Byes are boring when your teams not playing on the weekend. Never the less, the W-League kicked off and the Wanderwomen started their season with a last-minute win against Adelaide.
We have a special guest joining us to discuss the W-League plus we find out who the Vuck aren’t fond of on their team, which player can’t remember Alex Baumjohann and our preview of City’s visit to Bankwest this coming Friday night.
This is around the bloc (we think)…
It was us against the new old boys and they came out on top by their two goals to our one.
Turner, Tats, Nick and Josh (Jaush) discuss not the game itself but certain elements of where we went wrong and where we go from here.
This is around the bloc.
Let’s be real, it wasn’t a game for the ages. A nil-all against Brisbane isn’t what we’d expect but it kept nil-all mainly thanks to the man between the sticks: Daniel Lopar.
We will discuss Lopar amongst many others alongside fellow Wanderers fan Pia who is also part of the RBB and La Banda (the drums of the RBB) for a discussion on active support plus the preview for the match in Geelong against newcomers Western United.
This is around the bloc and saved by Lopar.
And so it goes Wanderers 1 Sydney FC 0 in the first derby in Parramatta for many a year.
A tense and physical match was witnessed by nearly 30K at Bankwest and all is well in Sydney and the A-League once again.
Turner, Josh (Jaush) and Nick are joined by you to talk all things Sydney derby, ball experiments, praising players, referees and also previewing the next game against Brisbane Roar this Saturday.
Sydney is red and black.
Nick is back with his now somewhat weekly or bi-weekly video series this time giving us his take on the Sydney derby and that sweet sweet Wanderers victory. Follow him on Twitter @drumbada
We finally did it – we put one away against the Victory in Melbourne.
It was a ‘wanderful’ goal made in western Sydney from Baccus, a long rang hit from a fussballgott in Alex Meier and a joint effort from the whole team that sealed the first three points against the Victory in Melbourne since 2013.
Turner, Nick and Jaush look back and discuss how we did it along with missing jerseys, teleprompters and a preview of a very juicy looking Sydney derby the likes if which we’ve yet to see.
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The return to Parramatta was a “great success!” even if it may have not been straight forward.
Duke with the goals and Lopar with the saves meant we got the three points at Wanderland.
Michael, Tatiyana, Jaush and Nick go through the game day vibe and the game itself plus preview our away trip to the Melbourne Victory.
Last episode was our own lads, this one is everyone elses.
We look at the other ten clubs and the squads with our best three and league positions.
This is Around the Bloc (league).
The season is a few days away as is the return home to Parramatta. The western side of ATB come together and discuss the current squad for the 19/20 season along with the preseason that was, our best starting eleven and what we can expect to see on the pitch.
This is the refreshed around the bloc.
Our boys beat Sydney United to reach another FFA Cup Quarter Final in a couple of weeks time in Campbeltown in our highest winning margin to date. Our youth teams are doing the business and flying the WSW flag high whilst a lot of good things are happening around the country.
This is around the bloc.