Emily van Egmond’s high hopes for the World Cup


Matildas centurion Emily van Egmond speaks as rapidly and decisively as she responds on the pitch. It’s 7.30am in wintry Melbourne but 2.30pm in sunny San Diego, where the 29-year-old midfielder – who’s played her club soccer with San Diego Wave since January last year – chats via Zoom before heading home for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which begins on July 20.

“Obviously it’s come such a long way,” the Newcastle native replies when asked what’s changed in Australian…



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