Popovic pops Wanderers into form

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The Western Sydney Wanderers are finally adding some credibility to their campaign this season.

The match up between the Newcastle Jets and the Wanderers showed desperation from both sides; Wanderers wanted to prove their worth now more than ever after a slow start to the season.

In front of a crowd of almost 15 thousand Newcastle failed to come out on top, paving the way for a Wanderers’ win.

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Western Sydney struggled in the first three rounds and after a victory last week they’re one step closer to redeeming themselves and getting some points on the table.

Coach Tony Popovic however maintains that his squad has been in form since the start of the season.

“The form we’ve had since throughout, the form we’ve had in five games,” said Popovic.

“What we haven’t had is the result to match that.

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“We’ve been playing well, creating opportunities, we just haven’t been able to finish teams off.

“Those things will come.”

Wanderers kept possession for much of the game, and whilst they couldn’t convert in the first half they managed to come out on top.

Popovic praised his team’s effort.

“We played well; we controlled the game away from home and in the end got a deserved win.

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“It was a tough match but that’s what we expected. They’re on nine points, full of confidence.

“It’s not easy to come here but we created some good opportunities.”

There definitely were a lot of chances and the Wanderers would have likely gone aheada earlier if it weren’t for Mark Birighitti’s impressive performance between the sticks.

While the Wanderers are glad to go home with the three points, Popovic has acknowledged the success Newcastle has had so far this season.

“They’re a very organised team, they’ve picked up three wins from four so respect to everyone at the club for what they’re doing,”

“It’s a great place for football, the fans love their sport here, so you want Newcastle to be successful.

“This may be the start of something special for them which can only be good for our league.”

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