Posts Tagged "W-League"

I received a text message on Monday morning, right after my live blog of the thrilling draw between the Matildas and the USA.

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In an effort to keep the best players in the A-League on the pitch for the entire season, the FFA has decided to pause the A-League during international windows next season.

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What I would give to have been sitting in the row behind the FIFA delegates as they flew home following their Australian visit.

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Melbourne City’s historic W-League triumph was bittersweet for Kyah Simon, who will have a scan on Monday to determine if she can join the Matildas at the Algarve Cup.

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Melbourne City have won their third W-League title, defeating Sydney FC at Allianz Stadium on a sapping afternoon.

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Match result Melbourne City have won their third W-League title, defeating Sydney FC at Allianz Stadium on a sapping afternoon.

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Tonight’s W-League grand final will be stacked with Matildas but two imports could prove the difference between Sydney FC and Melbourne City.

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This Sunday, the tenth edition of the W-League will come to a close when the Grand Final is contested between Sydney FC and Melbourne City.

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The chance to create more W-League history will be driving Melbourne City in their grand final clash with Sydney FC on Sunday.

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Match result: It’ll be Sydney FC and Melbourne City in next week’s W-League grand final after the visitors rolled the Brisbane Roar 2-0 on Sunday.

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Sydney FC has stretched their unbeaten run to 10 matches with a nervy 3-2 extra-time win over Newcastle Jets to reach next weekend’s W-League grand final, but the victory came at a high cost.

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The big winners from an entertaining weekend of football were Brisbane Roar and Western Sydney Wanderers, even if it was not immediately apparent.

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This isn’t just another expansion article; this time it’s specific to the W-League and the expansion part is already handled. Instead this article looks at how to structure up a ten-team league in a short summer window.

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2017 was a significant year for Geelong football in so many ways but most importantly it was the year when the world game finally came of age in the seaside town.

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2018 is a crucial year for football in Australia, particularly in the women’s game.

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What a difference two weeks makes in football. Teams in the bottom half are taking big scalps, Canberra’s finding form and the premiers are wobbling.

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There are many women in football, but only one has been described to me as a ‘non-stop smile’. That footballer is Michelle Heyman.

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For years, Kat Smith has been regarded as one of the best technical directors in Victorian football. Now, she’s one of the top female coaches in the country.

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Melbourne Victory beat cross-town rivals City 2-1 in a cracking Melbourne derby yesterday. The match was highly anticipated with many fans excited about a game between two fierce rivals who have delivered many exciting contests in recent times.

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With four weeks to go with eight teams technically still in the hunt for the premiership, here is a look at what’s in store, the danger games and the best and worst case scenarios for the entire W-League in current ladder order.

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