Posts Tagged "Western Sydney Wanderers"
One club in Australia has the potential to put the A-League on the map more than any other. Sadly for Gosford-based fans, it is not the Central Coast Mariners.
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The grand final may have been a disappointing one for the Wanderers, but the 2012-13 A-League season was a still a fairy-tale for Western Sydney.
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Western Sydney Wanderers have released three players from their losing grand final side as they look ahead to next season’s A-League and Asian Champions League campaigns.
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The criticism of loyalty in sports has usually been about players not honouring the full term of their contract, usually because they are enticed to another club for more money, more prestige or greater chances of success and winning trophies.
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The Mariners and Wanderers have completed their respective parades; the argument over league and grand final formats is beginning to die down and the summer haunts of record numbers of spectators now contain new pitch markings, posts and the advertising that goes with the three major winter codes in Australia.
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Western Sydney Wanderers have been rewarded for their impressive debut season with four players earning spots in the A-League team of the year selected by their peers.
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There is little doubting the spectacle that was Sunday’s A-League grand final.
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A fairytale came true at Allianz Stadium yesterday, though perhaps not the one the media had scripted. The Central Coast Mariners are the new A-League champions and deservedly so.
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Graham Arnold is an oft-quoted believer that the premiership should be held in higher esteem than the grand final.
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The Central Coast Mariners won their first A-League title in their fourth Grand Final with a convincing 2-0 win over the Western Sydney Wanderers.
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Western Sydney coach Tony Popovic declared his Wanderers would return even bigger and better next season after stumbling at the final hurdle in their stunning entry to the A-League.
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The 2013 A-League grand final proved you can have two fairytale stories concurrently.
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After three failed attempts Central Coast finally won their maiden A-League championship, ending Western Sydney’s remarkable debut season with a 2-0 win in Sunday’s Allianz Stadium decider.
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The A-League Grand Final for Season 2012/’13 is finally here. Western Sydney Wanderers and Central Coast Mariners face off in the big one after 30 weeks of cracking football and outrageous goals. We’ll have live scores and commentary from Allianz Stadium from 4.00pm AEST.
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Today the 2013 A-League grand final kicks off between the Western Sydney Wanders and Central Coast Mariners.
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Central Coast skipper John Hutchinson has experienced all three of the Mariners’ devastating A-League grand final losses and hopes the football gods will finally be smiling on his side when they face Western Sydney in Sunday’s championship decider.
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The 2012/13 A-League season saw a number of coaches promise to try and play “attack based, possession based football”, but two teams remain – the two that have consistently played structured, organised, counter-attacking football.
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If you think Western Sydney coach Tony Popovic is content with his side’s already history-making achievements ahead of Sunday’s A-League grand final – think again.
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The Western Sydney Wanderers may well become the first team since their big brothers in season one to win the championship in their first campaign.
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It has been a long, hard slog of a season but this year’s A-League grand final is a celebration of football. No matter which team is crowned champion, the sold-out showdown marks the competition’s coming of age.
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