Ange Postecoglou insists Melbourne Victory can go all the way in their A-League finals campaign despite a lacklustre finish to the season.With only two wins from their last eight games of the regular season, Victory head into the finals riding a wave of sketchy form - although they did enjoy a hard-fought 3-2 away win over Wellington on Sunday.
Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou says his side have failed to gain the momentum he wanted heading into the A-League finals series.With a top-two spot all but out of the question after being belted 6-2 by Central Coast in February, Postecoglou set his sights on finishing the season strongly.
Melbourne Victory secured third place in the A-League and consigned Wellington Phoenix to the wooden spoon with a 3-2 victory on Sunday.With less than 10 minutes to go it looked like the teams were heading for a draw, which would have lifted the Phoenix above Melbourne Heart following their loss to Central Coast the previous day.
Teenage defender Jason Geria will start for Melbourne Victory against Wellington Phoenix on Sunday.There is little on the line when the clubs go head-to-head in the A-League at the Westpac Stadium, but Victory coach Ange Postecoglou said Geria, 19, will get the chance to stake his claims ahead of Victory's finals campaign.
Wellington Phoenix are determined to end a terrible season on a positive note when they take on Melbourne Victory on Sunday.A turbulent A-League campaign, which eventually cost coach Ricki Herbert his job, ends at Westpac Stadium this weekend.