Wanderers look to conquer wild wild west

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Wanderers look to conquer wild wild west

Saturday, 22 February 2014 Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers nib Stadium, Perth Kick-off: 6:45pm local (9:45pm AEDT) Referee: Shaun Evans Last week The Wanderers enjoyed the week off, after having played their round 19 fixture against Melbourne Victory, in January. Perth took on the embattled Sydney FC at Allianz Stadium. The WA team did their best to put up a fight, but eventually succumb to Sydney’s stubborn attack. This week Second place versus second last, this should be a straight forward game. However in the past few weeks anything is possible in the A-League, and with the Wanderers having…

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Five things learnt about the Wanderers in the first half of the season

We are half way through the season and it’s a good time to look back at the five things we have learnt from the Wanderers so far. With the AFC Champions League on the horizon and the second half of the season upon us, the next four months will be extremely busy for the Wanderers. Rotation Popovic has definitely used the first 14 rounds of the A-League to ensure he has plenty of options to cover for injury and fatigue, when the Wanderers playing schedule intensifies to 3 games in 7 to10 days, with continental duties. He has kept opposition…

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Wanderers to give fans early Christmas present

The Fray: Western Sydney Wanderers v Central Coast Mariners Pirtek Stadium, Monday 23rd December, 7.00 pm The Form: The Wanderers returned to winning ways last week, against the Jets, with a 1 nil victory in Newcastle. That was the first win for the Wanderers in a month, and keeps the pressure on league leader’s the Brisbane Roar. Central Coast defeated the Phoenix by the same score line on Thursday in their match at North Sydney Oval. A much needed confidence boost after their 4-0 hammering at the hands of Adelaide. The Fore: Western Sydney have never defeated the Mariners at…

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How well do you know Jerrad Tyson?

He hasn’t kicked a ball for the Wanderers, made a save, heck he hasn’t even played a minute. But goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson is every part the player when it comes to, what makes the Wanderers unique. Tyson has an unusual footballing journey that has brought him to Australia’s home of football. Tyson grew up in Hobart, Australia’s second oldest city, famous for it’s convict heritage, cascade beers and Ricky Pointing. Alan Mtashar (AM) – How was life growing up? Jerrard Tyson (JT) – Life was good growing up, I was very active, and both my parents love being outdoors, so…

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Wanderers sign MOU with Council

NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers and Parramatta City Council have joined forces to form a new partnership that will build even stronger links between the Western Sydney Wanderers and the local community. Wanderers and Council formalised this partnership through a four-year memorandum of understanding (MOU) that was signed today, Saturday 7 December, at Pirtek Stadium prior to the Wanderers showdown with Melbourne Heart. Western Sydney Wanderers Executive Chairman Lyall Gorman said that the partnership will not only enhance the standing of the Wanderers and the great city of Parramatta on the local scene but also take a strong message of…

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Wanderers set to break Hearts

The Fray: Saturday, 7 December 2013 Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne Heart Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta Kick-off: 5:30pm local (5:30pm AEDT) Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones The Form: The Wanderers come into this match on the back of a goalless draw against the Wellington Phoenix, last week. Tony Popovic made a raft of changes for the trip to New Zealand, which seemed to disrupt the chemistry of the team, as the Wanderers struggled to get into any rhythm. Melbourne Heart on the other hand showed great character, to earn a draw, against Adelaide United. They clawed their way back, from a 2-goal deficit….

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Wanderers look to prevent Phoenix resurrection

Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney Wanderers Westpac Stadium, Wellington, Sunday, 1 December 2013 Kick-off: 5.00pm local (3:00pm AEDT) Referee: Lucien Laverdure The last time these two met in Round 2 the Phoenix came away with a well deserved point from Wanderland, with a 1-1 draw. The Form Both teams are coming off a loss last week, while the Wanderers suffered their first defeat of the season (Brisbane Roar, 3-1), the Phoenix are yet to taste victory in this year’s competition. Wellington conceded an injury time goal, to Sydney FC, after working hard to get on level terms. Wellington’s slack defending,…

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Wanderers aim to avoid Roar bite

The Fray: Brisbane Roar v Western Sydney Wanderers, 8pm (AEDT), Suncorp Stadium Top of the table clash, as first meets second The Form: Brisbane Roar come into this match on the back of a disappointing away loss to the Jets last week, after giving up the lead. It was a scrappy match that was bogged down by a waterlogged pitch, and it saw the Roar miss out on the opportunity to reclaim top spot on the ladder. The Wanderers left it late against Melbourne Victory to secure their win, as Mark Bridge tapped home a sublime cross from Labinot Haliti,…

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Wanderers seek Victory

The Fray: Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne Victory 7.45 pm, Saturday 16th November, Pirtek Stadium The Form: The Wanderers come into this match on the back of three straight wins, and are the only team in the competition yet to taste defeat. Last week the Wanderers battled to a 1-0 win over Melbourne Heart, courtesy of a Shannon Cole strike. Melbourne Victory suffered their first loss of the season last week, a 3-2 loss to Sydney FC. The Victory squandered a great opportunity as the sky blues went down to ten men, 25 minutes into the match. Victory’s ill discipline…

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Wanderers look to break Melbourne Heart’s

The Fray: Melbourne Heart v Western Sydney Wanderers – AAMI Park, Melbourne, Friday 8th November. The Form: Melbourne Heart are still winless this season, after a 3-0 loss to Brisbane last week. The Heart had spells in the match where they were in control of the game, mainly in the first half, but their lack of clinical finishing allowed the Roar to get away with all three points. Both coaches viewed the game differently, regarding the performances of their teams. Aloisi was happy with his team’s performance, while Mulvey was critical of his team’s display. Western Sydney came back from…

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