The Australian association of professional footballers has Mathew Ryan, goalkeeper at Brighton & Hove Albion as the national player of the Year. This is the second time that the 27-year-old goalkeeper, is the recognition on the bag sticks out after 2015, when he was between the posts at Club Brugge was.
“I’m very proud to announce that I’m the prize will”, replied Ryan. “It’s a very nice recognition for all the hard work. It is also nice that the colleagues of me, a reward for the contribution that I, as a football player to the national team, and London.”
Ryan was in between 2013 and 2015 is no restaurant at Club Brugge in Belgium, and moved later to the city. Using a uitleenbeurt at KRC-Genk, he came later, in 2017, when Brighton visit.
In the election of troefde he and teammate Aaron Mooy, goalkeeper, Danny Vukovic (KRC Genk), Roy Krishna (Wellington Phoenix) and Isaias (Adelaide United) out.
Vukovic picked up the last season with Genk in the Belgian title this year in a long time, out with a torn achilles tendon.