Friday 24 November 2017

All posts tagged FFA

Nick Kalmar v Sydney.

Heart demolish Sydney, del Piero, Neill, Emerton and all

Melbourne Heart 3 Sydney 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart entertained its largest home crowd for a league match of 13,752 (apart from those against cross-town rival Victory), with a thumping three-one win over Sydney FC. The opening spell was somewhat …

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Sydney women win second crown at expense of Victory

Melbourne Victory 1 Sydney FC 3 Roy Hay Sydney FC Women reversed the result of yesterday’s A-League game when they overcame Melbourne Victory by three goals to one in the

North Geelong 1992

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

Tori Huster

Victory defeat Newcastle Jets again and keep unbeaten run going

Melbourne Victory 1 Newcastle Jets 0 Roy Hay Melbourne Victory continued its unblemished sequence of wins over Newcastle Jets in the W-League at Simonds Stadium in Geelong on Saturday afternoon,

Handshakes before battle

Heart continue dominance of Victory in season opener

Melbourne Victory 1 Melbourne Heart 2 Roy Hay The keenly awaited Melbourne derby kicked-off the 2012–13 A League season at Etihad Stadium on Friday night and Melbourne Heart continued their

The last Messiah

Australian football and the Messiah complex

Australian football and the Messiah complex Roy Hay (This article appeared on Goal Weekly's website on 18 September 2012.

Independent on Oz

Selective gloating from London

The Independent looks at Australia at the Olympics (for full page see illustration at end of article. Click and double click to enlarge.) Selective gloating in London Roy Hay Trying to

Socceroos 1974 from SW

Lip service to history devalues worthwhile project

Lip service to history devalues worthwhile project Roy Hay It was an excellent idea of SBS and the Johnny Warren Foundation to reopen the debate about the best players, coaches

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