Sunday 13 March 2016

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Invitation to launch of A History of Football in Australia

You are invited to attend the launch of Roy Hay and Bill Murray, A History of Football in Australia: A Game of Two Halves, Hardie Grant, Melbourne, 2014 at the Alfred Deakin Research Institute in Deakin University’s Waterfront campus in …

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Bibliography to accompany A History of Football in Australia

A bibliography of Australian football The following list of books, articles, chapters, reports and other material relating to football in Australia was compiled by Roy Hay, Bill Murray,


Weary Victory win at the death

Weary Victory win at the death Roy Hay A leg weary Melbourne Victory conjured up another goal in injury time—this time the winner against Sydney FC in the A-League Elimination

Mark Milligan and Kevin Muscat had vital roles in the triumph over Guangzhou

Victory and Muscat triumph over champions and Lippi

Melbourne Victory 2 Guangzhou Evergrande 0 Roy Hay In what must be one of the sweetest victories of his fledgling coaching career, Kevin Muscat masterminded a two-nil win over the

Kewell exhorts

Kewell farewell but no result for Heart

Melbourne Heart 2 Western Sydney Wanderers 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart could not give skipper Harry Kewell a winning end to his career after going down by three goals to

James Troisi prepares an overhead effort following a Victory corner kick.

Victory and Sydney cancel each other out

Melbourne Victory 1 Sydney FC 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC cancelled each other out in a one-all draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night. Both sides would

bookends of two careers. Harry Kewell of Victory and Brett Emerton of Sydney FC

Harry Kewell: Star Quality

Harry Kewell: Star quality Roy Hay Harry Kewell is bringing down the curtain on a stellar career at the end of the current A-League season. It is a pity that

Goalscorer Orlando Engelaar about to launch the ball forward for Heart

Heart capitulate to leg-weary Mariners

Melbourne Heart 1 Central Coast Mariners 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart threw away a chance to close the gap on the teams above them when they conceded two second half

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The Extraordinary ANZAC Day March in Melbourne, 1921

The Extraordinary ANZAC Day March in Melbourne, 1921 Edward W Humphreys Published by Sports and Editorial Services Australia, March 2014 The spectacular Anzac Day March in Melbourne in 1921 almost did

Mass defence as Rahsid Mahazi, Jason Geria and Leigh Broxham jockey

Victory post first ACL win over Yokahama

Melbourne Victory 1 Yokohama Marinos 0 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory took an early lead and withstood a barrage from Yokohama Marinos to win by that single goal scored by Kosta

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