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Squeels v WSW.

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by simon64, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. simon64

    simon64 Well-Known Member Premium Member

    +2,548 /32
    Seriously, Steve Sharp and his lackeys must be looking at the Wanderers and shaking their heads in disbelief.

    They pack the stadium and have fervent supporters (even though they don't have a brain between them).

    The Squeels on the other hand lurch from one disaster to the next. Their supporters turn on their own and one another at the first sign of adversity.

    I can't wait to watch them implode again next year.
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2015
  2. sheridanstand78

    sheridanstand78 Well-Known Member

    +4,867 /73
    WSW actually fill whinger park most weeks, they have done really well and the place is buzzing when they play, sure beats the rent a crowd who spend 80 minutes moaning for a penalty when the worms play.
  3. Duff

    Duff Well-Known Member

    +636 /12
    The Wanderers only fill the ground when they play Sydney FC. Other than that there's spare seats everywhere.
    They also have the advantage that their fans are Worms and Bullgrubs supporters with a bunch of other assorted Westies thrown in to help. The NRL have 4 western Sydney teams covering the Westards area.
    Don't believe the hype. It's just propaganda from the Westies to get a new stadium biult for them.
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    • ABTK

      ABTK "Bollocks"

      +59 /2
      Weren't they the whinging soccer deadsh!ts that tried to have the Ray Price statue covered up when they were playing at Parra Stadium a few years ago..? The wanderers can take their third-rate, third-world game and shove it you know where...
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      • Clay

        Clay Well-Known Member

        +1,532 /66
        I loved it when the eels fans threw coins at the players would love to see that again.

        The WSW games against Melbourne Victory are usually sell outs it depends on scheduling.
        When you see the empty seats behind the Goal where the RBB stand those are actually all sold out but not everyone attends every game. There is currently a waiting list to buy season tickets for that area.

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