A tough group that we can conquer

A tough group that we can conquer

Wanderers have been drawn in an extremely competitive group featuring FC Seoul, A Japanese club and either Thai or Chinese opposition. Old foes FC Seoul always produce hard games vs Wanderers, but we have shown in the past that Korea holds no fear for the Red and Black. The 2...

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Wanderers still Keane on hit man

Wanderers still Keane on hit man

Dominic Bossi has reported in the Herald that Robbie Keane has priced himself out of the Brisbane Roars ability to sign him, even with a reported $500,000 of A League assistance. This leaves Western Sydney Wanderers FC in the pole position to sign the Republic of Ireland hit man, if...

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Popa’s Keane on Robbie

Popa’s Keane on Robbie

Over the last few days speculation has linked Robbie Keane to both Brisbane Roar and to Western Sydney Wanderers. Popa has come out with his admiration for the prolific striker on Fox Sports. When you’ve got somebody of Robbie Keane’s calibre and pedigree, I’m sure every A-League club would be...

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Campbelltown to host the ACL, why not the A-League too?

Campbelltown to host the ACL, why not the A-League too?

Campbelltown stadium has been named as Western Sydney Wanderers home ground for the 2017 edition of the Asian Champions League. This is great news for spectators who whilst happy with the modern facilities at Spotless, are more than a little peeved at the distance to the action. This has essentially...

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Dimas: El Capitán de los Wanderers

Dimas: El Capitán de los Wanderers

Dimas Delgado is the third Captain of Western Sydney Wanderers and our first foreign Captain. Like Beauchamp and Topor Stanley before him, Dimas deserves the honour of Captain. If his early comments to the club are anything to go by, Dimas is well and truly ready for the challenge:  ...

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