Completion of 2019/20- Round 9- Team of the Week
Filip Kurto, Liberato Cacace, Tomislav Mrcela, Aaron Calver, Rhyan Grant, James Troisi, Neil Kilkenny, Alexander Baumjohann, Besart Berisha, Chris Ikonomidis, Adam Le Fondre
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.
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.
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.
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