Tuesday 15 March 2016

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Perth fight back stuns Victory

Melbourne Victory 2 Perth Glory 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory got the advantage of some curious refereeing decisions but gave away a two goal lead and a one man advantage to draw once again, this time to Perth Glory. There …

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New biography of Sir Stanley Matthews

Stanley Matthews Roy Hay English author Jon Henderson is writing a new biography of (Sir) Stanley Matthews. He is seeking information about Matthews visits to Australia subsequent to his first


Keeping the score

[caption id="attachment_1494" align="aligncenter" width="210" caption="Keeping the score"][/caption] This article appeared in Goal Weekly on Friday,11 November 2011, p. 19. It was inspired by Vin Maskell whose website www.scoreboardpressure.com

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Heart break through for first win over Jets

Melbourne Heart 3 Newcastle Jets 0 Roy Hay Heart went seeking its first win of the season at home to Newcastle Jets on Saturday night at AAMI Park. After an even

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Moral victory for nine men of Melbourne

Melbourne Victory 2 Brisbane Roar 2 Roy Hay The highly awaited clash between the runaway league leader Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory ended in a two-all draw at Etihad Stadium

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Heartbreak for Hearts as Sydney draw

Melbourne Heart 1 Sydney FC 1 Roy Hay It was heartbreak of the Heart at AAMI Park on Saturday night when the home team thought they had the match won


Commemorating Tom Wills?

The Tom Wills saga Roy Hay Published in the Geelong Advertiser, 20 October 2011, p. 40. The campaign for the recognition of Tom Wills by a memorial or statue in Geelong


The Macintosh and me: A long love affair

Published in the Geelong Advertiser, 11 October 2011, p. 20 as 'My MacLove affair.' The death of Steve Jobs and the outpouring of interest in the man and his

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Melbourne derby ends in stalemate

Melbourne Victory 0 Melbourne Heart 0 Roy Hay The first Melbourne derby of the 2011-12 season ended in a scoreless draw. For the third match in succession Melbourne Victory failed to

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Glory too good for heartless Heart

Melbourne Heart 1 Perth Glory 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart’s first home game against Perth Glory ended in a disappointing two-one defeat. Simon Colosimo did not come up and Brendan Hammill

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