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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Sydney FC 3 0 1 9
5 Adelaide Utd 2 0 2 6
6 Perth Glory 1 3 1 6
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W-League 2019-20 Season Preview: New signings, key players, ones to watch

Sam Kerr says she's excited to share the club she'll be joining as she looks to challenge herself in Europe.
Sam Kerr says she's proud of the "amazing" deal that's provided equal pay for the women and men's Australian teams.
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It's back. The wait for the start of a new W-League season always seems interminably long, however with the Women's World Cup conveniently positioned during the break this year, the opportunity to see women's football on our screens has been plentiful.

- U.S. viewers can stream W-League games live on ESPN+

While the Matildas' exit from the tournament in France felt premature, the announcements that funding for both W-League players and national team players would receive a significant boost has...

Al Hassan Toure commits international future to Australia

Adelaide United's young gun Al Hassan Toure has pledged his football future to Australia.

The 19-year-old, who has shot to prominence in the FFA Cup and A-League this season, is understood to have opted for Australia over Liberia, the country where his parents were born.

He is expected to be included in the Olyroos under-23 squad, to be announced later this week, headed for China next week.

Toure, who was born in West Africa's Guinea, migrated to Australia with his parents when he was four.

Liberia's...

Al Hassan Toure's choice between Australia and Liberia a 'personal decision'

Adelaide United young gun Al Hassan Toure is weighing up his international future amid pleas from Reds' football director Bruce Djite to maintain perspective.

Toure's breakout season with the A-League outfit has caught the attention of his parents' native Liberia and also put him on the Socceroos' radar.

Djite spoke at length with Toure and his parents on Tuesday night and says the 19-year-old attacker is yet to commit to either country.

"The decision is completely up to him and I'm not going to...