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Lydia Williams interview: Keeper of the Matildas’ magic keys – Sounds like team spirit to Australia’s number one

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The sunniest of personalities, the last warrior at the defensive gates and an eternal team DJ, Australia goalkeeper Lydia Williams has been at the heart of the anthem-worthy moments for the Matildas in recent times, adding a few more notes of nostalgia to her life’s playlist. Read more →

Chloe Logarzo interview: Matildas midfielder’s front seat on the tour bus to anywhere


Australia midfielder Chloe Logarzo would love to be the archetypal dependable player for her team, although with a first shot at European football with Sweden’s Eskilstuna United DFF just the latest new entry in the Olympian’s ever-developing picture, predictability is generally becoming all the more unrecognisable to the 21-year-old. Read more →

Tameka Butt interview: The Roar materials hit all the notes for Matildas midfielder

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Australia midfielder Tameka Butt has featured at the World Cup as well as taking her club career to the US and Germany, and the W-League Grand Final regular has a clear idea of how she and her Brisbane Roar teammates could step up to the big occasion away from the field. Read more →

Sarah Walsh interview: Matildas great swaps route to goal for journey to sweet surrender




The last notes of Westfield Matildas striker Sarah Walsh’s career have now played out, and with her place alongside the elite of women’s football in Australia beyond dispute she is finding there are new depths to herself to be explored. Read more →

Racheal Quigley interview: Aussie striker shocked by the power – The crossed paths of the dreamers



Striker Racheal Quigley is a known quantity back home in the W-League thanks to five years with Adelaide United and there has been a meeting of shared ambitions as the 22-year-old became part of the opening chapter of the exciting and rapidly progressive Women’s Premier Soccer League team, the Kansas City Shock. Read more →