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Curse of the cup

 

Lynwood Socials have never won a cup game at home, ever. The last time a home cup game was played was back in 2014 where Lynwood came second best against division 1 side, Shamrock Rovers. 

The odds are against Lynwood United this Sunday as they look to test themselves against a higher division and will be without key players, Calkin, Hornsby and Tony. However, Bararuhanya has put his hand up to be the man between the sticks and Phillips has been recalled after a good performance in the first round of the cup.

Tony, one of this year’s new signing has made a major impact for the team as he has scored 11 goals in 6 games. He has missed the last two games and was set to return to the line up but since he is flying out the next day he has pulled out incase of an injury. As Tony leaves his mark, His brother, Tommy, is ready to take over and fill the void his brother is about to leave.

Will Quy be able to lift the curse? or will Lynwood United fall short and receive their first defeat of the season? 

Lynwood United Remain Unbeaten

Trauma of the 7-1 against Germany has not just destroyed the hopes and dreams of their national team but their West Australian club, Br0zzy SC, who sit bottom of Metro Div 2.

Even though Br0zzy SC sit bottom with no win to their name, Coach Quy knew not to take them lightly.

“Brazilian Boys, skilful individuals but tell me, is there an I in Team? You can see why they haven’t claimed three points yet. Just need to stand these boys up and not dive in. Simple.” Said Quy on Lynwoodunitedfc.com

Lynwood United had majority of the possession during the first half. Taking their time, waiting for Br0zzy to lapse that bit of concentration like a lion stalking a gazelle. Br0zzy’s back four were strong but reckless and gave Lynwood a shot at opening up the deadlock through a late tackle inside the box. Sahin stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way. Lynwood 1-0.

Higgins and Wain, Lynwood’s two towering centre backs made sure nothing was getting past them but when the odd ball did get through, Austrian shot stopper, Hornsby, dealt with ease. Saving a crucial 1 on 1 to keep the score 1-0 to Lynwood at half time.

Crosses were constantly whipped in from both sides but Br0zzy’s keeper was in fine form but after cross after cross one was bound to slip through. Hew whipped in a perfect ball to the back post and Tommy Ton, fresh from a 2 day bender, popped up and headed home. Lynwood extended their lead.

With 25 minutes left on the clock, Lynwood couldn’t seem to find the back of the net but this didn’t phase them as they stayed in controlled. Br0zzy’s keeper pulled off the save of the season so far when Sieber smashed a volley that was stronger than Sieber himself on pre workout bicep curling 475kgs.

No fresh subs and Calkin needing to come off because of an injury, Coach Quy, kitted up and took the field. Hew delivering another cross hit London on the chest who finished cooly to end his drought. Not long after, London threatened the Brazilians down the right wing beating two then cutting it back to Quy who finished to open his account for the season.

Lynwood 4, Brozzy 0 of the 7-1 against Germany has not just destroyed the hopes and dreams of their national team but their West Australian club, Br0zzy SC, who sit bottom of Metro Div 2.

Even though Br0zzy SC sit bottom with no win to their name, Coach Quy knew not to take them lightly.

“Brazilian Boys, skilful individuals but tell me, is there an I in Team? You can see why they haven’t claimed three points yet. Just need to stand these boys up and not dive in. Simple.” Said Quy on Lynwoodunitedfc.com

Lynwood United had majority of the possession during the first half. Taking their time, waiting for Br0zzy to lapse that bit of concentration like a lion stalking a gazelle. Br0zzy’s back four were strong but reckless and gave Lynwood a shot at opening up the deadlock through a late tackle inside the box. Sahin stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way. Lynwood 1-0.

Higgins and Wain, Lynwood’s two towering centre backs made sure nothing was getting past them but when the odd ball did get through, Austrian shot stopper, Hornsby, dealt with ease. Saving a crucial 1 on 1 to keep the score 1-0 to Lynwood at half time.

Crosses were constantly whipped in from both sides but Br0zzy’s keeper was in fine form but after cross after cross one was bound to slip through. Hew whipped in a perfect ball to the back post and Tommy Ton, fresh from a 2 day bender, popped up and headed home. Lynwood extended their lead.

With 25 minutes left on the clock, Lynwood couldn’t seem to find the back of the net but this didn’t phase them as they stayed in controlled. Br0zzy’s keeper pulled off the save of the season so far when Sieber smashed a volley that was stronger than Sieber himself on pre workout bicep curling 475kgs.

No fresh subs and Calkin needing to come off because of an injury, Coach Quy, kitted up and took the field. Hew delivering another cross hit London on the chest who finished cooly to end his drought. Not long after, London threatened the Brazilians down the right wing beating two then cutting it back to Quy who finished to open his account for the season.

Lynwood 4, Brozzy 0

Match report Socials V Curtin

Socialona dominate Curtin Nerds

Rivalry between Lynwood and Curtin started in 2011 and has continued on in their first meet up of the 2017 campaign.

Curtin Uni decked out in orange and Lynwood in yellow caused a bit of controversy as Curtin Uni’s Captain complained about the similar playing strip.

Quickwit from Coach Quy, he responded with, “Get over it fuckhead. It’s two different colours, if the girls can play like this then what’s the problem?”

Referee Gary, didn’t like the response and told us to change strips, however, Lynwood didn’t have one and he ended up giving in and started the match. Lynwood 1, Curtin 0.

The game started like any other, Sexy Footy and Friendly Banter. Curtin were caught running after the ball as Lynwood dominated possession. With the midfield three of Higgins, Hew and Iscel, the Socialona Triangle was unstoppable. Lynwood broke the deadlock through Summer Signing, Tony Ton, who showed his worth and experience as he asked the keeper what sauce he’d like as he fed him a delightful chip.

Tony doubled his tally shortly after with a smooth turn and shoot. Curtin’s captain wasn’t happy and complained that it was because of a clash of kits and tried to persuade the ref to forfeit the game but the ref ignored his crying.

Just before half time Curtin were awarded a free kick. Hitting the left post and coming back into play, Lynwood players failed to follow in and Hornsby managed a brilliant double save but couldn’t keep out the third. 2-1 half time.

Second half kicked off and Lynwood turned on the oven, completing 24 passes before London outpaced their back four and rounded the keeper. Curtin were not happy and starting going in late on the Lynwood players which only made their desire to spank such naughty boys even greater.

Refreshed from his break Tony Ton came back on and caused mayhem as he scored another two, taking his goal tally to 6 goals in 3 games. Lynwood continued to make their opposition work as they simply kept the ball as if it was a Tuesday night at Hossack Reserve. This caused a lot of frustration which led to Curtin’s winger to lash out at London. Not happy with the challenge, London stood up pushed the Curtin player and traded insults which led to a double send off.

Shocked at the decision Lynwood continued to toyed with their opponents until the final whistle.

Lynwood United 5 – 1 Curtin Uni
T Ton x 4
M London x 1

Yellow: L.Latter
Red: M. London

Grill’d Vic Park MOTM Pete with his Award

Fresh sand pits on the pitch, Garreth being a hour late, Michael having his pre game shit, if this doesn’t scream Football Is Back… I don’t know what does…

 Lynwood United took on former amateur side, Sutherlands Park, who have dominated the lower social leagues. However Lynwood are eager to add onto their current record of 19 unbeaten games at home since 2014 and continue to make Hossack Reserve a fortress.

 The social boys stuck to their game play of sexy footy and friendly banter which saw them score two quick goals in the first 15 minutes. A cool finish from 17 year old youngster, Tommy Ton, and an acrobatic bicycle from older brother, Tony Ton.

 Sutherlands tried to penetrate Lynwood’s goal but with the strong bond of back four, Calkin, Latter, Wain and Karacan, they formed a latex wall and stopped anything cumming their way. Sutherlands main threat came from Former Lynwood First Teamer, Jamie Cornell, but with every shot on goal Pete, the Austrian shot stopper, denied everything coming at him.

 With 5 minutes to go, Coach Quy subbed himself on upfront to help produce the final goal of the game from a calm 1 on 1 finish by London. With no goals in the second half until the substitution it was an obvious game changer.

 Great start by the boys as they added onto their unbeaten run and claimed three points.

New look socials ready for action

 

Coach Dean from Bao from Lynwood Socials looking focused ahead of tomorrows big game

Lynwood United Socials kick off their campaign against Huntingdale side, Sutherlands Park, at Hossack Reserve tomorrow afternoon.

After winning the Division Three title last year, Coach Quy Dean Bao has lost 11 players from last year’s squad due to work and study commitments. However he is confident in bringing in three points in their season opener.

“Last season more than half our team weren’t even 21 yet but we managed to snap up the league with our style of sexy footy and friendly banter. This year we lost all our youth but gained men with experience. I’ve even decided to sign on this year. Unfair I know, but when you are as class on grass as me, the boys begin to beg you to strap on the boots again.” Quy told lynwoodunitedfc.com

Quy has managed to bring in Gosnells City Striker, Tony Ton and Queens Park’s Midfield Maestro, Kevin “king” Higgins in his rebuilding process, adding a lot of experience in his squad.

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