Griff's Team of the Week Round 15

Griffin McMaster selects his pick of round 15 for his latest team of the week. Who made the grade this week?

GK Eugene Galekovic
(Adelaide United)
It wasn’t a really busy time for keepers this weekend in the A-League however Eugene must be proud of his clean sheet performance of the weekend versus Western Sydney Wanderers. Don’t write off Eugene as the potential keeper at the world cup.
 
DL Tarek Elrich
(Adelaide United)
Played a solid match and helped with a clean sheet over higher placed Western Sydney Wanderers. Always puts in a sound shift and last Sunday was no different.
 
DC Trent Sainsbury
(Central Coast Mariners)
Played a pivotal part for the Mariners in their clean sheet win over Sydney FC. Again is a young player that’s improved from last season. Going at this rate he’ll be catching the attention of clubs in Europe of Asia.
 
DC Zac Anderson
(Central Coast Mariners)
Again with him and Sainsbury Zac defended like lions in their encounter against Sydney FC. A player who needed to step up this year and has done so for new boss Phil Moss.
 
DR Storm Roux
(Central Coast Mariners)
Very sound performance gets the tag of ‘job do’er’ but consistency gets you a lot more games and you’re going to see more of him in the future.
 
MC Marcelo Carrusca
(Adelaide United)
Scored the match winner and 45 passes with 84% accuracy. A top player in the A-League with a top performance. Has great pace and awareness and his creativity is class, he’s certainly asserted himself as a danger to watch in future matches.
 
AMC Harry Kewell
(Melbourne Heart)
Finally we’ve seen what the real Harry Kewell is capable of producing and shame its midway through the season because a lot of football fans alike have been excited at the prospect of his return at another A-League stint. On his day he’s the best player in the A-League hands down. Was a class above of any of his rivals. Will he get the attention of Ange Postecoglou?
 
AMC Carlos Hernandez
(Wellington Phoenix)
Has taken a little bit of time to adjust to his new surroundings but now is starting to warm to the fans faithful. Scored twice against his old club and is looking thinner than his days in the Victory shirt.
 
MR Mate Dugandzic
(Melbourne Heart)
Had his best game in a heart jumper for this season and understandably so scoring twice and featuring in a number of attacks in their maiden win against Newcastle Jets. Has electric pace down the wings and great technique. Heart would be smart to have him long term at the club.
 
SC Stein Huysegems
(Wellington Phoenix)
Has improved this season compared to last. Maybe it’s taken a bit of time for him to adapt but this season he’s finding the net and scoring solid goals. His goal late on was class, took a fantastic touch and hit into the corner. One exciting player to watch for the rest of the season.
 
SC Jeremy Brockie
(Wellington Phoenix)
Came on in the 83rd minute. You guys better lay off me but was the only other out and out striker to score this weekend. He put the ball in the back of the net with only 10 minutes of play time in a 5-0 win who else deserves to be in his place? Well done, Jeremy.

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