My Predicted A-League Ladder (Season 2020/21)
1st– Wellington Phoenix
2nd– Western Sydney Wanderers
3rd– Sydney FC
4th– Western United
5th– Newcastle Jets
6th– Melbourne City
7th – Macarthur FC
8th– Adelaide United
9th – Central Coast Mariners
10th – Brisbane Roar
11th– Perth Glory
12th– Melbourne Victory
A-League Grand Final
Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC- (Western Sydney Wanderers to win the title!)
Golden Boot– Berni Ibini (Western Sydney Wanderers)
Johnny Warren Medal– Ramy Najjarine (Newcastle Jets)
Goalkeeper of the Season– Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC)
A-League (Three Most Important Players for Each Team in Season 2020/21)
1- Ryan Strain- Strain has the potential to be in contention for being regarded as the best right back in the A-League.
2- Ryan Kitto- Kitto should solidify his spot at left back for Adelaide United
3- Stefan Mauk- Mauk has to prove it was the right decision to make him Captain.
1- Jack Hingert- Hingert will be an important part of the Brisbane Roar team.
2- Corey Brown- Brown could prove that Melbourne Victory made the wrong decision to let him go. He is a player with a lot of potential.
3- Jamie Young- Young will be looking to prove his still a good goalkeeper.
Central Coast Mariners
1- Oliver Bozanic- Bozanic has the potential to lead Central Coast Mariners within striking distance of making the top six.
2- Ruon Tongyik- Tongyik has the capability to be renowned as one of the best defenders in the A-League.
3- Gianni Stensness- Stensness will be an integral part of the Central Coast Mariners team.
1- James Meredith- Meredith will be a pivotal part of the Macarthur team’s push to finish in the top six.
2- Ivan Franjic- Franjic will be important. First and foremost, for his leadership and secondly for making marauding runs forward.
3- Mark Milligan- Milligan’s leadership will be so important in Macarthur FC’s push to feature in the finals series.
1- Jamie Maclaren- Maclaren needs to continue to score goals if Melbourne City are to reach their potential.
2- Nathaniel Atkinson- Atkinson will be an important part of the Melbourne City team.
3- Florin Berenguer- Berenguer will be an integral aspect of Melbourne City as he is an extremely talented player.
1- Adama Traore- Traore showed how valuable he is to Melbourne Victory in the recent Asian Champions League competition.
2- Storm Roux- Roux will be looking to make marauding runs forward and play to his optimum level.
3- Leigh Broxham- Broxham will be important from a leadership perspective for Melbourne Victory.
1- Ramy Najjarine- Najjarine has the ability to be renowned as a player with elite ability.
2- Steven Ugarkovic- Ugarkovic can show that he will be pivotal to the Newcastle Jets finals hopes.
3- Connor O’Toole- O’Toole is a player with a lot of talent and should show why this Season.
1- Jonathan Asprotamitis- Asprotamitis should prove to be important for the Perth Glory, based on his performance in the Asian Champions League.
2- Bruno Fornaroli- Fornaroli will be looking to be more clinical in the final third.
3- Diego Castro- Castro will want to prove what a natural talent he is.
1- Andrew Redmayne- Redmayne is extremely important as he gives confidence to his Sydney FC teammates.
2- Luke Brattan- Brattan was sorely missed for most of the Asian Champions League. There’s no doubt he makes Sydney FC a better team.
3- Rhyan Grant- Grant will be wanting to prove he should be the Socceroos right back permanently.
1- Luke DeVere- DeVere is a pivotal part of the Wellington Phoenix defence.
2- Louis Fenton- Fenton will be a good recruit as he has the capability to prove that he is a quality player.
3- Matthew Ridenton- Ridenton is a player that has plenty of talent. He should be an important part of the Wellington Phoenix team.
Western Sydney Wanderers
1- Bernie Ibini- Ibini has the potential to prove why he can get into the Socceroos team.
2- Ziggy Gordon- Gordon will want to substantiate why the Western Sydney Wanderers recruited him.
3- Daniel Georgievski- Georgievski is a player that works hard and is a good leader.
1- Aaron Calver- Calver will be an important part of the Western United back three.
2- Josh Risdon- Risdon is a pivotal player in the Western United structure on the right hand side.
3- Max Burgess- Burgess will want to prove that Western United made the right decision in keeping him.