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W-League Players Request a Wage

AUSTRALIA'S female soccer players are asking for a minimum $11,500 wage in a maiden collective bargaining agreement, as the game faces a huge challenge from a the AFL's women's competition.

The proposal, if adopted, is expected to push the cost of running a W-league team such as Adelaide United's to about $200,000 a year. At the moment, clubs receive just $50,000 in funding from FFA for their women's team.

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