Melbourne Victory defender Nick Ansell is this week’s guest on FVS! Nick joins us to discuss the loss to Sydney, his battle for a spot in the starting XI against James Donachie, and previews the Melbourne Derby.
It’s a pretty impressive CV when you look at it. A young German prodigy that played in the reigning world champion’s Under 19, 20 & 21 youth set-up. Almost half a decade on the books of a well respected Bundesliga club with a rich history that includes a European Cup win. Even a patent on a nifty little thing called a ‘Maxicup’ – a snack cup that allows you to carry a drink and food all in one easy-to-use cup.
This week the Queen of the Southern Terrace and voice of Victory’s Secret, Nadja, joins us on a bumper edition of FVS. We pick apart the Perth loss, chat women in Victory and look ahead to a big blockbuster against Sydney FC.
Details of the Essendon Royals fundraising event for Nadja’s son Luca can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/229730554132831/
The Age Football head honcho Michael Lynch joins us in studio for a bumper edition of FVS. Two games to review, Mehmet of the Week, Lynchy Q&A and Perth preview. Don’t miss it.
Wow, what a win! After 25 minutes it appeared as though Victory were cruising, only for Brisbane to claw two goals back. Then, Besart Berisha gets sent off and all of a sudden Melbourne are hanging on for dear life.
FVSTV was back after the match to get the fans’ view on a truly extraordinary game at AAMI Park.
As revealed on last night’s Victory’s Secret, For Vuck’s Sake understands that star Melbourne Victory defender Jason Geria has signed a two-year contract extension with the club, tying him to AAMI Park until the end of 2018/19 season.
It’s a jam packed For Vuck’s Sake this week with former BWB Capo Tunna as our guest. We look back at our win against Adelaide, award Mehmet to the guy who had to let one rip, reveal a very tasty Victory’s Secret, plus, we do our mid-season report card on all the Vuck players. Don’t miss this one.
Beanhead is back with us on FVS after the boys took a few weeks off over Christmas and New Year. We pick apart the last two games against Central Coast and Newcastle, we discuss Victory’s strides in business and look at which players need to step up over a busy January schedule.