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Steve Kuzmanovski


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  • Date Of Birth: 04/01/97
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
    Squad Number: 38
    Position: Left Wing
    Secondary Positions: Right Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 07/01/15
    Contract Details: Youth League contract
    Contract Finish: 2014/15
    Previous Club: Western Sydney Wanderers Youth
    Wanderers Debut: 6th January 2015 vs Melbourne Victory
    A-League Appearances: 8
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 0
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 8
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 8 (0)
    Description: A talented young winger who impressed late in season 2014/15 before moving to Melbourne City.
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Was waiting for this.

 

Would like to see him on for longer next time.

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Yeah he would be elevated to legendary status if that was a goal, he is a future star - we need to keep him.

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im pretty sure this was the guy from the macarthur game trial pre season that was running a muck on the wings with them fancy original Ronaldo oversteps and fast bursts of speed

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im pretty sure this was the guy from the macarthur game trial pre season that was running a muck on the wings with them fancy original Ronaldo oversteps and fast bursts of speed

That's him!!!

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He looked great!  He played like a puppy that had just been let off a leash... he was sooo  keen to go forward.

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He looked great!  He played like a puppy that had just been let off a leash... he was sooo  keen to go forward.

Yep he was in Kuz Control.

 

Thank you thankyou.

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Welcome Stevo!

 

Saw you in preseason and there is much promise!

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K-Man is showing more and more promise with every game that he plays. Okay, I'm as biased as all fook but he was very very good against the Cap-Cheaters last night, with only a few probs vis-a-vis vision and holding onto the ball too long. He takes on his opposite number with no fear and has some excellent ball control (he could teach the likes of Ruka a thing or two). It will be incredibly disappointing if he isn't given at least another youth contract, though preferably a 2 year full would be better IMHO. He's shown in 3-4 games this season plus those games against Macarthur Rams and Canberra City more than many supposedly more accomplished and older team mates.

 

Buzzed to give the wee kid a big handshake at the end of the game too.

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He likes to take his man own and doesn't lose the ball that often when doing so I'm a fan also.

Agree I'd much to see him than say Ruka next season he hasn't performed to expectations.

 

Also he has the Ronaldo move perfected - the kids are gunna love him!

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I'm a fan but he probably needs to beef up a bit as on occasions he is easily hustled off the ball. Still young and learning though!!

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I'm a fan but he probably needs to beef up a bit as on occasions he is easily hustled off the ball. Still young and learning though!!

Totally agree. He is very skillful but needs to use the offseason to beef up. Being a dribbler you can always expect him to be tackled hashly

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I'm a fan but he probably needs to beef up a bit as on occasions he is easily hustled off the ball. Still young and learning though!!

Totally agree. He is very skillful but needs to use the offseason to beef up. Being a dribbler you can always expect him to be tackled hashly

 

 

Yep...he's a bit of a lightweight, so hopefully during the off-season he can get a bit of gym work behind him plus maybe tackle a knuckle or three down the Bavarian  :good:

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I'm a fan but he probably needs to beef up a bit as on occasions he is easily hustled off the ball. Still young and learning though!!

 

Totally agree. He is very skillful but needs to use the offseason to beef up. Being a dribbler you can always expect him to be tackled hashly

 

Yep...he's a bit of a lightweight, so hopefully during the off-season he can get a bit of gym work behind him plus maybe tackle a knuckle or three down the Bavarian  :good:

:rofl: the wrong type of the weight Manfred :lol:

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he seemed to my uneducated eyes to always be running towards the ball and crowding the space. never seemed to be in line with the last man like a winger should. dunno :unknw:

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he seemed to my uneducated eyes to always be running towards the ball and crowding the space. never seemed to be in line with the last man like a winger should. dunno :unknw:

When WSW has the ball, he needs to make better runs off the ball to draw defenders away making space for the man with the ball but don't forget how old this guy is too, he is young, he will improve. I think this comes down to the fact that he is usually the one making the runs with the ball & is the dangerous weapon in the team so isn't used to having to help others out.

In defense, I think the way he moved was perfect & positioning/work rate was great. Much better than ruka and Castelen this season.

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he seemed to my uneducated eyes to always be running towards the ball and crowding the space. never seemed to be in line with the last man like a winger should. dunno :unknw:

When WSW has the ball, he needs to make better runs off the ball to draw defenders away making space for the man with the ball but don't forget how old this guy is too, he is young, he will improve. I think this comes down to the fact that he is usually the one making the runs with the ball & is the dangerous weapon in the team so isn't used to having to help others out.

In defense, I think the way he moved was perfect & positioning/work rate was great. Much better than ruka and Castelen this season.

 

 

I thought he was a bit like a raw Hersi, without the mindset to go in hard on tackles like our old RW mate was. K-Man has already got the beautiful combination of pace, control and positioning that Kwabs never got, but he needs to grow up a lot. It staggers the mind to think he's only 18...

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Looks a bit like Nicknova up close...

 

All macos look the same, don't they...  :ninja:

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Whoever taught this boy what a step over is deserves to be reported to DOCS.

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Should start at LM next season ahead of Bridge and Ruka IMO

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This kid will be in Europe in 2 years.

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Should start at LM next season ahead of Bridge and Ruka IMO

At least ahead of Bridge, and competing with Ruka for his spot

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Contiki?

In Bitola visiting his relos...

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