2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 10th in Australian A-League
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Meier set to sign for Western Sydney Wanderers

Markus Babbel's disappointment with WSW's limp FFA Cup loss to Melbourne City has been tempered by the impending arrival of Alexander Meier.

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17dJoey Lynch

Sources: Wanderers to sign NWSL MVP Williams

Western Sydney Wanderers have landed a coup in signing United States forward Lynn Williams for the upcoming W-League season, sources have told ESPN.

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Sydney FC sign ex-Wanderer Alex Baumjohann

Sydney FC coach Steve Corica and new signing Alexander Baumjohann agree the German midfielder is a perfect fit for the Sky Blues front-four.

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Ninkovic shrugs off Wanderers' rough treatment

Milos Ninkovic has shrugged off the bruising early treatment he got in the Sydney Derby, which coach Steve Corica had warned his players about.

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Perth on edge of glory after Sydney derby draw

Sydney FC's chances of catching A-League leaders Perth almost certainly ended after being held 1-1 by local rivals Western Sydney at ANZ Stadium.

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Wanderers dent Melbourne's finals hopes

Western Sydney Wanderers' horror A-League home run at ANZ Stadium ended with a decisive 3-0 win over finals contenders Melbourne City.

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Wanderers barely recognisable to Spiranovic

Perth Glory defender Matthew Spiranovic will barely recognise a face when he returns to his former stomping ground in Sunday's clash with WSW.

Western Sydney Wanderers celebrate a goal in their 3-1 win over Adelaide.
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Western Sydney Wanderers stun Adelaide

An inspired Western Sydney Wanderers stunned fourth-placed Adelaide United with a 3-1 A-League victory at Coopers Stadium.

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Wanderers responded to my criticism - Babbel

Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel admits being surprised by some of the reaction to his criticism of his underperforming playing group this season.