A-League 2019-20 Round 9 My Team of the Week and Votes

Completion of 2019/20- Round 9- Team of the Week

Formation

4-3-3

Starting 11:

Filip Kurto, Liberato Cacace, Tomislav Mrcela, Aaron Calver, Rhyan Grant, James Troisi, Neil Kilkenny, Alexander Baumjohann, Besart Berisha, Chris Ikonomidis, Adam Le Fondre

Goalkeeper

Filip Kurto (Goalkeeper- Western United)- The reason why Western United won can be attributed to the impressive display of Filip Kurto, who made some crucial saves.

Defenders

Liberato Cacace (Left Back- Wellington Phoenix)- It was a typical Liberato Cacace performance; Cacace was prolific and a key cog in the Wellington Phoenix line up.
Tomislav Mrcela (Centre Back- Perth Glory)- Tomislav Mrcela proved that he could be a permanent part of the Perth Glory line up with a quality display, Mrcela scored the all important third goal of the game; they say 2-nil is a dangerous score line.Aaron Calver (Centre Back- Western United)- Aaron Calver proved why he should be a definite starter in the Western United line up every week with a solid display.
Rhyan Grant (Right Back- Sydney FC)- Rhyan Grant had a good game in what was probably the best performance of any team by Sydney FC, partly due to the attacking manner in which Rhyan Grant plays.

Midfielders

James Troisi (Centre Midfield- Adelaide United)- James Troisi justified Adelaide United’s decision to recruit him with what proved to be the decisive match winning goal.
Neil Kilkenny (Centre Midfield- Perth Glory)- Neil Kilkenny was prolific for the Perth Glory, Kilkenny played a pivotal role for the Glory in the middle of the park.
Alexander Baumjohann (Attacking Midfield- Sydney FC)- Alexander Baumjohann probably played his best game as a Sydney FC player, he was instrumental in Sydney FC crushing win over the Brisbane Roar.

Striker

Besart Berisha (Striker- Western United)- Besart Berisha scored a brace in Western United’s 3-1 win over Melbourne Victory.
Chris Ikonomidis (Striker- Perth Glory)- Chris Ikonomidis was arguably the best player on the park in Perth Glory’s game against Melbourne City.
Adam Le Fondre (Sydney FC)- Adam Le Fondre was in a class of his own, he finished the game with a well deserved hat trick.

A-League 2019/20- Round 9 My Votes

Team with Round 9 Bye: Central Coast Mariners

A-League Friday Game My Votes

Melbourne City v Perth Glory My Votes
3- Chris Ikonomidis (Perth Glory)
2- Neil Kilkenny (Perth Glory)
1- Tomislav Mrcela (Perth Glory)

A-League Saturday Games My Votes

Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney Wanderers My Votes
3- Stefan Marinovic (Wellington Phoenix)
2- Daniel Lopar (Western Sydney Wanderers)
1- Jaushua Sotirio (Wellington Phoenix)

Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar My Votes
3- Adam Le Fondre (Sydney FC)
2- Alexander Baumjohann (Sydney FC)
1- Trent Buhagiar (Sydney FC)

A-League Sunday Games My Votes

Western United v Melbourne Victory My Votes
3- Filip Kurto (Western United)
2- Besart Berisha (Western United)
1- Alessandro Diamanti (Western United)

Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets My Votes
3- Paul Izzo (Adelaide United)
2- James Troisi (Adelaide United)
1- George Blackwood (Adelaide United)

My Leaderboard Top 10 (Completion of 2019/20- Round 9)

1st– Jamie Maclaren (Melbourne City)- 12 votes
1st- Adam Le Fondre (Sydney FC)- 12 votes
3rd- Daniel Lopar (Western Sydney Wanderers)- 11 votes
4th– Rhyan Grant (Sydney FC)- 9 votes
5th- James Troisi (Adelaide United)- 7 votes
5th– Josh Risdon (Western United)- 7 votes
5th– Ola Toivonen (Melbourne Victory)- 7 votes
5th- Stefan Marinovice (Wellington Phoenix)- 7 votes
9th– Riley Mcgree (Adelaide United)- 6 votes
9th Josh Brillante (Melbourne City)- 6 votes
9th– Brandon O’Neill (Sydney FC)- 6 votes
9th– Glen Moss (Newcastle Jets)- 6 votes

 

 

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