Warming up for a Perth Glory clinic on Saturday morning while FFA was holding a press conference in Sydney, Glory staff informed waiting media that Kerr would be available for comment.

However, Perth Now has reported that the Glory staff later backtracked and said the FFA had dictated the 25-year-old would not speak.

Kerr has been able to speak to former US national team member Aly Wagner. 

The two-time Olympic gold medalist said Kerr was “extremely disappointed” by the move, and “players are a little in the dark as to what’s going on.”

The news comes after more Matildas took to Twitter on Sunday to express their thoughts on the situation. 

Players are set to gather on Monday for a two-day leadership and culture workshop involving PFA and experts from the Australian Institute of Sport and Melbourne Business School.