Taggart cleared for Socceroos duty
After sitting out Suwon's recent K-League match, Adam Taggart has been cleared of any serious injury.
The Aussie striker was suffering from a sore hamstring but an MRI has confirmed Taggart should be fit to face Kuwait later this month.
Suwon however took no risks with their star attacker on Friday night and revealed they take international duty very seriously for their players.
“We know how much it means for Adam to play for his country in such an important game and we wanted to make sure he got that opportunity,” Suwon’s media chief Eun Ho Lee was quoted by The World Game.
“The decision was made by our head coach Lee Lin-Saeng to rest him, even though he might have played, because he understands what the national team means to Australian players.”
Singh scores brilliant goal for Bayern Munich II
Kiwi attacker Sarpreet Singh continues to turn heads in Germany.
Playing for Bayern Munich II on Saturday night, Singh found the back of the net with a stunning improvised finish in the 38th minute.
Sarpreet Singh with stunning finish overnight for Bayern Munich II 😲🔥 pic.twitter.com/RfnUS1Qwka— Joshua Thomas (@Joshua_Thomas97) August 31, 2019
Unfortunately, his side couldn't make the most of it with Unterhaching ultimately winning the match 2-1.
Bayern II have now won just two of their first seven games in the German third-division to sit 15th.
Singh also found the back of the net for Bayern's first-team earlier this week in a friendly match they ran out 13-1 winners in.
A-League to have first female referee
Kate Jacewicz will become the first female referee to officiate games in the A-League this season.
The 34-year-old was appointed to the league's match officials panel on Friday and will be in line to referee a game during the A-League's first round - which commences on October 11.
Jacewicz is an eight-time W-League referee of the year and recently refereed two matches at the Women's World Cup in France.
"Kate is without doubt one of the leading referees in the world at any level," FFA chairman Chris Nikou said.
Ben Abraham was the other match official promoted to the panel of A-League referees.
'The greatest Socceroos team ever' - Arnold makes bold call about his Australia side
Graham Arnold believes his Socceroos team will be the greatest of all time in a huge statement following the squad announcement for the beginning of World Cup qualifiers.Read the full story on Goal.
Injury blow puts Taggart in doubt for Socceroos' World Cup qualifier
Australian striker Adam Taggart could miss the upcoming Kuwait World Cup qualifier with injury, while Mitch Langerak is also a concern.Real the full story on Goal.
Socceroos squad named for Kuwait qualifier
Australia coach Graham Arnold has named his 23-man squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifier against Kuwait.See the squad and read the full story on Goal.
Sainsbury signs for Maccabi Haifa
Australian centre-half Trent Sainsbury has signed for Israel Premier League side Maccabi Haifa on a two-year deal.
The 27-year-old will link up with Socceroo teammate Nikita Rukavytsya at the club as he bids to rejuvenate a career that stagnated at PSV Eindhoven after joining the Eredivisie giants following
Maccabi Haifa are a big club in the Israeli league - having won 12 league trophies - but haven't won the title since 2010-11.
FFA Cup quarter-finals confirmed
Five A-League clubs have made it to the last eight of the FFA Cup quarter-finals.
Western Sydney Wanderers sealed their place in the next stage with a 7-1 thrashing of Sydney United on Wednesday night, while Central Coast Mariners beat Brisbane Roar on penalties.
Elsewhere, Hume City and Brisbane Strikers also claimed wins with the quarter-final draw now decided.
Adelaide United are the reigning champions after they defeated Sydney FC in last year's final.
Sydney FC defend controversial advertisement for voluntary strength and conditioning job
Sydney FC have withdrawn an advertisement for a 'voluntary strength and conditioning assistant' with the club and chief executive Danny Townsend clarifying the role was intended as an internshipRead the full story on Goal.
Victory and Wanderers lead the way as A-League membership numbers are revealed
The 2019-20 A-League season looms as a big one for many clubs.
With the introduction of Western United and a new stadium for Western Sydney Wanderers, many clubs will be hoping to grow and consolidate their fan bases.
After Goal compared the prices of every A-League club's membership, the early numbers on how many fans are signing up for each club make for interesting reading.
Arzani getting closer to Celtic return
Australian prodigy Daniel Arzani has been given the all-clear to return to full training at Celtic from the serious knee injury he suffered.
The 20-year-old hasn't played since he tore his anterior cruciate ligament on his first team debut for the Hoops in October last year.
Arzani was told by Spanish orthopedic surgeon Ramon Cugat that he could resume full training after only being able to compete in light duties over the past few weeks.
He is expected to be brought into the Celtic under-23 squad first before targeting availability for the senior side in mid-September.
A-League membership: Every club's prices compared
Though the next A-League season may still be two months away, Goal has rounded up the membership prices for all eleven clubs.
With pre-season well underway for players, clubs have been quick to settle on how much it will cost fans to attend their games in the 2019-20 season.
Ahead of a big campaign for A-League clubs as they look to revitalise the competition, getting their membership pricing right will be crucial.