Tuesday 15 March 2016

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Kewell and Emerton.

Victory held after another second half fade out

Melbourne Victory 2 Sydney FC 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory were held to two-all draw by Sydney FC in the strangest of games at AAMI Park on Australia Day. With a minute to play in the first half which Sydney …

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Thhompson, Nicholls, Terra, Franjic

Heart match Roar

Melbourne Heart 1 Brisbane Roar 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart once again matched a top-ranked opponent in Brisbane Roar and thoroughly deserved the point it took from a one-all draw

Behich Terra.

Daylight robbery at AAMI as Mariners steal the points

Melbourne Heart 0 Central Coast Mariners 1 Roy Hay In an act of grand larceny Central Coast Mariners stole the points with a last minute goal after Melbourne Heart had

Eli Babalj

Glory too good for Heart in Bolton’s 453rd game

Melbourne Heart 1 Perth Glory 2 Roy Hay Perth Glory was good value for its two-one away win over Melbourne Heart at AAMI Park on Sunday afternoon. Kristian Sarkies started for


Victory and Adelaide share the points

Melbourne Victory 1 Adelaide United 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Vicotry and Adelaide United renewed their long running rivalry for the Muscat-Kosmina Cup in addition to the A-League points. [caption id="attachment_1622" align="aligncenter"

Vargas, Brebner Franjic, Haliti

Victory win narrowly for Muscat and welcome new coach

Melbourne Victory 2 Newcastle Jets 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory gave newly appointed head coach Jim Magilton a welcome present with a hard-fought two-one win over Newcastle Jets courtesy of

Mate Dugandzic Vidosic

Adelaide bring Heart run to an end

Melbourne Heart 1 Adelaide United 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart’s winning streak came to an abrupt halt when Adelaide United scored a three-one win at AAMI Park in front of

Perkiins with Ampol Cup at Croatia

Charles Perkins: footballer, activist, administrator

Charles Perkins: Footballer, activist, administrator Roy Hay (This article appeared in Goal Weekly on 23 December 2011, p. 19.) Charles Perkins was a pioneering figure in the recognition of the Aboriginal

Colin, Ailsa and Ross

Our first summer in Australia

Our first summer in Australia Roy Hay (A shortened version of this article appeared as 'That's quite a lot for a Scot to deal with,' in the Geelong Advertiser, 30

Leijer Smith

Victory overrun Phoenix

Melbourne Victory 3 Wellington Phoenix 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory finally got the result its coach and players had been seeking in front of  14.023 fans at AAMI Park on

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