Vote for your forwards of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 Season
We’re asking you to pick your Hyundai A-League Team of the Year.
There have been lots of outstanding performers in 2018/19, but who deserves a spot in the best XI of the season? You decide.
Today, we’re assessing the forwards.
Hyundai A-League Team of the Year vote
A quick glance at the top goalscorer list tells you a lot about being an effective striker.
Wellington Phoenix flyer Roy Krishna terrorised defences in 2018/19, taking out the Golden Boot with 18 goals in the regular season and winning the Johnny Warren Medal for his relentless performances.
Ex-Premier League front man Adam Le Fondre had a debut season to remember for Sydney FC, scoring 16 times in the regular season, while classy Swedish marquee forward Ola Toivonen produced some moments of sheer quality for Melbourne Victory.
Adam Taggart should not be forgotten. The Hyundai A-League’s top scoring Aussie notched 11 goals in only 18 games for Brisbane Roar before his domestic season ended with a move to K-League outfit Suwon Samsung Bluewings, where he has since netted five more.
Andy Keogh may not have made the Grand Final starting line up but the Irishman top scored for Premiers Perth Glory with 15 strikes, and Spanish maestro Diego Castro defied the ageing process to have one of his finest Hyundai A-League seasons at the ripe old age of 36.
Vote for your forward of the year in the poll below. Players must have featured in at least 15 games to qualify.