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  1. HillsWanderer

    2018/19 Champions & Europa League

    Forza Juve!
  2. My wife does not understand why I get excited when I see all these images of our new stadium................................but it's stunning.........................it's stadium porn.
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    Squad Development 2018/19 Part 2

    This is back in 2013 https://www.sbs.com.au/news/tottenham-a-dream-come-true-for-gallifuoco 'The 19-year-old midfielder has become one of the first names on the team sheet for the Spurs Under-21 side in the last year, marking an incredible transition from the Sutherland Sharks, south of Sydney, where he played his junior club football.'
  4. 'The agreement will see the Wanderers play all home matches in the Hyundai A-League, FFA Cup (from the quarter-finals stage) and future AFC Champions League games at their new home ground in the heart of Parramatta. While the Wanderers Westfield W-League team will also play matches at the venue from next season.'
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    WSW Merchandise 2017/18

    Puma's contract with Sydney ends at the end of this season. Will Nike move there? 'The deal will start from July 1, 2015 and will see Sydney FC wear PUMA sportswear until the end of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 season.'
  6. Much better second half. Nice to win.
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    Josh Risdon

    From https://www.a-league.com.au/news/signing-news-risdon-becomes-western-melbourne-groups-first-australian-player Caltex Socceroos defender Josh Risdon has become Western Melbourne Group's second signing and first Australian player. Risdon penned terms on a two-year deal ahead of the club's maiden Hyundai A-League 2019/20 campaign. The 26-year-old right back of 170 Hyundai A-League appearances has also emerged as key player for the national team, shining on the FIFA World Cup stage in Russia 2018, and earning 14 caps in total for the Caltex Socceroos. The Western Sydney Wanderers man is the second player to join the newly-formed outfit following the signature of Greece international Panagiotis Kone earlier this month. “I’m absolutely stoked to be the first Australian player to join Western Melbourne," he told the club's website. "With the signing of Panagiotis as the marquee, I can see the club has big ambitions both on the park and off it. “With their own boutique stadium being built, which I think is a great idea, the club has an exciting future. “I’m a hard worker who understands that the fans in the west of Melbourne want players who’ll give absolutely 100% for the shirt. I can’t wait to start doing that."
  8. If you get there before 5.30 it's free. The Western Sydney Wanderers will be opening the gates for their Foxtel Y-League Grand Final match against Brisbane Roar at ANZ Stadium on Friday afternoon. The Red & Black topped the Conference B table in extraordinary circumstances after defeating Sydney 2-1 in the final match of the regular season. Entry to the match will be FREE until 5:30pm through Gates E/K. Entry to the Wanderers Foxtel Y-League match also includes FREE entry to the Hyundai A-League fixture that follows after in the general admission area only.
  9. We are terrible. Thankfully Brisbane are worse.
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    Squad Development 2018/19 Part 2

    Duke is officially announced as a Wanderer.
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    Wanderers Women Vs Perth Women 24/01/2019 7:30PM

    Lost 5-1. Sam Kerr is class on the pitch and off it.
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    Squad Development 2018/19 Part 2

    Do we have a squad spot open to sign Duke or are we letting someone go?
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    VAR Steals 3 Points For Adelaide

    From The World Game website https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/five-things-we-learned-from-a-league-round-14_2 VAR, what is it good for? If a software failure was blamed for the VAR no-show in last season’s A-League grand final, one can’t help but wonder what Football Federation Australia’s excuse for Friday’s disaster will be. With the Western Sydney Wanderers and Adelaide United level at one-apiece midway through the second half, Craig Goodwin’s driven strike was inexplicably awarded without review after Nikola Mileusnic appeared to have drifted offside in the build-up. Given that goals are one of the four types of calls that can be reviewed; Kris Griffiths-Jones – the official in the booth on the night – has no excuse, he flat out failed to do his job. Was it the cricket; was it Alex de Minaur’s spirited straight sets defeat to Rafael Nadal; what on Earth was he watching? Roly Bonevacia’s fine free-kick minutes into the second half seemed to give life to a defensively woeful Wanderers outfit, but it all mattered for naught in the end as poor officiating again left its mark. What’s worse, Markus Babbel’s men were again denied by the VAR no less than 10 minutes later, after Ryan Strain’s challenge on Mathieu Cordier inside the box was deemed legal. Fox Sports’ Robbie Slater lamented the two incorrect decisions during his live coverage of the match, further fuelling the viewers’ disdain for A-League officials this season. Such errors have left little room for denial; the nation’s standard of officiating is just not good enough and, as such, so is the VAR.
  14. One positive from tonight. I spoke to Kosta Grozos before the match. He should be back for next weekends NYL game.
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    WSW Merchandise 2017/18

    W League jerseys are on sale at ANZ tomorrow night.