Griff's Dream Team for Week Four

EX-BRISBANE Roar Keeper Griffin McMaster is back with his pick of the week's talent in his latest Team Of The Week.

GK Danny Vukovic
Perth Glory
Made a number of saves including one low to right off Matt Thompson. Good clean sheet from him and hopefully his confidence can build.
DL Adama Traore
Melbourne Victory
Cements himself as the best leftback in the league. Tracks back very well. Touches and passing first class for A-League
DC Matt Smith
Brisbane Roar
Typical stellar performance from the captain, even adding to the scorers' list again. Relishing his time at Brisbane and in addition, helped his team to a clean sheet.
DC Michael Thwaite
Perth Glory
Marshalled his troops well on Saturday afternoon and put in a strong performance. Helped his team to a clean sheet.
DR Jerome Polenz
Western Sydney Wanderers
Played another solid match on Friday night. Knows his role in the back four. Was lucky to stay on the pitch after a nasty challenge (yellow card) however he showed great mobility up against Isaias.
ML Ruben Zadkovich
Newcastle Jets
Was a busy player and made good runs, made creative passes and helped the strikers. His best performance this season thus far.
MC James Troisi
Brisbane Roar
Scored  two and his second at blistering pace. Socceroos call up? Don't be surprised...
MC Marcos Flores
Central Coast Mariners
Was busy in midfield and provided creative passes through the middle. Linked up well with Duke, McGlinchey and Hutchinson. Definitely going to be one of central coasts most dangerous players
MR Marcelo Carrusca
Adelaide United
Did play in a losing side but was always involved (47 passes with 87% completion) and scored the opening goal. One of Adelaide’s more consistent performers this season.
SC Tom Juric 
Western Sydney Wanderers 
Becoming one of the deadliest strikers in the league. People are sitting up and taking notice of the young marksmen. Class goals, one from outside the box and his header to seal the winner. Expect more goals from him.
SC Henrique
Brisbane Roar
Nicknamed ‘The slippery fish’ for obvious reason. He finds space away from his defenders and is potent in front of goal. Added another two goals to his tally at Brisbane. A real match winner. His first goal, chesting the ball down and slotting home, was class.