With the love of food and all things ethnic, it’s no surprise Josep Gombau has accepted the Managerial position at the Western Sydney Wanderers.
After spending 2 years in Adelaide, the City of Churches and Wineries, Josep made the decision to leave in order to be closer to his family. Unknown to all, it seems his family originates from the western suburbs of Sydney. Of course, it all makes sense now. The culture, the nightlife, the strong footballing culture and the high crime remind him of his home in Spain.
It is understood Josep was lured in by the attractive Tiki Taka football the Wanderers play ‘I just love watching the ball go back and forth, side to side’ Josep explained, a philosophy in which many ladies in Western Sydney also agree with. Josep continued to speak about his recent health kick resulting in an amazing weight loss. Ever since the speculation around Tony Popovic’s job, Josep knew there was no room in the A-League for another hefty bloke. Josep commented on his weight loss ‘I heard about these new signings Popa was looking at and I understood there is a new standard at the Wanderers.’ Now with Oriel Riera and Alvaro Cejudo penetrating into the final third, it is believed female membership sales have sky rocketed.
Sources close to us have informed of the Contractual obligations agreed upon. We are to believe the new Wanderland Stadium will include a running track included in the coaches box. Equipped with state of the art technology in order to track and evaluate Gombau’s celebration runs. ‘It is extremely important I set a standard for the team’ Gombau explained in his Press Conference this morning ‘I expect each player on that pitch to perform to their best capabilities, I must do the same as a positive role model’.
As his first order of business, Josep will lodge an application to finally make the City of Parramatta separate from the rest of Australia, as per the Catalans have done recently. Given logistically this makes no sense at all, we believe the rest of Australia have absolutely no problem with this.