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The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« on: May 28, 2017, 11:53:13 PM »
After 38 matches (27 HAL, 2 Finals, 1 FFA Cup & 8 ACL) voted on in a season that saw us again finish 3rd and get knocked out at the Semi Final stage again, we've finally reached the end.  And with it the final results of our MOTM voting.  Thanks to everyone that contributed to the 290 eligible sets of votes (that's an average of 7.63 voters per match) with almost 1,740 points allocated across the 26 (out of 28) players eligible this season.

Just for clarity, After each round the 3-2-1 votes were counted with the player accumulating the most votes awarded 3 POINTS, the next highest awarded 2 POINTS, and third highest awarded 1 POINT. At the end of the season, in the event of a tie, the player who had been given the most MOTM (3 points) from individual voters was awarded the higher points total. For example, if Broich and Maclaren both ended up on 15 points in a battle for 3rd place and Broich was awarded three points once with Maclaren awarded 3 points twice, then Maclaren would be awarded the 3rd place point. If both had the same amount of MOTM (3pts), the player with the most 2pts would take the cake. If still tied, the the most 1pts would win. If after all that, they were still tied, then the player with the most individual votes over the course of the season would finishing above the other.

The differentiator in short:
Person with most 3pts wins
If same 3pts, most 2 points wins.            
If same 3pts and 2pts, most 1pts wins      
If same 3pts, 2pts and 1pts, most individual MOTM votes wins         
If same 3pts, 2pts, 1pts and MOTM votes, players can't be split            

So I'll start from the bottom and work our way to number 1.  Cause that's how this sort of stuff works.



Key:
* Players in Red have since departed, having played a game for the First Team
* Players in Green have joined the club at some point through the season, and played at least 1 game
* Players in Blue are players who take up a Visa spot
* Players in Orange are players on marquee wages

N/A: Connor O'Toole & Tomislav Bilic (Did feature in 1 game of the season each, but did not receive an points votes)



26th - Jacob Pepper (0 points - 0 votes)
25th - Joey Katebian (0 points - 1 vote)
24th - Dane Ingham (0 points - 3 votes)
23rd - Kye Rowles (1 point - 4 votes)
22nd - Shannon Brady (1 point - 5 votes)
21st - Jade North (3 points - 33 votes)



20th - Nathan Konstandopoulos (3 points - 8 votes)
19th - Nick D'Agostino (3 points - 9 votes - 1 MOTM)
18th - Jack Hingert (3 points - 37 votes - 1 MOTM)
17th - Manuel Arana (4 points - 20 votes)
16th - Daniel Bowles (4 points - 22 votes)



15th - Cameron Crestani (4 point - 30 votes - 1 MOTM)
14th - Jamie Young (4 points - 36 votes - 1 MOTM)
13th - Dimi Petratos (11 points - 68 votes - 3 MOTM)
12th - Matt McKay (12 points - 92 votes - 1 MOTM)
11th - Brett Holman (12 points - 81 points - 2 MOTM)



10th - Joe Caletti (13 points - 74 votes - 1 MOTM)
9th - Corey Brown (13 points - 142 votes - 1 MOTM)
8th - Jamie Maclaren (14 points - 89 votes - 1 MOTM)
7th - Luke DeVere (14 points - 149 votes - 2 MOTM)
6th - Avraam Papadopoulos (14 points - 77 votes - 3 MOTM)



5th place:
Michael Theo (16 points - 100 votes - 3 MOTM)



After a season playing second fiddle to Jamie Young after mounting injuries in the 2015/16 campaign, Theo has bounced back as he always does, showing exactly why he's the most winning-est player in the league, keeping the team in games with spectacular saves (namely again Suncorp Stadium, where he tipped it up to catch when the ball was behind him, saving a near certain goal) and pure leadership right from the back. With rumours suggesting he's signed a new contract to extend his 7 year stay at the club, hopefully he can stay injury free and cement his role as first choice shot stopper, with the best second string Goalkeeper in Jamie Young champing at the bit to get the spot back.



4th place:
Tommy Oar (18 points - 106 votes - 4 MOTM)



His first full season back at the club sees him leap into 4th spot. Despite only scoring 2 goals this season, his performance in the ACL qualifier again Shanghai Shenhua alone was a bright spark for the club this season. From playing either side of the wings this season, to even playing LB a few times, Tommy has shown in glimpses why he will be claiming marquee wages next season. Hopefully with another pre season under his belt, he can step up and be a force for the team to push for the title, and possibly even make it into National Team contention.



3rd place:
Thomas Kristensen (20 points - 189 votes - 4 MOTM)



Replacing Corona was always going to be a difficult prospect to overcome, but the great Dane slotted in seamlessly, scoring 4 goals in his first 10 games of the season, including a brace against Adelaide United in a 10th round 4-0 romping. He even finished higher on the MOTM season voting that Corona did last season to boot. Despite spending a number of weeks out injured, he was the rock in midfield that broke up the play and got the ball moving, with sumptuous diagonal balls and even the odd run or two forward on the wing. With his early season form being so good, it saw him rewarded with a new two year deal. If this season is anything to go by in his first season, we should be in for a treat for another two, especially when off field life looks to have hit the sweet spot, with his son signing for Brisbane City.



2nd place:
Thomas Broich (22 points - 150 votes - 4 MOTM)



Thomas Broich, the walking fountain of youth. Where do we start? Let's go from the beginning. Before the season started, Aloisi was planning to manage the aging body arguably the best player to have played in the league from game to game. That didn't stop the German maestro from continuously turning it on, setting up goal after goal to a striker who became the first player to score 20 goals in two consecutive seasons. Add to that, the fact that he became the first ever inductee into the Brisbane Roar Hall of Fame. No one would be more fitting of the role, and sadly the role would be the last he would play, with him announcing before seasons end his desire to leave the club, before being offered a new deal, and despite wishing to waiting until season's end before starting contract talks. Still, the memories will always rain true, from his pinpoint corner to Erik Paartalu's head in the first Orange Sunday, to another pinpoint cross in the second Orange Sunday, to yet another pinpoint cross in Orange Sunday III. Thomas will always have a spot in the heart of every Roar fan, and will always have a spot open at the club, should he wish to. On behalf of all Roar fans, thank you for your unwavering service to the club, and may your future be everything you want!



1st place and The Roar Forum's player of the season:
Brandon Borrello (28 points - 321 votes - 6 MOTM)

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Despite starting his career as a striker with the club, since his senior debut, he's been moved wide, and this season shows why. This past season (and a little longer), he's come to be a pivotal part of the club's attack, which saw him nominated for the NAB Young Player of the Year award, which ultimately ended up going to fellow Roar teammate Jamie Maclaren. Though, that hasn't gotten him down, with his excellent form this season earning him a move overseas, following Maclaren to the German second division, with Borrello signing for Kaiserslautern. His form in the league was impressive, but his Asian Champions League performances were top notch. His first senior hattrick against Global FC saw him become the highest scoring Aussie player in history. To do so at a very young age makes it even better. Whilst we may not have him with us next season, there is no doubt that he has the talent to continue to progress and push for a National Team spot. Congrats Brandon on a well deserved award.
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2017, 11:53:35 PM »
Here's a quick match by match break down of the season. Honourable Mentions to anyone within 3 points off the top 3. Green Header was a win, Red Header was a loss and Orange Header was a draw. Strap yourselves in:



The differentiator in short:
Person with highest tally wins
If same tally, player with their name voted 3pts the most wins
If same number of 3pts voted, player with their name voted 2pts the most wins
If still tied, players can't be split and both get the same amount of points they were tied for   

Excel Results File - https://www.mediafire.com/?9ovm7vjr4mttovc   



FFA Cup - Round of 32 - Perth Glory (home)
3 - Tommy Oar (7 votes)
2 - Thomas Broich (7 votes - beaten by Tommy Oar in tie-breaker (3pts: Oar 2/Broich 1))
1 - Nathan Kostandopoulos (4 votes)



Round 1 - Melbourne Victory (home)
3 - Luke DeVere (46 votes)
2 - Brett Holman (24 votes)
1 - Corey Brown (20 votes)

Round 2 - Newcastle Jets (Away)
3 - Tommy Oar (18 votes)
2 - Jamie Maclaren, Thomas Kristensen & Nathan Kostandopoulos (4 votes each - could not be separated by tie-breaker)
1 - Brett Holman (3 votes)
HM - Jack Hingert; Corey Brown and Thomas Broich (1 vote each)

Round 3 - Central Coast Mariners (Away)
3 - Tommy Oar (14 votes)
2 - Brett Holman (11 votes)
1 - Matt McKay (9 votes)
HM - Jack Hingert (8 votes); Thomas Kristensen (7 votes)

Round 4 - Perth Glory (Home)
3 - Corey Brown (36 votes)
2 - Jamie Maclaren (22 votes)
1 - Thomas Kristensen (16 votes)

Round 5 - Melbourne City (home)
3 - Thomas Kristensen (34 votes each)
2 - Corey Brown (32 votes)
1 - Luke DeVere (25 votes)

Round 6 - Adelaide United (Away)
3 - Tommy Oar (17 votes)
2 - Luke DeVere (17 votes - beaten by Tommy Oar in tie-breaker (3pts: Oar 5/DeVere 3))
1 - Jade North (5 votes)
HM - Brett Holman & Thomas Kristensen (4 votes); Matt McKay (3 votes); Brandon Borrello (2 votes)

Round 7 - Sydney FC (Home)
3 - Michael Theo (32 votes)
2 - Thomas Kristensen (15 votes)
1 - Corey Brown (12 votes)

Round 8 - Western Sydney Wanderers (Away)
3 - Michael Theo (6 votes)
2 - Jamie Maclaren & Manuel Arana (3 votes each - could not be separated by tie-breaker)
1 - N/A (Tie for 2nd with only 3 players voted on = no 1pt)

Round 9 - Melbourne City (away)
3 - Thomas Broich (8 votes)
2 - Michael Theo (8 votes - beaten by Thomas Broich in tie-breaker (3pts: Oar 2/DeVere 1))
1 - Luke DeVere (4 votes)
HM - Corey Brown (2 votes); Thomas Kristensen & Dimi Petratos (2 votes)

Round 10 - Adelaide United (Home)
3 - Thomas Kristensen (33 votes)
2 - Matt McKay (13 votes)
1 - Luke DeVere (8 votes)
HM - Tommy Oar (6 votes)

Round 11 - Central Coast Mariners (away)
3 - Jack Hingert (14 votes)
2 - Dimitri Petratos (10 votes)
1 - Matt McKay (6 votes)

Round 12 - Western Sydney Wanderers (Home)
3 - Luke DeVere (23 votes)
2 - Corey Brown (13 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (8 votes)

Round 13 - Sydney FC (Away)
3 - Dimitri Petratos (17 votes)
2 - Michael Theo (9 votes)
1 - Matt McKay (4 votes)
HM - Thomas Broich (3 votes); Thomas Kristensen (2 votes); Manuel Arana (1 vote)

Round 14 - Newcastle Jets (Home)
3 - Matt McKay (11 points)
2 - Thomas Broich (7 votes)
1 - Tommy Oar (5 votes)

Round 15 - Melbourne Victory (Away)
3 - Dimitri Petratos (14 votes)
2 - Corey Brown (8 votes)
1 - Brandon Borrello (7 votes)

Round 16 - Wellington Phoenix)
3 - Dimitri Petratos (19 votes)
2 - Brandon Borrello (16 votes)
1 - Michael Theo (3 votes)
HM - Jade North (2 votes); Matt McKay & Thomas Kristensen (1 vote)

Round 17 - Western Sydney Wanderers (home)
3 - Brandon Borrello (24 votes)
2 - Daniel Bowles (15 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (12 votes)



Asian Champions League Play Off 2 - Global FC (home)
3 - Brandon Borrello (21 votes)
2 - Daniel Bowles & Manuel Arana (7 votes - could not be separated by tie-breaker)
1 - Joe Caletti (3 votes)
HM - Matt McKay & Shannon Brady (2 votes)



Round 18 - Sydney FC (home)
3 - Michael Theo (24 votes)
2 - Tommy Oar (12 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (9 votes)



Asian Champions League Play Off 3 - Shanghai Shenhua (Away)
3 - Brandon Borrello (28 votes)
2 - Tommy Oar (17 votes)
1 - Thomas Kristensen (13 votes)



Round 19 - Melbourne City (Away)
3 - Brandon Borrello (9 votes)
2 - Jamie Maclaren & Matt McKay (6 votes - could not be separated by tie-breaker)
1 - Brett Holman (3 votes)
HM - Manuel Arana & Corey Brown (3 votes - beaten by Brett Holman in tie-breaker (3pts: Holman 1/Arana & Brown 0))

Round 20 - Perth Glory (Away)
3 - Thomas Broich (21 votes)
2 - Matt McKay (7 votes)
1 - Brandon Borrello (6 votes)
HM - Michael Theo (3 votes)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 1 - Muangthong United (Home)
3 - Cameron Crestani (23 votes)
2 - Joe Caletti (12 votes)
1 - Jade North (10 votes)



Round 21 - Wellington Phoenix (home)
3 - Thomas Broich (19 votes)
2 - Brandon Borrello (18 votes)
1 - Cameron Crestani (7 votes)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 2 - Ulsan Hyundai (Away)
3 - Joe Caletti (5 votes)
2 - Brandon Borrello (3 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (2 votes)
HM - Jamie Young (2 votes - beaten by Thomas Broich in tie-breaker (2pts: Broich 1/Young 0))



Round 22 - Newcastle Jets (Away)
3 - Jamie Maclaren (13 votes)
2 - Avraam Papadopoulos (13 votes - beaten by Jamie Maclaren in tie-breaker (2pts: Maclaren 2/Papadopoulos 0))
1 - Tommy Oar (6 votes)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 3 - Kashima Antlers (Away)
3 - Avraam Papadopoulos (3 votes)
2 - Joe Caletti (2 votes)
1 - Brandon Borrello (1 vote)



Round 23 - Adelaide United (Away)
3 - Avraam Papadopoulos & Thomas Kristensen (14 votes - could not be separated by tie-breaker)
2 - Brandon Borrello (13 votes)
1 - Joe Caletti (7 votes)

Round 24 - Melbourne Victory (Home)
3 - Avraam Papadopoulos (21 votes)
2 - Joe Caletti (19 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (7 votes)
HM - Jack Hingert (4 votes)

Round 25 - Central Coast Mariners (Home)
3 - Thomas Broich (28 votes)
2 - Jamie Maclaren (17 votes)
1 - Brandon Borrello (7 votes)

Round 26 - Perth Glory (Away)
3 - Brett Holman (12 votes)
2 - Corey Brown (6 votes)
1 - Jade North (4 votes)
HM - Manuel Arana (4 votes - beaten by Jade North in tie-breaker (3pts: North 1/Arana 0)); Joe Caletti (3 votes); Brandon Borrello (1 vote)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 4 - Kashima Antlers (Home)
3 - Thomas Kristensen (14 votes)
2 - Joe Caletti (11 votes)
1 - Avraam Papadopoulos (7 votes)
HM - Jamie Maclaren (7 votes - beaten by Avraam Papadopoulos in tie-breaker (3pts: Papadopoulos 1/Maclaren 0))



Round 27 - Wellington Phoenix (Home)
3 - Brett Holman (11 votes)
2 - Brandon Borrello (9 votes)
1 - Thomas Broich (3 votes)
HM - Thomas Kristensen (1 vote)



Elimination Final - Western Sydney Wanderers (Home)
3 - Brandon Borrello (22 votes)
2 - Michael Theo (15 votes)
1 - Jamie Young (8 votes)
HM - Joe Caletti (5 votes)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 5 - Muangthong United (Away)
3 - Nick D'Agostino (8 votes)
2 - Luke DeVere (3 votes)
1 - Kye Rowles & Shannon Brady (3 votes - beaten by Luke DeVere in tie-breaker (3pts: DeVere 1/Rowles & Brady 0)) (Could not be separated by tie-breaker)
HM - Joey Katebian (1 vote)



Semi Final - Melbourne Victory (Away)
3 - Jamie Young (18 votes)
2 - Avraam Papadopoulos (15 votes)
1 - Luke DeVere (5 votes)
HM - Jack Hingert (3 votes)



Asian Champions League Group Stage Matchday 6 - Kashima Antlers (Home)
3 - Brandon Borrello (18 votes)
2 - Thomas Kristensen (8 votes)
1 - Jamie Maclaren (5 votes)
HM - Luke DeVere (3 votes); Avraam Papadopoulos (2 votes)
« Last Edit: May 29, 2017, 03:23:52 AM by Roary »
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2017, 09:01:44 AM »
Good stuff. Will miss borello man his relentless motor a lot.

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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2017, 06:02:47 PM »
So much effort gone into writing that up, well in Roary and congrats Borello, well deserved.

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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2017, 06:17:10 PM »
Cheers :) . Took a couple of hours, so nothing much. Took longer to do the Borrello wallpaper than anything else
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #5 on: June 01, 2017, 01:07:25 PM »
Love how Oar's 4 MOTM performances occured in the first 6 rounds of the season (Including FFA Cup) lol.

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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2017, 02:17:13 PM »
Interesting to see how Papa got 6th despite only joining in March. Shows how important it is to keep him
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #7 on: June 01, 2017, 02:28:03 PM »
Thanks Roary!
Good job.

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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #8 on: June 01, 2017, 07:50:38 PM »
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #9 on: June 04, 2017, 01:25:45 PM »
Awesome job Roary, the final season tally is always one of my favourite posts on this forum.

Sorry, I didn't get to see as many games as I wanted this season, so couldn't vote as often as I would like, and as your hard work deserves.

Keep up the good work!
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2017, 10:29:20 AM »
Yeah top job Roary!
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #11 on: June 05, 2017, 07:14:55 PM »
Awesome job Roary, the final season tally is always one of my favourite posts on this forum.

Sorry, I didn't get to see as many games as I wanted this season, so couldn't vote as often as I would like, and as your hard work deserves.

Keep up the good work!

Cheers mate, and your words mean a lot :) . Didn't make it to as many games as I wanted either for various reasons, but the votes always are interesting to see come the end of the season
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2017, 07:15:15 PM »
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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #13 on: June 06, 2017, 07:25:52 PM »
Nice work Roary.

Is there an overall points table or have I missed it somewhere else?

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Re: The Roar Forum 2016-17 MOTM Final Results
« Reply #14 on: June 07, 2017, 06:14:11 PM »
Nice work Roary.

Is there an overall points table or have I missed it somewhere else?

Cheers Sep. A link for an Excel spreadsheet is at the top of the second post. If you don't have the 2015 one, you can visit https://office.live.com/start/Excel.aspx and upload it there
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