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Caitlin Foord 'confident' Ante Milicic will take Matildas to Olympics

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Arsenal and Matildas striker Caitlin Foord has told ESPN she is "confident" Australia coach Ante Milicic will take the team through to the Olympics.

Milicic was due to take the Matildas to the Tokyo Olympics this summer before becoming the inaugural coach of A-League expansion club Macarthur FC for the 2020-21 season.

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Caitlin Foord says the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics could be a blessing in disguise for Australia's 2021 quest for a gold medal.

The Matildas had one of the busiest, travel-heavy schedules in international women's football over the past two years -- including a World Cup, Asian Cup, Olympic qualifying and numerous friendlies.

There has been little room for rest at club level, either, with many Matildas alternating between Australia's W-League and America's NWSL for several years now.

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Cameroon striker Njoya Nchout Ajara has backed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decision to postpone the 2020 Games in Tokyo, and she believes the coronavirus-enforced rescheduling will give athletes a better opportunity to thrive next year.

Amid increasing pressure and widespread disruption following the COVID-19 outbreak, Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and IOC president Thomas Bach announced their decision to push the Olympic Games back to the first half of 2021.

"The postponement...