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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 →

Collette McCallum interview: Purple poise and playful deception for Glory captain

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Photo: Football West

 

Throughout her career, Australia midfielder Collette McCallum’s reputation has been built on left-footed midfield wizardry, but you can add a moniker-worthy liking for music, and even an unintentional ability to fool the media, into the mix for the Perth Glory Women captain. Read more →

Stephanie Catley interview: ‘Now I’m coming home again’ – The Victory leg of the tour for Melbourne captain

 

After new surroundings and expectations this year with the Portland Thorns, Australian left-back Steph Catley is back to captain W-League champions Melbourne Victory once again, returning home with a different tempo to bring to an already tantalising team dynamic. 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 →