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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History of the Victory rivalry

History of the Victory rivalry

Tonight sees another chapter in one of the fiercest yet youngest rivalries in Australian sport between the Wanderers and Victory. Each year has seen another thrilling encounter between the two teams and here is an overview of the best from each year’s fixtures. Year 1- Tensai with the goal of...

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Set piece woes and the change in tune for Martinez

Set piece woes and the change in tune for Martinez

Perth’s ability to hit a dead ball so sweetly is an undeniable asset to the club, especially looking at their first goal on Sunday evening against the Wanderers. But when considering the Wanderers often leaky defence against set pieces, was it really such a good play? Both defensive and offensive...

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Is it time to question Popa?

Is it time to question Popa?

‘Super-coach’ Popa has achieved so much for the Wanderers in such a short time. Recently fans are seemingly becoming more and more frustrated with results, performances and recruitment. It also seems that every time criticism is directed at the man in charge the response is aggressive and dismissive, followed by...

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Is this finally the Wanderers year or another year falling short?

Is this finally the Wanderers year or another year falling short?

Opening the season has never been a strong point for the former champions of Asia. Of the 5 years of existence in the A league, the strongest return of wins in the first month is only two. This occurred in possibly the clubs most successful year, year two where they...

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Golden Star of the West

Golden Star of the West

Today is the 2 year anniversary of the greatest sporting achievement in Australian history: Wanderers winning the AFC Champions League. Against all odds and far superior budgets, the “Small club” from the Hills rose like a mountain throughout the tournament continually beating teams they were not meant to. Ante Covic...

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New season, same wasted chances

We may be playing at a new ground and with new personnel, but Western Sydney Wanderers are again living up to the tag “Squanderers”. Last year we watched WSW play in a heartbeat pattern whereby we couldn’t be beaten or couldn’t find a goal. Worryingly we are committing many of...

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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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Alex Brosque hates us all

Alex Brosque hates us all

Alex Brosque has come out with among the most foolish things to say before a derby stating: “I’ve told the boys previously in games that we hate every single one of them, and that’s the way it should be.” Now i couldn’t really care less that such a one dimensional player has...

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