Friday 20 October 2017

All posts in Football 2006

Victory and Mariners share the points in extraordinary match

Melbourne Victory and the Central Coast Mariners drewthree-all in an extraordinary Round Eleven match in the A-League at Telstra Dome last night in front of 28,118 fans. Victory got the best possible start when Archie Thompson skinned Vuko Tomasevic out …

Continue Reading...

Going well for Didulica

Published in the Geelong Advertiser, Tuesday 24 October 2006, p. 34. under the heading 'Joey's Dutch courage' You wouldn’t want to put the moz on him by drawing

Eighth win denied: Adelaide surprises Victory

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 16 October 2006, p. 35. Melbourne Victory went gunning for its eighth straight win in the 2006-07 A-League against Adelaide United at Telstra Dome last night

Cup the greatest: Soccer’s showpiece the envy of all

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 9 October 2006, p. 37. The football World Cup is the greatest multicultural sporting extravaganza of modern times. Its only conceivable rival, the Olympic Games, is

Victory dulls roar

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 2 October 2006, p. 31. Top of the table Melbourne Victory recorded its sixth win in a row against second-placed Queensland Roar by four goals to

Melbourne Victory down Central Coast Mariners

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 18 September 2006, p. 36. Melbourne Victory ran out one-nil winner over the Central Coast Mariners in its Round Four match in the A-League at Olympic

Victory knocks off defending champion in front of record crowd

Melbourne Victory knocked off the defending champion, Sydney FC by three-goals to two in an A-League second round match that had everything before a record crowd of 39,730

Adelaide Down

Geelong Advertiser, Saturday 26 August 2006, p. 83. Melbourne Victory opened its 2006 A-League season with a two-nil win against last year’s finalist Adelaide United in front of 15781

Victory finals plan

Geelong Advertiser, Thursday 24 August 2006, p. 39. Melbourne Victory launched its second A-League season with a flourish in Melbourne yesterday. As is now often the case, Melbourne Lord

Geelong’s Spiranovic runs hot in Chile

Geelong Advertiser, Monday 14 August 2006, p. 46. Geelong teenager Matthew Spiranovic has anchored the Young Socceroos’ defence in its second draw in succession with world-class opposition in South

Website design by Getpixel