WSW, Canberra United, Newcastle Jets Make Coaching Announcements

18/5/22 Three Liberty A-League Women clubs have this week made head coach-related announcements. Western Sydney Wanderers appointed Kat Smith today for the next two seasons. The AFC/FFA Pro Licence holder comes to Western Sydney after plying her trade at both a domestic and national team level, having held coaching roles within the A-Leagues and MatildasContinue reading “WSW, Canberra United, Newcastle Jets Make Coaching Announcements”

Sermanni To Be WSW Inaugural Head of Women’s Football

25/3/22 Above: The hugely respected figure of Tom Sermanni unveiled as Western Sydney Wanderers’ first Head of Women’s Football. Photo: Western Sydney Wanderers. Western Sydney Wanderers today made the significant announcement that the hugely respected Tom Sermanni has been appointed as the club’s inaugural Head of Women’s Football. Sermanni will oversee the Wanderers’ Liberty A-LeagueContinue reading “Sermanni To Be WSW Inaugural Head of Women’s Football”

City Get The Win But Will It Be Enough?

Western Sydney Wanderers 0-2 Melbourne City Above: Flying high – Melbourne City’s Hannah Wilkinson (right). Photo: Melbourne City. By Kieran Yap (6/3/22) Melbourne City travelled to play the Wanderers with a chance to jump into first place place in the league. A win against Western Sydney would mean that Sydney FC would need at leastContinue reading “City Get The Win But Will It Be Enough?”

Wellington Rewarded With Win

Western Sydney Wanderers 2-3 Wellington Phoenix Above: Joy unconfined for Wellington Phoenix. Photo: Wellington Phoenix. By Ben Gilby (2/3/22) Wellington Phoenix claimed their second A-League Women victory of the season at Western Sydney Wanderers. Gemma Lewis’ side are now only bottom on goal difference. Once more, the New Zealanders had to do it the hardContinue reading “Wellington Rewarded With Win”

Points Shared Amidst Yellow Peril

Newcastle Jets 2-2 Western Sydney Wanderers Above: Newcastle Jets’ Ash Brodigan and Jemma House celebrate. Photo: Newcastle Jets. By Kris Goman (19/2/22) This was a hectic game. Considering both teams are out of the finals race, playing for pride is clearly still very important. A loss by either team would create a record they didn’tContinue reading “Points Shared Amidst Yellow Peril”

Canberra Get Maiden Win As Wanderers Flounder

Western Sydney Wanderers 0-5 Canberra United Above: Margot Robinne shows what it means as her late goals put the icing on the cake for Canberra’s first win. Photo: Canberra United. By Ben Gilby (16/2/22) Western Sydney Wanderers crashed to their second 5-0 defeat in three days as previously winless Canberra United swept them aside atContinue reading “Canberra Get Maiden Win As Wanderers Flounder”

Victory’s High Five

Melbourne Victory 5-0 Western Sydney Wanderers By Kris Goman (13/2/22) Above: Melinda Barbieri (30) celebrates with Catherine Zimmerman during Melbourne Victory’s win over Western Sydney Wanderers. Photo: Melbourne Victory. Melbourne Victory delivered the Western Sydney Wanderers a lesson they’d rather forget with their biggest defeat of the season. For a team that was noted forContinue reading “Victory’s High Five”

Saturday’s A-League Women News

Above: Melbourne Victory head coach Jeff Hopkins talking to the media on Friday. Photo: Melbourne Victory. Ahead of Saturday’s game between Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers at AAMI Park, Impetus’ Ben Gilby heard from Victory head coach Jeff Hopkins and the Wanderers pair of Malia Steinmetz and new signing Ella Abdul Massih (11/2/22). MelbourneContinue reading “Saturday’s A-League Women News”

McNamara Aids City In Hard Fought Win

Melbourne City 2-1 Western Sydney Wanderers By Kieran Yap (6/2/22) Above: City celebrations. Photo: Melbourne City. Melbourne City maintained second position and continued to nip at the heels of Sydney FC with a hard-fought win over Western Sydney Wanderers. The resurgent former champions welcomed back Holly McNamara to the line-up. After limping off against ThailandContinue reading “McNamara Aids City In Hard Fought Win”

Sunday’s A-League Women Preview

Above: Melbourne City’s Emma Checker speaking to the media on Friday ahead of her team’s game with Western Sydney Wanderers. Photo: Melbourne City. With Melbourne City hosting Western Sydney Wanderers tomorrow at AAMI Park, Impetus’ Ben Gilby heard from head coaches Rado Vidosic and Catherine Cannuli, plus City’s Australian international defender Emma Checker (5/2/22). MelbourneContinue reading “Sunday’s A-League Women Preview”