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WiFL Conference plus the Nix B90

    • Soccer

Cheryl gives a big shoutout to the upcoming Women in Football Leadership conference. Eric gives a rundown on the Nix and the latest signings here and abroad. Steffen drives us towards the end of the Nordic season (or Iceland at the very least). 
 
GuestKerry Harris joins to discuss Women Onside's upcoming Women in Football Leadership conference (September 23rd)📣MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT 📣We are delighted to announce that our final keynote speaker is……🥁🥁🥁@bev_priestman -Head Coach of Canada Women’s National Team & current Olympic Champions!Register today to secure your spot at this amazing event! pic.twitter.com/bZq4GdQfw5— Women Onside (@WomenOnside) September 9, 2021Register here
Hot TopicsWe won an award - Women in Football Oz inaugural Media AwardWellington Phoenix next inline plus more gamesNo byes plus an extra round means 57 games expands to 74!At least 7 players must be AustralianPartnership between the Nix and NZ FootballAnnalie Longo signs as NZ Football's Women's Development ManagerShe’s got 125 #FootballFerns caps and played in eight FIFA tournaments, and now @annalielongo is joining New Zealand Football as the new Women’s Development Manager.— New Zealand Football (@NZ_Football) September 9, 2021PFA announce latest CBARead Sam Lewis' pieceSigningsDub - Season 14 squad pageAround the World - Aussies/NZ AbroadAround the WorldUWCL - Round 2Seven Aussies remain
WinnersLyon (Ellie Carpenter) defeated Levante 2-1 (agg 4-2)BK Häcken (Dylan Holmes 🟨) progress with a 3-2 win (agg 6-3) over VålerengaArsenal (Steph Catley, Lydia Williams) 4-0 win over Slavia Praha sees them progress comfortably (agg 7-0). Caitlin Foord is currently injured.Servette FCCF (Tessa Tamplin) defeated Glasgow City (Aoife Colvill) 2-1 (agg 3-2).16 teams remain including Chelsea (Sam Kerr) with the group draw scheduled Monday. You can watch all the games on DAZN Youtube.
LosersGlasgow City (Aoife Colvill) lost 1-2 to Servette FCCF (Tessa Tamplin). An aggregate of 2-3 sees the end Aoife's run.FC Rosengård (Charlotte Grant, Teagan Micah) claimed a 3-3 draw against Hoffenheim but it wasn't enough (agg 6-3)Manchester City (Alanna Kennedy, Hayley Raso) bow out after a 0-1 loss against Real Madrid (agg 1-2)AsiaWE League (Japan)Round 1 kicked off September 12th but we won't see JEF Chiba and Alex Chidiac until Round 2UKFAWSLListen in for our discussion on all the Aussies in the FAWSLArsenal (Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord, Lydia Williams)Aston Villa (Emily Gielnik)Chelsea (Sam Kerr)Manchester City (Alanna Kennedy, Hayley Raso)Tottenham Hotspur (Kyah Simon)West Ham United (Mackenzie Arnold, Tameka Yallop)Scottish WPLCeltic FC (Jacynta Galabadaarachchi) 2-2 Glasgow City (Aoife Colvill)EuropeFrance - D1FLyon (Ellie Carpenter) 6-0 DijonMontpellier (Mary Fowler) lost 1-2 GuingampRead B90s coverage of the D1FItaly - Serie ASS Lazio (Ella Mastrantonio) lost 1-8 MilanPomigliano (Aivi Luik) lost 1-2 RomaNetherlands - EredivisiePSV Eindhoven (Amy Harrison) drew 3-3 Excelsior BarendrechtNordicAn international break will pause proceedings for the next fortnight, but all Nordic nations enjoyed action on the weekend.
Norway Toppserien Round 13 (of 18)Toppserien Youtube channel(3) LSK Kvinner FK (Karly Roestbakken) (9) Klepp IL (Nikola Orgill) No Toppserien action but both teams played each either at LSK Hall in the quarterfinals of the NM Cup, with the home side looking good in a 3-0 victory.Some chance of seeing both Aussies in action after the break. Sweden Damallsvenskan Round 16 (of 22) (1) FC Rosengård (Charli Grant, Teagan Micah)1-2 away win vs HammarbyTeagan played 90' but had a role in Hammarby's extra time goal in attempting to clear the ballCharli on the card for Rosengard but saw no game timeKK not listed and provided an update this week that she is dealing with chronic pain and in for surgery this week  (2) BK Häcken (Dylan Holmes)2-0 home win vs KIF Örebro DFFDylan an unused sub10 points clear of 3rd place

Cheryl gives a big shoutout to the upcoming Women in Football Leadership conference. Eric gives a rundown on the Nix and the latest signings here and abroad. Steffen drives us towards the end of the Nordic season (or Iceland at the very least). 
 
GuestKerry Harris joins to discuss Women Onside's upcoming Women in Football Leadership conference (September 23rd)📣MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT 📣We are delighted to announce that our final keynote speaker is……🥁🥁🥁@bev_priestman -Head Coach of Canada Women’s National Team & current Olympic Champions!Register today to secure your spot at this amazing event! pic.twitter.com/bZq4GdQfw5— Women Onside (@WomenOnside) September 9, 2021Register here
Hot TopicsWe won an award - Women in Football Oz inaugural Media AwardWellington Phoenix next inline plus more gamesNo byes plus an extra round means 57 games expands to 74!At least 7 players must be AustralianPartnership between the Nix and NZ FootballAnnalie Longo signs as NZ Football's Women's Development ManagerShe’s got 125 #FootballFerns caps and played in eight FIFA tournaments, and now @annalielongo is joining New Zealand Football as the new Women’s Development Manager.— New Zealand Football (@NZ_Football) September 9, 2021PFA announce latest CBARead Sam Lewis' pieceSigningsDub - Season 14 squad pageAround the World - Aussies/NZ AbroadAround the WorldUWCL - Round 2Seven Aussies remain
WinnersLyon (Ellie Carpenter) defeated Levante 2-1 (agg 4-2)BK Häcken (Dylan Holmes 🟨) progress with a 3-2 win (agg 6-3) over VålerengaArsenal (Steph Catley, Lydia Williams) 4-0 win over Slavia Praha sees them progress comfortably (agg 7-0). Caitlin Foord is currently injured.Servette FCCF (Tessa Tamplin) defeated Glasgow City (Aoife Colvill) 2-1 (agg 3-2).16 teams remain including Chelsea (Sam Kerr) with the group draw scheduled Monday. You can watch all the games on DAZN Youtube.
LosersGlasgow City (Aoife Colvill) lost 1-2 to Servette FCCF (Tessa Tamplin). An aggregate of 2-3 sees the end Aoife's run.FC Rosengård (Charlotte Grant, Teagan Micah) claimed a 3-3 draw against Hoffenheim but it wasn't enough (agg 6-3)Manchester City (Alanna Kennedy, Hayley Raso) bow out after a 0-1 loss against Real Madrid (agg 1-2)AsiaWE League (Japan)Round 1 kicked off September 12th but we won't see JEF Chiba and Alex Chidiac until Round 2UKFAWSLListen in for our discussion on all the Aussies in the FAWSLArsenal (Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord, Lydia Williams)Aston Villa (Emily Gielnik)Chelsea (Sam Kerr)Manchester City (Alanna Kennedy, Hayley Raso)Tottenham Hotspur (Kyah Simon)West Ham United (Mackenzie Arnold, Tameka Yallop)Scottish WPLCeltic FC (Jacynta Galabadaarachchi) 2-2 Glasgow City (Aoife Colvill)EuropeFrance - D1FLyon (Ellie Carpenter) 6-0 DijonMontpellier (Mary Fowler) lost 1-2 GuingampRead B90s coverage of the D1FItaly - Serie ASS Lazio (Ella Mastrantonio) lost 1-8 MilanPomigliano (Aivi Luik) lost 1-2 RomaNetherlands - EredivisiePSV Eindhoven (Amy Harrison) drew 3-3 Excelsior BarendrechtNordicAn international break will pause proceedings for the next fortnight, but all Nordic nations enjoyed action on the weekend.
Norway Toppserien Round 13 (of 18)Toppserien Youtube channel(3) LSK Kvinner FK (Karly Roestbakken) (9) Klepp IL (Nikola Orgill) No Toppserien action but both teams played each either at LSK Hall in the quarterfinals of the NM Cup, with the home side looking good in a 3-0 victory.Some chance of seeing both Aussies in action after the break. Sweden Damallsvenskan Round 16 (of 22) (1) FC Rosengård (Charli Grant, Teagan Micah)1-2 away win vs HammarbyTeagan played 90' but had a role in Hammarby's extra time goal in attempting to clear the ballCharli on the card for Rosengard but saw no game timeKK not listed and provided an update this week that she is dealing with chronic pain and in for surgery this week  (2) BK Häcken (Dylan Holmes)2-0 home win vs KIF Örebro DFFDylan an unused sub10 points clear of 3rd place

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