“Sometimes a break can do you good” – Robinson keen to kick on after poor form

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson is happy to be back on the training pitch and preparing for games of football after a COVID disrupted Christmas period. The Welshman said that they have only had a full squad for training…

OPINION | Western Sydney: A club lost and wandering in the wilderness

What a difference five weeks makes for the Western Sydney Wanderers and their fans. From the optimism of promising signings to developments of the training ground and a 10-year anniversary, to a coach admitting he doesn’t have the answers to…

Tactical analysis: Wanderers football problems run deeper than Robinson

After just five rounds of the 2021/22 A-League Men season, Western Sydney Wanderers are at a crossroads. Despite having signed an array of proven quality footballers in Australia’s top tier, the former Asian Champions League winners sit in eighth place,…

“We need the supporters to get behind us” – Robinson issues rallying cry to the Wanderers faithful

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson has called on the people of Western Sydney to get behind their team as they gear up for the round one Sydney Derby. In this, the club’s 10th season and after four seasons out…

Robinson on Rodwell, tactics, and a full pre-season for his new signings

Western Sydney Wanderers trialist Jack Rodwell has been given a glowing endorsement by coach Carl Robinson, saying that the midfielder has been ‘a breath of fresh air’. Despite concerns surrounding the former Everton, Manchester City and Sunderland player’s attitude and…

Mejías and Ogawa could make competitive debuts as Wanderers travel up to the Hunter

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson has confirmed that new foreign signings Tomás Mejías and Keijiro Ogawa are set to feature in the FFA Cup Round of 32 match against NPL side Broadmeadow Magic. “Yes they will be involved in…

How the Western Sydney Wanderers could line up and strengthen in 2021-22

It is difficult to describe the Western Sydney Wanderers 2020-21 season as anything other than a monumental disappointment. The players and manager alike were clear in their ambitions to end the club’s long finals drought and compete for silverware. However,…

“Who’s that kid at the back?”: The story behind Mark Natta’s breakthrough season

This time last year, Mark Natta was a name known only to the most fervent of Wanderers fans.  Part of the club academy since its inception, the young West Sydney native had worked his way through the ranks from the…

Wanderers spoil Reds’ top four hopes as Adelaide limps into finals

With a home final on offer, it was a red-letter day for Adelaide United and the Reds couldn’t get over the line. While Adelaide has now assured itself a top six spot, it was a home final it truly craved…

Western Sydney Wanderers 2020/21 season review

After missing the finals for 3 seasons in a row, following last season’s 9th place finish, Wanderers fans were hoping new manager Carl Robinson could be the man to break the cycle and bring some much needed stability to the…