We were sold on the SkyDeck at Spotless Stadium for the match against Perth Glory, albeit not sold on the game, but it was nice to be out yelling and having a bevvy at the SkyDeck bar (more can be seen of our ATB live reactions.) here. We also got to have a chat with Fox Sports’ Adam Peacock and our very own midfield man Roly Bonevacia, (who knows when to shoot… you’ll hear why).
The view was good, the game wasn’t. The weather was good, the attendance wasn’t.
Apart from that, there was still a fair bit to cover and Turner, Tats and Nick were at the helm of this one.
A-League Round 22 vs Perth Glory 04/03/2018 Spotless Stadium 1-1 Draw Update: So apparently this is technically Round 23. And Round 22 for WSW is next week against Wellington. Figure that one out… For simplicity’s sake I’ll keep this labelled as Round 22. This week’s Best and Worst sees us …zzzzzzzzzzzzz Don’t forget to hit […]
A-League Round 1 vs Perth Glory – 08/10/2017 Spotless Stadium Wanderers 2-1 Welcome to another edition of the Best and Worst series of post game articles. The A-League has finally returned and first up we faced Perth Glory at home in the final fixture of Round 1. Hit those share buttons if you enjoy what […]
The weather literally put a dampener on our day, but not on our spirits as one marquee fired us home. The other still needs some time to improve, but the Wanderers sit higher on the table than they have since season 2, and it’s the first time since our ACL victory a year ago that we’ve had something to celebrate.
It’s the end of the season and the bad results weren’t the only thing that left fans in tears as the RBB conducted its annual protest at the eleventh hour, giving everyone something to talk about despite losing 2-1 to Perth.
On a brighter note, the boys discuss the more positive points of an otherwise dull season, and Ivan discovers that North is just geography, not a state of mind.
The Premiers Plate is firmly in the hands of the Brisbane Roar, but the Wanderers haven’t left the table just yet, and like a new vegan’s eggs, they’re unbeaten in recent times. The team will have to get their knife and fork into the upcoming fixtures against Mariners and Kawasaki, both of which will be tougher than a $2 steak. Only time will tell if they’re able to repeat history, score early and pork the bus.
Speaking of pigs, Cop Watch makes an unwanted return this week, as nobody’s scarf, shoes, socks, or 12 year old daughters are safe from the weekly pat-down that Western Sydney’s loyal football fans are subjected to.
So sit in your allocated seat, refrain from talking or moving – you’re going to listen to this weeks Around the Bloc, whether you like it or not.
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