All ten Hyundai A-League clubs have now had their glitzy annual awards to recognise the best players from the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 season.
Who were the major award winners from your club? We take a look…
Player of the season: Isaias
The Spanish midfielder was at his combative best, working tirelessly in the Reds’ engine room.
Player of the season: Corey Brown
The left-back’s development throughout an excellent season was rightly recognised.
Player’s player of the season: Jamie Maclaren
By far Brisbane’s most potent attacker, the fringe Caltex Socceroo scored twenty goals in a wonderful campaign.
Central Coast Mariners
Player of the season: Paul Izzo
The Adelaide-bound stopper brought the curtain down on his time in Gosford with a standout season between the sticks.
Player of the season: Neil Kilkenny
A mainstay in City’s midfield, his commitment and aggression could never be questioned.
Player of the season: Carl Valeri
Victory’s captain led from the front with a series of lion-hearted performances.
Player’s player of the season: Marco Rojas
The precociously talented attacker scored and created goals in a delightful return to the Hyundai A-League.
Player of the season: Steven Ugarkovic
The 22-year old midfielder started 24 of the Jets’ 27 matches and in just his second season was a driving force in their engine room.
Player of the season: Diego Castro
Player’s player of the season: Diego Castro
For the second consecutive year, the super Spaniard won all five of Glory’s major end-of-season awards!
Player of the season: Milos Ninkovic
Player’s player of the season: Milos Ninkovic
The Johnny Warren medallist repeated the dose at the Sky Blues’ awards night, earning just reward for a simply sensational season.
Player of the season: Kosta Barbarouses
On his return to the club, the kiwi winger was voted the most consistent player across the 2016/17 season, playing all but two games and scoring some eye-catching goals.
Player’s player of the season: Roy Krishna
The Fijian’s goals, work ethic and infectious personality saw him recognised by his team-mates for the first time.
Western Sydney Wanderers
Player of the season: Brendon Santalab
The popular veteran was industrious, effective and prolific this season, scoring 14 goals and never giving opposition defenders a moment’s rest.