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Sports Mark Bridge wins Wanderers Medal but may headline off-season exits

Western Sydney Wanderers forward Mark Bridge has capped one of his best seasons by winning the Wanderers Medal on Tuesday night . His contract demands have so far been ruled out of reach by the Wanderers, who remain concerned by his age .  and injury history.Less clarity surrounds Spanish pair Andreu and Alberto, who have pushed for significant upgrades next season.
The Age
03/05
29 Points
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Sports Three grand finals in four years a testament to Wanderers wonderful culture, writes Robbie Slater

It doesn’t make Piovaccari a bad player, it just means he didn’t fit into what the Wanderers were building or the culture of the club. The Wanderers have Dimas and Andreu up against probably the best holding midfielder over the last couple of seasons in Isaias. There was no point in sticking him on the bench, so Popovic virtually got rid of him altogether. Popovic admitted early on that he made a mistake with his foreign marquee striker Federico Piovaccari .
NewsComAu
30/04
16 Points
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Sports History on the line for Wanderers and Adelaide United in grand final

In 2008 for the Jets, he scored the only goal against the Mariners; and in 2010, Sydney’s only goal against Melbourne Victory, before the Sky Blues won on penalties.Two from two was some record, but since joining the Wanderers, not so much. Brendon Santalab left Sydney FC at the start of the season they won the grand final in 2010, and lost the 2014 vintage with the Wanderers.Somebody has to make the difference, in a game so evenly matched.
NewsComAu
29/04
13 Points

Sports Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge delays decision on future until after the A-League season

Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge will delay any decision on his future until after the A-League finals. The 30-year-old says he has given no thought on where he will play next season having attracted interest from Asia as a result of his impressive form for the Wanderers. Of all the top six teams, the Wanderers' poorest record comes against the Roar who have claimed two wins over Western Sydney this season.
The Age
22/04
3 Points
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Sports Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge admits he is surprised to be back in the No.9 shirt

Bridge believes they’ve been the most consistent team in the league all season.The Wanderers have been consistent themselves, which is why Bridge says the teams will be evenly matched, particularly in the fitness stakes.“They’re probably the team most similar to us in the league,” he said. It’s good to see them get through as they’re the most consistent team.“But it’s a one-off game, anyone can beat anyone and that’s why it’s so entertaining for the neutral.
NewsComAu
21/04
16 Points
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