Zwaanswijk wrote Saturday night, following their defeat to Wanderers: I once coached this proud and fantastically supported club, and because of 2 people in the comments, Im no longer there. Unfortunately, there is no club identity other than the amazing supporters. I wish you all success and luck for the season.
Zwaanswijk & Heffernan played together with the Central Coast Mariners. Heffernan, on the other hand, played nine games for The Wanderers at the conclusion of his professional career.
Tsatsimas declined comments on behalf of Wanderers, while Lederer did no return calls. Herald.
Robinson, who was given full control of the Wanderers’ football department after he controversially quit the Newcastle Jets to join them, stated on Saturday night that he felt that his players were not taking chances on goal.
He said that we took too many chances, especially in first half, to shoot and searched for the perfect goal. You won’t find the perfect goal if you wait. Its ricochets and rebounds, its touches. We are facing so many small things that aren’t going our way at the moment, and we need to accept them.
Only Melbourne City has taken more shots at goal than the Wanderers in A-League Men. Sources claim that Robinson’s patience is waning internally and that his removal seems to be only a matter of time.
The Wanderers have not reached the A-League Men finals for five seasons. They have only one win in five games this term and an embarrassing loss against APIA Leichhardt at the FFA Cup. They are still winless in the A-League Women after their first three games.
Since 2012, when the Wanderers were established, Tsatsimas was the club’s chief executive. Tsatsimas has been the Wanderers’ chief executive since 2012.