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Knights denied by Zois heroics

The Melbourne Knights have lost 3-0 against old National League rival South Melbourne at John Cain reserve in a match that could be described as absolutely luckless for the Knights. The match started off slowly in windswept and rainy conditions, with both sides trying their best to play an attractive …

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Liverpudlian keen to make his mark

Melbourne Knights will reignite its time-honoured rivalry with South Melbourne in the Victorian Premier League at John Cain Memorial Reserve in Thornbury on Sunday. The clubs need no introduction as pillars of the former National Soccer League. The Knights are two-time national champions with former Socceroos superstar Mark Viduka coming …

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Knights finals hopes dashed, relegation battle ensues

A five minute second half burst was enough to secure all three points and top spot on the Victorian Premier League ladder for the Oakleigh Cannons, after a come-from-behind 2-1 victory against the Melbourne Knights yesterday. The Knights got off to a flying start, with Jean-Charles Dubios got the Knights …

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Late Knights surge saves a point

A late Jacob Colosimo goal has cancelled out a fortunate goal from Jesse Krncevic for Richmond to salvage a point from Kevin Bartlett Reserve for the Knights. A slow start for the Knights resulted in sustained pressure from Richmond after the latter started the stronger of the two. Probing runs …

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Knights take three points in bizarre contest

The Victorian Premier League Round 15 encounter between the Melbourne Knights and Hume City had it all. Two penalties and three red cards went against Hume City while the valuable 3 points were taken by the Knights. Two expertly taken penalties by the diminutive Kevin Townson were enough to cancel …

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Knights go from A-League to B-Grade

THE Youtube clip is only a few years old but already looks like a relic from a hard-to-remember past. The tone is optimistic, the future seemingly bright as Les Murray introduces the news story about the Melbourne Knights’ partnership with Melbourne United – a candidate for the brave new A-League …

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Tight game sees Knights earn three points

A Danny Tiatto inspired Melbourne Knights have come out on top in the Sunshine derby against a spirited George Cross side which never really got going. The Knights once again conceded early and cheaply, but the side’s endeavour and will to win was enough to see the side through and …

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Knights sink to rock bottom

Heidelberg United have came out on top in the relegation battle against the Melbourne Knights at the Olympic Village, finally lifting themselves off the bottom of the ladder following a hard fought 3-1 victory. The match was a tighter contest than the score would suggest, as it proved to be …

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Hard fought point for Knights against Dandenong

A piece of Jean Dubois brilliance has earnt the Melbourne Knights a draw against a resilient Dandenong Thunder lineup. The Knights, as with most games – controlled the tempo of the encounter with their well oiled passing game. It was the inclusion of that man Dubois into the first eleven …

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Dobson returns Gully to winning ways

The return of former Knights coach Ian Dobson to the helm of Green Gully has spelt disaster for the enterprising Melbourne Knights who have now lost their last three games on the trot. Ivan Duzel was presented with a big selection headache early in the week when given the news …

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