Month: August 2017

Features

Cheryl Salisbury to receive PFA’s highest honour – Alex Tobin Medal

Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) have announced that former Matildas captain and Australian football legend Cheryl Salisbury will be awarded their highest honour, the Alex Tobin Medal. The first women to be awarded the PFA’s most prestigious prize, Salisbury – who is the highest capped Australian…

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W-League

Survey identifies opportunities for W-League growth

Following the conclusion of the 2016/17 W-League, The Women’s Game conducted a survey of W-League supports in Australia and internationally to gain an understanding of how they interact with the W-League. The aim of the survey was to gain an understanding of how supporters of…

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Analysis

5 Things Learned: Tournament of Nations

The 2017 Tournament of Nations saw Australia claim their first piece of silverware since the 2010 AFC Asian Cup. While the tournament was an invitational, the calibre of opponent was an opportunity for the Matildas coaching staff and the public to learn more about the…

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Perth Glory

Nicola Bolger and Marianna Tabain head west to Perth Glory

Season 9 W-League Grand Finalists Perth Glory have signed former Matildas midfielder Nicola Bolger for the upcoming W-League season. Lost in the news of the Matildas Tournament of Nations, Bolger joins the Glory from her long time club Sydney FC moving interstate for the first…

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Features

Coach’s Corner: Alen Stajcic discusses Tournament of Nations

Against two of the top six nations in the world, Australia has so far recorded not only two positive results but also put in two positive performances for very different reasons. The Tournament of Nations provided an opportunity for Australian head coach Alen Stajcic to…

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