Football Australia to consider national bans for Cavallo abusers

Football Australia has not ruled out banning individuals found to have threatened or sent anti-gay slurs to Adelaide United footballer Josh Cavallo from organized football at a national level.  Cavallo, who became the only openly gay top-flight male professional player currently playing in world football when he came out last October, took to his Instagram … Continue reading Football Australia to consider national bans for Cavallo abusers

Aivi Luik is back with the Matildas — does it bode well for Australia ahead of Women’s Asian Cup?

Set to welcome a familiar, and previously thought lost, face back to the fold, Tony Gustavsson and the Australia women's national team head to this month's AFC Women's Asian Cup seeking to remove the rod the Swedish coach has constructed for their own backs. Full story published in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australia-ausw/story/4564541/aivi-luik-is-back-with-the-matildas-does-it-bode-well-for-australia-ahead-of-womens-asian-cup

Football Australia stays silent as John Aloisi argues against biennial World Cups

Socceroos legend John Aloisi and Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) have joined the growing international chorus against FIFA's push for a biennial World Cup, with it still unclear what Football Australia's position on the controversial proposal is. Full story published in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australia-aus/story/4553059/football-australia-stays-silent-as-john-aloisi-argues-against-biennial-world-cups

10 Matildas bolters who could rocket into the mix for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup this season

Every part of this A-League Women season will be viewed through the prism of the upcoming 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. JOEY LYNCH runs the rule over the players who could rocket into Tony Gustavsson’s Matildas plans with a big domestic campaign. Full story published in Optus Sport: https://sport.optus.com.au/articles/os36046/10-matildas-bolters-world-cup-gustavsson-aleague-women