Melbourne Victory FC News

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A-League's ACL rivals named

A-League's ACL rivals named

Sydney FC have drawn Japanese Champions Kawasaki Frontale and Chinese Champions Shanghai SIPG in Group H of the AFC Champions League 2019 while Melbourne Victory will face Guangzhou Evergrande and two other clubs still to be determined.
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A-League clubs await Asian Champions League draw

A-League representatives Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory are in Malaysia for the AFC Asian Champions League draw on Thursday, preparing to leave the occasion without a full picture of the continental challenges that await.
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Sydney FC, Victory await Asian draws

A-League representatives Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory are in Malaysia for the Asian Champions League draw on Thursday but are preparing to leave the occasion without a full picture of the continental challenges that await. That’s because the 2019 draw, already as complicated as a Rubik’s Cube, is happening before South Korea, Japan and China […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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A-League TV: Round 4

The Daily Telegraph's Tom Smithies and Emma Kemp look at a big week in football, including a huge Melbourne Victory win, the Matildas hitting back and the Socceroos getting read for a big match-up.
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ADELAIDENOW.COM.AU

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Steve Corica sticks to Sydney FC formula, but will the strategy go stale?

Steve Corica follows a long tradition of A-League assistant coaches stepping up to fill the shoes of a highly successful predecessor. Rado Vidosic followed Ange Postecoglou at Brisbane Roar, Kevin Muscat likewise at Melbourne Victory, while Phill Moss did so after Graham Arnold left the Central Coast Mariners. Interestingly, the common theme of Postecoglou and […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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The A-League needs all the attacking football it can get

Any team that gives the ball away cheaply to Keisuke Honda is not going to win too many A-League games against Melbourne Victory this season. One of the more notable aspects of yesterday’s A-League action was the fact that neither losing coach blamed their team’s loss on anything other than a poor performance. “I think […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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Melbourne Victory thrash Central Coast Mariners to climb up to second

Melbourne Victory Central Coast Mariners 4 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Melbourne Victory delivered a stunning statement of A-League intent, thrashing Central Coast Mariners 4-1 at AAMI Park. The champions were ruthless from the kickoff on Sunday night, with Keisuke Honda, James Troisi and Corey Brown scoring in a vintage first-half display. Mario Shabow's first professional goal gave the Mariners something on an otherwise sorry night, before Josh Hope rounded out the scoring. Mike Mulvey's team were reduced to an amateur outfit in front of 16,508 fans, who also cheered...
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