Campbelltown set for Wanderers’ ACL fixtures

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Western Sydney Wanderers’ third appearance in the Asian Champions League (ACL) will see the team play their three home group games at Campbelltown Stadium.

With Pirtek Stadium under construction and Spotless Stadium hosting the majority of their A-League games this season, Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas felt the time was right to take the team to Campbelltown.

“Our members and fans come from all over Western Sydney and we’re looking forward to rewarding those from the Macarthur region with the highest quality match available in Asia right on their doorstep,” said Tsatsimas.

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Having played four games at the venue in Sydney’s south west, the choice made a lot of sense to red and black defender Brendan Hamill.

“We’ve played a few games here before and been successful. We’ve won four from four here so it was a no-brainer to come out here,” said Hamill.

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Sporting Western Sydney’s new ACL jersey, which has new sponsor AETOS on front and sees the return of black stripes on the sleeves, Hamill says the team’s attention remains on the A-League but the prospect of the ACL does have them excited.

“The boys are really looking forward to the ACL, but obviously we are focused on the A-League at the moment. In the back of our minds we know we have the Asian Champions League soon and to be able to play it out here for the people of Campbelltown is awesome,” he said.

A fitting metaphor for the Wanderers’ current state, the pitch right now out at Campbelltown clearly needs some work.

As a team Western Sydney have won just one from six this season; drawing three in a row before a 3-0 loss at the hands of Melbourne Victory last Saturday night.

Hamill for one is adamant that the team must be be constructive with early season struggles and that an allusive win will make the grass look a lot greener for the Wanderers.

“Everything that happens is going to affect you, it’s whether you let it affect you in a negative way or positive way.

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Once we get a win we’ll be on a roll,” he said.

That win could well come on Friday night against a dangerous looking Melbourne City side. Though yet to keep a clean sheet this season, Hamill is confident his side can get a positive result.

“They’re a very good team. We respect them. They’ve got quality individuals and they’ve got quality as a team. But we focus on ourselves…we expect to win.”

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