Defender Curtis Good
- Height 187cm
- Weight 85kg
- D.O.B. 23/3/93
- Born Melbourne
After spending seven years abroad, Australian defender Curtis Good re-joined Melbourne City FC in 2018.
Highly regarded as one of Australia's top prospects, the former Young Socceroos captain joined Newcastle United from Melbourne Heart in 2012.
Following a string of performances for Newcastle's senior and reserve team, Good earned his first appearance for the Socceroos in 2014, before picking up a hip injury. Good enjoyed loan spells with Bradford City and Dundee United in the English Football League Two and Scottish Premiership respectively, before returning to his hometown club.
Since returning to City during the 2018/19 pre-season, Good has showcased his versatility in defence, as well as his football intellect and strength in a defensive dual. Signing a two-year contract extension ahead of the 2019/20 season, the 26-year-old will continue to bolster City's defence.
Key Battle: Good v Gordon
After a significant win over Sydney that snapped a disappointing string of results, Melbourne City FC will look to start putting some positive results together when they take on Western Sydney Wanderers this Tuesday. Curtis Good has been one of City's most consistent performer
Melbourne City FC locks in key defensive duo
Melbourne City FC can today announce the contract extensions of centre back Curtis Good and Olyroos goalkeeper Tom Glover. Both players were contracted until the end of this season but Good has now signed a three-year extension while Glover has extended for a further two seas
Key Battle: Good v Jakobsen
Melbourne City FC will be looking to build on Tuesday's season opening win when it takes on Adelaide United on Sunday evening. Both teams held clean sheets in their round 1 fixtures and will be looking to go another 90 minutes without conceding when the clock hits 6.05pm on Su
Good: Consistency is key
City's defensive group is set to be very similar to last year, and centre-back Curtis Good said the sense of familiarity and consistency at the back will be key heading into the 2020/21 A-League season. "It's a very important thing to have (consistency and familiarity), especi