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Victory to appeal Fabiano ban

Victory to appeal Fabiano ban

Melbourne Victory has confirmed it will appeal the decision by the independent Disciplinary Committee to suspend Ney Fabiano for nine matches after he was found guilty of spitting.

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Marquee extension for Thompson

Melbourne Victory today announced that striker Archie Thompson has extended his contract as the club’s marquee player for a further two years.

“It’s a new contract which will see Archie play until the end of the 2010/11 season. It’s a fantastic result for both Archie and Melbourne Victory and for our fans and supporters,” Victory Football Operations Manager Gary Cole said.

“It was a great coup for Melbourne Victory when we signed Archie to get him back from Europe and it’s a great coup now. He’s been a fantastic asset for our football club and for the A-League in general as well as the Socceroos,” Cole said.

Thompson said he is more than happy in Melbourne and hopes to win more A-League Championships with the club.

“I just love the club. I’ve been here since day one. I enjoy Melbourne, my wife loves Melbourne. My kids are settled here. The team and the supporters, I just love. I think we’ve got a great side, and I just want to be a part of the future going forward,” Thompson said.

“I’m sure I’ve got plenty of good years left in me,” he said.

“It’s not always about the money. I’m just happy to be part of the set-up. I like to think it’s one of the best clubs in Australia. I just want to win championships and I think this is a club that can do it.”



Jets cop 5-0 Sha-lacking at the Dome

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ARCHIE THOMPSON inspired the Melbourne Victory to a 5-0 drubbing against the awful Newcastle Jets last night at the Telstra Dome.

Thompson was playing his first game of the A-League season since being injured playing at the Beijing Olympics. He helped set up two goals and scored one himself to help the Victory to a 3-0 lead.

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Watch the Melbourne Victory v Juventus full match highlights package

This was an exhibition match played between these two club side. The Italians were without their stars but still went on to easily defeat the Victory.

This match was played at the Telstra Dome, Melbourne in front of around 45,000 fans on 30 May, 2008.

Read the match report here



Melbourne Victory get pumped in Juventus friendly

A JUVENTUS team minus their biggest stars have put on a show in front of 45,000 Melbourne fans to emerge 4-1 winners against a valiant Melbourne Victory side.

Melbourne v Juventus: Watch the football match highlights and goals

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Melbourne Victory v Juventus tickets at the telstra dome

 

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Gamba Osaka v Melbourne Victory match highlights and goals

MELBOURNE Victory are out of the running for this year’s Asian Champions League crown after going down to Gamba Osaka for the second time in two weeks. They lost 2-0 on a cold and rainy evening in Osaka.

See all the match goals and highlights for Gamba Osaka v Melbourne Victory below.

Played: Wednesday 23 April 2008

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Melbourne Victory go down 2-0 to Gamba Osaka

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MELBOURNE Victory are out of the running for this year’s Asian Champions League crown after going down to Gamba Osaka for the second time in two weeks. They lost 2-0 on a cold and rainy evening in Osaka.

Also: Adelaide United give 4-1 footballing lesson to Binh Duong
Highlights: Gamba Osaka v Melbourne Victory
Highlights: Adelaide Utd v Binh Duong

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Melbourne Victory with nothing to lose against Gamba Osaka

MELBOURNE Victory will head into tonight’s do-or-die match against Group G leader Gamba Osaka with nothing to lose. Nothing less than three points are required for the Victory to have a serious chance of progressing to the knockout stage.

ACL: Adelaide United favourites to progress against Binh Duong in ACL

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