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Yianni Perkatis


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  • Date Of Birth: 08/03/94
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Baulkham Hills, Australia
    Squad Number: 15
    Position: Central Midfield
    Joined Wanderers: 01/07/12
    Contract Details: Initial 1 year youth team contract. On 7/03/2013 promoted to the first team with a further 2 years contract extension with a likely end date of April 2014/15.
    Contract Finish: 2014/15
    Previous Club: Western Sydney Wanderers Youth
    Wanderers Debut: 29th March 2013 vs Newcastle Jets
    A-League Appearances: 8
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 0
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 9
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 2 (0), 2013/14: 0 (0), 2014/15: 7 (0)
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13).
    Highlight: Made his debut for the Wanderers against the Newcastle Jets on the 29th of March 2013.
    Description: A talented young midfielder who has represented Australia at youth level on multiple occasions. He never broke through to a first team position and left the club after his 3rd season to join a NSWPL club.
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Appiah posted a photo of Perkatis waiting at the airport for their flight to Korea.

 

Looks like he'll get his first start of the year at the ACL match!

 

It was around this time last year he made his debut vs Jets.

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Perkatis was playing in central defence last night correct?

Initially someone said it was Hamil, then someone said it was Alessi playing CB... Very strange if he was!

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The triallist #16 (from Apia) is a taller version of Yianni.

He played CB, pairing with NTS in the 2nd half against the Rams.

Any chance thats who you're thinking of?

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Perkatis was playing in central defence last night correct?

Initially someone said it was Hamil, then someone said it was Alessi playing CB... Very strange if he was!

 

 

I thought it was Alessi in Spira's CB pozzie whilst Yianni was in a CDM role...

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The triallist #16 (from Apia) is a taller version of Yianni.

He played CB, pairing with NTS in the 2nd half against the Rams.

 

Did this lad get any game time?

If so, how did he go?

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What's happening with Yianni?? Have we seen the last of him in red and black? Couldn't imagine he would be happy with not playing.

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Bacchus has come in and played where Perkatis would be. I'd say he'll be gone possibly in january so Bacchus can move into full squad.

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What's happening with Yianni?? Have we seen the last of him in red and black? Couldn't imagine he would be happy with not playing.

It's not looking good for his future at the club, no CWC would have just been another nail in the coffin

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Bacchus has come in and played where Perkatis would be. I'd say he'll be gone possibly in january so Bacchus can move into full squad.

Don't forget Perkatis has been played as CB in NYL so he might not even have been considered as DCM in our senior team anymore.

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doesn't look like popa is a real mentor or developer of youth talent. Keeps them for 1-2 years and off they go.  Its a shame if you goes and doesn't say much about popa. if I thought baccus has made a huge impact fair enough, but why would you keep the kid for another year and see what happens. is popa under the pump and looking for excuses. He cant be worse then cole, bridge haliti

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doesn't look like Popa is a real mentor or developer of youth talent. Keeps them for 1-2 years and off they go. Its a shame if you goes and doesn't say much about Popa. if I thought baccus has made a huge impact fair enough, but why would you keep the kid for another year and see what happens. is Popa under the pump and looking for excuses. He cant be worse then cole, bridge haliti

We will never know.

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doesn't look like Popa is a real mentor or developer of youth talent. Keeps them for 1-2 years and off they go.  Its a shame if you goes and doesn't say much about Popa. if I thought baccus has made a huge impact fair enough, but why would you keep the kid for another year and see what happens. is Popa under the pump and looking for excuses. He cant be worse then cole, bridge haliti

 

Yep, that a reasonable assessment after 2 seasons. You've definitely got enough data to draw insightful conclusions regarding Popa's youth policy.

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doesn't look like Popa is a real mentor or developer of youth talent. Keeps them for 1-2 years and off they go.  Its a shame if you goes and doesn't say much about Popa. if I thought baccus has made a huge impact fair enough, but why would you keep the kid for another year and see what happens. is Popa under the pump and looking for excuses. He cant be worse then cole, bridge haliti

 

Yep, that a reasonable assessment after 2 seasons. You've definitely got enough data to draw insightful conclusions regarding Popa's youth policy.

 

 

I disagree. I reckon we need a bit more time to gather more data.

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Two starts in a row now. Good to see. He's been solid but not exceptional. The lad's still young though. Much promise, I reckon.

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Two starts in a row now. Good to see. He's been solid but not exceptional. The lad's still young though. Much promise, I reckon.

Plays back end of S1, no game entire season two and half of season 3, then start him for two games in a row

#popalogic

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heard whisper he was one of the players who wanted out and was in discussion with ESFC due to lack of game time. 

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2 starts in a row.

 

Popa must rate him as being able to play a role for rest of season.

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happy to see this boy now playing especially based on some of his nyl performances. agree nothing fancy but a role I am sure he plays as per popa requirements. I believe that he would luv to remain at wsw but I haven't heard any talk that he will be moving on until may.

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happy21st for yesterday. should have been rewarded with a call up for yeaterday's game ,can  be any worse then  the current mids. Your range of passing best in team.

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happy21st for yesterday. should have been rewarded with a call up for yeaterday's game ,can  be any worse then  the current mids. Your range of passing best in team.

 

Reasonable call, longball. ILR and Mateo's distribution have both been questionable for a while. It's why I like Yojiro dropping in to partner one or the other, but Yianni would be another good option.

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Joining Blacktown City but has to leave the Wanderers permantely to do so,

Surely we can have a loan system where he goes and plays in the NPL but still remains our player?

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Joining Blacktown City but has to leave the Wanderers permantely to do so,

Surely we can have a loan system where he goes and plays in the NPL but still remains our player?

Why? He's not good enough.

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Actually a spell at a club like Blacktown City would do him good.....he'll be amongst a few players there who have shown promise but never cemented an A League starting spot.

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i wouldnt say he wasn't good enough, more like popa cant nuture talent. i looked at his background, played for nswis, Ais, australia u17 wc, anf young roos. our captain and nyl player of the year, born and bred in the west and we cant  keep on, no worse then any players that played in the DM role this year. there is something wrong with this and popa is to blame .

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i wouldnt say he wasn't good enough, more like Popa cant nuture talent. i looked at his background, played for nswis, Ais, australia u17 wc, anf young roos. our captain and nyl player of the year, born and bred in the west and we cant  keep on, no worse then any players that played in the DM role this year. there is something wrong with this and Popa is to blame .

Lol.

 

Sorry, the "let's attack and blame Popa thread", is over here <http://www.westsydneyfootball.com/topic/6070-unpopular-opinions-2/page-24>

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3 seasons with the club and struggled to get a start in the main squad, he may have killed it in the younger/lower leagues but perhaps the A-league is too good for Yianni. The A-league has come a fair way since our inception in form of quality etc.

 

thanks to Yianni for his service to the club and all the best to him in his playing future,  he was given time but just wasn't able to produce what was required, that's football.

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