Good afternoon. Another late match preview this week but once again, I needed that sleep in. Anyways, we face Central Coast tonight in another good test as they sit on top of the table on goal difference. This is always an entertaining fixture with plenty of goals so we should see a good game. The
Good morning. It's been a couple of weeks since my last post soapologiesfor that. I'm sure you didn't miss it too much anyway, especially considering last weeks result. So, an important match for us tonight as Brisbane Roar come to town. With both teams coming off a loss we should see a very attacking game.
Last night's 2-2 draw with Central Coast evoked many feelings for me. In the lead up to the game I was excited and optimistic. Then I saw the starting eleven and Archie had been ruled out at the last minute due to illness Nabbout his replacement with Youth player Chris Cristaldo coming onto the
Good evening and welcome to another late edition of the blog. On this warm Melbourne day I hope you're relaxing with a nice cold beverage or two. I'mcertainlyenjoying my lemon ice tea, but I'mdefinitelynot far away from a few ciders. Well, it was a good win last night over Perth as we extended our unbeaten
I know I've said it a few times now, along with everyone in the media, but it's true. The sign of a good team is one that can grind out results and get it done against the odds. Melbourne Victory are now one of those teams and you only need to look at last night's
Good afternoon Victory fans. These match previews are getting later and later every week, aren't they? Well, a little history will be made tonight as we make our first trip to Parramatta Stadium for our first ever match against Western Sydney. There's been speculation all week about whether or not Gui Finkler will be fit
Well, it's game day once again and the team head to Newcastle to take on the Jets tonight in what is always a tough away trip. We haven't had the best luck at Hunter Stadium, especially in the last couple of years so it should be an interesting game. Off the back of the Adelaide
Good afternoon. A slightly later match preview this week but nevertheless, I'm here now to look ahead to tonight's game and it's an important one. Melbourne will be looking to continue on from that solid attacking display last weekend and Sydney FC will want to bounce back after a humiliating defeat.
Well, it's been a while since I've felt this good about a Melbourne Victoryperformance. For the first 60-70 minutes at least, it was some of the best football I've ever seen from this club. Right from kickoff we dominated possession and moved the ball around superbly. Our movement off the ball was intelligent and the
I mentioned on the blog yesterday and then again on Twitter last night that in recent times, Melbourne Victory has struggled to turn up for the big games. For much of the first half against Sydney, that trend looked to continue. Then came the turnaround. Thirty minutes into the game and things were looking rather
Good afternoon. I said on Twitter before the game last night that I wasn't feeling very confident about facing Newcastle. Turns out my gut feeling was right. When I asked people for their score predictions the feedback was mixed but themajorityof responses were positive with many believing we could come home with three points.
A very good morning to you, wherever you are today. Perhaps you're stuck at work, or like me you're at home, lucky enough to be enjoying a long weekend. Whatever it may be, grab a coffee, or tea or....dare I say, an icy cold alcoholic beverage (depending on the time of day you're reading this),
Following the biggest loss in Melbourne Victory's history, the last thing I want to be doing right now is writing about it, to be perfectly honest with you. But, there's no point in shying away from it so here goes. I'm not going to dwell on the specifics of the match. We all saw it
Melbourne Victory striker Danny Allsopp has today announced his retirement, effective immediately. Allsopp made 118 appearances during his Melbourne Victory career, scoring 42 goals in the process. Allsopp joined the club in it'sinauguralseason, and helped the Victory secure two Hyundai A-League Premiership/Championship doubles and was twice awarded the player of the season award, the Victory
Melbourne Victory have announced the signing of Australian goalkeeper Nathan Coe on a three-year deal.The 28 year-old was presented to the media at his new AAMI Park home this morning, before joining his Victory teammates for his first training session. Melbourne Victory Coach Ange Postecoglou said Coe's addition to the squad was of great significance: