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Charlie Agius

Players from the Past: Charlie Agius

Charlie Agius (il-Kiskisell) was born in Valletta on December 1, 1951. A natural striker, he was deadly in front of goal. His speed and agility caused problems to many defenders who, to their dismay, found that he could score goals at the least opportunity. Agius started kicking a ball around the open spaces of...

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Valletta vs Sliema W.

Matchday 17: Valletta 0 Sliema W. 0

Valletta and Sliema gave life to a thrilling encounter but despite the numerous chances that the teams created, they had to settle with a point in each following a goalless draw. For Sliema, this may look as a missed opportunity to cut the deficit with the top three after third-placed side Gżira United dropped...

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Valletta vs Gzira U

Matchday 16: Valletta 0 Gzira U 2

On Sunday, Valletta fell victims to a superior Gżira United side who managed to show all their qualities to grab full points at the expense of a team trying to pick up the broken pieces after the thrashing they got against leader Ħamrun. Gżira started brightly and took the lead on 22 minutes in...

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Ian Azzopardi

Players from the Past: Ian Azzopardi

Ian Azzopardi was born on August 12, 1982. Azzopardi began his football career with Floriana, and made his debut during the 2000–01 season in a match against Pieta Hotspurs. During that season Azzopardi notched up just two appearances for Floriana. In Season 2001-02, Azzopardi failed to secure a place in the first team and...

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Valletta vs Hamrun S

Matchday 15: Valletta 0 Hamrun S. 3

Ħamrun Spartans sent another real statement of their title credentials when they brushed aside Valletta in a dominant display at the Hibs Stadium. The Reds were clearly the better side on the day as for long stretches of the match they held control of proceedings with their high pressing giving little time for the...

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Gilbert Agius

Emotional Agius leaves Valletta FC to take over as Malta U-21 coach

The Malta Football Association has named Gilbert Agius as the new U-21 national team coach, replacing Silvio Vella whose contract was not extended. The decision is expected to be announced by MFA president Bjorn Vassallo during the association’s Executive Committee on Tuesday. Agius’ decision to accept the Malta FA’s offer ends a highly-successful spell...

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Valletta vs Balzan

Matchday 14: Valletta 1 Balzan 0

Antonio José Cardoso Mendes began his Valletta reign with a hard-earned 1-0 victory over Balzan to lift the club’s spirits. The victory moved Valletta up to eighth in the table with two games in hand. Miguel Alba scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot. It was Valletta’s first match in...

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Cassar Cup Final 1967-68

Valletta FC win last Cassar Cup Final

The last Cassar Cup final was won by Valletta FC. The Traditional cup fighters, the Citizens eliminated Floriana in the semi-finals. The game finished 3-3 on penalties and it had to be the toss of a coin to take Valletta FC to the final. Valletta’s opponents in the final were Sliema W. Before meeting...

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Valletta vs Lija A

Matchday 13: Valletta 2 Lija A 1

A pat on the back greeted Miguel Angel Alba at the end of the match and it was no less than the skillful winger deserved as he turned on an exhilarating performance of skill to help his team register back-to-back wins for the first time since September. Valletta were again down to the bare...

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Valletta vs Zejtun

Matchday 12: Valletta 2 Zejtun 1

A silver lining in the shape of a victory over Żejtun, stood out like a beacon among the dark clouds currently hovering over Valletta. Granted, it was not a composed performance by a depleted Valletta side but in terms of character and determination to keep their colours flying high, Gilbert Agius’s players definitely deserved...

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