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Celeski Brillante

Victory overcome sprightly Jets in another classic

Melbourne Victory 3 Newcastle Jets 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory looked to have defeated Newcastle Jets comfortably after taking a two-nil lead on the stroke of half-time, but had to withstand a fight-back by the visitors, which saw them draw …

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David Williams strikes a free kick

Last gasp Victory in the derby

Melbourne Heart 1 Melbourne Victory 2 Roy Hay The Melbourne derby produced one of the most dramatic finishes in the short history of the clashes between Melbourne Victory and Melbourne

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Victory held by Roar

Melbourne Victory 1 Brisbane Roar 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory could not erase the memory of the five-nil hammering in the second round of the A-League at AAMI Park on

Box Hill Inter women

The Box Hill story

The Box Hill story Roy Hay (This article appeared as a Blast from the Past in Goal Weekly, 7 December 2012, p. 19.) Box Hill is one of Victoria’s oldest clubs.

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North Geelong celebrations

North Geelong Celebrations Roy Hay North Geelong Warriors celebrated 45 years since the club was founded in 1967 and twenty years since their unprecedented and unequalled victory in the Victorian

Glory attack

Narrow win for Melbourne Victory over Perth Glory

Narrow win for Melbourne Victory over Perth Glory Roy Hay In a good quality game, Melbourne Victory did just enough to take all three points with a one-nil win over

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Heart throw away lead against Jets

Melbourne Heart 3 Newcastle Jets 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart threw away a two-nil lead and eventually shared the points in a three-all draw with Newcastle Jets at AAMI Park

Pedj Bojic is challenged by Billy Celeski and Marcos Flores (9)

Victory shares the spoils with ten-man Mariners

Melbourne Victory 2 Central Coast Mariners 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory and Central Coast Mariners drew two-all at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night after a first half of high quality

Aziz Behich

‘Roar without heart’ as Heart romp to victory

Melbourne Heart 4 Brisbane Roar 1 Roy Hay ‘Brisbane played without heart’, said Roar coach Rado Vidosic, after his team was taken apart in a twelve-minute spell in the second

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Victory lose their way after dominating Phoenix, but get the win

Melbourne Victory 3 Wellington Phoenix 2 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory kept up its winning record against Wellington Phoenix, but only just, despite getting out to a three-nil lead with only

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