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ryan

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Western United's Women's team have just been announced for next seasons Liberty A-League. Is there any news about when our side will be starting?
 

pjennings

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Western United's Women's team have just been announced for next seasons Liberty A-League. Is there any news about when our side will be starting?
Shaun said yesterday that it is a matter of when - not if. But that the change of ownership (still to be approved) while going through the application process may delay us for next season. He also said WUN were about to be announced
 

pjennings

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The Central Coast Mariners wish to provide our members and fans with an update in regards to the Liberty A-League Women’s team and expansion process.

Central Coast Mariners are currently still working with the Australian Professional Leagues and Football Australia on our submission and plans to hold an A-League Women’s license. The recent announcement of Richard Peil as a director has resulted in the Mariners having the ability to adjust our proposal, and we feel that this will have a very positive impact on our plans for a Women’s A-League team on the coast.

For clarity, Central Coast Mariners still need to confirm with council and key sponsors that they have secured the training facilities and commercial resources required to obtain the license.

Everyone at the Central Coast Mariners welcomes the great news that Western United will be entering the Liberty A-League Women’s next season and will maintain updates around the Mariners’ situation when more information becomes readily available.

Just released

 

crock

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I still have hope that we will come in next season remember that wellington only got announced weeks before the season started
 

BrisRecky

I'm an idiot savant without the pesky savant bit
Western United's Women's team have just been announced for next seasons Liberty A-League. Is there any news about when our side will be starting?
Your f**king kidding !….them getting in before us is a absolute f**king joke ….the men’s team got In meeting about 50% of the criteria , imagine the liberty will have the same
 

Dobbie

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Its ok - the exchange probably swept your real money out months a go and what you are watching in an elaborate ponzi scheme
It'd be funny if it wasn't true. I was thinking pyramid but ponzi is probably closer to the mark. Being an old-ish fart does come with some advantages...
 

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