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Youssouf Hersi


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  • Date Of Birth: 20/08/82
    Nation: Netherlands
    Birthplace: Dire Dawa, Ethiopia
    Squad Number: 17
    Position: Right Wing
    Joined Wanderers: 12/09/12
    Contract Details: 1 Year Initial Contract. Signed 1 year extension on 5/2/2013 with likely end date of March 2014.
    Contract Finish: 2013/14
    Previous Club: De Graafschap
    Wanderers Debut: 6th October 2012 vs Central Coast Mariners
    A-League Appearances: 48
    A-League Goals: 8
    ACL Appearances: 5
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 0
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 53
    Total Goals: 8
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2012/13: 25 (5), 2013/14: 28 (3)
    Individual Awards: WestSydneyFootball.Com Player Of The Year (2012/13), A-League All Star (2012/13).
    Team Honours: A-League Premiership Winner (2012/13).
    Highlight: Provided an assist with a cross for the Wanderers first ever goal by Mark Bridge against Brisbane Roar in Round 4, Season 2012/13 on 27/10/2012.
    Highlight: Received the first ever red card to a Wanderer, a straight red for kicking out towards Scott Jamieson of Perth Glory in Round 7, Season 2012/13 on 18/11/2012.
    Highlight: Scored the first ever Wanderers goal in a Sydney Derby in Round 11, season 2012/13 on 15/12/2012.
    Description: A journeyman winger with extensive experience in the Dutch leagues. Hersi started the pre-season slowly but with more match fitness and time to adjust to the league he become one of the key performers for the Wanderers in their inaugural season. His absence from the Wanderers squad is an immediate boost to the opposition. His second season was less of an impact in terms of goals scored, but he was still a key player in attack. He left the club after 2013/14 to join Perth Glory.
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StringerBellend, on 22 May 2015 - 8:29 PM, said:

Perth Early Release

 
 

Not so much with a bang, but with a whimper

 

:(   :(   :(

 

 

Rated the duo of Jerome & Youssouf immensely seasons one & two, but we all know what has happened since they were split up & went to different clubs. Has to be said that putting aside the salary cap issues the fact that Popa let both go and they've not done much since then with the Roar or Perff shows TP's awareness of team dynamics and the importance of combinations.

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StringerBellend, on 22 May 2015 - 8:29 PM, said:

http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2015/05/22/troubled-glory-grants-hersi-early-release

 

Perth Early Release

 

 

Not so much with a bang, but with a whimper

:(:(:(

Rated the duo of Jerome & Youssouf immensely seasons one & two, but we all know what has happened since they were split up & went to different clubs. Has to be said that putting aside the salary cap issues the fact that Popa let both go and they've not done much since then with the Roar or Perff shows TP's awareness of team dynamics and the importance of combinations.
Your spot on about the value of the combination, With hersi and Polenz we killed teams down that side.

 

This is what annoyed me most about the Perth salary cap rort. We largely had to give that up so we could keep under salary cap. Hersi signing for Perth "under" the gap set the alarm bells going for me.

 

I'd take Polenz back, full back has been our biggest weakness this season. Not just defensively but so much of our attack came from full backs overlapping in s1 and s2.

Centre Backs playing fullbacks doesn't work, see Golec getting slaughtered in the home ACL game v Seoul

 

hersi's value was pressing when we don't have the ball He would do this amble round a few metres from the ball, then all of sudden bolt straight at the opposition player who was in possession.

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A lot of talk around about Hersi changing his social media images back to Wanderers gear. I wouldn't read into it any other than he is a free agent and can post whatever pics he likes for now.

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A lot of talk around about Hersi changing his social media images back to Wanderers gear. I wouldn't read into it any other than he is a free agent and can post whatever pics he likes for now.

i would read into it because that's how i roll and as a lot of people do i must read into everything

 

welcome back Hersi

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A lot of talk around about Hersi changing his social media images back to Wanderers gear. I wouldn't read into it any other than he is a free agent and can post whatever pics he likes for now.

Most likely they're the most recent photos of him actually playing

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Anyone know what he's been doing after his injury at Perth?

 

Had a quick look online as I was organising these two videos and he looks to have dropped off the planet. Shame he's gone from rooster to feather duster in 1.5 seasons.

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Anyone know what he's been doing after his injury at Perth?

 

 

Had a quick look online as I was organising these two videos and he looks to have dropped off the planet. Shame he's gone from rooster to feather duster in 1.5 seasons.

He's been keeping fit at a Dutch club. I assume it's one of his old ones

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Anyone know what he's been doing after his injury at Perth?

 

Had a quick look online as I was organising these two videos and he looks to have dropped off the planet. Shame he's gone from rooster to feather duster in 1.5 seasons.

He's been keeping fit at a Dutch club. I assume it's one of his old ones

 

 

Hmmm...perhaps we can have a yarn about the ex-player factor at WSW, with a special focus on Hersi & Saba later today  :good:

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Anyone know what he's been doing after his injury at Perth?

 

 

Had a quick look online as I was organising these two videos and he looks to have dropped off the planet. Shame he's gone from rooster to feather duster in 1.5 seasons.

He's been keeping fit at a Dutch club. I assume it's one of his old ones

 

Hmmm...perhaps we can have a yarn about the ex-player factor at WSW, with a special focus on Hersi & Saba later today  :good:

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Amid the mooted hysteria of Luis Garcia's first A-League appearance for Central Coast, former Western Sydney fan favourite Youssouf Hersi will slip into Gosford for a medical.

Source: AAP

21 JAN 2016 - 12:03 PM  UPDATED 4 HOURS AGO

 

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Hersi flies in from Holland on Sunday and, pending approval from club doctors, will sign with the Mariners until the end of this season with a view to stay longer.

 

Chief executive Shaun Mielekamp said if all goes well he expects Hersi to be available for Saturday week's away match with Wellington.

 

"We've got to go through the medical and get through that part, then we're currently working through until the back end of this season and potentially next season," Mielekamp told AAP.

Hersi made his A-League name playing an integral role in the Wanderers' history-making inaugural season, though he was suspended for their grand final appearance.

 

Mielekamp expected the 33-year-old winger to add valuable experience to coach Tony Walmsley's young squad, which will also benefit from the leadership of newly arrived former Liverpool star Garcia.

 

The main concern would be whether he has fully recovered from the hamstring tear that hampered his time at Perth last season.

 

Hersi has been training with a club in Holland since the Glory released him in May after only eight appearances.

 


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