Tuesday 15 March 2016

All posts by Roy Hay

The future of Australian football

Australian and British Soccer Weekly, Tuesday  27 February 2007, p. 4 Also published as ‘There’s room for all the football codes’ in, Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 24 February 2007, p. 93 In the aftermath of the extraordinary A-League Grand Final when …

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Victory fans win off the field as well

Published as 'Easy Melbourne Victory in the battle of the signs' in, Geelong Advertiser Tuesday 20 February 2007, p. 38 The Melbourne Victory team won the Grand Final of

Melbourne Victory destroy Adelaide United in superb Grand Final

Published as Five goal Archie destroys United, Geelong Advertiser Monday 19 February 2007, p. 36 The second A-League Grand final will be known as the Archie Thompson show after

Crushing Victory

Geelong Advertiser Monday 19 February 2007, p. 37 ‘IT was an historic occasion which will never be repeated in a Grand Final,’ the Victory’s coach Ernie Merrick said last

Victory faces its final hurdle

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 17 February 2007, p. 58. Having wrapped up the home and away league title and reached the grand final, Melbourne Victory has just one hurdle to

V-League deferred

Geelong Advertiser, Friday 16 February 2007, p. 48. Geelong will have more time to prepare an attempt to join the Football Federation Victoria’s proposed new V-League. Yesterday the FFV

Has Scotland got lessons for England once again?

Geelong Advertiser, Wednesday 14 February 2007, p. 49. So here we go again. Steve McLaren, the manager of the English national team is pilloried for a narrow loss to

Last gasp winner for Melbourne Victory over Adelaide United

Geelong Adelaide, Monday 5 February 2005, p. 00. Melbourne Victory overcame Adelaide United by two-goals to one in a thrilling major semi-final of the A-League at Telstra Dome in

Showdown at the Docklands

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 3 February 2007, p. 92. Melbourne gets its first taste of A-League football finals at Telstra Dome when Melbourne Victory takes on Adelaide United in the

Finishing on top a poisoned chalice

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 27 January 2007, p. 91. Melbourne Victory won the home and away series, or the Minor Premiership, of the A-League by the length of a street

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