2012–13 Western Sydney Wanderers FC season

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Western Sydney Wanderers
2012–13 season
Chairman Lyall Gorman
Manager Tony Popovic
Stadium Parramatta Stadium
A-League 1st
A-League Finals Series Runners-up
Top goalscorer League: Mark Bridge (11)
All: Mark Bridge (11)
Highest home attendance 19,585 vs Sydney FC
(23 March 2013)
Lowest home attendance 6,755 vs Brisbane Roar
(9 December 2012)
Home colours
Away colours

The 2012–13 Western Sydney Wanderers FC season was the clubs inaugural season since its establishment in 2012. The club participated in the A-League for the first time, winning the competition and finishing as runner-up in the 2013 A-League Grand Final.

Season overview[edit]

On 4 April 2012, Western Sydney Wanderers was established by FFA as a Western Sydney based club to compete in the A-League.[1] On 17 May, Tony Popovic was announced as inaugural head coach. Popovic joined the club on a four seasons deal after requesting to be released from the final year of his contracted role as assistant manager of Crystal Palace.[2] On 22 May, Ante Milicic joined the club as assistant coach.[3] On 25 June, the first players to sign to the new club were announced, these were Aaron Mooy from St. Mirren, Tarek Elrich from Newcastle Jets and Kwabena Appiah-Kubi from Central Coast Mariners. All three players signed a one year contract, as would all players in the inaugural squad, with exception of two (Beauchamp and Ono).[4] On 30 June, Sydney players Michael Beauchamp, Mark Bridge and Shannon Cole, as well as Nikolai Topor-Stanley from Newcastle Jets FC all signed to the club. Beauchamp was the first player to sign past the inaugural season, with a three year contract.[5] On 2 July, Ante Čović joined the squad from Melbourne Victory and Labinot Haliti joined from Newcastle Jets.[6] On 25 July, after just two months of developing a squad, the club played its first friendly match against local club, Nepean. The game ended in a 0–5 win for Wanderers, with Haliti scoring one and Gibbs scoring four in front of a crowd of 3,500.[7] On 31 July, Adam D'Apuzzo signed to the new club from APIA Leichhardt Tigers.[8] On 2 August, Jerrad Tyson joined the squad from Gold Coast United, Jason Trifiro joined the squad from South Melbourne and Reece Caira joined from Aston Villa.[9] On 8 August, Tahj Minniecon joined the squad from Gold Coast United.[10] On 13 August, Dino Kresinger joined the squad from Cibalia and Mateo Poljak joined from Dinamo Zagreb.[11] On 21 August, Jérome Polenz joined the squad from Union Berlin.[12] On 11 September, Iacopo La Rocca joined the squad from Grasshoppers and Youssouf Hersi joined from Alki Larnaca.[13] On 28 September, Japanese midfielder Shinji Ono became the club's International Marquee player, signing to the club for two years from J. League Division 1 team Shimizu S-Pulse.[14] On 3 October, Joey Gibbs joined the squad from Marconi Stallions FC.[15]

On 6 October, Western Sydney Wanderers played their first competitive match of any kind against Central Coast Mariners in the first round of the A-League season. The match, played in front of a home crowd, ended in a 0–0 draw.[16] On 12 October, Wanderers lost to Adelaide United by a score of 1–0.[17] On 20 October, Wanderers lost to Sydney by a score of 0–1 in front of a sell out crowd in the first ever Sydney Derby match.[18] On 22 October, Wanderers defeated Brisbane Roar 0–1 with Bridge scoring to secure the teams first competitive win of any kind.[19] On 2 November, Wanderers defeated Melbourne Heart 2–1 at home with a goal from Bridge and an own goal from Gerhardt.[20] On 10 November, Wanderers lost to Newcastle Jets by a score of 1–2 with Gibbs providing the only goal.[21] On 18 November, a 10-manned Wanderers defeated Perth Glory 0–1 with Hersi sent off on the 38th minute after a goal scored by La Rocca.[22] On 24 November, Wanderers lost to Melbourne Victory by a score of 0–2.[23] On 2 December, Wanderers lost to Wellington Phoenix by a score of 1–0.[24] On 9 December, Wanderers defeated Brisbane Roar 1–0 with a goal by Ono.[25] On 15 December, Wanderers defeated Sydney 0–2 in the second Sydney Derby match of the season, with goals from Hersi and Beauchamp.[26] On 21 December, Wanderers defeated Adelaide United 6–1 with a hat-trick from Bridge, as well as goals from Kresinger, Ono and Gibbs.[27] On 27 December, Wanderers drew against Perth Glory 1–1 with a goal by Haliti.[28]

On 1 January 2013, Wanderers defeated Melbourne Victory 2–1 with Ono scoring both goals. The result saw Wanderers overtake Melbourne Victory for third place in the league.[29] On 3 January, defenders Adam D’Apuzzo and Shannon Cole extended their contracts with the club for a further one year until 2014.[30] On 6 January, a ten manned Wanderers lost to Central Coast Mariners by a score 0–2 with Trifiro sent off early in the second half.[31] On 9 January, Rocky Visconte signed a short-term contract with the club until the end of the season.[32] On 13 January, Wanderers bounced back with a 0–2 win over Wellington Phoenix with Topor-Stanley and Haliti scoring.[33] On 20 January, Wanderers continued their winning ways, defeating Brisbane Roar 1–2 with goals from Bridge and Hersi.[34] On 26 January, Wanderers defeated Melbourne Heart 1–0 with a goal by Ono after Polenz was sent off early in the first half.[35] On 3 February, Wanderers defeated Adelaide United 2–4 with goals by from Hersi and one each from Bridge and Poljak.[36] On 9 February, Wanderers defeated Newcastle Jets 2–1 with two goals from Hersi and Bridge. The win took Wanderers to second place in the league.[37] On 16 February, Wanderers defeated Melbourne Victory 1–2 with goals from La Rocca and Ono.[38] On 23 February, Wanderers defeated Perth Glory 1–0 with a goal by Mooy.[39] On 2 March, Wanderers defeated Central Coast Mariners 0–1 with a goal by Haliti. The win saw Wanderers overtake Central Coast Mariners for first place in the league.[40] On 7 March, Josh Barresi signed to the club on a two year first team professional contract as an injury replacement for Tahj Minniecon.[41] On 10 March, Wanderers defeated Wellington Phoenix 2–1 with Ono and Bridge both scoring penalty kicks to set an A-League record of nine straight match wins.[42] On 16 March, Wanderers defeated Melbourne Heart 1–3 with two goals from Haliti and one from La Rocca.[43] On 22 March, goalkeeper Carlos Saliadarre signed a short-term contract with Wanderers from Blacktown Spartans until the end of the season as an injury replacement for Jerrad Tyson.[44] On 23 March, Wanderers broke their 10 game winning streak after a 1–1 draw against Sydney in the third Sydney Derby match of the season in front of a sold out crowd. Cole scored Wanderers only goal shortly after Sydney received a red card, with La Rocca also receiving a red card later in the game.[45] On 29 March, Wanderers ended their debut A-League season on a high after defeating Newcastle Jets 0–3 with two goals from Bridge and one from Visconte. The win secured Wanderers first place in the league, with the team winning the Premiers' Plate, as well as an A-League Finals position and a 2014 AFC Champions League position.[46]

On 12 April, Wanderers defeated Brisbane Roar 2–0 at home in the Semi Final match of the A-League Finals, to secure a place in the Grand Final. Kresinger and Ono supplied the goals before Hersi was sent off after receiving a second yellow card.[47] On 21 April, Wanderers played against Central Coast Mariners in the 2013 A-League Grand Final. The match, played at Sydney Football Stadium in front of a full crowd, saw Wanderers lose 0–2.[48]

Players[edit]

Squad information[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK  AUS Ante Čović 37 2012 29 0 2013 Free
2 DF  AUS Shannon Cole 28 2012 22 1 2014 Free
3 DF  AUS Adam D'Apuzzo 26 2012 23 0 2014 Free
4 DF  AUS Nikolai Topor-Stanley 27 2012 29 1 2013 Free
5 DF  AUS Michael Beauchamp (captain) 32 2012 24 1 2015 Free
6 MF  GER Jérome Polenz 26 2012 25 0 2013 Free
7 FW  AUS Labinot Haliti 27 2012 19 5 2013 Free
8 MF  CRO Mateo Poljak 23 2012 25 1 2013 Free
9 FW  CRO Dino Kresinger 31 2012 25 2 2013 Free
10 MF  AUS Aaron Mooy 22 2012 23 1 2013 Free
11 DF  AUS Tarek Elrich (vice-captain) 26 2012 11 0 2013 Free
12 FW  AUS Tahj Minniecon 24 2012 5 0 2013 Free
13 MF  AUS Joey Gibbs 20 2012 13 2 2013 Free
14 FW  AUS Kwabena Appiah-Kubi 21 2012 13 0 2013 Free
15 DF  AUS Reece Caira 20 2012 2 0 2013 Free
16 MF  AUS Rocky Visconte 22 2013 3 1 2013 Free
17 MF  NED Youssouf Hersi 30 2012 23 5 2013 Free
18 DF  ITA Iacopo La Rocca 28 2012 20 3 2013 Free
19 FW  AUS Mark Bridge 27 2012 27 11 2013 Free
20 GK  AUS Jerrad Tyson 23 2012 0 0 2013 Free
21 MF  JPN Shinji Ono 33 2012 26 8 2014 Free
23 MF  AUS Jason Trifiro 24 2012 13 0 2013 Free
24 MF  AUS Yianni Perkatis 19 2013 2 0 2015 Youth system
30 GK  AUS Carlos Saliadarre 19 2013 0 0 2013 Free Injury replacement
MF  AUS Josh Barresi 18 2013 0 0 2015 Free Injury replacement

Transfers in[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
1 GK  AUS Ante Čović 37 Melbourne Victory Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
2 DF  AUS Shannon Cole 28 Sydney FC Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
3 DF  AUS Adam D'Apuzzo 26 APIA Leichhardt Tigers Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free smh.com.au
4 DF  AUS Nikolai Topor-Stanley 27 Newcastle Jets Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
5 DF  AUS Michael Beauchamp 32 Sydney FC Transfer Pre-season 2015 Free footballaustralia.com.au
6 MF  GER Jérome Polenz 26 1. FC Union Berlin Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
7 FW  AUS Labinot Haliti 27 Newcastle Jets Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
8 MF  CRO Mateo Poljak 23 Dinamo Zagreb Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
9 FW  CRO Dino Kresinger 31 Cibalia Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
10 MF  AUS Aaron Mooy 22 St Mirren Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
11 DF  AUS Tarek Elrich 26 Newcastle Jets Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
12 FW  AUS Tahj Minniecon 24 Gold Coast United Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
13 MF  AUS Joey Gibbs 20 Marconi Stallions Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
14 FW  AUS Kwabena Appiah-Kubi 21 Central Coast Mariners Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
15 DF  AUS Reece Caira 20 Aston Villa Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
16 MF  AUS Rocky Visconte 22 Brisbane Roar Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
17 MF  NED Youssouf Hersi 30 Alki Larnaca Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
18 DF  ITA Iacopo La Rocca 28 Grasshoppers Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
19 FW  AUS Mark Bridge 27 Sydney FC Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
20 GK  AUS Jerrad Tyson 23 Gold Coast United Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
21 MF  JPN Shinji Ono 33 Shimizu S-Pulse Transfer Pre-season 2014 Free footballaustralia.com.au
23 MF  AUS Jason Trifiro 24 South Melbourne Transfer Pre-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
MF  AUS Josh Barresi 18 Australian Institute of Sport Transfer Mid-season 2013 Free footballaustralia.com.au
30 GK  AUS Carlos Saliadarre 19 Blacktown Spartans Transfer Mid-season 2013 Free westsydneyfootball.com

Technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Australia Tony Popovic
Assistant Manager Australia Ante Milicic
Goalkeeping Coach Australia Ron Corry
Strength & Conditioning Coach Australia Adam Waterson
Physiotherapist Australia David Hughes

Statistics[edit]

Squad statistics[edit]

N P Nat. Name Total A-League
Apps Goals Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Apps Goals Yellow card Second yellow card Red card
1 GK Australia Ante Čović 29 0 2 0 0 29+0 0 2 0 0
2 DF Australia Shannon Cole 22 1 3 0 0 11+11 1 3 0 0
3 DF Australia Adam D'Apuzzo 23 0 7 0 0 23+0 0 7 0 0
4 DF Australia Nikolai Topor-Stanley 29 1 3 0 0 29+0 1 3 0 0
5 DF Australia Michael Beauchamp 24 1 6 0 0 24+0 1 6 0 0
6 MF Germany Jérome Polenz 25 0 4 0 1 25+0 0 4 0 1
7 FW Australia Labinot Haliti 19 5 2 0 0 8+11 5 2 0 0
8 MF Croatia Mateo Poljak 25 1 5 0 0 25+0 1 5 0 0
9 FW Croatia Dino Kresinger 25 2 4 0 0 17+8 2 4 0 0
10 MF Australia Aaron Mooy 23 1 6 0 0 20+3 1 6 0 0
11 DF Australia Tarek Elrich 11 0 1 0 0 2+9 0 1 0 0
12 FW Australia Tahj Minniecon 5 0 0 0 0 1+4 0 0 0 0
13 MF Australia Joey Gibbs 13 2 1 0 0 8+5 2 1 0 0
14 FW Australia Kwabena Appiah-Kubi 13 0 1 0 0 4+9 0 1 0 0
15 DF Australia Reece Caira 2 0 0 0 0 0+2 0 0 0 0
16 MF Australia Rocky Visconte 3 1 0 0 0 0+3 1 0 0 0
17 MF Netherlands Youssouf Hersi 23 5 8 1 1 22+1 5 8 1 1
18 DF Italy Iacopo La Rocca 20 3 5 0 1 16+4 3 5 0 1
19 FW Australia Mark Bridge 27 11 1 0 0 26+1 11 1 0 0
20 GK Australia Jerrad Tyson 0 0 0 0 0 0+0 0 0 0 0
21 MF Japan Shinji Ono 26 8 2 0 0 23+3 8 2 0 0
23 MF Australia Jason Trifiro 13 0 0 1 0 4+9 0 0 1 0
24 MF Australia Yianni Perkatis 2 0 0 0 0 2+0 0 0 0 0
30 GK Australia Carlos Saliadarre 0 0 0 0 0 0+0 0 0 0 0

Goal scorers[edit]

Rank Player Goals per Game
 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 SF GF Total
1 Australia Mark Bridge 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 11
2 Japan Shinji Ono 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 8
3 Netherlands Youssouf Hersi 1 1 2 1 5
Australia Labinot Haliti 1 1 1 2 5
5 Italy Iacopo La Rocca 1 1 1 3
6 Australia Joey Gibbs 1 1 2
Croatia Dino Kresinger 1 1 2
8 Australia Michael Beauchamp 1 1
Australia Nikolai Topor-Stanley 1 1
Croatia Mateo Poljak 1 1
Australia Aaron Mooy 1 1
Australia Shannon Cole 1 1
Australia Rocky Visconte 1 1
- Own Goal 1 1
A goal was scored from a penalty kick
2 were scored from penalty kicks

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

Competitions[edit]

Overall[edit]

Competition Started round Final
position / round
First match Last match
A-League Premiers 6 October 2012 29 March 2013
A-League Finals Semi Finals Runners-up 12 April 2013 21 April 2013
National Youth League 7th 21 October 2012 24 February 2013

A-League[edit]

Main article: 2012–13 A-League

League table[edit]

Pos
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Western Sydney Wanderers 27 18 3 6 41 21 +20 57 2014 AFC Champions League Group stage 1
2 Central Coast Mariners (C) 27 16 6 5 48 22 +26 54
3 Melbourne Victory 27 13 5 9 48 45 +3 44 2014 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off 1
4 Adelaide United 27 12 5 10 38 37 +1 41 2013 A-League Finals Series
5 Brisbane Roar 27 10 5 12 33 29 +4 35
6 Perth Glory 27 9 5 13 29 31 −2 32
7 Sydney FC 27 9 5 13 41 51 −10 32
8 Newcastle Jets 27 8 7 12 30 45 −15 31
9 Melbourne Heart 27 8 3 16 31 40 −9 27
10 Wellington Phoenix 27 7 6 14 31 49 −18 27

Updated to games played on 30 March 2013
Source: ultimatealeague.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
1 Since the winner of 2013 A-League Grand Final (Central Coast Mariners) qualified for the 2014 AFC Champions League Group stage, the 3rd placed team qualified for the qualifying play-off of 2014 AFC Champions League.
*Wellington Phoenix cannot qualify for the 2014 AFC Champions League as they are not recognised as an AFC club.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
27 18 3 6 41 21 +20 57 8 2 4 19 13 +6 10 1 2 22 8 +14

Last updated: 30 March 2013.
Source: theworldgame.sbs.com.au

Results by round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Ground H A H A H H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A
Result D L L W W L W L L W W W D W L W W W W W W W W W W D W
Position 5 8 10 8 5 7 5 6 8 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Last updated: 29 March 2013.
Source: 2012–13 Western Sydney Wanderers season#A-League
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

Matches[edit]

Finals Series[edit]

National Youth League[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

League table[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Melbourne Victory Youth 18 12 1 5 57 20 67+37 37
2 Central Coast Mariners Youth 18 12 1 5 38 28 40+10 37
3 Newcastle Jets Youth 18 10 1 7 54 36 48+18 31
4 Brisbane Roar Youth 18 9 3 6 39 34 35+5 30
5 Perth Glory Youth 18 8 1 9 45 45 300 25
6 Melbourne Heart Youth 18 8 1 9 32 34 28−2 25
7 Western Sydney Wanderers Youth 18 7 4 7 29 41 18−12 25
8 Adelaide United Youth 18 6 4 8 35 42 23−7 22
9 Sydney FC Youth 18 6 3 9 41 46 25−5 21
10 AIS Football Program 18 2 1 15 23 68 -15−45 7


Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
18 7 4 7 29 41 −12 25 4 1 4 12 19 −7 3 3 3 17 22 −5

Source:[citation needed]

League Goalscorers by round[edit]

Total Player Goals per Game
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
4 Australia Daniel Barac 1 1 1 1
3 Australia Kwabena Appiah-Kubi 1 1 1
Australia Yianni Perkatis 1 1 1
Australia Reece Caira 2 1
Australia Joey Gibbs 1 2
Australia Jake McGing 1 1 1
2 Australia Zac Elrich 1 1
Australia Jason Trifiro 1 1
Australia Labinot Haliti 1 1
1 Australia Mark Cindric 1
Australia Rocky Visconte 1
Australia Nicholas Olsen 1
- Own goal 1
29 Total 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 4 4 4 2

See also[edit]

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