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Adelaide too good for Heart

Melbourne Heart 0 Adelaide United 2 By Roy Hay Adelaide United got back to winning form with a two-nil away result against Melbourne Heart at AAMI Park on Friday night. United have not had much success in Melbourne in recent years but they dominated this match from...

Socceroos’ new adventure

Tomorrow an Australian sports team will embark on a great new adventure. For the first time the Socceroos will take part in the Asian Cup, the championship of all the nations in the Asian Confederation which stretches from Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the west to Japan...

The future of the Old Firm

Jack Reilly tries but fails to prevent Colin Stein (right) from scoring for Rangers against Victoria at Olympic Park  in 1975. Source: Laurie Schwab collection, Deakin University Library. The future of the Old Firm and Scottish football Roy Hay Glasgow Rangers is an...

Back among the books in 2011

Back among the books in 2011 Roy Hay (This appeared in the Geelong Advertiser, on 5 December 2011, p. 20 as 'Book it now, Winnie. Diversions, plagiarism and whodunnits'). It is time once again for the annual reading list which might assist some of you looking for...

Scotland stuns sluggish Socceroos

Scotland 3 Australia 1 Roy Hay Scotland took on Australia in a pre-world cup qualifier friendly match at Edinburgh’s Easter Road last night. It was a pouring wet night even before the match started and it rained incessantly throughout. Both sides were below full...

Heart hat-trick of wins over Fury

Melbourne Heart 2 North Queensland Fury 0 By Roy Hay Melbourne Heart and North Queensland Fury met for the third time this season at AAMI Park on Sunday night, with the Heart recording a hat-trick of wins over its opponent this time by two goals to nil. The win...

Homage to di Stefano

Homage to di Stefano Roy Hay The death of Alfredo di Stefano at the age of 88 has robbed us of one of the greatest players the world of football has ever seen. Though a modern generation would mention Maradona, Lionel Messi, Pele as incomparable superstars, it is...

Farewell tarnished by decisions in Heart v Sydney finale

Melbourne Heart fans and their banners Melbourne Heart 2 Sydney FC 2 By Roy Hay Melbourne Heart and Sydney FC rounded off their participation in the 2010–11 A-League season with a hard fought two-all draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night in front of just over 6,000...

Go-for-your-Life Cup 2009

Geelong’s pre-season competition has a new sponsor, the Victorian government, and the tournament will be called the Go-for-Life Cup. The format will be similar to that of the long-running Geelong Advertiser Cup which became established as the best non-metropolitan...

Heart match Roar

Melbourne Heart 1 Brisbane Roar 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart once again matched a top-ranked opponent in Brisbane Roar and thoroughly deserved the point it took from a one-all draw at AAMI Park on Saturday night. With a little more composure near goal, Heart could have...