Look at this! A 5:0 win for the Wanderers against Western United means we keep our top six chances alive despite Nick claiming the season was over only a couple of weeks ago…
Undefeated since December 2018 in the Sydney derby! Big performance from the team means we still have a chance at making the six – but we have really no room for errors.
Riot squad returns, Bobo impersonates Baggio and Shaun Evans needs to know what the “no” hands mean.
We didn’t get a Victory. Fold the club.
We really need a win, ay…
Read that title, we drew again this time in Adelaide.
Continuing the trend of neither winning nor losing matches, we had two stalemates against Brisbane and the Central Coast where our play wasn’t the best but one player came in to almost save the days. We’ve got the most goalkeeper saves and defender clearances in the league and we still have no idea what our midfield is doing (P.S. Don’t sell Tass).
That was hard to take. A 4:1 loss to a clearly better team when we thought we would have at least put up a fight, but we were in a shell the whole 90 minutes. Brisbane awaits then the old enemy the Mariners a few days later: proper 6-pointer weekend.
A win sure feels good, especially when you’ve backed up from a win only a few days before that. Many were weary of seeing whether this team could go again and they went there alright – a dominant 3:0 win against Perth Glory.
Offsides didn’t hinder us as we scored three legal goals and could have been more, but we didn’t conceded and now we go to Melbourne with confidence.
Holy s*** – we’re still discussing how that game unfolded and how it ended up the way it did. Tats, Stephen and Nick go through that epic match along with all the drama and banging goals that were or weren’t seen. Some say VAR needs to stay, some say go, all we know is that it the right VARking call was made.
Amazing what some tough love can get you. A win away from home, a clean sheet and some confidence boosting performances from some of our slacking players.