Tag Archives: #WSWvBRI

806- Lopar The Great

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.

The Best and Worst of Wanderers vs Brisbane Roar (Rd 4)

A-League 2018/19 Round 4 vs Brisbane Roar 10/11/2018 Glen Willow Regional Sports Stadium, Mudgee 2-2 Draw We travel way out west to Mudgee to sample some wine and watch some football. Note that my thoughts are based on watching the game live from the active end at Mudgee. If you haven’t already, check out Babbel’s […]

HOW TO BEAT: Brisbane Roar

Welcome to this week’s ‘How To Beat:’ – a weekly tactical preview of Western Sydney Wanderer’s opponent and how they can be beaten. This week – Brisbane Roar. Let’s get right into it. OPPONENT Brisbane Roar – Round 4 – Saturday 3rd November 5:35pm (Glen Willow Sporting Field – Mudgee) GAMES ‘ANALYSED’ HAL Round 2 […]

630 – Sixth Sense

Stephen and Josh discuss our comprehensive win against a lacklustre Brisbane Roar. We respond to a few emails and comments over a few aspects of Gombau’s Wanderers, football in general and the A-League.

We also look towards the last round of the regular season against Adelaide United as we hope to hold onto 6th position.

This is Around the Bloc.

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The Best and Worst of Wanderers vs Brisbane Roar (Rd 26)

A-League Round 26 vs Brisbane Roar 07/04/2018 ANZ Stadium 3-0 Win Don’t forget to hit those share buttons, check out all the previous Best and Worst editions and subscribe to the podcast This week the do or die match against Brisbane Roar where both teams are hoping to scrape into the top six. A post shared by Western […]

613 – Do or Do Not: There Is No Try

Another Sydney derby, a new hope.

Revenge of the red and black? Who knows.

In weeks where the force hasn’t been with us we ask the players ‘may the force be with you’.

We hope that after the weekend we will see a W next to our name and then say “now that’s a letter I have not seen in a long time”.

We hope our players will have the Jedi skills to convince the referee’s and VAR that “these are not the yellow cards and calls you’re looking for”.

This weekend it is do, or do not. There is no try.

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