Melbourne Victory FC News

3 days ago

Seoul prove too good for Victory

Melbourne Victory suffered their first Asian Champions League defeat under Carlos Salvachua, losing to K League 1 side FC Seoul 1-0.
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4 days ago

Victory primed for Seoul clash

Victory primed for Seoul clash

Melbourne Victory will look to build on their promising start to their Asian Champions League campaign when they face FC Seoul in South Korea on Tuesday night.
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FTBL.COM.AU

5 days ago

What happened? A-League Round 19

In Round 19, there were only four games as Melbourne Victory, Perth Glory and Sydney FC had the bye. This round is indicative of why there is no difference in standard between the top and bottom teams on the A-League ladder with the Newcastle Jets and the Central Coast Mariners performing admirably, despite being last […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

8 days ago

How Melbourne City mummified Melbourne Victory’s attack

On Friday night the third and final Melbourne derby was played out, with the game ending 2-1 to Melbourne City. Both teams struggled to create chances and there were only four shots on target in total, with three of those four being goals. There were also only four ‘big chances’ during the match. For Melbourne […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

9 days ago

A-League Round 18 wrap-up

Here is all the action summed up from Round 18 of the A-League. Melbourne City 2-1 Melbourne Victory With their season looking over, the Victory were playing for pride in the derby against Melbourne City. It was the Citizens who got off to the better start with Florin Berenguer striking in the eighth minute to […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

10 days ago

Three Things We Learnt: Victory v Chiangrai United

Three Things We Learnt: Victory v Chiangrai United

Melbourne Victory secured a vital three points in their opening Asian Champions League fixture against Thai side Chiangrai United on Tuesday night, but their performance in the 1-0 win has left a lot to be desired.
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