My 50 Most Naturally Talented A-League Players- Season 2019-20 (50-41)


50- Nick D’agostino (Perth Glory)

Nick D’agostino is a player that’s extremely talented, which he proved when playing for the Olyroos where he scored a sensational goal.

49- Ryan McGowan (Sydney FC)

Ryan McGowan is an important part of the Sydney FC defence, as McGowan is a player that prevents opposition attacks leading to goals.

48- Migjen Basha (Melbourne Victory)

Migjen Basha didn’t get the recognition that he deserved, due to being a part of a team that had a disappointing Season. Put simply Basha is a player that’s capable of helping his team control the middle of the park.

47- Forin Berenguer (Melbourne City)

Florin Berenguer is an outstanding player that has the ability to cause other teams problems when in the final third.

46- Berni Ibini-Isei (Newcastle Jets)

Berni Ibini-Isei is capable of scoring goals and he also has the ability to play as an impact player off the substitutes bench.

45- Ben Waine (Wellington Phoenix)

Ben Waine is a player that deserved more game time based on his talent, during A-League Season 2019/20.

44- Scott Galloway (Melbourne City)

Scott Galloway is a player with plenty of ability. Unfortunately, Galloway didn’t get the opportunity to play as much as his talent warranted in A-League Season 2019/20.

43- Rhyan Grant (Sydney FC)

Rhyan Grant has talent, but his endeavour is his strength, as Grant is a player that always puts in maximum effort. It was due to Rhyan Grant scoring an intelligent goal that Sydney FC won the championship in A-League Season 2019/20.

42- Ryan Kitto (Adelaide United)

Ryan Kitto is a player that has the capability to play many roles. His preferred position in the A-League Season 2019/20 was left back.

41- Mitchell Duke (Western Sydney Wanderers)

Mitchell Duke was clinical in the final third for the majority of the time in A-League Season 2019/20.

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