- Tony Gustavsson named new Quotes women’s national team coach
- Gustavsson has been assistant to USA coach Jill Ellis at last two World Mugs
- The particular Swede will be tasked with top the hosts at the 2023 Ladies World Cup
Two-time FIFA Women’s Planet Cup™-winning assistant coach Tony Gustavsson has been named the new head trainer of Australia women’s national group.
The Swede continues to be tasked with the responsibility of top co-hosts Australia at the 2023 Can certainly World Cup. Gustavsson’s coaching pedigree includes consecutive Women’s World Mug trophies in 2015 and 2019, when he served as No2 to Jill Ellis with UNITED STATES. He was also assistant to Pia Sundhage when USA won precious metal at the 2012 London Olympics.
Gustavsson is currently working as the first group head coach at Swedish best flight men’s side Hammarby. Their successes at club level consist of leading Tyreso to the UEFA Ladies Champions League final in 2014.
Gustavsson’s contract operates until 2024 and he is set to be responsible for the Matildas for several important global competitions, including next year’s Tokyo 2020 Women’s Olympic Football Competition, the AFC Women’s Asian Glass 2022 and the showpiece event, the particular Women’s World Cup on house soil.
The 47-year-old will be looking to improve upon the particular Matildas’ showing at France 2019, where they dropped out following the Round of 16, losing in order to Norway on penalties.
“I am extremely proud and pleased to have been appointed (Australia) head trainer, ” Gustavsson said. “I believe that my 21 years of coaching have got put me in the position to become ready for this.
“It feels as if I have come to a flash where this is what I have been waiting for – to lead the Matildas pertaining to four years and also at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia plus New Zealand in 2023.
“I have always stated that the Matildas have the potential to become one of the best teams in the world and that is a primary reason that I wanted to get on board using this job.
“I are usually in the pressure cooker a lot of times and environments that demand success. These types of experiences will be beneficial as we try this together with the fans, the stakeholders,, as well as the staff as a team. ”