Leicester City’s Aussie recruits can make a difference

By Kieran Yap (27/1/23) Above: Courtney Nevin on international duty. Photo: Football Australia Leicester City’s push for survival in the FAWSL has seen them sign two Australian internationals. Here is what fans can expect from Remy Siemsen and Courtney Nevin. Australia had just lost 3-0 to the USA. Starting in central defence was an 18-year-oldContinue reading “Leicester City’s Aussie recruits can make a difference”

Sydney’s Siemsen set for European return

29/12/22 Above: Sydney FC striker Remy Siemsen. Photo: Sydney FC. Sydney FC striker Remy Siemsen is heading back to Europe after the Sky Blues agreed a club-record transfer fee for a Liberty A-League Women’s player. The details of the move are exceptionally sketchy at the current time with the new club and the exact timingContinue reading “Sydney’s Siemsen set for European return”

A-League Women Weekly Awards

Each week during the home and away season, Impetus’ writing and photography team covering the A-League Women will nominate a player, coach, and event of the week. We’ll keep a tally of the player and coach votes as the weeks go by, and just before the Finals, will announce our winners for 2022/23 (5/12/22). PlayerContinue reading “A-League Women Weekly Awards”

Matildas Forced Into Squad Changes

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears how a weekend of injuries has led to three ins-and four outs this morning (3/10/22) Above: Remy Siemsen is back in the Matildas squad. Photo supplied to Impetus by: Football Australia. Forward Remy Siemsen and defenders Emma Checker and Matilda McNamara have been added to the Matildas squad ahead of theContinue reading “Matildas Forced Into Squad Changes”

The Swedish Scene

Ben Gilby rounds up all the latest action in the Damallsvenskan and Elitettan (24/5/22). Above: Hammarby celebrate Elsa Karlsson’s dramatic late winner in the Stockholm derby with Djurgården. Photo: Hammarby. DAMALLSVENSKAN Round Ten opened on Friday night at Tunavallen where Eskilstuna United hosted unbeaten league leaders Rosengård in front of an excellent crowd of 1,970. It took an hour for the firstContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

Ben Gilby rounds up all the key action from Round Three of the Damallsvenskan and Round Two week of the Elitettan. (19/4/22). Above: Goal-line drama in the game between Hammarby and Piteå. Photo: BK Häcken. DAMALLSVENSKAN: Round Three kicked off on Friday night with AIK’s home game with BK Häcken at Skytteholms. The Solna-based side’sContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

The Swedish Scene

The weekend saw the big kick-off for the 2022 Damallsvenskan season. Ben Gilby brings us all the action, looks ahead to this weekend’s commencement of the new Elitettan season along with all the views from both AIK and Sydney FC on Remy Siemsen’s signing (29/3/22). Above: There was a carnival atmosphere and large crowd atContinue reading “The Swedish Scene”

Finals Preview: Sydney FC v Melbourne City

Ahead of Sydney FC’s Finals game against Melbourne City, Impetus’ Ben Gilby heard from Sydney FC striker Remy Siemsen and the City duo of Emma Checker and head coach Rado Vidosic (10/3/22). This season sees an additional week of Finals. On Friday night, the top two, Sydney FC and Melbourne City go head to headContinue reading “Finals Preview: Sydney FC v Melbourne City”

Remy Siemsen: Local Girl Done Good

Above: Sydney FC’s Remy Siemsen has had a lot to celebrate over the past eight months or so. Photo: Sydney FC. For this week’s #MidweekDub feature, Sydney FC and Australia striker Remy Siemsen spoke to Impetus about her footballing journey and life at the club this season. The interview was carried out just before sheContinue reading “Remy Siemsen: Local Girl Done Good”

Dominant Sydney Ease Past Perth

Sydney FC 4-0 Perth Glory By Ben Gilby (9/1/22) With an Exclusive photo gallery from Kris Goman (at bottom of the page) Above: Eyes on the prize – Sydney FC’s Cortnee Vine jumps to win the ball. Photo: Kris Goman. Three goals in the opening 25 minutes ensured that Sydney FC stayed top of theContinue reading “Dominant Sydney Ease Past Perth”