Kimon Taliadoros (born March 28, 1968) is a former Australian footballer, sports commentator and businessman.
Taliadoros played over 11 seasons in the National Soccer League for South Melbourne, Marconi, Sydney Olympic, Collingwood Warriors and Parramatta Power. He also played three times for the Australian national football team.
Taliadoros was the first life member of the Australian Professional Footballers Association (formerly the “Australian Soccer Players’ Association”), being elected to the Association's executive at its formation in 1993, then serving as Chief Executive 1994-95 and President 1995-98.
Taliadoros focused on developing a business career upon his retirement from football in 2002. He is the Head of Acquisitions and Strategic Marketing for Australian brokerage firm Centric Wealth, with whom he has been employed since 2005.
In addition to his business activities, Taliadoros is also an occasional commentator for Fox Sports Australia.
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