Manage episode 360085149 series 3465179
Australia's longest-running women's football podcast (est. April 2019).
History: Karla Reuter, Matildas Cap 123
Matildas Debut: 2003 (played for the national team until 2010)
Appearances: 58 (49 'A' internationals)
- Results, experiences and last minute signings
- Season 15 squad page
Around the World
German Cup Round of 16
- Denmark – Elitedivisionen Round 12
Queens of the Week
Cheryl - Kyah Simon has had surgery and we wish her rehab goes well
Dale - I have three queens this week: congratulations to Salima Mukansanga (Rwanda), Stéphanie Frappart (France) and Yoshimi Yamashita (Japan), the first women to officiate at a men's World Cup!
Eric - 1) Louise Quinn wore the captain's armband on her 100th appearance for the Republic of Ireland and scored ... with a tackle 2) Matilda McNamara made her Matildas debut and then was named Player of the Match as AGF defeated Sundby 1-0 3) Philippines international Jaclyn Sawicki was named Western United captain 4) Blacktown's own Emily Kos made her A-League Women debut for Melbourne Victory
Maj - 1) Tamar Levin made her A-League Women debut for Brisbane Roar and had an amazing game at left back 2) we have two new ALW fan groups, The Western Core (Western United) and Flight of the Nix (Wellington)
Steffen - Heather Reid was inducted into the University of Canberra Walk of Fame this week. Reid was one of 22 inductees to the walk of fame, recognising her journey from University of Canberra student all the way through to Football Australia board member before retiring in recent years.
She was the Capital Football chief executive for 12 years, overseeing Canberra United's arrival in the W-League.