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David Gallop rules out inquiry into Alen Stajcic's sacking: 'There won't be a review of the decision'

Alen Stajcic has described the personal and professional impact of the saga over his dismissal as Matildas head coach.
Speaking to the media for the first time since being axed as Matildas head coach, Stajcic says he remains in the dark about the reasons for his dismissal.

Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop said on Thursday there will be no inquiry into the shock dismissal of Alen Stajcic as coach of the Australian women's football team.

Stajcic was sacked last month after a meeting with Gallop, with the governing body citing a "poor culture" around the team for his removal, which followed an internal survey of players and staff and a supplementary review by a women's rights group.

Ante Milicic was confirmed on Monday as the new coach for the Matildas...

Ante Milicic names first Matildas squad, confident Australia can win the Women's World Cup

Speaking to the media for the first time since being axed as Matildas head coach, Stajcic says he remains in the dark about the reasons for his dismissal.
Alen Stajcic has described the personal and professional impact of the saga over his dismissal as Matildas head coach.

New Matildas coach Ante Milicic says Australia can win the World Cup, claiming sacked coach Alen Stajcic's blessing to take the team forward after their most acrimonious chapter.

Stajcic was axed last month by Football Federation Australia, which installed long-term Socceroos right-hand man Milicic in the role after a fast-tracked selection process.

Milicic is yet to speak to his team, and will do so on Saturday as the side assembles for three friendly matches on home soil beginning next week.

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Australia appoints Ante Milicic to lead Matildas to World Cup

Alen Stajcic has described the personal and professional impact of the saga over his dismissal as Matildas head coach.
Speaking to the media for the first time since being axed as Matildas head coach, Stajcic says he remains in the dark about the reasons for his dismissal.

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

The 44-year-old, who has no experience in charge of a women's side, has been appointed as interim national team coach until the end of Australia's campaign at the World Cup, which commences on June 7.

He succeeds deposed boss Alen Stajcic, fired by FFA last month after surveys and investigations suggested a toxic culture had spread under...

Matildas to appoint Ante Milicic as interim World Cup coach - report

Alen Stajcic has described the personal and professional impact of the saga over his dismissal as Matildas head coach.
Speaking to the media for the first time since being axed as Matildas head coach, Stajcic says he remains in the dark about the reasons for his dismissal.

The Matildas coaching dramas has taken another turn with Ante Milicic reportedly set to lead the national side to the World Cup on an interim capacity.

Milicic is tipped to have beaten a number of candidates, a couple of whom are believed to be from overseas and have been interviewed by the FFA over the past fortnight.

The former Socceroos representative takes over from the Alen Stajcic, who is still exploring his legal options after being sacked last month.

Milicic, 44, has been a part of a FFA...

Heartbreak, allegations and zero transparency: The fallout from Australia's Alen Stajcic debacle

Every time the dust tries to settle around the curious case of Alen Stajcic's abrupt sacking, conversation and speculation blows in to stir things up again.

With each fresh disturbance the debris settles a little further out, to the extent that few in Australia's wider football family have not been touched by Football Federation Australia's bombshell decision to sack Stajcic as Matildas coach.

The man at the centre of the storm, the now "former" coach of Australia's national women's team, sounded...