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Serbia international Milica Mijatovic stranded in Melbourne due to coronavirus closures

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Milica Mijatovic's plan was simple: Win the W-League Grand Final with Melbourne City on Saturday, then fly home to Serbia on Sunday. But things didn't go to plan.

Mijatovic won the W-League championship on March 21 but, unlike her foreign teammates, she didn't get to fly home as Serbia closed its borders and airports due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving her stuck in Melbourne for the foreseeable future.

- Lewis: Natasha Dowie and the W-League players stuck in limbo
- Randall: FFA's last chance...

Sydney FC 'working through' contract issues with players - Danny Townsend

FFA CEO James Johnson says border closures forced the A-League to postpone the season.

One of Sydney FC's greatest assets threatens to become a headache for the A-League champions if the coronavirus pandemic continues to halt Australian sport.

The Sky Blues have locked in almost all of their squad for at least the next 12 months.

Newcastle Jets player tests positive for coronavirus
- Randall: FFA's last chance to fulfill football's true potential

That scenario is in stark contrast to the majority of the league with about half of all contracted players facing unemployment amid...

Football Federation Australia lays off 70 percent of staff due to coronavirus

FFA CEO James Johnson says border closures forced the A-League to postpone the season.

Australia's soccer federation has laid off 70 percent of its staff as it battles to remain solvent during a national shutdown to contain the coronavirus.

"This has been an extremely difficult decision to make, but necessary to stabilise the organisation so that it can continue to service the game, albeit in a vastly different landscape," Football Federation Australia chief executive James Johnson said in a statement on Friday.

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Football Federation Australia's last opportunity to reset and fulfill soccer's true potential

FFA CEO James Johnson says border closures forced the A-League to postpone the season.

When Football Federation Australia CEO James Johnson said on Tuesday that "mission difficult, had become mission impossible," he was talking about the desire to complete the 2019-20 A-League season. But he could have just as easily have been summarising the game's attempts to stay afloat in its current model.

If reports circulating on Wednesday are to be believed, the suspension of the current A-League season has presented the opportunity for Fox Sports, the local broadcaster, to tear up their $57m-a-year...

W-League Season Wrap: Melbourne City go unbeaten, future Matildas step up

Steve Corica believes the league has made the right decision in order to officially conclude the league.

JUMP TO: Adelaide United | Brisbane Roar | Canberra United | Melbourne City | Melbourne Victory | Newcastle Jets | Perth Glory | Sydney FC | Western Sydney Wanderers

Do you remember when the W-League kicked off in November? It seems so long ago now that it almost seems hypothetical. What did we care about then? The delayed release of the season schedule? The late player signings? Was it the invisible marketing campaign? The sporadic stadiums and the bizarre kickoff times? Maybe it was all of them...