The ONLY podcast for Melbourne Victory fans, For Vuck’s Sake, is back for another season! We kick off the year recording live from the MCG at the International Champions Cup. We review the tournament so far, track our off-season squad movements, look ahead to our FFA Cup match against Newcastle and reveal a Victory’s Secret that is sure to make those in the North Terrace unhappy.
Retiring star Matthieu Delpierre has capped off a season of personal accolades, winning the 2015/16 MelbourneVictory.net Fans’ Player of The Year, as voted by our members.
Melbourne Victory captain Carl Valeri has labelled Melbourne Victory’s sixth-place A-League finish as a “failure” but says the team is looking forward to tomorrow night’s “Grand Final” against Gamba Osaka, with the opportunity for the Victory to advance from the Asian Champions League group stages for the first time in the club’s history.
It’s a For Vuck’s Sake first this week as we have a current squad player joining us for the very first time! Victory midfielder Rashid Mahazi joins us on the line to discuss Friday’s win against WSW and how the team have reacted to the criticism in recent weeks. FVS and fozza favourite Nonna/Nadja also joins us in the studio as we dissect our win, Finkler’s departure, Valeri’s return and much more.
Over the course of the year we have had some big guests, but nothing was as fun as having Australian comedy royalty, Santo Cilauro join us at the Brunswick Sharehouse Studios for the entire episode. We have an in-depth chat with Santo about all things football and comedy. Don’t miss it.
We are edging ever closer to the end of the season so it’s time to take stock and look at our run home. This week we dissect our final few games and predict where we will finish. We also hit a Victory player with the Mehmet of the Week.
With Central Coast away this weekend, Tales From The Terrace returns after a few months off as we reminisce about the trip to Gosford in 2009 that is renowned within some circles as one of the biggest away trips in Victory history.
We’ve followed up Les Murray with yet another big name – Ned Zelic.
Ned joins us to chat about the current plight of the Victory as well as his own career abroad. We also discuss our ACL triumph and our current woes and place the blowtorch on Kevin Muscat. Tune in.
That’s right, we got Les.
Les joins us to chat. We ask him about his journey, whether he believes the A-League has a future on SBS and his Zidane song.
We also chat about what we’ve had enough of, Buds hits the streets and I tee off on Cahill.
As mentioned in the podcast, we’d like to mention our friend and voice of victory’s Secret, Nadja, who is raising funds for her young son who is suffering from Mitochondrial Disease. To find out more about the fundraising efforts, please click here: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/lucasfirstbirthday
The tempestuous fixture involving Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United has never been too distant from controversy and impassioned exchanges between players and coaches alike.
Dubbed the ‘Original Rivalry’ due to being one of the first true rivalries in the A-League and of course the natural South Australia vs Victoria aspect, the old foes resume hostilities at AAMI Park on Friday night.
This match rarely disappoints and has produced some of the most memorable and notorious footballing moments over the years – captivating fans of the game all over the country.
From fabulously constructed goals to inexplicable instances of petulance as well as unforgettable finals, it is no coincidence why this cross-border rivalry is arguably the biggest in Australian football.
Our friends at Outside90.com look at five of the most memorable flashpoints.