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Matildas striker Caitlin Foord joins Arsenal from Sydney FC

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Caitlin Foord has joined FA Women's Super League side Arsenal.

Matildas striker Caitlin Foord has been granted a release from Sydney FC to join FA Women's Super League giants Arsenal.

The latest in a string of W-League players to sign with a European club, the 25-year-old will link up Australian coach Joe Montemurro at the FAWSL champions.

"I'm sad to be leaving my girls at Sydney FC at this stage of the season but this is an unbelievable opportunity which is impossible to turn down," she said.

"Arsenal are one of the world's biggest clubs and the...

Matilda Chloe Logarzo leaving Sydney FC for WSL's Bristol City

Matilda Chloe Logarzo has signed with English Women's Super League club Bristol City.

The 25-year-old midfielder's deal was announced on Thursday in the United Kingdom and Logarzo will link up with her teammates after she completes her current national team duties.

Logarzo is in camp with the Matildas ahead of Olympic qualifiers next month against China, Thailand and Taiwan.

The qualifiers were recently moved from the Chinese city of Wuhan due to deadly coronavirus outbreak, to Nanjing. Logarzo,...

Liverpool women's GK Kitching suffers horror facial injury in training

Fran Kitching is a former England Under-20 international.

Liverpool ladies goalkeeper Fran Kitching has said she is feeling better after suffering a horror facial injury in training last week.

Kitching, 21, was forced to miss Liverpool's first WSL win of the season on Sunday because of the injury.

In an Instagram post on Sunday evening, Kitching said the cut to the head was "the worst injury I've ever had," and jokingly compared herself to Harry Potter.

"So this happened in training on Tuesday hence why I'm not with the girls for today's game," Kitching...

FA Women's Super League: Australia star Sam Kerr helps Chelsea beat Arsenal

The Matildas star opened her Chelsea account with a close-range header in the Blues' 4-1 victory over Arsenal.

Australia international striker Sam Kerr scored her first Chelsea goal as the Blues beat champions Arsenal 4-1 away on Sunday and blew the FA Women's Super League title race wide open.

Emma Hayes' Chelsea team are now just a point behind Arsenal and Manchester City, who won 2-0 at Birmingham to take over at the top on goal difference with 33 points, but with a game in hand.

At the other end of the table, Liverpool beat Bristol City 1-0 to move off the bottom on goal difference with their first win...