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One Out, All Out.

Sunday evening was a sad one for us one so many counts. The Matildas failed to play to the standards that they had set themselves against Sweden and as a result lost a game in which they should have been more competitive. Which in turn meant that our journey has almost come to an end […]

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Don’t Believe All You Read

Everything we read before we left Australia and nearly everything we heard once we arrived in Germany was disparaging about Bochum, the city that will host the Matildas’ game against Equatorial Guinea. Yesterday we were able to form our own opinions and they were very different. Friday the wonderful – not – German summer deprived […]

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Goodbye Gottingen

Yesterday was our last day in Gottingen a town in which we have been made very welcome, as have the Matildas. It also happened to be my birthday, and the local Police who have been escorting the Matildas gave me one of their berets as a gift. Thank you Christoph and Mandy, it was greatly […]

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Training Proved Hard Work – For Us.

Today was a really early start, up at 2am, checked out of the hotel and at 2.20am caught a taxi from our hotel to Dusseldorf’s main train station. Sadly as we walked into the station one of the handles on our pack lunches broke and the bottle of orange juice smashed and our light meal […]

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