ESPN FC's Stewart Robson joins the panel to break down the two favourites of the Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal and Egypt. CAIRO – Cameroon striker Joel Tagueu has been withdrawn from the Indomitable Lions' squad at the Africa Cup of Nations after a medical […]
Alanna Kennedy has defended tactics that the Matildas coaching staff employed in their 2-1 loss to Italy. MONTPELLIER, France — After beginning this Women's World Cup ranked No. 6 and as the highest-seeded team in its group for the first time in history, Australia has positioned itself right back where it is perhaps most comfortable ahead of their matchup against Brazil on Thursday — as the underdogs. With a stunning 2-1 last-ditch loss to Italy on Sunday, the Matildas went from Group C top dogs to having to fight their way back into this tournament. Fortunately, that's a drill they know well.