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Issue #09/2015 - 6 MAR 2015

VfL Wolfsburg
VfL Wolfsburg’s women’s team are currently the standard against which all other sides are measured, so what is it that gives the club an edge over the competition? Sarah Steiner visited the Champions League winners in northern Germany to find out.

Sepp Blatter
Ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March, the FIFA President says: “The potential for growth is greater than in any other area of our sport, and the opportunity to overcome social and community barriers is even more pronounced.”

Although the 25th season of the Premier League kicked off last weekend, the competition’s aim of professionalisation is still a long way off.

Canada 2015
For many years New Zealand have remained under the radar on the international stage. Now the Football Ferns are seeking to show what they can do at the Women’s World Cup. According to midfielder Betsy Hassett: “Our goal is to win the title!”

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