On the Lam – Kisnorbo welcoming the versatility and leadership of new City signing

Melbourne City coach Patrick Kisnorbo has welcomed the versatility and leadership qualities that new signing Thomas Lam will bring to his two-time defending A-League Men premiers.  A day before they face Wellington Phoenix in the Australia Cup Round of 16, City announced the signing of 28-time Finland international Lam on Tuesday morning; the former PEC … Continue reading On the Lam – Kisnorbo welcoming the versatility and leadership of new City signing

Arsenal’s Lydia Williams leads alternate Matildas squad for Portugal, Spain friendlies

The Matildas will field an almost unrecognisable lineup for upcoming friendlies against Spain and Portugal after coach Tony Gustavsson named a 24-player squad on Monday absent a score of his side's highest-profile names. Full story in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australia-ausw/story/4684227/arsenals-lydia-williams-leads-alternate-matildas-squad-for-portugalspain-friendlies

‘It sounds crazy… but it’s now or never’: Why an entire generation of Aussies are on the move

With a World Cup little over a year away and the short A-League Women coupled with reading between the lines of head coach Tony Gustavsson's comments, the best way into his squad is heading overseas. And for many, it's a 'now or never' decision to make. Full story for Optus Sport: https://sport.optus.com.au/articles/os44038/womens-world-cup-2023-australia-matildas-a-league-women-overseas-moves

Socceroos keep World Cup hopes alive, despite worryingly slow start vs. UAE

The dream of a fifth-straight World Cup remains alive for the Socceroos. Despite the foibles that have come to define the team in recent years resurfacing across a frustrating opening hour, Australia downed the United Arab Emirates by 2-1 in an AFC playoff on Wednesday morning. Now, Australia's hopes of joining France, Denmark, and Tunisia … Continue reading Socceroos keep World Cup hopes alive, despite worryingly slow start vs. UAE

Football Australia set to present National Second Division models to potential clubs

A significant step towards the introduction of a men's national second division (NSD) has been reached, with Football Australia set to present "detailed financial work" to potential participating clubs following a June board meeting. Full story in ESPN: https://www.espn.com/soccer/australian-a-league-men/story/4679965/football-australia-set-to-present-national-second-division-models-to-potential-clubs