City Views

  • Arnold, Gallop and Icebergs

    As we put another A-League season in the book we begin to reflect on what Season 2016/17 meant and more importantly is football in a better position than twelve months [...]
  • CITY VIEWS | Titanic Failure

    “Iceberg right ahead” the Melbourne City supporter screams, this is met with dozens of screams from other fans; some wearing Heart shirts, some City shirts and the [...]
  • CITY VIEWS | So Unhappy Together

    When City Football Group took over Melbourne Heart it was stated at the time the club wouldn’t become a mini Manchester City.  Almost three years to the day of the [...]
  • Winless in December

    You can’t win a title in December, but you can certainly lose one.  Melbourne City followed up their post FFA Cup triumph with five lacklustre performances in the final [...]
  • FFA Cup Hangover

    Melbourne Victory left AAMI Park last night with three points after Melbourne City gifted them a result and Besart Berisha more presents than your local K-Mart Wishing [...]

No Return of the (McCor) Mack

January 31, 2018 // 0 Comments

Ross McCormack will not be making a return to Melbourne City any time in the near future, and like his frequent flyer [...]

Getting Enough Playing TIMe

November 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

Tim Cahill has an uncanny knack of levitating near goal and somehow getting part of his head to the ball and directing it [...]

Joyce to the World

July 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

Two steps forward and two steps back was the only way to describe Season 2016/17 for Melbourne City.  The signing of Tim [...]

CITY VIEWS | Get Behind The Boys

November 23, 2016 // 0 Comments

As the FFA Cup Final approaches, the enormity of the situation is quickly becoming apparent for all involved.  Melbourne [...]

Cometh The Hour, Cometh The Man

July 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

With his arrival upgraded from speculative to imminent there are still many questioning the decision of the FFA to pony up [...]

It’s a RonaldiNhO From me Les

December 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

I have always been a huge Les Murray fan; to me he is the voice of football in Australia and has been for my entire football [...]
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