Melbourne City FC coach John van ‘t Schip was a relieved man after his side’s narrow 2-1 win over the plucky Edgeworth Eagles in the Westfield FFA Cup in Newcastle on Tuesday night.
Change is one of the great constants in football.
Every offseason, A-League clubs jostle and elbow for position as they seek to re-sign players and bring in fresh talent to jump-start their quest for glory in the coming season.
Melbourne City’s senior NPL side continued to build on their recent form on Saturday, recording a 2-2 draw with fellow NPL2 Eastern Conference side Murray United.
Melbourne City quarter Lydia Williams, Steph Catley, Tameka Yallop and Elise Kellond-Knight all started in the Matildas heart-breaking penalty shootout loss to Norway in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16 clash in Nice.
Earning their first point after a seven-game losing run, Melbourne City’s senior NPL side will hit the road this week looking to springboard themselves onto even bigger things as the season hits round 18.
City’s senior and U20s NPL sides will this week pack into busses to make