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South sign Lucy Adamopoulos from West Adelaide

South Melbourne FC is excited to announce the mid-season signing of former Adelaide United utility Lucy Adamopoulos for the remainder of the 2017 season. 23-Year-Old Adamopoulos has also crossed over from sister-club West Adelaide Hellas, where her flexibility and leadership on the park was a standout feature in her game. A bubbly personality, Adamopoulos is someone who will immediately add additional character to our squad. Above all this, her composure on the ball has given Adamopoulos the ability to play in a range of positions, either across the back four or through many advanced positions through midfield and up front. She also provides another strong choice at both corners and free kicks. Speaking to smfc.com.au, SMFC Women’s Football Director Gabrielle Giuliano was pleased with the acquisition. “Lucy is a great fit for our club, both on and off the park. Her leadership qualities attained at W-League level blended with her ability with the ball at her feet gives as another versatile acquisition as we push towards the second half of the season” We welcome Lucy to SMFC and wish her all the best for her time at the club.
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SMFC.COM.AU

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Expert: Time not right for W-League expansion

Women’s football expert Cheryl Downes believes Football Federation Australia (FFA)’s decision to delay Central Coast Mariners’ entry into the W-League is the correct decision. The Mariners had been plotting to introduce a W-League team ready for the 2017-18 season, but FFA knocked the move on the head on Thursday. The competition will remain as a […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

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Delay for Mariners W-League re-entry

The 2017/18 W-League season will commence with 9 teams with Football Federation Australia confirm that the Central Coast Mariners’ application has been delayed. FFA’s correspondence stated that its position in relation to a 10th club will be revisited in 12 months. The confirmation also outlined several issues to be resolved including a requirement for adequate ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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CLUB STATEMENT: Mariners W-League introduction delayed

CLUB STATEMENT: Mariners W-League introduction delayed

The Central Coast Mariners have received confirmation from the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) that they will not be moving to a ten team format for the 17/18 Westfield W-League season – delaying the introduction of a CCM W-League team.
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CCMARINERS.COM.AU

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Media MVP Award for WLeague

Media MVP Award honours women’s football veteran Penny Tanner Media MVP Award honours women’s football veteran Penny Tanner TWG STAFF 30 April 2017 Since the 2013/14 W-League season, the writers and photographers of The Women’s Game have voted to recognise the top performers of the W-League. This season TWG has expanded the voting pool to […]
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WOMENSOCCER.COM.AU

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Ante Juric returns to Sydney FC as head coach

Former FFA Technical Director Ante Juric has been appointed the new coach for Sydney FC for the upcoming 201/18 W-League season. Juric becomes the third coach for the Sky Blues after Dan Barrett stepped down last month following two and half seasons in charge. “It’s a privilege to be coaching at a big club like ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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W-League players direct compensate deal

Adelaide United’s Stella Rigon … personification for $60 a game. Picture Sarah Reed AUSTRALIA’S womanlike soccer players are seeking for a smallest $11,500 salary in a lass common negotiate agreement, as a diversion faces a outrageous plea from a a AFL’s women’s competition. The proposal, if adopted, is approaching to pull a cost of using […]
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