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Melbourne Victory handshake snub of Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold adds spice to Big Blue - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Big Blue lived up to its name as a post-game handshake snub further fuelled the tensions between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory. Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold was visibly angered after the match when several members of Melbourne Victory's coaching ...and more »

Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC, A-League Round 1: Thomas Deng own goal hands Sky Blues a Big Blue win - Fox Sports

SYDNEY FC have edged Melbourne Victory 1-0 in the inaugural Big Blue of the season, courtesy of an own goal off Thomas Deng. In a tight, tense tussle between the old sparring partners, Victory started strongest with a blistering opening 20 minutes. But ...and more »

Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC, preview: will A-League champions pick up where they left off? -

MATT Windley from the Herald Sun and The Daily Telegraph's Carly Adno preview the round one clash between Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC. Matt Windley and Carly Adno. News Corp Australia NetworkOctober 6, 20171:02pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play ...and more »

Kevin Muscat condemns Graham Arnold's 'archaic' thinking for holding soccer back - The Sydney Morning Herald

The war of words is intensifying and the bad blood is bubbling just below the surface as Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat labelled his Sydney FC counterpart Graham Arnold guilty of "archaic" thinking that is holding the game back on the eve of the ...and more »

Life, death & Sydney FC - PlayersVoice

A club is more than its players, its coaches, its support staff and its stadium. It's more than its logo and colours. It's more than its trophies. A club is its fans. And in Sydney FC's case, the club is William Duran. William died of cancer in 2012 ...and more »

Socceroos star Mark Milligan on World Cup aspirations and returning to Melbourne Victory - Courier Mail

IN the absence of Mile Jedinak, Melbourne Victory star Mark Milligan donned the Socceroos' captain's armband last Thursday in Australia's 1-1 draw with Syria. He will again play a leading role against the same opposition in Sydney on Tuesday, when the ...and more »

Kevin Muscat forced to shuffle pack for A-league opener against champions, says he still holds aces -

DESPITE missing three stars to international duty, Kevin Muscat is “100 per cent confident” Melbourne Victory can topple Sydney FC at home on Saturday. Matt Windley. Herald SunOctober 6, 20173:30pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0 ...and more »

Sydney FC out to make history - SBS - The World Game

Sydney FC are determined to make history this season and become the first team to win back-to-back A-League titles. Source: AAP. 6 Oct 2017 - 2:42 PM UPDATED 6 Oct 2017 - 3:30 PM. On the eve of their first-round game against Melbourne Victory at Etihad ...and more »

Sydney FC shut down Melbourne Victory to begin title defence with a road win - The Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney FC won the A-League championship last year by being tight at the back, relentless in midfield and good enough to take the chances that came their way once they took control of a game. On Saturday night they began their title defence in the same ...and more »

Why Sydney FC's David Carney relishes the A-League Big Blue against Melbourne Victory - The Sydney Morning Herald

There was one player Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold singled out as their "big-game player" at the club's season launch this week. He wasn't referring to player of the year Milos Ninkovic. Nor was it striker Bobo, captain Alex Brosque or even highly ...and more »