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No more excuses for W-League coaching poverty

The new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the Professional Footballer Association (PFA) and the Australian Profesional Leagues (APL) has enhanced the playing conditions and remuneration for women’s players significantly. The W-League salary cap is at $450,000, with clubs now required to spend at least $315,000 of that cap in 2021/22,...
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Life-saving device installed at Wick football ground after fund-raising campaign

Get the Courier and Groat sent to your inbox every week and swipe through an exact replica of the day's newspaper. DEFIBRILLATORS are close to Tommy Sutherland’s heart – and that's not surprising when one of them helped save his life. The 61-year-old recalled how one of the electronic heart-starters...
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BBC

Kent: Abuse of grassroots referees leads to call for action

Calls for grassroots football referees to be respected have been made amid a sharp drop in people signing up to officiate matches in Kent. Kent Football Association development officer Nick Dunn listed a series of incidents reported in a single weekend. They included a referee being punched and another being...
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al-khaleejtoday.net

Hossam Ashraf’s father: Amir Mortada was aware of my son’s expectation...

The father of Hossam Ashraf, player of the first football team in Zamalek Club, revealed the scenes of the crisis that the White Club was exposed to due to his son signing a foreign club, which led to the issuance of a ruling against Zamalek by depriving him of two terms of registration, as Hussein Labib, head of the committee in charge of managing the club, said that Hossam Ashraf signed for one Academies in Cameroon before he signed his contract with Zamalek.
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timeturk.com

Germany against idea of biennial football World Cup

The German Football Association (DFB) said on Friday it is against the idea of organizing a FIFA World Cup every two years. The DFB discussed the proposal of a complete revision of the international competition calendar and staging of a biennial FIFA World Cup. It expressed full support to UEFA's...
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cookislandsnews.com

Parker elected CIFA president

Allen Parker is the new president of the Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA). Allen Parker is the new president of the Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA). To continue reading this article and to support our journalism. - Up to date and breaking news. - Includes access to Premium content. -...
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cwbradio.com

2021 Week 5 High School Football Scores

Here is a look at the area high school football scores from week 5. Iola-Scandanavia 42, Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 34. Northwood/Solon Springs at Chippewa Falls McDonell - 1:00 pm. Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.
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khelnow.com

Bengaluru FC announce entry into women’s football

The club will begin with Under-11, Under-13 and Under-15 teams, with trials set for September 25. Bengaluru FC, on Friday, announced their plans to start under-11, under-13 and under-15 girls teams this season, marking their entry into women’s football. The selection trials for the same are scheduled to be held at the Bangalore Football Stadium, in Ashok Nagar, on September 25.
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