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  1. Daniel Lopar / Nicholas Suman Tarek Elrich / Tate Russel Tass Mourdoukoutas / Dylan McGowan / Patrick Ziegler / Mathieu Cordier Daniel Georgievski / Daniel Wilmering Pirmin Schwegler / Keanu Baccus / Fabian Monge Radoslaw Majewski / Kosta Grozos Bruce Kamau / Kwame Yeboah / Mitch Duke + academy lads
  2. Wanderland 2.0 will be rocking on Saturday night Red and Black Bloc 19 mins · ** WSW vs LEEDS ** Saturday 20th July. 7pm kick off @ Bankwest stadium The dawn of hopefully a new era as we return back to our rightful home for the first time in over 2 years. Whilst this may be an exhibition match on paper, there is no such thing when it comes to wearing the red and black of Western Sydney. Pre drinks for this game will be at the Collector Hotel (100 George st, parramatta) from 3pm & March details will come out later in the week. The time to reclaim the mantle as best fans in the league begins this weekend. #wsw #west #wanderers #rbb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzyuf5P--fY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0MVoNRbIvNB0Ha7oEcgSHJWZU-NM8-N3X05iGaL8uapxdDINky08DUcF8
  3. At least the new kit will be revealed on Friday
  4. $6 to beat a 16 man travelling Leeds squad with Bet Easy & $21 us to win the FFA Cup with the TAB. #BetResponsibly
  5. The UNBELIEVABLE plan is, we're going to score more goals than our opponents
  6. Where's da boss? https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/babbels-unbelievable-secret-plan-for-new-season-528140?utm_source=desktop_bottom&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share BABBEL'S 'UNBELIEVABLE' SECRET PLAN FOR NEW SEASON By a Staff Writer Jul 13 2019 1:27AM Western Sydney Wanderers coach Markus Babbel has an "unbelievable" plan for next season... but hasn't yet shared the finer details with at least two of his newly-signed stars. Babbel was a key face missing from training at WSW's impressive new HQ and training ground next to Blacktown International Sportspark yesterday. New stars Radi Majewski – still suffering jet lag after arriving in Australia just three days ago – and Dylan McGowan joined newly-signed visa players Daniel Lopar and Pirmin Schwegler in the workout ahead of next week's clash with Leeds United. Patrick Ziegler was also at training but worked with Schwegler and conditioning coaches on the sidelines while assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny led the rest on ball work in Babbel's absence. Majewski admitted he had yet to speak to his new boss about the plans for the new season but Babbel had sold him on Sydney and his vision for the club. "So many times he repeated the word 'unbelievable'," said the attacking midfielder. "I didn't know what to expect. I still don't know what to expect. We will see in time. "He said we will speak when I get here but he is not in, so we will speak when I see him." McGowan admitted that Babbel had also sold him on the kind of club culture the Liverpool and Bundesliga veteran wants to create at the Wanderers - but had yet to hear the nitty-gritty of the style that will be implemented on the field next season. "That's something we haven't gone into too much detail yet," said McGowan, 27, younger brother of Sydney FC's new signing Ryan, 29, who was unveiled across the city last week. "But I'm sure with the experience he's got – not only as a manager, but as a player as well – he'll set us up just right, and with the players we've got this season, we should be competing. "We've not made the finals in three years and for a club like this, that's not acceptable. This season we're looking to improve and improve drastically – and be competing at the top end of the table." Jetlagged Majewski, 32, is also trying to adapt to the weather Down Under while away from his family after a career spent in Europe, including six years with Nottingham Forest. "The winter here for me is not winter," said the livewire compact playmaker. "In Poland, winter is minus 30, but here, winter is like summer in Poland. "This is something new for me. Sometime you have to take in risk in life. I didn't really think too much about it - what I will miss is my family because they are not going to be with me all the time. "Sometimes you just want to see another continent. I've never played on another continent. So far I'm happy." Wanderers first contacted the Pole in January about a possible move and followed up in March before finalising the deal in May after Majewski had a chat with former Sydney FC Polish star Adrian Mierzejewski. "People will probably try to compare me with him and what he did at Sydney FC," he added. "He told me many things about the league, some positive stuff and the football is pretty good and intensity is okay. "But everyone has different opinions. I need to wait and see how it is for myself."
  7. Team List 14 M. Adam 12 A. Agamemnonos 4 M. Al Taay 25 J. Carluccio 16 L. Constable 20 J. Greenwood 15 N. Pagden 9 M. Peterson 7 B. Rule 8 Y. Sawalha 1 N. Suman 23 J. Trew 11 E. Tsakos 13 A. Valenti 21 J. Vasiliou 5 C. Watt
  8. 8 of 18 in main squad are academy products, 21 or younger.
  9. Stop listening! We can cross Berg off our list of possibles, he ain't coming down under with clubs in Europe, showing an interest. Hellas Football‏ @HellasFooty FollowFollow @HellasFooty More From all reports, #PAOK is making a last ditch attempt to try and bring Marcus Berg to #Thessaloniki, other clubs are also circling wanting his signature. #SLGR. 9:02 PM - 9 Jul 2019
  10. Knockouts involving regional squads have usually been conducted at VSP during school holidays. CCM may see it as an opportunity to poach some young talent from other clubs
  11. We've been linked with plenty of decent strikers during past few weeks, mainly Europeans English, Swedish, German, Austrian, Uruguyan, but, only others know who we'll end up with. The cynic in me, suggests we'll probably sign Bobo the clown
  12. He always wanted to go OS & appears to have been stringing AL clubs along. Bon voyage Brattan
  13. Could be mistaken for a LOT airlines plane back in the 70's.
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