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Fahid Ben Khalfallah set to leave Melbourne Victory

Fahid Ben Khalfallah
Tunisia international Fahid Ben Khalfallah has made 74 appearances for the Victory, scoring 12 goals.

Melbourne Victory's Tunisian attacker Fahid Ben Khalfallah will depart the A-League club at season's end.

Ben Khalfallah, 34, won the club's player of the year award in Victory's 2014-15 double-winning side.

Ahead of Sunday's semifinal with Brisbane Roar -- potentially his last match for the Victory -- Ben Khalfallah confirmed he would be moving on.

"It is going to be my last games at Victory and hopefully I am going to do it carrying the trophy," Ben Khalfallah told the Herald Sun.

He has been linked with Newcastle Jets, a move that teammate Daniel Georgievski will make in the off-season.

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Ben Khalfallah and Victory endured a mid-season dispute as the attacker approached a trigger-point in his contract that would have earned him a one-year extension.

Coach Kevin Muscat didn't pick the winger for three games as a result.

Ben Khalfallah is at peace with the decision, and is focused on winning a second championship.

"Everyone's got personal issues, but I think right now we all just have to concentrate on finals," Ben Khalfallah.

"We all remember what happened two years ago and I want to live that again."

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