Melbourne assistant coach has talked about their performance in the recent weeks.
After a good run of games on the road,Melbourne City
welcomes a few games at home. After defeating defending champions
last week, they have also defeated
in their Tuesday match, showing themselves as one of the big teams in the A-League.
Melbourne’s head coach wasn’t able to be with his team due to his sickness, and his assistant coach took over in their victory over Western Sydney.
"We've done our travels early,"
said City assistant coach Des Buckingham, who ran the side in Kisnorbo's absence
"We've been to Brisbane, Adelaide, we're now up here (in Sydney), then Mariners, the Jets.
"Staying (in Melbourne) really helps because every time we travel we lose not just one day, we lose two days for preparation and travel."
And Wanderers coach talked about the penalty that helped their opponents score the second goal.
"I'm feeling sorry for Jimmy (Troisi) because I think it's actually hit his leg before it's hit his arm,"
"There was an incident earlier on the season at Newcastle when someone cleared it against their own arm and it's not a penalty.
"So I just don't know but it's starting to make me not enjoy it."