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Sports Asian Champions League: Archie Thompson on target as Victory make history

gave them the head-to-head advantage on the away goals rule.As runners-up in their group, Victory will face the winners of Group E, which concludes on Wednesday. Delpierre for retirement, Barbarouses to join his hometown team Wellington.Victory went into this match knowing that whatever it did, it had to match the performance of South Korean rival Suwon Bluewings in the other game.
The Age
03/05
31 Points

Sports Asian Champions League: Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat elated by team's performance

Melbourne Victory boss Kevin Muscat was trying to keep a lid on things after his history-making side reached the last 16 of the Asian Champions League for the first time, but even his hard-nosed professionalism had to give way to the sheer pleasure of the moment.''It's a big achievement considering we have had five attempts (to qualify before).
The Age
03/05
26 Points
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Sports Asian Champions League: Besart Berisha and Archie Thompson put Victory into last 16

ABC
03/05
23 Points
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Asian Champions League: Besart Berisha and Archie Thompson put Victory into last 16

ABC
03/05
13 Points
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Sports Archie Thompson survives another day as Melbourne Victory progresses to Asian Champions League round of 16

NewsComAu
03/05
19 Points
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Sports Asian Champions League: Archie Thompson on target as Victory make history

gave them the head-to-head advantage on the away goals rule.As runners-up in their group, Victory will face the winners of Group E, which concludes on Wednesday. Delpierre for retirement, Barbarouses to join his hometown team Wellington.Victory went into this match knowing that whatever it did, it had to match the performance of South Korean rival Suwon Bluewings in the other game.
The Age
03/05
7 Points
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Sports Asian Champions League: Sydney FC need to cope with huge Guangzhou Evergrande incentive

We’ll have to see where their head space is before we make a final decision.”Despite the quandary, Arnold - who is without only Matthew Simon through suspension as well as long-term absentee Alex Brosque - said he had no regrets about releasing Mickael Tavares and Ali Abbas to seek contracts elsewhere.“We didn’t expect Ali to go, we’d offered him a one-year extension but we couldn’t compete money-wise (with a deal believed to be in Korea).
NewsComAu
02/05
18 Points

Sports Asian Champions League: Sydney FC set for tough challenge against Guangzhou Evergrande

against FC Seoul or Shandong Luneng.Sydney have conquered Luiz Felipe Scolari's mega-money outfit before . a shock 2-1 upset at Allianz Stadium in February.In their favour at Tianhe Stadium is that Colombian striker Jackson Martinez is injured, Brazilian midfielder Paulinho suspended and his compatriot Ricardo Goulart a chance of not featuring.Regardless, Arnold is wary of the threat posed by a local team playing to restore some of their crushed pride after a shock group-stage exit .
The Age
02/05
18 Points
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Sports Asian Champions League: Melbourne Victory hoping to prolong trio’s stay by beating Gamba Osaka

NewsComAu
02/05
12 Points
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Sports Asian Champions League: Melbourne Victory eye knockout stage berth as Gamba Osaka come to town

And coach Kevin Muscat says qualifying for the Asian Champions League knockout stage would sit high on his club’s proud list of achievements.Victory is in the box seat to advance to the round of 16 for the first time in five attempts ahead of their clash with the already-eliminated Gamba Osaka.If the A-League side wins they are guaranteed to get through.But so long as they match the result of Suwon Bluewings .
NewsComAu
02/05
16 Points

Sports Asian Champions League: Melbourne Victory look to make history but can't let Archie emotion get in the way

 could be playing their last games in navy blue should Victory fail to progress.For Victory, who are tied on points in second place with South Korean side Suwon Bluewings, the equation is straightforward.A win ensures they finish second in the group behind Shanghai SIPG, the Chinese team coached by Sven Goran Eriksson whom they managed to beat in their opening ACL fixture .  should not overshadow the task the team is facing."You have got to remove all emotion from whatever you do," Muscat said.
The Age
02/05
13 Points
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Sports Australian clubs now realise full importance of the Asian Champions League, says Adrian Leijer

NewsComAu
02/05
4 Points

Asian Champions League: Barbarouses keeps a lid on it and targets ACL progress

"The last year, the calendar year, where we won all the trophies domestically was a big highlight for me."Anywhere I was going to go after the Victory was going to be tough to take because I have loved my time here. That would be a great way to end as the club has never done it in their history.
The Age
02/05
4 Points
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Sports A-League grand final: Redemption for Adelaide United as Reds finally claim title against Wanderers

Adelaide had a goal (correctly) ruled out for offside, and the Wanderers had their chances, but in the end there was little surprise about who did the business for the Reds.Pablo Sanchez - Adelaide's second topscorer all season behind Bruce Djite - had scored six goals coming off the bench, including one against Melbourne City in the semi-final.Sanchez had only come on as a sub with five minutes left at Adelaide Oval.
ABC
01/05
21 Points
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