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Adam Taggart exits Brisbane Roar, set to join K-League club

A late goal to Dylan Wenzel-Halls has given the Brisbane Roar a 2-1 win over Sydney FC at Suncorp Stadium.
Perth Glory won their third consecutive match against the Melbourne Victory putting them seven points clear on top of the ladder.
Jamie MacLaren's equaliser was enough for Melbourne City to secure a point in a tight encounter with Adelaide United.
Western Sydney Wanderers recorded their first win in two months with a 2-0 win over Central Coast.
Former Socceroo Craig Foster reflects on Hakeem al-Araibi wanting to see his wife, his teammates, and that he felt strong.
Refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi speaks for the first time since landing back in Australia, thanking many for his return.

Less than a year after turning his back on Perth Glory to join Brisbane, Adam Taggart has left the A-League club.

The one-time Socceroo has been sold to an unnamed Asian club, believed to be South Korean team Suwon Bluewings, for an undisclosed fee.

The transfer ends an eventful stint at the Roar for Taggart.

Branded a "liar" by Glory owner Tony Sage after turning his back on his hometown club in May last year to sign with the Roar, Taggart scored 11 goals in 18 A-League appearances for his new...

John Aloisi tells Adam Taggart to focus on Brisbane Roar, not Socceroos

Brisbane striker Adam Taggart needs more than his current purple patch of scoring to break into the Socceroos squad, his coach John Aloisi says.

Taggart has netted five goals in five A-League games this season, including a brace last weekend, to stake a claim to be part of Australia's squad for the Asian Cup in January.

But while Aloisi is certain the 25-year-old marksman will one day return to the international ranks, he says Taggart needs a prolonged stretch of form to warrant a Socceroos berth.

"It's...

A-League's poor VAR execution 'taking the sting out of the game' - Adam Taggart

The A-League's VAR system can only get better according to Brisbane striker Adam Taggart, who says the video official is killing the momentum of matches.

Taggart had a strike ruled out for offside by the system during the Roar's 1-1 draw with Central Coast on Sunday in one of several contentious calls on the competition's opening weekend.

VAR was always likely to be in the spotlight after the "system failed" in last season's Grand Final when the only goal of the match by Melbourne Victory's Kosta...

Brisbane Roar's recruitment of Adam Taggart will help Socceroos' scoring woes - John Aloisi

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi reckons the shortage of Australian strikers getting A-League starting opportunities is a "massive issue" for the Socceroos as they begin life without Tim Cahill.

Aloisi may well end up providing new coach Graham Arnold with one of his best options up front after recruiting former Socceroo Adam Taggart from Perth Glory for the upcoming season.

Taggart, 25, is a rare case in the A-League -- almost every other club has an import starting at the point of attack, which...

 By AAP

Brisbane Roar recruit Adam Taggart denies Perth Glory's 'liar' claims

Adam Taggart has denied suggestions he kept Perth Glory in the dark about his move to A-League rivals Brisbane Roar.

In a statement released on his behalf by Professional Footballers Australia, Taggart said he had spoken with Glory owner Tony Sage, who labelled him a "liar" for turning his back on his hometown team in a furious Facebook rant.

Sage suggested Perth only found out about Taggart's departure when it was announced by the Roar on Tuesday morning, but the 24-year-old said club management...

 By AAP

Perth Glory striker Taggart says don't blame boss Lowe for poor results

Star Perth Glory striker Adam Taggart says it's too early for people to be bagging out coach Kenny Lowe despite the club's recent horror results.

Glory have slipped to seventh on the A-League table following back-to-back losses. Perth were thumped 6-0 by a rampant Sydney FC, before copping a 3-0 home loss to Adelaide.

Glory have been ravaged by injuries all season, forcing Lowe to throw a number of teenagers and other untried players into the starting XI.

Owner Tony Sage threw his support behind...