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 By AAP

Melbourne City's focus on defence paying dividends - Eugene Galekovic

Melbourne City came out victorious against their cross-town rivals Victory in a spiteful derby, despite keeping Tim Cahill on the bench for almost 80 minutes.

During his 11 seasons with Adelaide United, veteran goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic was well aware of his new A-League club Melbourne City's frailties, as well as their strengths.

City have long been known for their attacking prowess, but also their leaky defence.

"We knew we could get at them defensively but we would concede as well," Galekovic said on Monday.

City have spent the start of A-League season focused on defence, and after two rounds it appears to be working as they sit atop the ladder and...

Ross McCormack leaves Aston Villa to join Melbourne City on loan

Jason Dasey and Nick Ward give their early thoughts and predictions ahead of the 2017/18 A-League.

Melbourne City have announced the loan signing of £12 million Scotland international Ross McCormack from Aston Villa to ensure their A-League title hopes aren't wrecked by Bruno Fornaroli's absence.

Warren Joyce's side confirmed the injury replacement signing, subject to a medical, of McCormack on Friday. The 31-year-old forward will land in Melbourne on Monday and will be eligible to play for as long as Fornaroli, who suffered an ankle injury last month in the FFA Cup, is sidelined.

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Holders Melbourne City go out of FFA Cup as Adelaide United progress

Alex Brosque celebrates his strike for Sydney FC.

Melbourne City's reign as FFA Cup holders ended in lacklustre fashion as Sydney FC eased to a 2-0 quarterfinal victory at Leichhardt Oval on Wednesday.

Goals early in each half from Jordy Buijs and Alex Brosque sealed a deserved victory for a Sky Blues side chasing a maiden cup win to add to last year's A-League crown.

There were few signs of a repeat of last season's well-matched and occasionally tempestuous final between the two sides.

Sydney FC largely dominated the contest, although genuine...