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Muscat 'happy to wait' for next opportunity

Western United FC show a glimpse of the preparations going into their debut season in the A-League.

Last Wednesday, Melbourne Victory played a match for the first time in its 15-year history without counting Kevin Muscat as a member of staff.

Muscat, the former Socceroos captain, was Victory's foundation captain, who on retirement went straight to the backroom team.

Succeeding his friend and confidant Ange Postecoglou as senior coach, Muscat presided over Victory for almost six years; the longest and most successful spell at the league's most biggest club.

That is, until May, when he called time...

Kurz flags more signings at Melbourne Victory

Paul Mariner rates the latest transfer rumours surrounding Neymar, Mauro Icardi, Leroy Sane, Mesut Ozil and David Neres.
Western United FC show a glimpse of the preparations going into their debut season in the A-League.

Marco Kurz says Melbourne Victory are still in the market for "at least four or five" new signings ahead of the A-League season.

Kurz will make his debut as Victory coach when Melbourne take on Newcastle in the FFA Cup on Wednesday night with just two senior signings made: Returning Socceroos pair Robbie Kruse and Andrew Nabbout.

Kruse has been ruled out with a leg muscle injury while Nabbout will resume his Victory career four years after leaving Melbourne and soaring into the national team with...

Nabbout joins Kruse as Victory strengthen for new season

Ian Darke and Stewart Robson discuss the impact Dani Ceballos could have at Arsenal and the threat he poses to Mesut Ozil.
With the summer transfer window coming to an end, Sid Lowe says Barcelona will probably have to overpay to get Neymar to Camp Nou.
Paul Mariner sifts through the latest transfer rumours, including a potential key loss for Manchester City and Keylor Navas' future at Real Madrid.

Andrew Nabbout has signed for Melbourne Victory, rounding out what has been an impressive week on the transfers front for Marco Kurz's side.

Former Newcastle Jets flyer Nabbout, who last played for the Victory in 2015, is back in the A-League after a 16-month with Urawa Red Diamonds in Japan. He joins fellow Socceroos mainstay Robbie Kruse, who signed for the Victory on Tuesday.

Kruse, 30, said as soon as he heard Victory were interested in him, the feeling was mutual.

"Once my agent spoke to me...

Suwon Bluewings sign Antonis from Melbourne Victory

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop remains pessimistic that Arsenal can manage any big name transfers, despite Unai Emery's comments that they might.
Lothar Matthaus speaks exclusively to ESPN FC about the potential transfer of Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich, who he feels could be a huge get for the German giants.
Julien Laurens believes Juventus got a "good deal" for Matthijs de Ligt when compared with the fees touted for other defenders this transfer window.

Terry Antonis is leaving A-League club Melbourne Victory for South Korea.

Antonis has signed with K-League team Suwon Bluewings, after spending the past 18 months with Victory.

The 25-year-old, who has three Socceroos caps, had previous overseas stints in Greece and the Netherlands after starting his career at Sydney FC.

Cassio's son picked for Australian Joeys squad
- David Gallop set to stand down as FFA boss
- Kurz planning squad overhaul at Melbourne Victory

"Terry accomplished a lot...

Victory lure Kruse back to Melbourne

With the summer transfer window coming to an end, Sid Lowe says Barcelona will probably have to overpay to get Neymar to Camp Nou.
Paul Mariner sifts through the latest transfer rumours, including a potential key loss for Manchester City and Keylor Navas' future at Real Madrid.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop remains pessimistic that Arsenal can manage any big name transfers, despite Unai Emery's comments that they might.

Robbie Kruse is returning to the A-League and Melbourne Victory.

The 30-year-old Socceroos attacker has signed a two-year contract with Victory, the club he played for from 2009-2011.

Kruse has spent the past eight years playing in Germany's first and second divisions, with a Chinese sojourn in 2017.

"To have the opportunity to come back to the A-League and represent Victory again is really special," Kruse said in a statement on Tuesday.

- Cassio's son picked for Australian Joeys squad
- Kurz planning...