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A-League: Sydney FC to host Melbourne City

Sydney FC’s young central defensive pairing of Jake Girdwood-Reich and Hayden Matthews will relish the challenge of nullifying Melbourne City’s Socceroos-laden attacking arsenal on Saturday. Expected to again start in the heart of the Sky Blues’ defence, the 19-year-old former Endeavour Sports High schoolmates will have the task of containing the likes of Jamie Maclaren,

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A-League: Sydney FC to host Melbourne City

Sydney FC’s young central defensive pairing of Jake Girdwood-Reich and Hayden Matthews will relish the challenge of nullifying Melbourne City’s Socceroos-laden attacking arsenal on Saturday. Expected to again start in the heart of the Sky Blues’ defence, the 19-year-old former Endeavour Sports High schoolmates will have the task of containing the likes of Jamie Maclaren,

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AFL 2024: Melbourne premiership star Angus Brayshaw retires

Melbourne premiership star Angus Brayshaw says he’s “devastated I can no longer play the game I love” after being forced to retire from football after medical experts determined it was unsafe for him to continue playing. In a devastating blow to the Demons on the eve of the season, the 28-year-old informed teammates on Thursday

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Top moments from Swift’s second Eras Melbourne concert

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Melbourne Lights Up Flinders Street Station to Welcome Swifties

Melbourne’s famous Flinders Street Station was lit up on Thursday, February 15, to welcome fans arriving for Taylor Swift’s series of concerts in the city. Footage by Cheryl Law shows the station’s facade featuring images of Swift alongside the message: “Welcome to Melbourne Swifties.” The Melbourne Cricket Ground welcomed 96,000 Swifties for the first of

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