Brisbane Roar Women's FC News

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

Adam Taggart struck twice to give Brisbane Roar their first win of the A-League season. 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. A-League A-League Tipping The 2018-19 A-League season is undoubtedly going to be full of surprises so gather friends, family and workmates and get tipping! Australia Home Head to ESPN's home of everything A-League, W-League, Socceroos and Matildas! "It's...
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Emily Gielnik makes W-League switch from Brisbane Roar to Melbourne Victory

North Carolina Courage avenged their 2017 NWSL Championship defeat to Portland Thorns with a dominant victory in Portland in the 2018 final. Tournament of Nations: Sam Kerr (16') Japan 1-2 Australia Matildas attacker Emily Gielnik has ended a nine-year association with the Brisbane Roar to sign with W-League rivals Melbourne Victory. The 26-year-old has played for the Roar since 2009 but has opted for a change of scenery and will link up with her former coach Jeff Hopkins at Victory. Capped 20 times for Australia, Gielnik shapes as a handy addition for a Victory outfit that hasn't qualified for the W-League finals since cross-town rivals Melbourne City entered the competition. City have since...
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Brisbane Roar finally establish headquarters in Logan

Brisbane withstood a late barrage from Sydney to hold on for the win, but it was David Carney leaving after half-time and Alex Brosque spitting towards the referee that caused some controversy. After 13 years as footballing nomads, Brisbane finally have a place to call home. And long-serving captain Matt McKay is hopeful the A-League club's new $9 million training and administrative headquarters in Logan can help spur them onto an unlikely finals appearance. The Roar have officially unveiled their new facility at Browns Plains which, eventually, will house every section of the club's operations -- including their W-League, NPL and academy teams. It ends more than a decade of life on the...
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MATCH ANALYSIS: Brisbane Roar break Melbourne City hoodoo

Brisbane Roar has secured their first win against two time W-League Champions, Melbourne City, after goals from Allira Toby and Katrina Gorry sealed the three points. It was a hot day in Brisbane for the last match of the W-League before Christmas and it was a big clash as Roar looked to secure top spot …
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MATCH ANALYSIS: Brisbane Roar wins first game at home

Brisbane Roar sealed a 1-0 win over Adelaide United on Friday night after a late goal from Hayley Raso. It was a special game at Suncorp Stadium, as Tameka Butt became the second Brisbane Roar player to make 100 appearances for the W-League team. It was a slow start to the match for Adelaide while …
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WATCH W-League - Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory - LIVE STREAM

Brisbane Roar take on Matildas star Sam Kerr's Perth Glory to wrap up Round two of the 2017-18 W-League season. Catch all the action from Suncorp Stadium here, on our TWG app, or watch it on Sunday afternoon LIVE, FREE and in HD on SBS VICELAND from 2pm (AEDT).
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Brisbane Roar pounce in season opener against Sydney FC

In muggy overcast conditions Brisbane Roar came to Allianz Stadium and taught Sydney FC a lesson in a solid 3-1 win. The opening game of the 2017/18 W-league season did not disappoint with the two old rivals delivering end-to-end action and plenty of goals. The outcome was written early with an opening goal scored within …
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