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Damn that's a nice stadium! Great crowd too something Welnix can learn from.

The new stadium was bankrolled by the NSW Govt, not WSW.

Not sure there is much Welnix can learn from that.

WSW's first game at the refurbed Parramatta ground?  Couple that with playing a high profile English club (knew a Leeds fan flying down from QLD for the game), and you would always expect a big crowd.

Seemed like a cheap attempt to have a dig at the board. I'm envious of wsw that they're able to play in a good rectangular stadium, but I don't blame the board for the fact we don't. 

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May have turf problems earlier than expected.

“NRL: Games limit on Bankwest


Sydney’s stadium headaches have stretched to the freshly minted Bankwest Stadium as officials attempt to change a rule limiting the venue’s capacity to 49 sporting contests in the course of the year.While that rule — contained in a planning document governing the use of the stadium — isn’t a problem now, it threatens to become one as the ground prepares to become the epicentre of rugby league when both Allianz and ANZ Stadiums are out of action.During that period, Canterbury and South Sydney have already announced they will take games to Bankwest, marking a significant increase in the number of games that will be played at the ground from 2021.It is understood NSW government officials have already begun working on increasing the number of games that can be played at the venue to 70, a move that would ease the concerns of not only the NRL, but the clubs planning to move to the ground.Government sources played down the significance of the clause limiting the number of games, insisting they deliberately chased events and the restriction was a carry-over from the old Parramatta Stadium, which was demolished to make way for Bankwest.Venues NSW is believed to be working feverishly behind the scenes to appease the concerns of those who could be affected.”

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/nrl/nrl-games-limit-on-bankwest/news-story/c624078fb063376ce9b1dc51d00e0dde

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Western Sydney Wanderers will be without Polish playmaker Radoslaw Majewski until at least January and most likely the whole season, after scans confirmed he has ruptured both the ACL and MCL ligaments in his knee.

Medical advice to Majewski is that he can have the injury repaired surgically immediately and face at least nine months of rehabilitation - or wait for up to two months to see if the ligaments start to repair by themselves, something doctors say is only an outside chance at best.

In the unlikely event that happened, Majewski could be back early in the New Year, but will have to have the surgery if there is no obvious progress.

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/football/western-sydney-wanderers-import-radoslaw-majewski-sent-for-scans/news-story/2c7fca36e9e4d47e9b3b526c378017c4
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Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel has denied reports his assistant Jean-Paul de Marigny has caused a rift between staff and players at the A-League club.

The Sydney Morning Herald has published reports claiming players are confused and do not respect Babbel, while assistant coach de Marigny runs the team with a firm hand.

On Wednesday morning Babbel took aim at the reports, saying that if players cannot handle a tough coaching style they 'have no f***ing chance in Europe'.

More to follow...  https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/wanderers-bosses-deny-coaching-rift-reports-535738

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Hello fever friends

WSW fan in Wellington for Christmas visiting the wife's family. Some of you may know who I am just from that clue.

Are there any pubs up along the Kapiti Coast known for showing A-League matches? Either in Porirua or Paraparaumu ideally.

WSW play Adelaide at 9:30pm tonight, so being a Friday, most pubs will be open.

Let me know, please :)

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Welcome here for starters. Thanks, I'll watch the game when I get home from work. Hatter would know about Paraparaumu.

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Interim Hyundai A-League coach Jean-Paul de Marigny (JP) provided an update on players who were not at training such as striker Simon Cox, defender Dylan McGowan and midfielder Pirmin Schwegler.

“Simon Cox is on his way back to Sydney at the moment,” explained JP.

“Dylan McGowan arrived six days ago and is currently in quarantine.

“Pirmin (Schwegler) is also coming back and will be returning at the start of July. He is committed to finishing the season with us.”

Wanderers goalkeeper Daniel Lopar has returned to Switzerland and will not complete the remainder of the season with the club. But will return for next season.

Injured players such as Vedran Janjetovic, Radoslaw Majewski and Daniel Wilmering have also been making progress.

Janjetovic is still working through his rehab with no set return date.

Majewski remains in Poland where he is doing his rehab and recently welcomed his first child.

There have been positive signs for young defender Daniel Wilmering who this morning returned to the pitch and took part in solo training which involved running.

https://www.wswanderersfc.com.au/news/wanderers-return-training
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Be interesting to see how he goes for a full season, turns out avoiding him and getting Rudan wasn't the dodged bullet we all thought it was last season.

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Kappa do some lovely kits.

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Fratton Park - Champion Hill - Kiwitea St

And all away grounds inbetween.

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Beauties, especially the home kit. 

You know we belong together...

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Oska wrote:

Beauties, especially the home kit. 

Kappa logo's are too big imo & I don't like the button on the collar.

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