Asked about the excitement of the Perth fans and their expectation that there
will be plenty of goals from the Glory, particularly with the likes of himself
and Andy Keogh available up front, Taggart replied: “I mean, everywhere I play
I’m always thinking about goals.
“That’s the most important thing to me in football, you know, apart from
winning, so I’m looking forward to playing up front with Keogh and we’ve (Diego)
Castro and a lot of really exciting players.“So, magista obra
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show everyone in WA that the State has produced many good players and now we’re
putting it all together.
“And I think everyone is looking forward to it as much as I am.”
Perth have made a point of bringing local talent back into the playing pool
and have 14 home-grown players, including Taggart, in the squad for the upcoming
season, alongside some terrific signings they have made from overseas in recent
years, including Keogh and Castro.
Taggart is aiming to get his career back on track after he headed overseas
following the 2013-14 season here, Jordan
Hypervenom Phantom II when playing for Newcastle Jets he zoomed
home to win the A-League Golden Boot with 10 goals in the last 11 rounds and a
total of 16.
He represented Australia at the 2014 World Cup before joining up with Fulham
in the Championship in England. Injury problems at the worst possible time adidas x
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Taggart signed for Glory last January, but was unable to play in the second
half of the A-League season because of a FIFA rule that restricts players from
playing for more than two clubs in one season.
Recently, Taggart has been restricted by an ankle injury he sustained at
training, but now he is raring to go again and has been named in the squad for
Perth’s FFA Cup round of 16 game against Sydney FC at Dorrien Gardens on Tuesday