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Milicic warns Matildas against complacency

Sam Kerr will be starting but Ante Milicic will again shuffle his deck for Australia's final and decisive Cup of Nations match with Argentina.

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Matildas make fresh start under Milicic

After a tumultuous month, a collective sigh of relief was almost audible around Leichhardt Oval as the focus finally returned to the football.

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Samantha Kerr named new Matildas captain

Ante Milicic has made the biggest shake-up of his brief Matildas tenure by installing superstar Sam Kerr as captain and Steph Catley as her deputy.

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Milicic to succeed Stajcic as Matildas boss

The FFA has given perennial right-hand man Ante Milicic the job of restoring unity within the Matildas and winning this year's World Cup.

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Stajcic 'remains in the dark' over sacking

A frustrated Alen Stajcic still doesn't know why he was sacked as Matildas coach almost three weeks ago, according to Football Coaches Australia.

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Stajcic sacking saga set to come to climax

Storm clouds around FFA's decision to sack Alen Stajcic should bring their downpour within a week, as the jilted coach considers his options.