We were joined by Roar football expert and editor Matthew Galea on the Game of Codes podcast to discuss the Wanderers woes and work out how they turn it around.
Babbel’s post-game comments in the latest loss deflected a lot of blame on his playing group, with the coach saying; “I said at halftime ‘it’s not working. If you follow our structure, if you follow how we want to play, we will create chances, we will dominate them’ and that’s exactly what happened.
“Then in the last 15 minutes we dropped back into the old situation and then you concede goals.”
Is Babbel on the money? Or is it time the spotlight moved to him?
Western Sydney Wanderers have had an issue with getting results in recent weeks. After picking up three wins from three, including a 1-0 win against Sydney FC in a top-of-the-table derby, they fell, not managing to win a game in November. They struggled against Brisbane Roar at home, before losing three games in a row […]
It’s offseason central on Episode 66 of the The Roar’s Game of Codes podcast, with the AFL draft and Josh Addo-Carr’s big career decision both going under the microscope, before we turn our attention to the A-League and Super Rugby.
Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel and defender Daniel Georgievski have been issued show cause notices under the FFA National Code of Conduct for incidents following the Wanderers’ home loss to Melbourne City last Friday.