2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
1-2-1, 5th in Australian A-League
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15dAAP

Wanderers send a warning to the A-League

Things looked ominous for WSW before they turned their A-League fortunes on their head with a comprehensive 3-0 trouncing of Wellington Phoenix.

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19dAAP

Western Sydney focused despite Babbel's ban

His VAR outburst in the past, Markus Babbel said his players will be focused on finding their first win of the A-League season against Wellington.

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63dAAP

Wanderers' Risdon open to European move

Socceroos and Western Sydney Wanderers defender Josh Risdon is open to the idea of a move abroad after his World Cup breakthrough.

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84dAAP

WSW can't be complacent vs. Bonnyrigg - Babbel

WSW coach Markus Babbel says his players would be "stupid" if they haven't learned from their near-disaster in the FFA Cup earlier this month.

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100dAAP

WSW sign ex-Bundesliga star Baumjohann

Alexander Baumjohann has signed with Western Sydney Wanderers for the upcoming A-League season, where he will join forces with Markus Babbel.

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154dAAP

Santalab joins Perth Glory from WSW

Veteran striker Brendon Santalab has quit WSW to join A-League rivals Perth Glory, where he will reunite with former mentor Tony Popovic.

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194dAAP

Elrich returns to the Wanderers

Foundation Western Sydney Wanderers defender Tarek Elrich has finally confirmed his return to the A-League club on a two-year deal.

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214dAAP

Players unhappy under Gombau - Cornthwaite

Former Western Sydney captain Robbie Cornthwaite has delivered a biting assessment of Josep Gombau's A-League coaching tenure.

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217dAAP

Gombau denies rift with WSW players

WSW coach Josep Gombau has played down rumours of dressing room unrest, after the club missed the finals for only the second time in their history.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference1Tied-4th
Goals Scored64th
Assists3Tied-4th
Goals Conceded5Tied-4th