After almost 13 years, melbournevictory.net is now closed.
Unfortunately the forum has been infected with malware that will cost too much money to fix.
We will be back though, re-branded under the guise of For Vuck’s Sake.
Please keep up to date with us on both Facebook and Twitter. We will provide updates closer to the start of the A-League season.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to make this the best community of football fans in this country.
Goodbye… for now.
The team might not be putting any effort in with nothing to play for, but FVS are heading into finals with a full head of steam. We discuss the disgusting performance against Wellington, award another Mehmet and have a very big Victory’s Secret on the James Troisi contract situation. You can’t miss this one.
We’re back after a week off with a bumper edition of FVS. We discuss our undermanned loss against Brisbane, Oliver Bozanic’s departure, Troisi as a marquee, FBK/Georgievski to Newcastle, International round-ups and the Victory partnership with Vic Uni.
Our guest this week is Melbourne Victory Founder Tony Ising. It’s a massive show covering off our win against Perth, Oliver Bozanic’s potential move to Japan, the resurrection of FBK, the woes of our NPL team and the possible NPL breakaway that could tear the league apart. Huge.
Melbourne Victory founding father Tony Ising has launched an impassioned attack on the newly-formed representative body of state league clubs called The Association of Australian Football Clubs (AAFC) that aims to create a national second-tier competition.
Ising labelled the move by former NSL clubs as a ‘power play’ to wrest back control of Australian Football.
Comedian, Western Bulldogs Bannerman and Vuck fan Danny McGinlay joins us in the Brunswick Sharehouse Studios on a cracking edition of FVS! We discuss the loss on the weekend, fickle Sydney fans and answer your listener questions. Definitely an episode you can’t miss.
The Man of the People is away but Dave and Jason take flight in the Brunswick Sharehouse Studios for another episode of FVS.
We look over the win against Adelaide United, fire a rocket at the club over the handling of the FBK situation and analyse the Vuck players coming out of contract at seasons end.
James Troisi is in hot form, but for a player who never sticks around at any club for long, will the Victory be able to hold onto him long-term? FVS explores the options.
FVS favourite Rudi Edsall is this week’s guest on the show as we discuss a big week. Victory back on the winners list, FBK, RBB, Muscat to Rangers, Victory 2007 and more all on the agenda!
Just a quick one this week due to conflicting schedules thanks to the postponed game. Dave joins Jason on the phone to pick apart Victory’s lackluster performance against the Jets and to look ahead to the match against Central Coast on Sunday.