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Footballers Launch Plan To Increase W-League Salaries, Improve Conditions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 23 / 16

As rival codes "ready their arsenal for battle on the women’s sporting landscape," football players are hatching an "ambitious plan to dramatically increase W-League salaries and conditions," according to Davutovic & Windley of the HERALD SUN. Dubbed "60 at 60," the football players' ...

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