The caretaker coach of embattled A-League club Melbourne Victory says the players are playing for their future in the wake of Saturday’s embarrassing 7-0 drubbing at the hands of crosstown rivals Melbourne City.
- Victory is hoping to appoint a permanent head coach soon
- Caretaker coach Steve Kean says he will not seek to take the role permanently
- Club legend Archie Thompson said he was “a bit gobsmacked” by the team’s recent performance
The thrashing prompted Victory to sack head coach Grant…