Melbourne Victory FC News

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Sydney FC call for big A-League SF crowd

Sydney FC chief executive Tony Pignata has called on fans to come out in in force for Saturday's A-League semi-final against Perth, after Melbourne City pulled a paltry crowd to their elimination clash.
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NINE.COM.AU

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Hannibal ‘Hingert’ Lecter to unmask Victory

RELIEVED Roar fullback Jack Hingert will wear a specially designed facial mask when he returns from a fractured cheekbone in Brisbane’s do-or-die A-League semi-final against Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park on Sunday.
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FOXSPORTS.COM.AU

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Troisi wary of travelling Roar in A-League

Melbourne Victory's James Troisi says his side can't afford to think they will have the wood on travel-weary Brisbane, who play in Thailand this week before their A-League semi-final on Sunday night.
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NINE.COM.AU

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Thomas Broich's emotional goodbye to Brisbane Roar supporters

A goal in either half could not separate Brisbane and Western Sydney, as the Roar prevailed 6-5 on penalties. The veteran, Thomas Broich drops a bombshell on Finals eve. Departing Brisbane Roar great Thomas Broich admits he was "nervous like a little schoolboy" leading into what was almost certainly his last A-League match at Suncorp Stadium. Broich played every minute on Friday night as the Roar drew 1-1 with Western Sydney after extra time, then won their penalty shootout to advance to the second week of the finals. It means they will take on Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park next Sunday for a spot in the A-League Grand Final and a shot at a fourth title. They remain...
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ESPNFC.COM.AU

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Melbourne Victory owe Sydney FC an A-League Grand Final defeat - Berisha

A goal in either half could not separate Brisbane and Western Sydney, as the Roar prevailed 6-5 on penalties. Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down all the compelling storylines ahead of the A-League elimination finals. Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha says his club owe Sydney FC an A-League Grand Final defeat after three losses to the Sky Blues this season. Victory will only get the chance to make amends by defeating Brisbane Roar in next Sunday's crunch semifinal at AAMI Park. And even then, Sydney must overcome Melbourne City or Perth Glory on Saturday in their semifinal at Allianz Stadium. But the meeting of first against second is what every neutral wants to see after a season dominated by the two teams...
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ESPNFC.COM

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Victory owe Sydney FC: Berisha

Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha says his club owe Sydney FC an A-League grand final defeat after three losses to the Sky Blues this season.
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NINE.COM.AU

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Young ready to Roar in A-League finals

Jamie Young has paid tribute to injured Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Michael Theo and says he is ready to continue his teammates stellar work between the sticks for the rest of the A-League finals.
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NINE.COM.AU

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Finals first for triumphant John Aloisi and Brisbane Roar

John Aloisi has made it clear Brisbane Roar will prioritise their A-League semi-final against Melbourne Victory on Sunday ahead of their midweek Asian Champions League (ACL) clash. The Roar will be forced to back up a trip to Thailand to face Muangthong United with Sunday’s sudden death semi-final, which they teed up by downing Western […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

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Brisbane Roar get past Western Sydney on penalties

Brisbane Roar Western Sydney Wanderers (6) 1 (5) 1 FT-Pens Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Brisbane Roar will battle Melbourne Victory for a spot in the A-League Grand Final after beating Western Sydney on penalties in an epic elimination final on Friday night. The Roar won the shootout 6-5 with scores locked at 1-1 after 120 minutes, with backup goalkeeper Jamie Young making the winning save to deny Jumpei Kusukami's sudden-death effort at Suncorp Stadium. It was an easy save for Young, who was able to stay on his feet to pluck the spot kick from the Japanese import to spark wild celebrations...
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