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Melbourne City Boss Satisfied With Another Clean Sheet News Uncategorized 

Melbourne City Boss Satisfied With Another Clean Sheet

New Melbourne City boss Warren Joyce has spoke of his satisfaction after his men registered another clean sheet, after beating Brisbane Premier League club Peninsula Power 2-0 in their Westfield FFA Cup match. This was the cup holders second clean sheet and sees them make their way into the last 16 after their victory over the side that plays three tiers below them. Peninsula Power could have gone ahead as early as the 16th minute when striker Charles Mendy got the better of a dozing City defence. But it was…

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Melbourne City Demolish Newcastle Jets 4-0 Uncategorized 

Melbourne City Demolish Newcastle Jets 4-0

A dominant Melbourne City demolished Newcastle Jets 4-0 at AAMI Park Saturday night, to consolidate third spot of the Hyundai A-League table. City dominated from the start, but the first chance of the game went to the Jets when Andrew Nabbout was playing through on goal but his shot over Thomas Sorensen screwed past the outside of the right post. City striker Tim Cahill opened the scoring with a trademark header in the 12th minute, after Josh Rose whipped in a cross to the six-yard line where the Socceroo legend…

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Danny Vukovic About To Become Hyundai A-League’s Most Capped Player News Uncategorized 

Danny Vukovic About To Become Hyundai A-League’s Most Capped Player

Danny Vukovic is about to become the Hyundai A-League’s most capped player, yet he has admitted he is still learning after his move to Melbourne Victory. The goalkeeper’s Saturday night game in his first Melbourne Derby will mark his 229th match for in the A-League, playing at the Etihad Stadium. This means he will overtake his former team mate John Hutchinson, to stand alone at the top of most games played in the competition. “I think it’s something I’ll look back on (later in my career),” Vukovic said on Wednesday….

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The Sudden Downfall of Australian Soccer Uncategorized 

The Sudden Downfall of Australian Soccer

The game of soccer began some hundred and thirty years ago in Australia. Though the first match on record seems to be the one played between Wanderers and the King’s School, some new evidence begs to differ. Back then, Australian soccer seemed to gain popularity with huge crowds attending matches. And suddenly BOOM! Everything seemed to go for a toss. So, what exactly happened? The downfall of Australian soccer dates back to the Second World war as well as the Great Depression. The Australian authorities at that time seemed to…

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