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Sydney FC has firmly entrenched itself in the Hyundai W-League top four with a 2-0 defeat of Adelaide United at Seymour Shaw Stadium on Sunday Afternoon. 451 more words

Journalism

toothless? Nah. The girls don't Roar in Perth, but the point is made.

Seriously, bringing home a point from away across to Western Australia is an achievement a decent result in this year’s competition. It means the Roar remain unbeaten. 187 more words

2016-17 W-League squad announced

Brisbane’s 2016-17 W-League squad is beginning to take shape with the announcement of 15 players announced today as part of the side as preparations for the new season continue. 369 more words

Womens

W-League salary dramas as NYL draw is released

Reports emerged today that some of Brisbane’s players had been asked to take accept revised contracts, after agreeing to a more lucrative deals in recent weeks. 445 more words

Youth

Brisbane Roar whimper over Women's team's pay

“#It’sgoodtobeback,” declared the A-League Twittersphere.

“How far back were you thinking?” replied the W-League’s, whose teams are still in pre-season.

Today it’s emerged that Brisbane Roar’s W-League counterparts are being pressured to accept pay cuts of around 40%, with contracts signed just a month ago set not to be honoured by the franchise. 555 more words

Women's Football

New Youth coach announced as Wilson departs W-League role

According to Marco Monteverde, James Robinson has been appointed as the new youth team coach of Brisbane Roar ahead of the upcoming National Youth League season. 512 more words

Womens

2016-17 W-League draw unveiled

The draw for the 2016-17 W-League season was released today and Brisbane Roar will play two games at Suncorp Stadium as part of A-League/W-League double headers. 205 more words

Womens