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Michael Lynch, The Age's expert on soccer, has had extensive experience of high level journalism in the UK and Australia. Michael has covered the Socceroos through Asia, Europe and South America in their past three World Cup campaigns. He has also reported on Grands Prix and top class motor sport from Asia and Europe. He has won several national media awards for both sports and industry journalism.

Time waits for no one as Western Melbourne begin recruitment in earnest

Time waits for no one as Western Melbourne begin recruitment in earnest

Western Melbourne Group were a surprise to many when they won the third Victorian A-League licence, but they are racing to set up for next season.

  • by Michael Lynch

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Glory game a six-pointer as City look to rebound

Glory game a six-pointer as City look to rebound

Melbourne City fell to a surprise defeat to Central Coast midweek, and Warren Joyce's side must bounce back against league leaders Perth Glory on Saturday.

  • by Michael Lynch
Jockeys going for boundaries in fund-raiser for those killed in action

Jockeys going for boundaries in fund-raiser for those killed in action

Nineteen riders have been killed in racing or track-work accidents this century alone. On Monday a fund-raising cricket match is being held.

  • by Michael Lynch
Loss to Mariners highlights City's need for a clinical finisher
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Loss to Mariners highlights City's need for a clinical finisher

Melbourne City's need was clearly shown when they monopolised possession against the Mariners. Can they find one in the transfer window?

  • by Michael Lynch
Victory's strength in depth will keep them right in title race
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Victory's strength in depth will keep them right in title race

Melbourne Victory's 5-0 romp over Brisbane Roar shows the strength in depth of Kevin Muscat's squad and why that stands them in good stead for title assault.

  • by Michael Lynch
Hutchinson a target for Western Melbourne

Hutchinson a target for Western Melbourne

Western Melbourne Group could target former Central Coast Mariners title-winning captain John Hutchinson for an assistant coaching position.

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Godolphin eyes two-year-old hat-trick

Godolphin eyes two-year-old hat-trick

Exhilarates impressive victory in the Magic Millions last weekend gives Godolphin chance to land a multi million hat trick in the big two-year-old races.

  • by Michael Lynch
City get Berenguer boost for danger game

City get Berenguer boost for danger game

Melbourne City has been given a boost ahead of its banana skin game against Central Coast on Wednesday night with the return to action of French midfielder Florin Berenguer.

  • by Michael Lynch
Former Victory assistant Davies relishing the challenge in Brisbane

Former Victory assistant Davies relishing the challenge in Brisbane

Darren Davies knows Kevin Muscat's game plan well, having been his assistant for several seasons. Now in charge at Roar, he is plotting Victory's downfall

  • by Michael Lynch
Winx would be All Star standout but only wild card likely to lure her

Winx would be All Star standout but only wild card likely to lure her

If Racing Victoria officials could lure Winx south for the All Star Mile then they would be delighted. But they concede that it's unlikely.

  • by Michael Lynch
'King' Kenny takes another step in transition to A-League regular

'King' Kenny takes another step in transition to A-League regular

Kenny Athiu has taken a while to settle into full time professionalism at Melbourne Victory, but he is improving and made a big contribution to win over Jets.

  • by Michael Lynch