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PFA slams 'abhorrent' online abuse of Matildas

Matildas players have suffered "abhorrent" abuse online following claims of sexual abuse and harassment within women's soccer, their union said.

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Australian football set for radical overhaul

Australia's professional football leagues will undergo a major change, with the men and women's competitions unified under a new "A-Leagues" banner.

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A-League, W-League pushed back over COVID

The A-League's 2021-22 season has been delayed, with organisers postponing the start in hope COVID-19 restrictions will ease across the country.

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A-League to use DPs; W-League gets pay rise

A-League clubs will be able to have up to three high-profile players outside of the salary cap, while W-League players will earn a pay rise.

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Matildas omit Foord, call on fresh faces

Australia have called up a number of fresh faces but will be without Caitlin Foord in the coming friendly international against Republic of Ireland.

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Exclusive: How the W-League will look next season

ESPN can reveal that Western United and Wellington Phoenix loom as favourites for inclusion in a potential 11-team W-League for the 2021-22 season.

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Celtic's Ange Postecoglou era begins

Celtic and Ange Postecoglou are getting to know one another, while APL's Danny Townsend chats to ESPN about A-League marquees and youth development.