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16 years ago

Sponsor a Victory player in 2008/09

It’s an exciting time to be part of Melbourne Victory and you can do just that by becoming a player sponsor in 2008/09. It-s an exciting time to be part of Melbourne Victory and you can do just that by...
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16 years ago

Victory ends Asian adventure in style

An inspiring return from Archie Thompson saw Melbourne Victory end its maiden AFC Champions League campaign in style with a 3-1 win over Chonburi FC at Telstra Dome on Wednesday evening. An inspiring return from Archie Thompson saw Melbourne Victory...
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16 years ago

National Youth League

Football Federation Australia announced in March that it had moved to secure the future of talented young players with the introduction of the National Youth League in conjunction with the Hyundai A-League season. Football Federation Australia announced in March that...
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16 years ago

Former Socceroos to lead Victory youngsters

Melbourne Victory today took a major step in the development of its inaugural National Youth League team, appointing former Qantas Socceroo Mehmet Durakovic as Coach and current Victory Goalkeeping Coach Steve Mautone as Assistant Coach. Melbourne Victory today took a...
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16 years ago

Victory share spoils in Gwangyang

Melbourne Victory played out a 1-1 draw in its AFC Champions League 2008 clash against Korea Republic’s Chunnam Dragons at Gwangyang Football Stadium this evening, with attacking midfielder Tom Pondeljak scoring his first goal for the club in his second...
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16 years ago

Hernandez returns for Chunnam challenge

Costa Rican international Carlos Hernandez will make a welcomed return from injury when Melbourne Victory faces Korea Republic’s Chunnam Dragons on Match Day 5 of the AFC Champions League 2008 at Gwangyang Football Stadium this Wednesday (kick off 8pm AEST)....
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16 years ago

Victory’s hopes washed away in Osaka

Melbourne Victory’s hopes of advancing to the Knockout Stage of the AFC Champions League 2008 were washed away after Masato Yamazaki and Yasuhito Endo led Japan’s Gamba Osaka to a 2-0 win in wet conditions at Expo ’70 Stadium this...
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16 years ago

Victory determined to topple Gamba

Melbourne Victory will tackle its AFC Champions League 2008 clash against Group G leader Gamba Osaka without fear on Wednesday (kick off 8pm AEST), as it looks to keep its hopes of progressing to the Knockout Stage alive. Melbourne Victory...
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16 years ago

Victory readies itself for Osaka voyage

Melbourne Victory’s preparations for its crucial AFC Champions League 2008 clash against Japan’s Gamba Osaka continued with a 0-0 draw against Adelaide United at Olympic Park Stadium this afternoon. Melbourne Victory-s preparations for its crucial AFC Champions League 2008 clash...
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16 years ago

Victory slay Dragons in style

Melbourne Victory has made an ideal start to its AFC Champions League 2008 campaign, claiming top spot in Group G with an imposing 2-0 win against Korean FA Cup winners the Chunnam Dragons at Telstra Dome this evening. Melbourne Victory...
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16 years ago

Victory set for historic AFC Champions League debut

Melbourne Victory has put the final touches on its preparations for the AFC Champions League 2008, readying itself for its historic first match against Korea Republic’s Chunnam Dragons at Telstra Dome this Wednesday (kick off 7:30pm). Melbourne Victory has put...
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16 years ago

Pondeljak called up for AFC Champions League

Melbourne Victory recruit Tom Pondeljak has been promoted to the club’s AFC Champions League 2008 squad after receiving approval from the Asian Football Confederation to replace Grant Brebner, who was ruled out of the Group Stage with a groin injury....