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About wswanderersfc

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    Wanderers
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    REYES DE EUROPA, Everton,

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  1. we have main stream...i am seeing reports of aloisi throwing a punch every were P.S Brisbane better ******* getting a $50k fine and 3 points deducted...******* hooligans
  2. im not going to lie after reading the last line in my head i went "101.7 wsfm"
  3. all you ahve to do is google the roosters v dogs and the top 3 stories that show up are all results bassed lol, actually on the first page of google results there isnt even a mention of the brawl you have to click news and look for it in tiny writing personaly im offended and afraid for my childrens lifes i will not be taking them to nrl games ever again. these blokes have watched a ltile bit to much green...state of origin lol this aint eurpoe this is straya mate this would never happen at football i have been a wsw fan my whole life and i have never seen anything like this in our sport, these guys are borderline suburban terrorists
  4. two brawls in side of two weeks at the thugby league....3 points deducted 50k fine and 15 fans banned for life No seriously though just larikins with a bit of post game entertainment nothing to worry about.
  5. with the big blue crowd figures i think they have lost all right to argue now lol
  6. pull over tifo lollll and they get upset when we say they are the ffa's bitch, WOW wait hang on 13K wtf?? the cove fb last week This Friday night you will forget about all the Sydney Derbies you've ever been to. You will remember who our one true rivals are and know that they're coming to Sydney from a small village in Victoria for a game just as equally as important to them as it is to us. hahahahahahah how ******* embarrassing
  7. and they even manage to mention the toruble between fc and victory at the end as a closing note hahahah like yeah something small with a minority happened with us but dont forget the sokkah is ****kkeeddd
  8. My mate told me about this and this is the only thing I could find on it lol. http://www.sportingnews.com/au/league/news/watch-nrl-fans-brawl-at-dragons-panthers-match/vmcusbgte5gy1k87t0yphtorg dont worry, just a couple of boys bringing back the biff! lol this is my favourite part A minority of supporters from both teams got into scuffle on the hill during the match, with police issuing infringement notices to two men. Minority hahahahahahahahaah A league= cultural problem and league wide epidemic Nrl=Minority love it !!!
  9. so any one here about what went down at the dragons v panthers game? nah didnt think so it aint sokahh brahhh
  10. harden up lol you guys are really tough i wish i was as hard as you
  11. no sorry i didnt explain it properly the size of the field is irrelevant to wether or not you should play offside IMO. i defientyl think the smaller fields are the go but still think they should be suing offsides
  12. why? more specifically can you explain why it is good to remove a vital law of the game when children are at there most aware interms of learning ? i sure it was you that was saying you had that issue last year, that you were trying to teach them to play the offside rule and acutal tactics of football but other teams would just camp an attacker in the box the whole game?? so were is the benefit, in fail to see it. That wasn't me that said about the issue last year... my kids are U15's this year, we actually have offside. The changes to the laws, such as kick-ins (instead of throw ins), less players, 'keeper can't kick it out (throws) and opposition players getting back when play is restarted from a 'goal kick' are all designed to encourage players keeping the ball on the ground and attempting to play a progressive type of football. Rather than have the 'keeper kick it as far as they can and have everyone crowd the opposition goal. Not having offside at the younger ages boils down to two things: application (younger officials struggle with it, and also having the kids understand it) and the size of the field itself. However, as I said before, introducing it into U10 and 11's would be much easier. now i want to know who said it lol i cant remember for the life of me haha still size of the field is irrelevant as far as im concerned and can understand the others because they do help with teaching to keep it on the ground and more possession etc but no offside regardless of how big the field makes no sense, to me i feel like it sint giving the 5 years olds enough repsect i keep hearing its to hard, but ahs anyone given these kids a chacne to learn it lol, my son is 5 and swill start playing this year no granted he doesn't 100% understand but he gets the basic rule itself and with a ltile training would pick it up in not time . 100% by the end of the season, rather then in another 5-6 years. i do0nt know i cant pretend to be an expert it just doesn't make sense to me i dont know if it ever will lol
  13. why? more specifically can you explain why it is good to remove a vital law of the game when children are at there most aware interms of learning ? i sure it was you that was saying you had that issue last year, that you were trying to teach them to play the offside rule and acutal tactics of football but other teams would just camp an attacker in the box the whole game?? so were is the benefit, in fail to see it.
  14. Doesn't it make it a bit soggy?
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