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women’s football

The Matildas: Why We Had No Other Choice

Matildas star Tameka Butt explains why her team took the action they did, outlining their hopes for the current and future generations of Matildas.

Editorial: Don’t Let the Matildas Strike Be in Vain

The Matildas this past week have put their game, reputation and futures on the line. Sportette’s message to the FFA and the PFA is, please don’t let it be all for nothing.

Tameka Butt

Tameka Butt is a midfielder for the Australian Women’s National Soccer Team, The Matildas.

Melissa Barbieri’s Fight to be Mother and Matilda

When Melissa Barbieri became a mother, she had no idea she’d have to fight a system just to play again. Now, at 35, she’s headed for her 4th World Cup.

Katrina Gorry Living the Dream…a World Away From Here

Katrina Gorry is Asia’s best footballer but leads very different lives back home to abroad. When overseas she can live every female footballer’s dream.

Seen and Heard – It’s Time to Speak Up

Nothing will change unless something is said & action taken. Recent events show Women in Sport need to find their voice and be seen AND heard.

Sportette’s Annual Women in Sport Wish List

Sportette has asked the most influential athletes and administrator their wish for the women in their sport for next year and in five years.

Dark Day for Women’s Sport – Why You Should Care

Cutting the broadcast of Women’s basketball & soccer would see the sports decline to levels not seen in decades – the long term affects will be devastating.

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