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Stan Sport could be keen on A-League - but only if it stays in summer

Stan Sport could be keen on A-League - but only if it stays in summer

Football Australia’s power to dictate the timing of the A-League and W-League seasons is about to come into sharp focus as discussions continue with potential broadcasters.

  • by Vince Rugari

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‘I just couldn’t see straight’: McCormick’s injury scare

‘I just couldn’t see straight’: McCormick’s injury scare

I had to reset my brain to zero, lie in dark rooms and avoid light: Matildas defender Jenna McCormick reveals how hard it is to recover from concussion.

  • by Michael Lynch
Foursome display proves Sydney FC are the team to beat

Foursome display proves Sydney FC are the team to beat

Billed as a potential grand final preview, the Sky Blues swept aside Canberra United on Monday with an easy 4-0 victory.

  • by Vince Rugari
Heyman eyes W-League record, Matildas return as comeback season gathers pace

Heyman eyes W-League record, Matildas return as comeback season gathers pace

Twenty months after Michelle Heyman seemingly hung up her boots for good, the Canberra United striker is in the form of her life.

  • by Vince Rugari
Boot on the other foot as Sydney gain grand final revenge over City

Boot on the other foot as Sydney gain grand final revenge over City

Sydney FC can still harbour dreams of a perfect season after gaining revenge for last season’s W-League decider with a 2-0 win over Melbourne City.

  • by Michael Lynch
‘Wasn’t good enough’: Micah urges W-League to step up stadium security

‘Wasn’t good enough’: Micah urges W-League to step up stadium security

Melbourne City goalkeeper was targeted with bottles, cans and abuse by Victory fans in recent derby. She wants W-league to boost security to ensure safety.

  • by Michael Lynch
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Brassed off: Senator takes aim at Foxtel over latest W-League gaffe

Brassed off: Senator takes aim at Foxtel over latest W-League gaffe

Viewers of Friday night’s W-League clash were confronted with pictures of a broadcast worker in his bedroom with a tuba prominently placed in the background - the third such production error to have impacted the competition this season.

  • by Vince Rugari
Spirited City fightback falls short against Roar

Spirited City fightback falls short against Roar

Melbourne City goalkeeper Teagan Micah’s heroics and a spirited fightback was not enough to steal a win from the high-riding Brisbane Roar.

  • by Michael Lynch
Why there’s no place like Cromer for Sydney FC’s W-League team

Why there’s no place like Cromer for Sydney FC’s W-League team

Sunday’s clash with the Newcastle Jets is technically not the first home game of the season for Sydney FC, but it will feel like it.

  • by Vince Rugari
Melbourne City men and women full strength for Sunday double-header

Melbourne City men and women full strength for Sunday double-header

Melbourne City’s male and female teams play a double-header at AAMI Park on Sunday and are at very different places in their seasons.

  • by Michael Lynch
Victory show grit to bounce back

Victory show grit to bounce back

Melbourne Victory got their W-League campaign back on track with a gutsy 1-0 win against league leaders Adelaide with a late goal by Catherine Zimmerman.

  • by Michael Lynch