We really need to thank him for his services.

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