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Knights spoil Saints derby party

A 93rd minute equalizer from Ryan Filipovic earnt the Melbourne Knights a 1-1 draw against bottom of the table St. Albans Saints at Churchill Reserve on Sunday afternoon. Goran Jozeljic gave St. Albans the lead right on the hour mark but they were cruelly denied their first win of the …

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Magdic in charge

Loyal clubman, and until recently, Assistant Coach, Paul Magdic has been appointed Head Coach of the Melbourne Knights. Magdic takes on the role after Ivan Duzel, who took on the position at the beginning of the 2010 season, was asked to step down late Monday night due to disappointing results …

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Heidelberg beat hapless Knights

Heidelberg United claimed all three points in a heated encounter against Melbourne Knights at Olympic Village on Sunday night. The match kicked off with the surprise omission of Adrian Caceres from Heidelberg’s squad. News has since filtered through that Caceres is on his way to the Indonesian Premier League. His …

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Knights with too little, too late

The Oakleigh Cannons have ended a two match losing streak after defeating the Melbourne Knights 2-1 at Knights Stadium on Sunday evening, thanks to two first half goals to Dane Milovanovic and Frank Lagana. The Knights fielded a depleted first eleven missing key players Mathieu Welmant and Jean-Charles Dubios, and …

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Knights slump to South in twenty minute burst

The Melbourne Knights continued their John Cain Memorial Park hoodoo on Sunday afternoon going down to cross town rivals South Melbourne 3-1 after taking the lead 25 minutes into the second half. A healthy crowd of just over 1300 saw the two teams kick the game off tentatively with neither …

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Knights demolish uninspired Bentleigh

An emphatic four goal demolition of the Bentleigh Greens has seen the Melbourne Knights rocket into the top five of the Alanic Victorian Premier league. The home side produced by far their best performance of the season, dominating from the first whistle to last and perhaps unlucky not to have …

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Knights put to the sword

VTC have shocked Melbourne Knights in a dramatic 3-2 victory in the round five opener at Knights Stadium on Wednesday night. In what was a dramatic match the Melbourne Knights fought back from being 2-nil down only to drop the points as Luke O’Dea headed the winning goal in the …

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Knights unfortunate against Springvale

Springvale managed to hold onto a 1-1 draw during wet and windy conditions against the Melbourne Knights at White Eagles Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Springvale remain without a win after five matches in their return season to the Victorian Premier League, while Melbourne Knights remain two points outside the top five. …

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Knights’ youth talent

DEER Park teenagers, best mates and Melbourne Knights Youth team players Joshua Berrios and Brandon Zezovski are among 50 students experiencing a once-in-lifetime opportunity as members of a talent and education program. Berrios and Zezovski, both 17, were ecstatic to be accepted into the Talented Player Program, which was established …

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Festival brings players and fans together

Last weekend, the entire senior squad of the Melbourne Knights attended the Croatian Cultural Festival hosted by AHD Melbourne. The event, designed to celebrate all things Croatian, was a perfect opportunity for the team to meet the fans and share their expertise with some future stars of soccer. After initial …

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