Senior Men 2013
James Bell (Jimmy) - Coach
As a coach ticks all the right boxes... honest, tactical, technical, motivational, a team player, does the extra hard yards with work around the club, but just when you think he’s the complete package, he says he goes for ‘The Arsenal’... really no where to go after that.
Sponsor: Cafe Grove Wodonga
Alex Vaskovic - Assistant Coach
Another great WDFC player and Dream Team member. WDFC best and fairest winner and multiple WDFC/AWFA top goal scorer awards. Alex’s experience and knowledge on how to get around any defence and score makes him a valuable asset to the WDFC coaching team.
Jesse Stephens (J-Dizzle) #26
Mr Innocent, till you get tackled by him, solid in his performance's always willing to move forward but never fears his defensive duties, brains of the team as he is an Arsenal Fan.
Ben Whitehead (Whitey) #4
Strong minded, strong willed, strong tackler, one of the enforcer's of the team, opposition that get stuck with him marking them might as well take an early shower as their game is over.
Sponsor: Pugsy (Peter Gvozdenovic)
Brett Delphin (Hippo) #2
The #1 Enforcer, he is the Berlin Wall of Diamonds defence, has a fantastic header on those broad shoulders, and always finds space when we play out from the back. Since becoming a coach his football intelligence has improved immensely, he is a lot smarter than he looks.
Brendon Hasler (Breno) #33
One of the best soldiers in the team, has an extremely high work rate, very versatile, he is the new man in the leadership team and if he keeps progressing and maturing like he has, nothing will stop this lad to becoming a great leader. Kind of player you don't want to play against and always want him in your side.
Sponsor: Think Water Albury
Jedd Gvozdenovic (Twitch) #12
The playmaker, great touch, awesome vision, can cut defence's apart with his passing skills, has fantastic timing, and is a bugger to knock him of the ball. He understands the philosophy of the game even if he doesn't realise it yet at such a young age.
Sponsor: Pugsy (Peter Gvozdenovic)
Paul Brunec (Nackers) #8
The Brunec dynasty continues, quick feet, great skill, not afraid to take on opposition players, good work ethic, word on the street (Facebook) is every time we get a victory, he is buying the head coach dinner... Good job the head coach doesn't listen to everyone else and thinks he is a good bloke.
Sponsor: PKD Plumbing
Mason Nhansana (Nhany) #10
You will not see a worse haircut in the changing rooms as Masons, but he does have an amazing work rate on the pitch, hard in the tackles and not scared to move forward as well as finding space to support his team mates.
Jesse Marcuzzi (Spud) #28
Great in the air, solid in the back line, understands how to play out of the back line to set up the next attack, he plays as hard as he trains, other players could take a leaf out of his book in how to train.
Tom Morrison (Egg)
The smiling assassin - knows where and how to hit the back of the net, he is on a learning curve that is going to take his potential to great heights, good example to the youth players of the club on how you can progress into the senior side by having a willingness to learn.
Sponsor: Traders Allied
Dylan Gavel #6
Quick feet, loves to take players on, and a nightmare to play against in one on one situations, kinda player that will take on the whole opposition, and for fun will turn around and beat them all again. Has the potential to be a senior player for a long time if he stays on track.