Australian World Cup striker joins Fulham

The Socceroos striker Adam Taggart who made an impressive debut with the Australian men’s football team is now ready for the new challenge of getting up his new club back to where it was. The 21-year-old made two appearances at the World Cup in Brazil and has to its name three goals in its seven appearances for the Socceroos.

Adam is obviously excited and is looking forward to starting a new chapter of his career. He said this was something he really wanted to do and by going overseas he will get a chance to test himself at the next level at such a great club with such a great history and coaching staff.

About Adam Taggart

Adam Jake Taggart scored his first goal against Gold Coast United. He scored a hat trick against Melbourne Heat after he was signed up for 2 years with A-League club Newcastle Jets. He also received Golden Boot award for his excellent performance with Newcastle. The 16 goals which took him to the top of the goalscoring chart where enough to attract the attention of the Australian coach Postecoglou who saw him as a part of his squad for FIFA World Cup 2014.

Adam is glad that they as a team were able to leave a mark in the Brazil and they were able to prove those people wrong that always saw them as the underdogs of FIFA World Cup 2014.

About Fulham

The Fulham Football Club based in southwest London was founded in 1879 and is the oldest football team playing in the Premier League from London. The team is owned by Pakistani-born American billionaire entrepreneur.

Fulham has confirmed that Australia striker Adam Taggart has joined them on a three-year deal though the fee has not been disclosed yet. “Fulham Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Adam Taggart from Australia A-League side Newcastle Jets, for an undisclosed fee.” Read the club’s official website.