Gustavsson demands investment as Matildas look forward

By Anna Harrington and Joel Gould
Updated August 20 2023 - 10:15pm, first published 3:31am
Sam Kerr and the Matildas did not hide their disappointment at losing the third-place playoff. (Darren England/AAP PHOTOS)
Sam Kerr and the Matildas did not hide their disappointment at losing the third-place playoff. (Darren England/AAP PHOTOS)

Coach Tony Gustavsson has hinted his future with the Matildas is contingent on more high-performance investment as his charges attempt to move on from Women's World Cup heartbreak and towards the Paris Olympics.

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