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DEFEND! This is all that Josh wants from the team as they continue to frustrate the ATB crew. We talk about stadiums (terrible ones and the ones dreams are made of), we talk the good stuff coming from the WSW team (ie Majok and our attack – mostly), and we talk the things that don’t seem to be improving yet, eg DEFEND!
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A-League 2018/19 Round 5 vs Newcastle Jets 23/11/2018 POS Stadium 0-2 Loss Our first “home” game of the season on a Friday night against the 2017/18 runner’s up Newcastle Jets. Check out Babbel’s post match press conference. Don’t forget to hit those share buttons, check out all the previous Best and Worst editions and subscribe to the podcast […]
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 – Newcastle Jets. Let’s get right into it. OPPONENT Newcastle Jets – Round 5 – Friday 23rd November 7:50pm (Spotless Stadium – Homebush) GAMES ‘ANALYSED’ HAL Round 3 – Newcastle […]
It did work in our favour in the end, but it’s VAR from the finished product.
Whilst ‘top’ referee’s were getting calls wrong in all sorts and the video assistant referee was probably playing FIFA instead, there was an excitement and fire in the crowd that we haven’t seen in a while at fortress Spotless.
Turner, Tatiyana and Nick discuss that all over the place game against the Jets, why VAR isn’t working and whether this could be the Wanderers’ best chance of a win over Sydney FC away at Allianz in many a season.
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A-League Round 20 vs Newcastle Jets – 16/02/2018 Spotless Stadium 2-2 draw Welcome to this week’s Best and Worst where a tough and exciting draw with the high flying Jets was witnessed. Don’t forget to hit those share buttons, check out all the previous Best and Worst editions and subscribe to the podcast A post shared by Western […]
WSW Youth prodigy Lachlan Scott has scored his first A-League goal (his 3rd in competitive top tier fixtures at Campbelltown) and, along with a spine of other WSW youth, helped us along to our first win in what feels like a lifetime. And while Nova lost his lid, and the lack of EFTPOS facilities at Campbelltown was the difference between Kennedy having a delicious chicken roll and going hungry, the ground remains a fortress for WSW who have now won 3 out of 3 competitive fixtures there.
A visit to Brisbane looms, and while Lang Park is a similarly tough place to beat the home team, the travelling RBB will be out in full force on their tour of duty.
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The talking points weren’t exactly positive after our first game at the showground, after letting a 2 goal lead quite literally slip through our fingers, ending up with just a point.
With that behind us though, we return to our new Wanderland this Saturday for a game against a team we should beat… Should.
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It’s that weird time of year when we can never remember what day it is, but Western Sydney are churning through results like clockwork having gone a third of the season undefeated.
We confidently look forward to our next game against Adelaide, and also run through some of your New Years football resolutions, on this episode of Around the Bloc
Another week, another winless run of games, another lot of injuries, and another journo getting his facts wrong. Not much has changed in Wanderland since our last show, although when we say we want to see the youth, Popa listens. This coming week though, we stray further from home than Ante Covic with trips to Brisbane and Perth, and with not much to play for, we can only hope to ruin their seasons instead.
In other news, Turner talks transfers, we all talk DIY, and ATB starts posting pictures of food, trees and our freshly painted toenails on our brand new instagram account.
All this and more on this episode of Around the Bloc