Sunday 13 March 2016

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Ayr United player and Australian visitor retires

Former Ayr United player and Australian visitor retires Roy Hay Quite a surprise at the amount of media coverage of the retirement of a former Ayr United player given that he hasn’t turned out for the club since 1974. Also …

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Luis Suarez with Australian Flag lr

Does the punishment fit the crime? Sanctions in soccer

Does the punishment fit the crime?: Sanctions in Association football Roy Hay Uruguayan national team and Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is in the news because he has been banned for

Liverpool launch

Liverpool game launched

Liverpool game launched Roy Hay Three years in the making the first visit by Liverpool to Australia was launched at a ceremony at the MCG yesterday. As part of its

Aus Under-16s 1985

The last Blast

George Jolevski Roy Hay (This was my last Blast from the Past column for Goal Weekly and it will appear in the Goal Weekly annual for 2013 which will be

Celeski Milligan

Victory at the death against unlucky Glory

Melbourne Victory 2 Perth Glory 1 (after extra time) Roy Hay After being on the back-foot for much of the ninety minutes, Melbourne Victory got a last gasp penalty kick

Eight men of Oman stop the Aussies

Australia stagger to draw with Oman

Australia 2 Oman 2 Roy Hay Australia squeaked out of its home game against Oman with a two-all draw after going behind in the sixth minute and further behind as

Action in the Wanderers' goalmouth

Wanderers close to title after defeating Heart

Melbourne Heart 1 Western Sydney Wanderers 3 Roy Hay Western Sydney Wanderers are within touching distance of the A-League title after a three-one away win over Melbourne Heart at a

Tadic Barker-Daish

Heart overcome by workmanlike Adelaide

Melbourne Heart 0 Adelaide United 2 Roy Hay After an exciting start in which the home team could have scored several goals, Melbourne Heart eventually succumbed to a workmanlike Adelaide

Thompson Broxham

Victory rebounds to crush undermanned Jets

Melbourne Victory 5 Newcastle Jets 0 Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_2120" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Victory fans spell out their views"][/caption] Melbourne Victory bounced back dramatically from last week’s away loss to the

Nick Kalmar v Sydney.

Heart demolish Sydney, del Piero, Neill, Emerton and all

Melbourne Heart 3 Sydney 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart entertained its largest home crowd for a league match of 13,752 (apart from those against cross-town rival Victory), with a thumping

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