Outcome of independent Match Review Panel – Round 9 -Hyundai A-League 2016/2017

Wanderers goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson was shown a red card in the clash against the Mariners on Saturday.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Staff Writer
The independent Match Review Panel (MRP) have met to consider the incident involving Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson.

The independent Match Review Panel (MRP) – consisting of Simon Micallef (Chair), Matthew Breeze and Adam D’Apuzzo – convened today to consider an incident involving Jerrad Tyson (Western Sydney Wanderers FC) in or around the 59th minute of Western Sydney Wanderers FC’s Round 9 match against Central Coast Mariners on Saturday, 3 December 2016.

The MRP has the authority to consider the incident as Jerrad Tyson was issued with a direct Red Card by the referee.

The MRP confirmed that Jerrad Tyson will serve a suspension of one (1) match, being the minimum sanction for the offence of denying the opposing team an obvious goal-scoring opportunity by an offence that is punishable by a free kick or penalty kick.

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Hyundai A-League transfer wrap for season 2016/2017 -Jerrad Tyson

Jerrad Tyson (Western Sydney Wanderers) The goalkeeper has re-joined Tony Popovic’s squad from Perth Glory. The 26-year-old is yet to concede a goal in his three appearances in Red &Black.

 

 

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Goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson was the hero as Perth Glory downed the Jets in a shootout.

Goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson was the hero as Perth Glory downed the Jets in a shootout.

Happy Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe hailed his new players in a remodeled Glory squad after an exhilarating penalty shoot out win against Newcastle Jets in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32 on Tuesday night.

After scores were locked at 1-1 after 90 minutes and 2-2 at the end of extra-time, new recruit Gyorgy Sandor converted the decisive penalty to hand Glory a 4-3 win in the shootout.

Three missed spot kicks in the shootout proved costly for the hosts as the Glory advance to the Round of 16.

The Hungarian star and other new Glory faces come in for high praise from the Perth boss after the game.

 

“First half they [Jets] were the better side. But in the second half we changed the shape a little bit and we were in the game,” Lowe told Fox Sports.

“We’ve got Jakey Collard, young Steph Valentini who came on and got us the penalty and Hagi Gligor came on and did really, really well so really happy for the kids.

“And Gyorgy the Hungarian boy I thought was magnificent.”

Lowe added the FFA Cup was especially important for his club.And he’s hoping that in Wednesday’s draw they finally get a home game after numerous trips to the eastern seaboard in last season’s FFA Cup.

“It’s massive for us because it sets us up for the season. We find it difficult to get pre-season games over West. So if we can hang in there with the Cup and get a couple of A-League teams you get a good pre-season.

“So that’s the focus for us, to hang in there for as long as we can.”

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Western Sydney Wanderers confirm string of player departures

Michael Beauchamp won't be at the Wanderers next season after being released by the club.

Western Sydney Wanderers have confirmed a number of the club’s foundation players will not have their contracts renewed for next season.
Foundation captain Michael Beauchamp, Shinji Ono, Youssouf Hersi, Jerome Polenz, Adam D’Apuzzo, Jerrad Tyson, Aaron Mooy, Tahj Minniecon, Dean Heffernan and Josh Barresi have all parted company with the Wanderers following the conclusion of their contracts.
Ono, Mooy and Hersi have already signed with new clubs for next year but the axing of club captain Michael Beauchamp signals Tony Popovic’s intention to overhaul the Wanderers squad for next season.
Despite his disappointment, Beauchamp paid tribute to the Club and the fans for their support   throughout his stint at Parramatta Stadium.
“It has been an honour leading the boys out there every week and it’s been an honour coming to train here with the team week in week out,” said Beauchamp.
“We’ve shown in two years the level that we can take football to here in Australia, not only on the park but off the park with the community work, with the fans, with the RBB.
“For me it’s been an honour to represent this Club and I’d like to thank the fans and thesupporters.”
Consistent performers Adam D’Apuzzo and Jerome Polenz have surprisingly not been offered new contracts but will certainly attract interest from rival A-League clubs.
D’Apuzzo reignited his career at the Wanderers after spending a year out of the game and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity the club afforded him.
“The Wanderers would definitely be the highlight of my career. The way this Club is in terms of the fans, the setup, the group of boys, the staff it just makes everything we did just seem better than anything I’ve ever done in my career,” said D’Apuzzo.
“The fans here are second to none, even growing up watching football overseas I guess you see their crowds, but I don’t think they have the connection that we have with our fans.”
Utility Dean Heffernan announced his retirement, while little used reserves Jerrad Tyson, Tahj Minniecon and Josh Barresi have been told their services are no longer required by the club.
Western Sydney Wanderers Hyundai A-League squad for 2014/15: 1. Ante Covic, 2. Shannon Cole, 4. Nikolai Topor-Stanley, 7. Labinot Haliti, 8. Mateo Poljak, 9. Tomi Juric, 11. Brendon Santalab, 13. Matthew Spiranovic, 14. Kwabena Appiah, 15. Yianni Perkatis, 18. Iacopo La Rocca, 19. Mark Bridge, 23. Jason Trifiro, 31. Alusine Fofanah, 32. Daniel Alessi, 33. Daniel Mullen, 34. Golgol Mebrahtu
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Source : Football Federation Australia

Jerrad Tyson named ME Bank Green Card For Fairer Play winner

Saturday, 3 May 2014 9:49 AM

Tyson named ME Bank Green Card For Fairer Play winner

Congratulations to Western Sydney Wanderers’ keeper Jerrad Tyson, who has been named winner of the ME Bank Green Card for Fairer Play Award for season nine of the Hyundai A-League.

Jerrad was nominated last year for being active in the community and he continued his work in this area throughout the season.

Jerrad spent time with patients in hospitals lifting spirits and spreading joy.

“The people I saw were a in a higher bracket of health issues so we spent my visits talking about their dreams and passions and I would obviously keep them up to date with all things Wanderers.

“I saw my biggest role during these visits to first of all help take their minds off their situations by motivating them or talking about their dreams and the things that make them smile and to insure they knew that they weren’t alone in their battle.

Everyone at the Wanderers was supporting them and wishing them well. And it was important to me to let them know that we were with them.”

Jerrad will receive the ME Bank Green Card for Fairer Play Award as well as a cheque for $10,000 to his chosen grassroots club, Maroochydore Football Club.

 

Source : Football Federation Australia

Team of the week | Round 20

Monday, 24 February 2014 8:30 PM

Team of the week | Round 20

The jostling for positions in the Round 20 TOTW was the most competitive we’ve seen this season. With all the goals it was an especially hard choice selecting the strikers.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Cirio (Adelaide United)

The Spaniard could not have done any more to help his side on the weekend. Netting a hat-trick the pint sized forward put together a superb individual performance. Twice giving his side the lead in the epic encounter against Melbourne Victory, Cirio scored with all three shots that he took. Not only limited to shooting, the showman provided four shot assists to his teammates. Whilst his side may have suffered defeat, it was hard to go past him as the Player of the Week for Round 20.

GOALKEEPER

Jerrad Tyson (Western Sydney Wanderers)

After sitting on the pine for 18 months, Tyson put in a faultless performance. Not tested until the second half, Tyson made the first of many crucial saves in the 70th minute. With the Wanderers clinging to a 1-0 lead, Rostyn Griffith’s powerful header was set for the back of the net until Tyson intervened brilliantly. Even at 2-0 Tyson preserved a clean sheet with a string of saves in the final 10 minutes, ensuring Tony Popovic a headache at the selection table this week.

DEFENDERS

Patrick Kisnorbo (Melbourne Heart)

That tackle! Coming from further back than Steven Bradbury, the former Leeds defender preserved a vital three points for the Heart with a last gasp lunge to poke the ball away from Besart Berisha when he seemed destined to score. Tasked with keeping Berisha and Thomas Broich quiet, Kisnorbo ensured the pair were firmly entrenched in his back pocket. After injury cruelled his 2010 World Cup hopes, Kisnorbo could be putting himself into contention for a spot at Brazil 2014.

Sasa Ognenovski (Sydney FC)

The ‘Big O’ was a crucial plank that saw Sydney claim three points from the Jets for the third time this season. Tasked with marking Emile Heskey, Ognenovski started slowly, but claimed every header on offer after the first 20 minutes. His aerial prowess was also used to good effect offensively, with his bullet header from a corner giving the Sky Blues a precious lead. His partnership with Nikola Petkovic will be crucial to Sydney FC’s hopes for the rest of the season.

Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Western Sydney Wanderers)

At the top of his game, Topor-Stanley has been a constant name in the Wandeers season of rotation. Under Tony Popovic, the hulking stopper has shrugged off a reputation for being inconsistent. His performances have started drawing media acclaim, with Socceroos recognition reportedly around the corner. Marking Shane Smeltz, Topor-Stanley ensured the New Zealand marksmen had no service, with 23 clearances for the match.

MIDFIELDERS

Aaron Mooy (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Out of contract and on the market, Aaron Mooy is keeping his name atop transfer wish lists across the country with a series of stellar performances. Dominating the midfield, every touch is turning to gold for the 23 year old. Alongside Mateo Poljak, who was an unlucky omission from TOTW, Mooy ensured the the Wanderers midfield brigade were the dominant one for large parts of the match.

Carlos Hernandez (Wellington Phoenix)

Is this guy Benjamin Button in disguise? Hernandez is rising out of the ashes at the Phoenix a reformed player. The Costa Rican is now perched atop the Alex Tobin medal standings following another standout performance. The playmaker was in vintage form against the Mariners, scoring a goal, having seven shot assists and six shots with his 57 touches. His goal, surely a candidate for goal of the season, disturbed the spider web, such was its placement.

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Orlando Engelaar (Melbourne Heart)

Engelaar is proving to be the four leaved clover for the Heart, not having suffered a loss since he has put on the red and white stripes. His goal capped off a fine performance from the former Dutch international. Playing in the heart of midfield, Engelaar amassed four tackles, two blocks and two interceptions in defence, whilst in attack he had an 83% pass completion rate.

Guilherme Finkler (Melbourne Victory)

After missing the Asian Cup tie the previous week, Finkler showed his importance to Kevin Muscat as he bagged a brace in the thrilling 4-3 win over Adelaide. The Brazillian turned around the contest, twice bringing the Victory level. His first goal showed exquisite skill, taking a touch, before volleying home past an outstretched Eugene Galekovic. For his second, he played a one two with Leigh Broxham before dispatching a shot inside Galekovic’s near post.

STRIKERS

Alessandro Del Piero (Sydney FC)

“Il Pinturicchio” was again at the forefront of Sydney FC’s victory, placing his fingerprints well and truly on the three points that the club gained. Providing a goal and an assist, the Italian secured Sydney’s second win on the bounce almost single-handedly. His corner that led to the opener was perfect. On the counter, Del Piero than drew Taylor Regan into a mistake which led to the decisive second goal via then penalty spot.

Stein Huysegems (Wellington Phoenix)

The big Belgian has been a constant of Team Of The Week this season. Netting his tenth goal of the season, Huysegems is atop the Golden boot charts. However he is hardly a selfish player; on Friday he provided three shot assists, whilst also passing at 83% success. Huysegems leads from the front in defence for the Phoenix as well, making two interceptions and two clearances during the contest.

 

Source : Football Federation Australia

Team of the week | Round 20

Monday, 24 February 2014 8:30 PM

Team of the week | Round 20

The jostling for positions in the Round 20 TOTW was the most competitive we’ve seen this season. With all the goals it was an especially hard choice selecting the strikers.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Cirio (Adelaide United)

The Spaniard could not have done any more to help his side on the weekend. Netting a hat-trick Cirio put together a great individual performance. Twice giving his side the lead in the epic encounter, Cirio scored with all three shots that he took. Not only limited to shooting, the showman provided four shot assists to his teammates. Whilst his side may have suffered defeat, if Cirio can continue performances like this, losing will be a rare occurance.

GOALKEEPER

Jerrad Tyson (Western Sydney Wanderers)

After sitting on the pine for 18 months, Tyson put in a faultless performance. Not tested until the second half, Tyson made the first of many crucial saves in the 70th minute. With the Wanderers clinging to a 1-0 lead Rostyn Griffith’s powerful header was set for the back of the net until Tyson intervened brilliantly. Even at 2-0 Tyson preserved a clean sheet with a string of saves in the final 10 minutes, ensuring Tony Popovic a headache at the selection table this week.

DEFENDERS

Patrick Kisnorbo (Melbourne Heart)

That tackle! Coming from further back than Steven Bradbury, the former Leeds defender preserved a vital three points for the Heart with a lasp gasp lunge to poke the ball away from Besart Berisha. Tasked with keeping Berisha and Thomas Broich quiet, Kisnorbo ensured the pair were firmly entrenched in his back pocket for the entire contest. After injury cruelled his 2010 World Cup hopes, Kisnorbo looks set to don the green and gold once more, with Brazil a realistic hope.

Sasa Ognenovski (Sydney FC)

The big O was a crucial plank that saw Sydney claim three points from the Jets for the third time this season. Tasked with marking Emile Heskey, Ognenovski started slowly, but claimed every header on offer after the first 20 minutes. His aerial prowess was also used to good affect offensively, with his bullet header from a corner giving the Sky Blues a precious lead. His partnership with Nikola Petkovic will be crucial to Sydney FC’s hopes for the rest of the season.

Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Western Sydney Wanderers)

At the top of his game, Topor-Stanley has been a constant name in the Wandeers season of rotation. Under Tony Popovic, the hulking stopper has shrugged off a reputation for being inconsistent. His performances have started drawing media acclaim, with Socceroos recognition reportedly around the corner. Marking Shane Smeltz, Topor-Stanley ensured the New Zealand marksmen had no service, with 23 clearances for the match.

MIDFIELDERS

Aaron Mooy (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Out of contract and on the market, Aaron Mooy is keeping his name atop transfer wish lists across the country with a series of monumental performances. Dominating the midfield, every touch is turning to gold for the 23 year old. Alongside Mateo Poljak, who was an unlucky omission from TOTW, Mooy ensured the Perth midfield were virtual spectators for large parts of the match.

Carlos Hernandez (Wellington Phoenix)

Is this guy Benjamin Button in disguise? Hernandez is rising out of the ashes at the Phoenix a reformed player. The Costa Rican is now perched atop the Alex Tobin medal standings following another standout performance. The playmaker was in vintage form against the Mariners, scoring a goal, having 7 shots assists and six shots with his 57 touches. His goal, surely a candidate for goal of the season, disturbed the spiders web, such was its placement.

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Orlando Engelaar (Melbourne Heart)

Engelaar is proving to be the four leaved clover for the Heart, not having suffered a loss since he has put on the red and white stripes. His goal capped off a fine performance from the former Dutch international. Playing in the heart of midfield, Engelaar amassed 4 tackles, 2 blocks and 2 interceptions in defence, whilst in attack he had an 83% pass completion rate.

Guilherme Finkler (Melbourne Victory)

After missing the Asian Cup tie the previous week, Finkler showed his importance to Kevin Muscat as he bagged a brace in the thrilling 4-3 win over Adelaide. The Brazillian turned around the contest, twice bringing the Victory level. His first goal showed exquisite skill, taking a touch, before volleying home past an outstretched Eugene Galekovic. For his second, he played a one two with Leigh Broxham before dispatching a shot inside Galekovic’s near post.

STRIKERS

Alessandro Del Piero (Sydney FC)

“Il Pinturicchio” was again at the forefront of Sydney FC’s victory, placing his fingerprints well and truly on the three points that the club gained. Providing a goal and an assist, the Italian secured Sydney’s second win on the bounce almost single-handedly. His corner that led to the opener was perfect. On the counter, Del Piero than drew Taylor Regan into a mistake which led to the decisive second goal via then penalty spot.

Stein Huysegems (Wellington Phoenix)

The big Belgian has been a constant of Team Of The Week this season. Netting his tenth goal of the season, Huysegems is atop the Golden boot charts. Howeverm he is hardly a selfish player; on Friday he provided 3 shot assists, whilst also passing at 83% success. Huysegems leads from the front in defence for the Phoenix as well, making 2 interceptions and 2 clearances during the contest.

 

Source : Football Federation Australia