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Troisi hoping for Socceroos reboot

James Troisi might have been overlooked for Graham Arnold's first Socceroos squads, but the Melbourne Victory attacking midfielder is still hoping he'll be involved Australia's Asian Cup title defence in January.
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A-League 2018-19 preview: Newcastle Jets

The Newcastle Jets had an impressive season last year, finishing as runners-up. Ernie Merrick will look to build upon that surprising finish and go one better. Newcastle Jets Last season’s position: second, 57 goals scored, 37 goals conceded. Finals series: second, lost 1-0 to Melbourne Victory FFA Cup: Round of 32 in 2017, Round of […]
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A-League preview: Melbourne Victory

Last season Melbourne Victory finished fourth and won the grand final after defeating the Newcastle Jets 1-0 after an incorrect offside decision. They did well at attacking with a unit of Leroy George, Besart Berisha, James Troisi and Kosta Barbarouses, but they could have improved at the beginning of the season, losing their first two […]
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It would be awesome to play against Bolt, says Honda

It would be awesome to play against Bolt, says Honda

Melbourne Victory recruit and former Japan star Keisuke Honda is relishing the possibility of facing Usain Bolt in the A-League this season. Sprint king Bolt is in Australia, where the eight-time Olympic champion is on an "indefinite" trial with the Central Coast Mariners as the 32-year-old attempts to fulfill his dream of playing professional football. Bolt made his debut for the Mariners last week, coming off the bench in the team's 6-1 victory over a Central Coast Select XI in Gosford, and Honda is excited about a potential showdown with the Jamaican great. "I didn't know when I signed with Melbourne Victory," Honda told reporters in Phnom Penh, where he is helping Cambodia's national team as general manager. "It would be awesome if I can play against him." Former AC Milan attacker Honda, who joined Victory after representing Japan at the World Cup in Russia, agreed to take on a management role with the Football Federation of Cambodia days on from his move to Melbourne. Away on international duty with Cambodia, the 32-year-old said: "I want to contribute all my experience to the Cambodian national team. "My mission is to change Cambodian soccer right now... but of course that's not easy."  
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Spain's Baena to join Melbourne Victory in A-League

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Spanish midfielder Raul Baena will join Japan's Keisuka Honda and Sweden's Ola Toivonen at the Melbourne Victory to complete their overseas recruitment for the 2018-2019 A-League season.The Victory Monday...
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Melbourne Victory announce signing of Ola Toivonen on two-year deal

Melbourne Victory have pulled off another transfer coup, convincing Swedish striker Ola Toivonen to join the A-League champions. Toivonen has signed a two-year deal with Kevin Muscat's side from French club Toulouse. The 32-year-old will travel to Melbourne in the next fortnight to link up with his new teammates. "Ola brings proven quality to our attack and he will play a big role in leading our forward line this season," Muscat said. "He is exactly the kind of player we wanted to recruit, he is...
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Victory snare world-class Swedish striker for A-League

Melbourne Victory have pulled off a second stunning transfer coup, convincing Swedish striker Ola Toivonen to join the A-League champions. Toivonen is poised to link with Kevin Muscat’s side from French club Toulouse, which announced his departure and destination on Friday. The 32-year-old has made a handshake agreement, passed a preliminary medical and will travel […]
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