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Deluka    324

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*debut v. Sydney F.C. - Sunday January 13, 2013

 

We had a thread for Andrea Pirlo, Carlton Cole and Isaka Cernak but didn't have one for Stefan Mauk so I thought i'd get one cranking. 

I've been really impressed with him when he has come on for us, he has looked very lively and probably should have had a goal last week with that free header in front of goal. I'm hoping we can get a lot of minutes out of him this year, hopefully around 600 minutes form 15ish games. I think he could become a really great player for us, and at the age of only 18, there's no reason why that shouldn't be the case.

 

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japiedog    849

was the free header him or Kalmar ?

 

not sure, yes he looked lively, but showed some "rawness" on the ball

bit of experience and he will, (hpefully) be a good player for us

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Dylan    4,186

was the free header him or Kalmar ?

not sure, yes he looked lively, but showed some "rawness" on the ball

bit of experience and he will, (hpefully) be a good player for us

Kalmar crossed it. But then Kalmar attempted a diving header a little bit after.

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Deluka    324

 

was the free header him or Kalmar ?

not sure, yes he looked lively, but showed some "rawness" on the ball

bit of experience and he will, (hpefully) be a good player for us

Kalmar crossed it. But then Kalmar attempted a diving header a little bit after.

 

Yeah, both Kalmar and Mauk had headers they should've buried

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LR9    2,250

A stand out for the under-22's overnight, in a 1-0 win over Kuwait.

 

Was very creative, hitting the woodwork once before setting up the winner.

 

Good signs.

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Dylan    4,186

going by other a league clubs twitter pages all of their young players starred and played a crucial role in the win :P

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Tesla    8,111

This lad is the most exciting young player we have, he has actual talent unlike some of our other youngsters where it's really just the fans hyping them because up because they are young and near the first team (eg Walker).

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HeartinHobart    740

This lad is the most exciting young player we have, he has actual talent unlike some of our other youngsters where it's really just the fans hyping them because up because they are young and near the first team (eg Walker).

A fair bit of Walker hate Tesla. Last season he was very solid. Teaming up with Garcia he was an attacking threat and solid in defence.

This season though firstly his confidence was shot by Hoffman being first choice. He also wasn't given the same support by an out of form Duganzic. Long term Walker is worth persisting with.

Though I do agree... Stefan Mauk is our team's best long term prospect

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sharpy    1,390

 

This guy has a hot sister.

Usually this would be accompanied by evidence, e.g pictures...

 

I'll second that!

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HeartFc    2,637

This guy has a hot sister.

Usually this would be accompanied by evidence, e.g pictures...

She's on page 43 of sharpys hot chick thread, a mate of mine went to highschool with her.

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Tbitm    358

Look up Kassandra Mauk on Facebook

Just did.

Nothing fappable.

:( she's not bad, but I enjoyed page 43 of sharpys hot chick thread more tbh

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sharpy    1,390

 

Look up Kassandra Mauk on Facebook

Just did.

Nothing fappable.

:(

 

Disagree, she's alright, nothing ridiculous but I reckon she'd get one fapping!

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yampy    69

Poor Stefan, he might be disappointed that there is more talk of his sister on his thread than him. But you're not wrong Jimmy. Much more than 6.5/10 and her boyfriend is putting on that smile.

 

Hoping he (Stefan, not Kassandra's boyfriend) gets plenty of game time for rest of season so we can get a better look at him. Same with Garuccio.

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sharpy    1,390

Her friends are hotter. Check out Dajana Zec :wub:

 

 

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Kassandra Mauk ^^ wins hands down over Dajana Zec (below)

 

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sheepdog    1,373

Look up Kassandra Mauk on Facebook

Just did.

Nothing fappable.

:(

Disagree, she's alright, nothing ridiculous but I reckon she'd get one fapping! Yeh shes hot. No doubt. Was hoping for a few lucky bikini shots to get the little swimmers going.

(Fuck, this thread is pretty bad tbh. Ahhh the beauty of internet anonymity)

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Murfy1    3,170

Regarding the U22 AFC tournament that Australia were knocked out of 2 days ago, Mauk played 90 minutes in the first game against Kuwait, was subbed on for several minutes against Iran in game 2, played 85 minutes against Japan in the third game and was subbed on for 35 min against Saudi Arabia in the quarter-finals. So he pretty much played a lot more football in just over a week with the U22's than he did for half a season at Heart.

 

He also played pretty well IMO. He hit the post from the edge of the box and was instrumental in setting up the winning goal against Kuwait, and he won the penalty to get Australia's only goal against Saudi Arabia. Also, he looked very comfortable on the ball and is a pretty good passer.

 

Hopefully JVS gives Mauk some real chances to show his talents in what remains of our season.

 

 

Where does he fit into the midfield though? Kewell's understudy?

 
Mauk played as the number 10 in every match for the U22 team. So yes, he could be Kewell's understudy and be a good backup creative midfielder. Although if JVS keeps playing the current formation (4-4-2 diamond), Kewell can be one of the front 2, and Mauk can play at the top of the diamond.
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Dylan    4,186

Regarding the U22 AFC tournament that Australia were knocked out of 2 days ago, Mauk played 90 minutes in the first game against Kuwait, was subbed on for several minutes against Iran in game 2, played 85 minutes against Japan in the third game and was subbed on for 35 min against Saudi Arabia in the quarter-finals. So he pretty much played a lot more football in just over a week with the U22's than he did for half a season at Heart.

He also played pretty well IMO. He hit the post from the edge of the box and was instrumental in setting up the winning goal against Kuwait, and he won the penalty to get Australia's only goal against Saudi Arabia. Also, he looked very comfortable on the ball and is a pretty good passer.

Hopefully JVS gives Mauk some real chances to show his talents in what remains of our season.

Where does he fit into the midfield though? Kewell's understudy?

Mauk played as the number 10 in every match for the U22 team. So yes, he could be Kewell's understudy and be a good backup creative midfielder. Although if JVS keeps playing the current formation (4-4-2 diamond), Kewell can be one of the front 2, and Mauk can play at the top of the diamond.

Think jvs is pretty keen to have them back, mentioned I think last week. So seems like mauk and vranks may feature more

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Melburnian    1,002

Thanks for the update on his recent performances Murfy1.

Mauk has been probably the most talented kid I have seen come through our club. In terms of technical ability anyway. He's of the new age type of player that wants the ball and wants to control.

He's still very green but right now as we go through a defunct season, it would be beneficial to get rid of that green by playing him extensively and giving him experience over the next 12 weeks. If we can give him 720 minutes over that period it would give him the experience needed to take into next season.

We have a good one here, very young, but nurture him he could be the surprise packet next season.

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Tbitm    358

Regarding the U22 AFC tournament that Australia were knocked out of 2 days ago, Mauk played 90 minutes in the first game against Kuwait, was subbed on for several minutes against Iran in game 2, played 85 minutes against Japan in the third game and was subbed on for 35 min against Saudi Arabia in the quarter-finals. So he pretty much played a lot more football in just over a week with the U22's than he did for half a season at Heart.

 

He also played pretty well IMO. He hit the post from the edge of the box and was instrumental in setting up the winning goal against Kuwait, and he won the penalty to get Australia's only goal against Saudi Arabia. Also, he looked very comfortable on the ball and is a pretty good passer.

 

Hopefully JVS gives Mauk some real chances to show his talents in what remains of our season.

 

 

Where does he fit into the midfield though? Kewell's understudy?

 

Mauk played as the number 10 in every match for the U22 team. So yes, he could be Kewell's understudy and be a good backup creative midfielder. Although if JVS keeps playing the current formation (4-4-2 diamond), Kewell can be one of the front 2, and Mauk can play at the top of the diamond.

way to go off topic.....

But yeah he played well in the U22's

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Caddy    195

Adelaide's goal was his fault. Didn't mark his man and didn't chase afterwards. 

He was at best 5% at fault. Redders should have easily cleared the ball,

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Adelaide's goal was his fault. Didn't mark his man and didn't chase afterwards. 

He was at best 5% at fault. Redders should have easily cleared the ball,

 

Yes Redders should have come out but Mauk just let him run. You can tell by Kisnorbo's reaction afterwards that he knew Mauk should have done more. 

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jw1739    7,190

I didn't see it, but as always the question of bench management comes to mind. Bringing on a young player - our youngest player - just returned from overseas, in the 88th minute when we're trying to hold a 2-1 lead. Hmm??

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