On a cold, wet night at AAMI Park, Melbourne City tonight celebrated their 10 year anniversary of being mediocre, I mean, since their induction into the competition against a Central Coast side who were on a high from knocking off Perth last week.
Well the second round of the A-League is done and dusted and it delivered cracking goals, red cards, lost kits, childish humour and some really, really entertaining football! Brisbane Roar v Melbourne victory - Friday night Round 3 gets underway with Brisbane Roar hosting Melbourne Victory for the Jean Carlos Solórzano Trophy on Friday night. … Continue reading The Offside Trap – Round 3
A Melbourne derby worth forgetting as both sides shot blanks in a goalless draw at Marvel Stadium
In the past week, there has been no mistaking Melbourne City and their surge for supremacy in the A-League. The new man at the helm is former Yokohama F. Marinos and France U21s manager Erick Mombaerts. Mombaerts may finally bring some pride to this club which for years has struggled with low crowds and underwhelming players.