Melbourne Victory forward Fahid Ben Khalfallah feels he has more to give as his contract comes to an end, declaring his hope that he can play on next year in Victory colours.
The big names just keep on coming on FVS! Melbourne Victory player Fahid Ben Khalfallah joins us to chat some Vuck, his playing future and what it’s like living in Melbourne. We also name our best ever Victory XI.
FVS TV returned last weekend after our match against Newcaslte. For Vuck’s Sake host Jason asked the punters about the game and whether our team is good enough this year to challenge for the title.
FVS is back from exile for another edition of the only Victory podcast in town. Daniel Garb joins us as we dissect a big week including our win against Newcastle and the tension in the North Terrace. Tune in
Melbourne Victory attacking threat Mitch Austin joins us on this week’s podcast after a big win for the Vuck. Mitch discusses his start to the season, what it’s like playing for the Victory after almost giving the game away, and he speaks about the red-hot competition for spots in the front third.
Fox Sports’ Adam Peacock joins us on a huge edition of For Vuck’s Sake. We review the Sydney FC game, select the worst ever Melbourne Victory XI, plus we have a very special Besart Berisha citizenship update.
It has now been over 270 minutes since Fahid Ben Khalfallah (FBK) last made an appearance for The Vuck. He last came on as a substitute in the 78th minute against Adelaide United in round three and has not been sighted since. He’s made only two starts out of five in the A-League so far this season.
On the 24th of October, a mere three rounds into the 2016/17 A-League season, the North Terrace Collective (NTC); the leadership group representing the wider active support group known as the North Terrace (NT) disbanded and walked away indefinitely from organised, active Melbourne Victory support. It brought to an end a long, painful saga of back and forth between the club and the NTC.
A huge 6-1 win for the Victory on Monday night against the Nix, but are we back in business? Rudi Edsall joins the boys to discuss the match as well as our FFA Cup loss, Gui/Kosta boo’ers and the curious case of Seb Pasquali.
For Vuck’s Sake was out and about again on Monday night with camera in tow to catch the fan reactions after a huge win against Wellington.