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‘We Were Expecting Someone Glamorous’ – New Melbourne City Coach Warren Joyce Receives Excruciatingly Cold Reception From Local Press (Video)

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Melbourne City have a new manager, and that man is Warren Joyce and it would appear that Melbourne City fans aren't overly excited.

Indeed, the former Wigan boss received arather surly 'welcome' from local journalistsafter being unveiled by City on Monday morning.

Come the very first question in his very first press conference, the 52-year-old was confronted with this ice cold passive-aggressivebarb:

Warren, a lot of people were expecting a big name, glamorous, well known manager and you arrived.

Sydney FC ‘Keeper Danny Vukovic Rescues Injured Seagull From Pitch During FFA Cup Final (Video)

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Tim Cahill scored the only goal of the game as Melbourne City beat Sydney FC 1-0 to win the FFA Cup Final, the Aussie equivalent of the FA Cup, on Thursday night.

However, the real action came in the second half when Sydney goalkeeper Danny Vukovic was forced to savetheonly gull of the game (geddit?

Perth Glory

Gamethread: Melbourne City vs. Perth Glory

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Four Seattle Reign players will suit up for the City W-League Grand Final.

This Sunday morning at 12:30 a.m. PT, four Seattle Reign players will be playing in the W-League Grand Final in Australia. A Jess Fishlock goal in the 107th minute helped Melbourne City FC advance to its second straight championship match.

Perth Glory Owner Hints At Asian Teams In ALeague

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Hand on heart, how many Indonesians, Singaporeans, Malaysians, Thais have heard of Perth Glory? Central Coast Mariners? Melbourne City? Not too many I'd wager. Sorry to say this to my fair dinkum Aussie pals, one of whom was supporting Thailand last night at the Rajamangala Stadium as they defeated Myanmar 4-0 in the AFF Suzuki Cup semi final second leg, but my guess is there is little recognition of football down under in the region.

Perth Glory Owner Hints At Asian Teams In ALeague

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Hand on heart, how many Indonesians, Singaporeans, Malaysians, Thais have heard of Perth Glory? Central Coast Mariners? Melbourne City? Not too many I'd wager. Sorry to say this to my fair dinkum Aussie pals, one of whom was supporting Thailand last night at the Rajamangala Stadium as they defeated Myanmar 4-0 in the AFF Suzuki Cup semi final second leg, but my guess is there is little recognition of football down under in the region.

Seattle Reign

Jess Fishlock propels Melbourne City to W-League final

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The Welsh midfielder has a chance to win a championship with a new title: head coach

Seattle Reign midfielder Jess Fishlock is no stranger to winning. The 30-year-old has earned a laundry list of team trophies over the years: two consecutive Eredivisie championships, two W-League regular season and championship titles, Scottish Women's Premier League and Scottish Women's Cup titles, and two consecutive NWSL Shields with Reign FC.

Kim Little put on a clinic to lead Melbourne City to W-League title

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Seattle Reign fans are quite familiar with Kim Little's awesomeness, having watched her turn in MVP-caliber performances in each of her two seasons here. Well, now Australian fans know, too. The Scotland international capped a rather amazing season by leading Melbourne City to a 4-1 win over Sydney FC in Sunday's Championship game.

Melbourne Victory

Australian football star Cahill apologises over bizarre red card

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Sydney (AFP) – Australia’s Tim Cahill has apologised for swearing at a referee after he was bizarrely sent off before he even made it onto the pitch in last week’s explosive Melbourne derby.

The former Everton forward, now with Melbourne City, was about to come on as a substitute when he made his comments to the referee following Melbourne Victory’s controversial winner.

Australian football star Cahill apologises over bizarre red card

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Sydney (AFP) – Australia’s Tim Cahill has apologised for swearing at a referee after he was bizarrely sent off before he even made it onto the pitch in last week’s explosive Melbourne derby.

The former Everton forward, now with Melbourne City, was about to come on as a substitute when he made his comments to the referee following Melbourne Victory’s controversial winner.

A-League: Tim Cahill Shown Red Card Before Setting Foot On Pitch During Melbourne Derby (Video)

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The warm-up was about as close as Tim Cahill got to last night's A-League Melbourne derby after managing the impressive feat of getting himself sent-off before setting foot on the pitch.

About to enter the fray in the 87th minute with his Melbourne City side trailing 2-1 to bitter rivals Victory, Cahill gave the assistant referee anearful and promptly got himself red-carded before the substitution was made.

Sydney FC charge to 11-point lead in A-League football

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Melbourne (AFP) Sydney FC have extended their unbeaten run to 17 matches and opened an 11-point lead at the top of Australia's A-League with a 2-1 win over title rivals Melbourne Victory.

Graham Arnold's Sky Blues came from behind to defeat 10-man Victory for the second time this season to all but seal the A-League premiership with 10 games left to the finals.

Sydney FC charge to 11-point lead in A-League football

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Melbourne (AFP) Sydney FC have extended their unbeaten run to 17 matches and opened an 11-point lead at the top of Australia's A-League with a 2-1 win over title rivals Melbourne Victory.

Graham Arnold's Sky Blues came from behind to defeat 10-man Victory for the second time this season to all but seal the A-League premiership with 10 games left to the finals.

3 To See: Manchester City v Arsenal team news, Melbourne derby and Barcelona’s must win game

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3 To See: Manchester City v Arsenal team news, Melbourne derby and Barcelona’s must win game

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Manchester United considering Melbourne Victory takeover

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English Premier League side Manchester United are considering following in the footsteps of City rivals Manchester City by completing a takeover of Melbourne Victory similar to City's acquisition of Melbourne City (also know as Melbourne Heart) last year according to Australian site 3AW.

The three-time European Champions view the potential acquisition of the Victory as an opportunity to match City's success with the purchase of crosstown rivals Heart.

Manchester United considering Melbourne Victory takeover

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English Premier League side Manchester United are considering following in the footsteps of City rivals Manchester City by completing a takeover of Melbourne Victory similar to City's acquisition of Melbourne City (also know as Melbourne Heart) last year according to Australian site 3AW.

The three-time European Champions view the potential acquisition of the Victory as an opportunity to match City's success with the purchase of crosstown rivals Heart.

Comprehensive Team By Team Preview Of The 2014-15 A-League Season

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It's the 10th anniversary of the A-League this season, and interest in football in Australia has never been stronger in the wake of a captivating World Cup in Brazil.

At the beginning of the A-League's inception ten years ago, many thought the league would fail to make an impression in Australia's diverse sporting landscape.

Manchester City

Man City’s youth steal the spotlight on preseason

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In recent years, Manchester City and youth players haven't been mentioned in the same sentence positively. City though have been trying to change that as they have put a lot of money into their academies and facilities, and this preseason has shown their efforts are paying off.

Lampard Heading To Man City On Loan

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NYC FC's Frank Lampard will not be going out on loan to Melbourne City as expected, instead NYC FC's parent club, Manchester City have decided that they want the Chelsea and England player and Lamps will head to the Etihad Stadium on loan until January.

"As you know Frank has signed a contract with New York City and will start working here (the United States) in January as the season starts in March," Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini told a post-match press conference televised by Sky Sports News.

The Rest

Jess Fishlock does it again

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The Welsh midfielder scored a trademark Fishlock goal, sending Melbourne City to its third straight W-League Final

Over the weekend, the four best teams in Australia's W-League faced off in the playoff semifinals. In the scorching heat, Melbourne City FC — current home to Seattle Reign FC players Jess Fishlock, Lauren Barnes, Larissa Crummer, Lydia Williams, Steph Catley, and Jodie Taylor — faced off against the top-ranked Brisbane Roar.

Seattle Pair Power Melbourne City To Perfect Season

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A win in the W-League Grand Final caps a dream season for the Reign's two international stars.

Reign loanees Jess Fishlock and Kim Little put in superstar performances for Melbourne City this weekend, leading them to victory in the W-League Grand Final. The win not only won a championship, it completed a remarkable season in which the expansion side won every one of their matches and won the regular season title by 10 points over defending champions Canberra.

Villa set for fall loan to Melbourne City

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David Villa will in fact be playing soccer this fall, though it won't be in Manchester or New York.

New York City FC sister club Melbourne City FC announced on Wednesday that David Villa will be playing for them between October and December. It's expected that Villa will play 10 times for Melbourne in the 2014-2015 A-League season, and then return to New York for NYC FC's inaugural campaign.