Sunday 13 March 2016

All posts tagged Melbourne Victory

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Victory season washed away by Jets

Melbourne Victory 1 Newcastle Jets 3 Roy Hay On a night of pouring rain in Melbourne, Victory’s season was washed away by Newcastle Jets by three goals to one at AAMI Park on Saturday. Statistically it is still possible for …

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Victory knock off league leaders for first win under Magilton

Melbourne Victory 2 Central Coast Mariners 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory recorded its first win under Jim Magilton as coach, knocking off league leader Central Coast Mariners by two goals

Franjic Balaj Rojas

Heart versus Victory ends in stalemate

Melbourne Heart 0 Melbourne Victory 0 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart and Melbourne Victory played out a scoreless draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night in front of 26,395 noisy and

Kewell and Emerton.

Victory held after another second half fade out

Melbourne Victory 2 Sydney FC 2 Roy Hay [caption id="attachment_1648" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Australia Day at AAMI"][/caption] Melbourne Victory were held to two-all draw by Sydney FC in the strangest of


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"

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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

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

Beckham and Kewell

Coming to terms with celebrity

Coming to terms with celebrity Roy Hay This article appeared in Goal Weekly, 9 December 2011, p. 2, and the Geelong Advertiser, 10 December 2011, p. 42 as 'Striking Difference.' [caption

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Victory and Adelaide draw

Melbourne Victory 1 Adelaide United 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United played out a one-all draw at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night and though there was some fairly

Galaxy line-up

Galaxy win on penalties

Melbourne Victory 2 Los Angeles Galaxy 2 (Galaxy 4-3 on penalties) Roy Hay Friendly tour matches, even with a sponsor’s trophy, are always more about entertaining occasional fans than satisfying

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