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Standout season has Cooper keen for more

Standout season has Cooper keen for more

Caitlin Cooper hopes to maintain her top form from a standout 2016-17 W-League campaign at the Wanderers throughout the Illawarra Stingrays season as the defensive star eyes more Matildas action over the next 12 months.
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2017 NWSL: An Australian/W-League Quick Guide

Just as the autumn follows summer, so does the NWSL follow the W-League. Last W-League more NWSL players than ever headed down to the Australian shores which means that there is plenty of interest for W-League followers as the fifth season of the US National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) kicks off this weekend. With the NWSL signing ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Aussies find homes in Asia and Europe

As always its a long W-League off-season but in recent years a number of the top players have been able to find homes overseas in Asia, Europe and North America. Here is a quick wrap of where the Aussies are in Asia and Europe. Asia Caitlin Foord, Vegalta Sendai (Japan) After spending the last three seasons in ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Union plan to boost W-League pay and put women’s soccer on top of the world

Michael Lynch Australia can win Olympic gold in soccer at the Tokyo Games and the women’s World Cup in 2023 if proposed development pathways are adopted, the players’ union says. Professional Footballers Australia on Tuesday unveiled a pathway for development of women’s soccer that targets a minimum earnings package of $60,000 a year for the top 60 […]
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WOMENSOCCER.COM.AU

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Four Four Two’s summary of the PFA roadmap

Aimed at revolutionising the sport by transforming the W-League, the roadmap outlines the way forward in establishing a genuine professional pathway for women. The plan was developed in consultation with PFA members following the findings of the player association’s Work Place Conditions Report. The Roadmap makes a number of key recommendations, including: 60 @ 60: […]
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WOMENSOCCER.COM.AU

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Brush looking to end AFLW season on a high

Having spent years plying her round-ball trade in some of the world's top leagues, Matildas representative Ellie Brush is about to add a season of AFLW for the Giants to her impressive resume.
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NINE.COM.AU

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#FFW Player Profile: Kaitlyn Torpey

[Images: Jason O’Brien/Getty Images] From taking up football at age nine to becoming a Westfield W-League regular within eight years, Kaitlyn Torpey’s whirlwind ascent to the top tier of women’s football in Australia has been truly remarkable. In 2014, fewer than five years after switching from hockey, the Brisbane local earned selection into the coveted […]
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Roar's Tameka Butt celebrating #iwd2017

Roar's Tameka Butt celebrating #iwd2017

This morning our Westfield W-League star Tameka Butt was on Channel 10's Toasted TV showcasing her talents and having a bit of fun to celebrate International Women's Day 2017!
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BRISBANEROAR.COM.AU

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W-League coach: We can't stagnate

W-League coach: We can't stagnate

Newcastle Jets W-League coach Craig Deans wants a sense of urgency and proactive mentality in bringing women’s football back to No.1 position in the women's sporting pecking order.
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FOURFOURTWO.COM.AU

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Women’s sport weekly wrap: Time to broadcast the W-League

This week, one of Australia’s favourite footballers, Lisa de Vanna from Canberra United, was slapped with a one-game suspension for her behaviour during a W-League game. At around the 110th minute of the semi-final between Canberra and Melbourne City Women, match officials missed de Vanna charging into the back of captain-coach Jess Fishlock in an […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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Matildas upbeat despite Chloe Logarzo absence in Portugal

Matildas will be without Chloe Logarzo for the Algarve Cup in Portugal. The Matildas will have to contest the Algarve Cup without Chloe Logarzo after the midfielder suffered a setback in her recovery from ankle surgery. Logarzo travelled to Portugal last week ready to play with the Australian women's team for the first time since their Rio Olympics quarterfinal run last August. But the 22-year-old, who missed the W-League season with Newcastle, has since developed bone bruising that will delay her return until at least April when the Norwegian season with new club Avaldsnes...
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De Vanna suspended in a case that could set new precedent

On 23 February 2017, Canberra United forward Lisa De Vanna received a mandatory one match suspension for Serious Unsporting Conduct by the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Football Federation of Australia (FFA DEC). Not only was this the first time a W-League player has brought before the FFA DEC, it was also the first ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Chidiac dreaming of W-League contract

SA-BORN Alex Chidiac is hoping to be one of the women to earn the ambitious soccer players union $60,000 annual contract for 60 players and to make the Matildas number one in the world.
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The Week In Women’s Football: Carli Lloyd joins Man City; Matildas name Algarve Cup squad; Melbourne City defends W-League crown

This week we update some news on the Australian national team's start towards building a team for the 2019 Women's World Cup in France, summarize the Westfield W-League Grand Final last week between host Perth Glory and Melbourne City, discuss some significant NWSL player movement and three new franchises entering the semiprofessional UWS league.
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