Tuesday 15 March 2016

All posts by Roy Hay

NSW Under-15s 1994

Is this as good as it gets?

The NSW under-15s won the 1994 national championships at Kim Reserve, Altona, with a team which included Harry Kewell and Brett Emerton (front row, far right), both destined to become Socceroos. Also in that side were Michael Cunico, later playing …

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Heart so near but draw with Mariners is not enough

Melbourne Heart and Central Coast Mariners draw one-all By Roy Hay Melbourne Heart needed a win over Central Coast Mariners to keep its hopes of a finals position in its

the good side of Kevin Muscat, creative play from the back

Questions of leadership at Melbourne Victory

Melbourne Victory and leadership By Roy Hay In all the outpouring of criticism of Kevin Muscat for his violent assault on Adrian Zahra during the Melbourne derby there has been

Fifteen of the twenty-two players in this incident

Finals beckon as Victory downs Jets

Melbourne Victory keeps up winning run over Newcastle Jets By Roy Hay Melbourne Victory took on Newcastle Jets in a match critical to both teams’ finals ambitions at Etihad Stadium


Victory muscle their way to win over Gold Coast

Melbourne Victory 2 Gold Coast United 0 By Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_1095" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Diogo Ferreira keeps the ball in play to start another Victory attack"][/caption] Melbourne Victory muscled their


Third Melbourne derby ends in draw

Melbourne Victory 2 Melbourne Heart 2 By Roy Hay Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart shared the points in a two-all draw in the third A-League match between the teams in

Gerald Sibon (9) about to release Wayne Shroj for Melbourne Heart

Heart and Gold Coast share points

Melbourne Heart 1 Gold Coast United 1 By Roy Hay Melbourne Heart and Gold Coast United shared the points in a one-all draw at AAMI Park on Wednesday night in

Diamonds down Wolves in champion’s league final

Western Wolves 0 North East Diamonds 3 (Pasquale VIZZARI 52’ 82’, Anthony RAMZY 90 + 5’) By Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_1076" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="North East Diamonds celebrate their win"][/caption] The

George Wallace, 1926–2011

George Wallace, 5 August 1926–11 January 2011. Roy Hay George Wallace served in the British army in the 1940s and again in the 1960s rising to become chief clerk to

Adelaide fans 9.1.11

Adelaide end Victory drought in style

Melbourne Victory 1 Adelaide United 4 By Roy Hay Melbourne Victory was comprehensively defeated by Adelaide United at AAMI Park by four goals to one on Sunday night. This broke a

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