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Is the Matildas Group D of death really deadly?

Is the Matildas Group D of death really deadly? | Football | Scoop.it
The Australian Matildas have been grouped with the USA, Sweden and Nigeria in Group D in the upcoming World Cup a group labelled as the ‘Group of Death’ by the wold’s media, but how deadly is th..
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FIFA Presidential Election loses candidates as race to overthrow Sepp Blatter heats up

FIFA Presidential Election loses candidates as race to overthrow Sepp Blatter heats up | Football | Scoop.it
With only six days to go until the FIFA presidential election, the campaigns and rivalries have manifested themselves with all the intrigue and suspense of a cheap detective novel. Candidates Michael van Praag, head of the Dutch FA, and former Portugese...
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A-League final on and off the pitch

A-League final on and off the pitch | Football | Scoop.it
In a game that was labelled as the ‘marketer’s dream’ the 2 biggest clubs in the A-league.
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Matildas take a positive approach to 2015 WWC

Matildas take a positive approach to 2015 WWC | Football | Scoop.it
Australian coach Alen Stajcic has announced his 23 player Australian squad for the upcomin
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Matildas develop a positive team culture under Stajcic - Burwood Scene

Matildas develop a positive team culture under Stajcic - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
Alen Stajcic has announced his 23 player Australian squad for the upcoming 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. Stajcic has selected a mixed group of players including some that were part of the 2014 Asian Cup squad and others that will be baptised by their first FIFA World Cup in June including 18 year old forward …
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Paul Brown - Google+

Paul Brown - Google+ | Football | Scoop.it
Paul Brown - Football Journalist Burwood Scene, Former National Coach Pararoos, Teacher, Mentor - Teacher - Burwood Scene - Sydney - Paul Steven Brown MACE M.PDHPE, BHumanMvt, GradDipEd
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Matildas deserve a slice of the media pie - Burwood Scene

Matildas deserve a slice of the media pie - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
Football New South Wales (FNSW) has commenced the 2015 Female Football Week to promote girls and women within the code, and support the special role they play. The Australian Sports Commission has just released the Women in Sport Broadcasting Analysis, which reported that despite 24 hour channels such as Fox Sport, women’s sport coverage has …
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2015 Women’s World Cup the year of Les Bleues?

2015 Women’s World Cup the year of Les Bleues? | Football | Scoop.it
The French Woman’s National team have become one of the most consistent
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World Champions Japan take silent approach to 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup [VIDEO]

World Champions Japan take silent approach to 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup [VIDEO] | Football | Scoop.it
There has been plenty written in the press about the tournament giants on the road to the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada - the USA, Germany and France. But little has been said recently of current FIFA World Champions Nadeshiko of Japan, and yet...
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2018 World Cup draw, interesting times ahead - Burwood Scene

2018 World Cup draw, interesting times ahead - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
The draw for the 2018 World Cup will take place in Kuala Lumpur 14th April at 1700 local time with Socceroos Coach, Ange Postecoglou, among those in attendance. It will be here that the recently crowned 2015 Asian Cup winners will find out who they will face in the qualifying rounds leading up to Russia …
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FIFA President elect uses ‘carrot and stick’ approach to gain office - Burwood Scene

FIFA President elect uses ‘carrot and stick’ approach to gain office - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
It’s almost time for another election, one that will have far reaching consequences in all corners of the globe, that is, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Presidential election on the 29th of May. Current President, Sepp Blatter has been in the position for 17 years, accused of being the most corrupt man in …
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Hyundai A-League CEO may be forced to resign - Burwood Scene

Hyundai A-League CEO may be forced to resign - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
Perth Glory’s CEO Jason Brewer may be forced to resign after Football Federation Australia issued the club with its second show-cause notice for salary cap breaches. A-League chief Damien De Bohun said that investigations taking place since February revealed serious concerns about Glory’s compliance with the salary cap and the amount of the alleged breaches …
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A Shaky Germany, trial and error against the Socceroos - Burwood Scene

A Shaky Germany, trial and error against the Socceroos - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
For German Manager Joachim Loew it was all about trial and error and it is obvious that he is trying to build a team that is tactically flexible, but a team cannot develop this in training alone. A short time ago there was another manager that underwent the same process and achieved similar results and …
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2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup round-up

2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup round-up | Football | Scoop.it
In a round-up of the opening days of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, in a tough battle against China PR, the hosts managed a win after Canadian Christine Sinclair scored from the penalty spot in injury time. In a match that could...
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FIFA's President's mantle in jeapody

FIFA's President's mantle in jeapody | Football | Scoop.it
Today, Blatter’s continued FIFA Presidency hit an all-time low
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SBS leads the way in women's football coverage

SBS leads the way in women's football coverage | Football | Scoop.it
SBS will broadcast every match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup live and will stream oth
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The World of Football from Brownie's Perspective

The World of Football from Brownie's Perspective | Football | Scoop.it
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澳大利亚主教练阿伦Stajcic宣布了他的23球员澳大利亚队为即将到来的2015年女足世界杯在加拿大和选择混合组球员包括一些是2014年的亚洲杯阵容的一部分,和其他人将他们的第一个世界杯的洗礼世界杯在六月。
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FFA hopes glossy marketing ploy will bring future rewards

FFA hopes glossy marketing ploy will bring future rewards | Football | Scoop.it
Early last week Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced the ‘Whole of Football Plan’ (WOFP), a vision shared by Frank Lowy and David Gallop in an effort to guide revenue, development and entice fans to the game. In 2010, New Zealand released a...
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FFA hopes glossy marketing ploy will bring future rewards - Burwood Scene

FFA hopes glossy marketing ploy will bring future rewards - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
Earlier this week Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced its Whole of Football Plan (WOFP), a vision shared by Frank Lowy and David Gallop in an effort to guide revenue, development and entice fans to the game. In 2010, New Zealand released a similar strategy and both Germany and Japan have gone down a similar route …
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Reports show horse racing receives more media attention than the Matildas

Reports show horse racing receives more media attention than the Matildas | Football | Scoop.it
With the 2015 Women’s World Cup only 33 days away, it is astonishing to see the amount, or lack of, media attention it has received amongst the Australian press. Our beloved Matildas rank 10th in the world, and where other nations websites and newspapers...
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2015 Women’s World Cup the year of Les Bleues? - Burwood Scene

2015 Women’s World Cup the year of Les Bleues? - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
With consistent form since the 2011 Women’s World Cup France have the potential to go all the way in Canada 2015. In the last 2 friendlies between the second and third ranked sides, USA (2) and France (3), the public were provided with a good insight into how fickle and opportunistic the 2015 Women’s World Cup …
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Matildas can tip the scales against the USA

Matildas can tip the scales against the USA | Football | Scoop.it
This has arguably been the best preparation that any Matildas side has had
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Matildas need composure to wow Australian public - Burwood Scene

Matildas need composure to wow Australian public - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
The Matildas have wrapped up their European tour with 1-1 draw with 29th ranked Scotland in Falkirk overnight in a match that started slowly, but came to life after a goal from Laura Alleway and a saved penalty from Australian keeper Brianna Davey. The Matildas lead was cancelled out by Scotland’s Jane Ross’ second half …
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International pressure evokes change in Iranian football stadiums - Burwood Scene

International pressure evokes change in Iranian football stadiums - Burwood Scene | Football | Scoop.it
In an unprecedented move an Iranian Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports official announced recently that women and their families would be allowed to attend football stadiums in the future. Iran’s ban on women in public stadiums, first instated after the 1979 Islamic Revolution, decreed that mixed crowds enjoying games was deemed un-Islamic by religious …
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Contrasting fortunes as Socceroos prepare for Macedonia test

Contrasting fortunes as Socceroos prepare for Macedonia test | Football | Scoop.it
The Socceroos take on 104th ranked Macedonia in Skopje on March 30 in an international friendly having last week achieved a draw against world champion Germany. It will only be the second time Australia has played Macedonia after the two teams met in...
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