A hectic summer schedule holds no fear for fefender Corey Brown, who says he’s “loved the move” to Melbourne Victory and is expecting a huge 2019 for the A-League outfit.
After losing their opening two games of the season, Victory have gone on an eight-game unbeaten run and Brown is anticipating more of the same in the New Year.
Along with another new recruit, Storm Roux, the former Brisbane Roar left back has played every minute of the campaign.
And despite back to back draws slowing their momentum, Kevin Muscat’s men are still top of the pile on goal difference with Perth Glory to play later today.
“Obviously it’s frustrating, you want to win every game and especially as we were in a good run of form there,” Brown said.
“We want to keep that going, it’s been halted a little, but in saying that we‘ve haven’t lost them so that’s also a positive.”
It doesn’t get any easier for Victory who play away to Western Sydney on Saturday in a hectic schedule of six games in 21 days.
But Brown added: "Fitness is not an issue with us. It’s all about playing games and recovering for the next one. I’m looking forward to it."
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