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Fighting fires on and off the pitch

The W-League has come a long way since its 2008-09 season. Playing standards and salaries have steadily increased every year, improving player's experience and sustainability on and off the field. However, with the current length of the twelve regular season schedule, the W League is not long enough to be...
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Opinion: W-League departures are a good thing

A W-League composed of top Australian and international talent would be wonderful. Arguably though, at present this is a dream. The global acceleration of investment into women's football has led to a rapid development of other national leagues. While the NWSL was the earliest competitor to attract full-time talent, top European nations, long the bastion of elite male players, have heavily invested in their women's game in the past five years and in some instances caught up to their American counterparts.
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Hartford Athletic hires Robin Schuppert as Director of Academy and W-League

Hartford Athletic announced that Robin Schuppert has been appointed as Director of the club’s Academy and W League programs. Schuppert will oversee the operations of the W League team as well, boys and girls Academy programs, clinics, and all amateur football operations. “We are very happy to have Robin join...
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