30- Alexander Baumjohann (Sydney FC)
Alexander Baumjohann has plenty of ability. He proved that he can play as substitute as he had an impact on the game in the A-League Season 2019/20 grand final!
29- Neill Kilkenny (Perth Glory)
Neill Kilkenny is a quality player that’s good at taking set pieces. Along with that Kilkenny helped the Perth Glory control the balance of play at times in the A-League Season 2019/20. He finished the Season with three goals; all penalties and five assists.
28- Alex Grant (Perth Glory)
Alex Grant had an outstanding Season for the Perth Glory. He helped the team keep the most clean sheets of any A-League team in Season 2019/20, which was nine games without conceding a goal.
27- Jay O’Shea (Brisbane Roar)
Jay O’Shea showed that he has talent in the A-League Season 2019/20, as he scored one goal and provided six assists.
26- Nathaniel Atkinson (Melbourne City)
Nathaniel Atkinson has plenty of ability. All that he needs to do to reach his potential and play at an optimum level, because if he does he will go overseas.
25- Richard Windbichler (Melbourne City)
Richard Windbichler showed what a quality player he is late in A-League Season 2019/20; he is an extremely capable centre back.
24- Bruno Fornaroli (Perth Glory)
Bruno Fornaroli is normally clinical in the final third. He scored 13 goals and provided two assists in the A-League Season 2019/20.
23- Roy O’Donovan (Newcastle Jets)
Roy O’Donovan scored ten goals and provided one assist despite only starting 19 games in A-League Season 2019/20.
22- Connor Pain (Western United)
Connor Pain played a pivotal role for Western United, on the left wing. He scored two goals and provided six assists in A-League Season 2019/20.
21- Jamie Young (Brisbane Roar)
The Brisbane Roar were struggling early in A-League Season 2019/20 as Jamie Young was sitting on the substitutes bench. When Young got the opportunity to make the number one goalkeeping spot his own, he didn’t let the team down. He was a bit of a barometer for the Brisbane Roar, as they managed to finish in the top six and play finals, which was partly due to Young’s consistency.