City look to deny the odds against Sydney FC

After a season that surpassed most external expectations, Melbourne City and their coach Rado Vidošić believe they have the quality to continue the surprises and upset Sydney FC in their A-League Women’s semi-final.  Belying assumptions that the 2021-22 ALW season was a two-horse race between Sydney and Melbourne Victory, City stormed past the latter and … Continue reading City look to deny the odds against Sydney FC

Professional Footballers Australia open to domestic transfer system or salary cap, not both

Professional Footballers Australia believes any introduction of a domestic transfer system (DTS) into Australian football must be collectively bargained, and that, "fundamentally," it cannot accept both a DTS and salary cap, PFA co-chief executive Beau Busch has told ESPN. Full story published in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league-men/story/4611183/professional-footballers-australia-open-to-domestic-transfer-system-or-salary-capnot-both

A-Leagues need to be better at engaging fans – Danny Townsend

Though optimistic about the future, Australian Professional Leagues (APL) chief Danny Townsend has admitted to ESPN that the A-Leagues need to better engage the Australian footballing public on their purpose and direction. Full story in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league-men/story/4605289/a-leagues-need-to-be-better-at-engaging-fans-danny-townsend

City to rally around Holly McNamara after “devastating” ACL injury

As he prepares his side for their "most difficult game so far" against Brisbane Roar, Melbourne City A-League Women coach Rado Vidošić says the club will rally around Holly McNamara as the dynamic youngster looks to recover from a rupture to her ACL. McNamara, one of the standout performers of the 2021-22 ALW campaign in … Continue reading City to rally around Holly McNamara after “devastating” ACL injury