Goalkeeper: Danny Vukovic (Sydney FC) – The Sky Blues’ last line of defence continues to come up big for the league-leaders, producing another sensational month full of crucial saves.
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Defenders: Rhyan Grant (Sydney FC) – Another outstanding month from the all-action right-back, the highlight coming against Wellington Phoenix with a goal and an assist in the 3-1 win.
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Rhys Williams (Perth Glory) – Back in favour in the west and delivering the goods. A huge factor in the Glory’s now-trademark late-season surge.
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Alex Wilkinson (Sydney FC) – Has formed a formidable defensive partnership with new man Jordy Buijs and an unsung hero in Sydney’s surge to the Premiers’ Plate. Experienced, composed and rarely makes a mistake.
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Midfielders: Neil Kilkenny (Melbourne City) – The midfielder has been a model of consistency all season but has gone to another level over the last month. Not only protects City’s back four but starts attacks with his clever passing.
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Riley McGree (Adelaide United) – Hard to believe the Reds midfielder is just 18-years-old. Coach Gui Amor has shown great faith in the youngster and he’s paid him back in spades. A shining light in a dark campaign for the defending champions.
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Thomas Broich (Brisbane Roar) – The German playmaker has rediscovered his best form in February. Controls the tempo of matches for Roar and is a key reason why John Aloisi’s side is well-placed for a top-four finish.
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Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) – Arnie rates him one of the best players we’ve ever seen in the Hyundai A-League and it’s hard to argue given his incredible performances. No wonder the Sky Blues are trying to convince the Serbian to re-sign with the club.
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James Troisi (Melbourne Victory) – Arguably Victory’s best player all month. Is scoring vital goals to go with his creative spark and looks set for a return to the Caltex Socceroos squad for the first time in over a year.
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Strikers: Marco Rojas (Melbourne Victory) – Opposition defences know exactly what they are in for against the ‘Kiwi Messi’ but still struggle to stop him. One goal and two assists in February as Victory kept the pressure went unbeaten all month.
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Diego Castro (Perth Glory) – Four games, four goals, four assists and many, many more highlights. The Spaniard has been exceptional in Glory’s firing attack.
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Coach of the Month: Graham Arnold (Sydney FC) – The Sky Blues boss continues to drive his team towards the Premiers’ Plate – and the record books – after another sensational month for the runaway leaders.