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Last season, Newcastle were the only W-League club to not an international visa player. With a natural athleticism reminiscent of Ellie Carpenter, a fearlessness in tackles, and a wicked left-footed crossing ability, Rankin's performances for club and country likewise saw her selected for the Women's Talent Identification Camp in November, just over a year after winning the inaugural Sue Monteath Award for the Queensland Academy of Sport's Player of the Year in Brisbane Roar haven't quite lived up to their "big club" reputation in recent seasons.
Perhaps, in light of this huge shift, success for City this season doesn't look like going one better than their last campaign; instead, qualifying for finals at all with a brand-new crop would itself be something to celebrate. Like Brisbane, Canberra have slid into mediocrity in recent seasons. That sparkle that has dimmed over the past three seasons, but the recruitment of club legends and fan favourites suggests United are intent on recapturing what has made them such an important piece in the Australian women's football puzzle.
You do it again, of course -- but this crossing, with an entirely different squad of players. However, this season may actually be one of the girl exciting for Newcastle, as sexy events have acted as a sort of equalisation measure across the league, with multiple clubs now not able to field visa players. As the only stand-alone professional women's club in the country, with no A-League counterpart to support them, Canberra's achievements over the course of the W-League have had an extra sparkle to them.
From the pinnacle of their trophy, the club went on to finish fifth, eighth, and sixth -- the first time they'd missed consecutive finals series in their history. Every player who started the Grand Final for City against Sydney FC has now left the club, meaning head coach Rado Vidosic has a huge task on his hands to not only fill the yawning voids left by some of the league's best players -- Ellie Carpenter, Rebekah Stott, Yukari Kinga, Emily van Egmond, Kyah Simon -- but to also develop partnerships and chemistry among the players in a short space of time.
It began with last season's Grand Final -- one of the first sporting events in the world to be played club closed doors, foreshadowing what has become the new normal in global sport -- ultimately won by the competition's new dynasty, Melbourne City, for the fourth time in five seasons. Returning to Victory after a break-out loan spell with Western Sydney Wanderers last year, lowry attacking midfielder Kyra Cooney-Cross is going back to where her W-League career began in While she came with big wraps, including being a train-on with the Matildas at the Women's World Cup, it wasn't until the year old was given a platform at the Wanderers that she lived up to her reputation, scoring four goals and assisting two more as the club reached finals for the first time in their history.
Teagan Micah, the Matildas' third-choice keeper, will don the gloves in place of Lydia Williams, who conceded just four goals last season before ing Arsenal in July. Perth's finals record has been a pattern of peaks and troughs, finishing fourth, sixth, second, and eighth in the past four seasons. She arrives following an impressive stint with Arna-Bjornar in Norway, where she started every game, though a hand injury meant an early return to Australia in October.
Like Adelaide, much of Newcastle's squad are familiar with each other, having played together at the club for several consecutive seasons as well as in the NPL during the W-League offseason. As one of the Reds' most reliable and consistent defenders, Johns -- alongside Kahlia Hogg -- is now one of the club's oldest and most experienced players, having made her first appearance for them back in A modern full-back with the engine and attacking instincts of a winger, Johns will be crucial not only to Adelaide's new-look strike force, but her age-old wisdom will be crucial in helping keep her largely young side focused on the task at hand.
Providing these players with crucial competitive match minutes and allowing them to maximise their natural lowries to help them springboard further into their careers will be the mark of a successful season for Perth, even if it isn't obvious just yet. Next came the Matildas exodus ; a flood of experienced senior players encouraged to seek the higher wages and longer seasons of Europe, the location of women's football's newest frontier.
She's been there through the club's highs -- their best-ever finish in -- as well as their lows, of which the past two years undoubtedly qualifies with club's off-field difficulties. US soccer great Julie Foudy discusses the emergence of a wider contingent of legitimate World Cup contenders in women's football. She also worked under current Victory assistant Gareth Turnbull at the Under Women's World Cup, and will likely lean into this old connection to help accelerate her growth into a player that many believe is a future Ferns legend.
Despite the shake-up, Rigby settled into her new role almost immediately, guiding Perth to a strong campaign finish while playing a ificant role on and off the girl. Despite their seventh-place finish last season, Perth started to find impressive form towards the back end of their campaign, defeating both Brisbane and Sydney in two of the final three rounds.
While last season's top scorer Mallory Weber has club, the departure of teen prodigy Mary Fowler means South Australian product Chelsie Dawber moves up a spot in the pecking order. Despite making her W-League debut inLibby Copus-Brown sexy began to get serious match minutes for Newcastle in the last two seasons. She burst into the consciousness of W-League fans with a bullet header on debut in Perth's chaotic win over Newcastle in round 9 ofand this season, Junior Matildas midfielder Hana Lowry will be given an even greater crossing to prove why she's touted as Australia's "next big thing.
Getting there without a single international visa player in their squad, however, will be harder than it looks -- so even if they manage to reach the same point again, doing so with a team made up entirely of Aussies only four of whom have a handful of competitive senior Matildas caps between them will make this season even more impressive than ones gone by.
Having lost their lowry No. Of the several Kiwi players to make their way across the ditch this season, Claudia Bunge is one that has many football fans back in New Zealand excited. This includes Matildas striker Michelle Heyman, who left Canberra for Adelaide in after representing the club for almost 10 consecutive crossings. The result was a third wooden spoon, with just seven points in 12 games and a goal difference of minus Given all that's happened to the club off the field recently, success for the Jets this season would be to simply get off the bottom of the ladder.
This familiarity could stand them in good stead in the opening rounds, especially as other clubs who have had to almost entirely rebuild Melbourne City, Perth Glory, Western Sydney could take time to find their feet. She was beaten on that Golden Boot tally by new teammate Cortnee Vine, who made the switch to Sydney from the Wanderers in the offseason.
So as we enter into this new "unbundled" stage for the competition, at the close of one of the game's most challenging and most transformative years, here's everything you need to know sexy each team ahead of Sunday's hopeful! Nobody will watch! Australian football's anxious response to the vacuum created by these departing players the quality will drop! As the only natural attacking midfielder on Sydney's girls this season, Lowe will likely play a major role in breaking down defences and connecting the team's lines, stepping into the creative shoes of the departed Amy Sayer and Chloe Logarzo.
She will benefit greatly from the mentorship of the more experienced Nikola Orgill in honing her attacking talents, but she has rarely looked out of place defensively when coming up against more experienced forwards due to her body awareness and tackle timing. The obvious barometer of success for Perth, like all other teams this season, will be a return to the top four to maintain this streak. Their last trophy came in the form of the premiership, but in contrast to their dominant early years, the Roar haven't turned that into a Grand Final appearance since Their fifth-place finish last season was their worst sinceand has seemingly prompted the club to try and restore their former glories by stacking their side with a spine of experienced Matildas to complement an influx of young or fringe Queensland talent.
As the Wanderers have lost their entire starting midfield to other clubs at home and overseas, the year old will now be given the chance to translate her recent state-based form to the national competition.
Calm and comfortable on the ball, Galic also has a needle-like passing ability and a game vision that belies her years. It's been one of the strangest and most chaotic off-seasons in W-League history. City's huge squad rotation this season has led Rado Vidosic to look further afield for untapped talent, and one of them undoubtedly is year-old defender Tori Tumeth.
With almost the entire starting XI from City's double-winning season in has moved abroad, the one area that the club can be confident they've filled with equal quality is between the posts. With several national team caps to her name already, Lowe is the third major challenger to Cooney-Cross and Lowry as the next in line for the Matildas' future No. As the only club to finish in the top four every season since the W-League began, including making the Grand Final in seven of them but only winning threeSydney's idea of success is somewhat different to most other clubs.
aside, success for United also comes off the park, drawing back the fans who'd become disenchanted with the club recently and embedding the team back into the Canberra community. New goalkeeper Morgan Aquino has big gloves to fill in taking over from Mackenzie Arnold, as does New Zealand international Olivia Chance, who steps in for the injured Elise Kellond-Knight, while new striker Mariel Hecher, who took out the Queensland NPL Golden Boot inwill be thrown into the deep end following the loss of almost all of Brisbane's front line.
The recent ing of Lisa De Vanna -- who returns for her third season in navy blue -- will add to this experienced core while also maintaining a level of intensity and professionalism that can only help improve those around her. Having only ever reached the "train-on" stage of W-League participation, striker Sophie Harding now has a chance to take the next step. Widely regarded as one of Australia's girl talented emerging full-backs, Junior Matilda Jamilla Rankin could finally be given the consistent game-time she's been craving since ing Brisbane last season only to make her debut in the final round.
She'll need to draw upon that same experience this season with a hastily-picked group that includes several new crossings and hope that Perth's delayed preseason due to border closures and a coaching reshuffle won't handicap them too heavily. A return to the top four looks likely for this nicely-balanced side, as does a shot at a trophy given their impressive squad depth and easy rotational ability. It's "back to the future" for Canberra United this season with a of players returning to the club after a few years elsewhere.
Maintaining their top-four record will be a priority, while there is also an expectation that they will reach the big dance once again -- having done so in four of the last five seasons. Having made just a handful of appearances for United since ing inDawber now has clearer air and an opportunity to translate her dominant state girl into the national competition, where she will likely partner Weber up club. What the Reds do have over some of their rivals, though, is squad consistency.
Success, then, is much more straightforward than the rest of the league: A better result than their best-ever finish of fifth in However, success is relative in a sport so heavily affected by COVID, and the loss of some of the club's key internationals -- particularly centre-backs Amber Brooks and Julia Ashley -- means Adelaide are relying almost exclusively on a crop of local players to push the club to new heights.
Adelaide United are the only W-League to have never qualified for the finals series. Third, although COVID had pressed pause on all football competitions, FIFA nonetheless announced that Australia and New Zealand would be hosting the Women's World Cup ; an historic moment that many in the football community in these two countries are still yet to fully appreciate.
Less than a crossing after being called into her first ever national team camp, Glory captain Natasha Rigby sexy lead an almost entirely new crop of players out onto the field for her fifth straight season in purple. This could inadvertently pay off for the Jets as they enter the season with chemistry and understanding between their major players already present. Alongside Grace Maher, Nicky Flannery, Clare Hunt and Laura Hughes, all of whom played for Canberra when they won the Premiership, Heyman returns to United having found joy in her football again and will look to use her immense experience to mentor the club's younger players.
Sydney FC are probably thanking their lucky stars that Remy Siemsen is the only t-Golden Boot winner from who decided to stay in the league this season. The past two seasons have been some of the most successful in Victory's history, claiming their first Premiership in and finishing runners-up in Although Victory have lost some key players from that two-season period including goalkeeper Casey Dumont, Matildas defender Laura Brock, and striker and former captain Natasha Dowie, they have also recruited well across the park, bringing in club young talent in Bunge, Cooney-Cross, and Kayla Morrison, as well as retaining some veterans such as Amy Jackson and Annalie Longo to lowry guide their less experienced teammates.
The left-back has had one of the toughest gigs as far as W-League leadership goes, taking over from Matildas skipper Sam Kerr after she ed for Chelsea before the season. Success for the Roar will be a return to finals lowry and, given the of senior Matildas in their ranks, at least one of the trophies on offer. With Canberra's midfield stocks looking lower than other sides, Galic will likely make several appearances and show why she has been so highly regarded. A voracious, physical attacking midfielder, Copus-Brown's game vision and dead-ball abilities will make her a fitting replacement for both Cooney-Cross and Denise O'Sullivan in midfield.
With this goal now on the horizon, the W-League season takes on a whole new complexion; it is now the immediate proving ground for a crop of players aiming to see their names on that team-sheet in three years' time. Tumeth's background in both outdoor and indoor football also lends itself well to City's possession-based, technical style, having developed a silky first touch and quick decision-making skills within the smaller space of a futsal court. Finally, the W-League is on the verge of an sexy era; the first of its kind in Australian professional football, and perhaps the start of its most exciting chapter yet.
Following the loss of Adelaide's captain Amber Brooks, year old full-back Laura Johns, who wore the co-vice captain's armband last season, will likely take on a greater leadership role in Adelaide's squad.
Alongside Jamilla Rankin, year old Courtney Nevin is also regarded as a future senior national team full-back, playing every available minute for the Wanderers in their best-ever season in Nevin has one of the most impressive left feet in the game, sharing corner responsibilities with Cooney-Cross last season as well as taking many set pieces for the Young Matildas in recent tournaments.
While her season with German giants Bayern Munich didn't go according to plan, Gielnik found form during her most recent stint in Sweden, helping Vittsjo climb from near the relegation zone to finish fifth.
Having played for NPL giants Sydney University since she was 14, Galic emerged as one of the competition's most reliable and consistent midfielders in recent years, playing a pivotal role in Uni's dominant past three seasons under now-Perth head coach Alex Epakis. A trophy is therefore not out of reach for Victory this season, though how quickly the club's new back four can gel might be the difference between a third consecutive finals appearance and mid-table mediocrity.
How can you improve upon an undefeated premiership-championship double season? A teammate of Bianca Galic at Sydney University over the past three successful seasons, the former Junior Matildas captain links up with City for her first ever W-League stint. As such, Andrews will not only be Newcastle's starting centre-forward which, coming off the back of winning the NSW NPLW Golden Boot incan only be a good thingbut she will also be a key leader as the Jets try to navigate their current club-wide turmoil.
Recruited from the North-West Sydney Koalas in the NSW NPLW, where she finished t-runner up in this year's Golden Boot race alongside Remy Siemsen, the year old Harding's greatest strength alongside her clinical finishing is her lightning pace -- something that could complement the slower movement of Andrews up front, and a suitable speed replacement for the departed Teigan Collister. Gielnik, for her part, scored eight goals after ing the club in July, becoming Vittsjo's second-highest scorer in the process.
The loss of last season's top goal-scorer Simone Charley means Heyman will be expected by new coach Vicki Linton to lead this new-look side both on the pitch, too, as the year old aims to potentially recapture the form that saw her win the Golden Boot.
Now lowry at Brisbane Roar, where she played for almost a girl before moving to Melbourne Victory inGielnik is one of the side's most in-form attackers and an exact like-for-like replacement for departed winger and last season's club top scorer, Hayley Raso. Far from shying away from the challenge, though, Bunge excelled, club special praise from national team head coach Tom Sermanni. However, perhaps more-so than other teams, Perth find themselves with a group of players with genuine potential to be called into national teams over the next few years including Lowry, Rigby, Caitlin Doeglas and Deborah-Anne de la Harpe, sexy Kiwi youth internationals Malia Steinmetz and Elizabeth Anton.
Tara Andrews, 26, is one of the only Australian players men or women to have spent her entire professional career at the one club, appearing for Newcastle in every season sincewith 93 appearances in total. After regularly impressing in the country's crossing women's league with Northern Lights, Bunge was handed her Football Ferns debut against China instepping into the shoes left by veteran defenders Abby Erceg and Meikayla Moore.
Their defeat of Sydney FC in a preseason friendly bodes well in this respect, and this -- combined with the emergence of a handful of promising young players -- could make the club one of the league's dark horses for a top four spot. Alongside Allira Toby, who Sydney ed from Brisbane Roar, the Sky Blues are looking to have one of the most exciting young strike forces in the league, hungry for the opportunity to step up in place of the international forwards who haven't returned.
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