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Australia Westfield W-League Season Preview

Australia Westfield W-League Season Preview

Tim Grainey October 15, 2015 14

An exciting new season in Australia’s Westfield W-League begins this weekend, its eighth consecutive season, which has seen interesting developments on and off the field during the off-season. For the 2015-16 season, the league

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Haiti replaces Australia as US opponent for Sept.

Haiti replaces Australia as US opponent for Sept.

Jeff Kassouf September 10, 2015 175

Australia is out and Haiti is in as the United States women’s national team’s opponent in two matches on their World Cup victory tour later this month. The games will be played in Detroit

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Australia won’t play USWNT in scheduled games

Australia won’t play USWNT in scheduled games

Jeff Kassouf September 10, 2015 152

Australia will not play the United States in two matches this month, as originally planned. That announcement came from Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop on Thursday. The matches are a casualty of

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Australia women go on strike; US matches in doubt

Australia women go on strike; US matches in doubt

Jeff Kassouf September 8, 2015 163

Australia’s two-game series with the United States is in jeopardy after Matildas players went on strike in the latest move over Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations. Australia is scheduled to play the United States on

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US to play Australia in Detroit, Alabama in Sept.

US to play Australia in Detroit, Alabama in Sept.

The Equalizer Staff July 21, 2015 45

The United States women’s national team will play Australia twice at home in September as part of the team’s 10-game victory tour for its 2015 Women’s World Cup triumph. Ford Field in Detroit will

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WNY Flash sign Australian Heyman; waive Angeli

WNY Flash sign Australian Heyman; waive Angeli

The Equalizer Staff July 8, 2015 9

The Western New York Flash have signed Australian international Michelle Heyman for the rest of the NWSL season, as first reported by The Equalizer’s Dan Lauletta. Heyman started two games for Australia at the

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Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Women’s World Cup — the 23 who fell short

Dan Lauletta July 7, 2015 56

The United States won the World Cup for the third time on Sunday.  Their story has been well documented through the year and particularly over the last month.  But what about the other 23?

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Stajcic says better team won, but Australia gaining

Stajcic says better team won, but Australia gaining

Dan Lauletta June 27, 2015 24

EDMONTON, Alberta — Australia coach Alen Stajcic was blunt in his assessment of Saturday’s 1-0 quarterfinal loss to world champion Japan. “Today I thought the better team won,” he said On a stifling afternoon

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Japan strike late to beat Australia, 1-0

Japan strike late to beat Australia, 1-0

Dan Lauletta June 27, 2015 61

EDMONTON, Alberta — Second-half substitute Mana Iwabuchi got on the end of a busted corner kick in the 88th minute to send holders Japan back to the semifinals with a 1-0 victory over Australia.

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World Cup quarterfinal preview: Japan-Australia

World Cup quarterfinal preview: Japan-Australia

Dan Lauletta June 27, 2015 26

Japan vs Australia When: Saturday, 4 p.m., EDT Where: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton TV:  NBC Universo, NBCDeportes.com Team records: Japan 4-0-0 (1st, Group C; d. Netherlands, 2-1); Australia 2-1-1 (2nd, Group D; d. Brazil, 1-0) Best performance

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