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Victory supporters group won’t dispand despite record penalties from Melbourne derby in December


The radical Melbourne Victory supporter group which previously apologised for its role in the violent A-League pitch invasion in December has now announced its refusal to disband.

Original Style Melbourne [OSM] is a fanatical group formed after the North Terrace disbanded in 2016 – and several fans burst onto the field during the Melbourne derby displaying their t-shirts.

Previously OSM issued two public apologies including a statement saying: ‘We strongly condemn the actions of a minority of active fans at yesterday’s derby’.

‘Our protest [against the sale of the A-League grand final] was intended to unite all fans.’

Now, the group has issued a fresh statement saying it will not disband as a result of the pitch invasion. 

It comes despite the A-League club being fined a record $550,000…



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