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Apr 27, 2016   |  6:19AM AET

Victory duo named in PFA Team of the Season

Victory duo named in PFA Team of the Season

Melbourne Victory duo Matthieu Delpierre and Kosta Barbarouses have been named in the Professional Footballers Australia A-League 2015/16 Team of the Season.

Delpierre was named in the centre of defence, while Barbarouses was included as one of five substitutes.

Voted on by all of the PFA’s A-League-based members, the team includes representatives from seven Hyundai A-League clubs.

Brisbane Roar’s Jade North was voted as captain of the team, and Adelaide United’s Guillermo Amor was named as coach.

“On behalf of our members, I would like congratulate all those selected in the Team of the Season,” said PFA chairman Craig Foster.

“The team highlights the incredible playing talent that calls the A-League home and once again demonstrates the ever improving standard on the pitch.”

Victory members and fans were voted by the players as creating the best atmosphere in the Hyundai A-League for the second consecutive season, while Etihad Stadium was voted as best pitch in the competition.

The 2015/16 PFA A-League Team of the Season

Goalkeeper: Thomas Sorensen (Melbourne City)

Defenders: Josh Risdon (Perth Glory), Matthieu Delpierre (Melbourne Victory), Jade North (c) (Brisbane Roar), Scott Jamieson (Western Sydney Wanderers).

Midfielders: Corona (Brisbane Roar), Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City), Diego Castro (Perth Glory)

Forwards: Jamie Maclaren (Brisbane Roar), Bruno Fornaroli (Melbourne City), Harry Novillo (Melbourne City)

Substitutes: Mark Birighitti (Newcastle Jets), Nikolai Topor-Stanley (Western Sydney Wanderers), Mitch Nichols (Western Sydney Wanderers), Roly Bonevacia (Wellington Phoenix), Kosta Barbarouses (Melbourne Victory)

Coach: Guillermo Amor (Adelaide United)

Referee: Strebre Delovski