South Melbourne FC secure NPL Victoria Men’s Premiership 2022

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South Melbourne FC have secured the National Premier Leagues Victoria Men’s Premiership with a sensational 1-0 defeat of Dandenong City at Melbourne’s Lakeside Stadium on Saturday.

Marcus Schroen scored the winning goal on the day to give the Club a valuable three points and a well deserved Premiership after the home and away season.

South Melbourne coach, Esteban Quintas, said after the match that he was very “happy” with the outcome.

“I’m happy for the boys because they work very hard. It’s fantastic, they deserve it,” Quintas told South Melbourne FC TV (SMFC TV).

“The fans are fantastic and now we need them in the semi-final. We need them with us. These players deserve it.”

Esteban becomes only one of ten managers across the history of the Club who has taken home the Premiers Plate for finishing top of the table.

The win is the first time in six years the Club has won the Premiership.

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