A quick look at the A-League season by the numbers

tribalfootball.com has compiled a quick look at the 2009/10 season by numbers and award winners. Johnny Warren Medal (Player of the Year): Carlos Hernandez (Melbourne Victory)

tribalfootball.com has compiled a quick look at the 2009/10 season by numbers and award winners.

Johnny Warren Medal (Player of the Year): Carlos Hernandez (Melbourne Victory)

Runner-up: Shane Smeltz (Gold Coast United)

Third place: Paul Ifill (Wellington Phoenix)

Goalkeeper of the Year: Eugene Galekovic (Adelaide United)

Young Player of the Year: Tommy Oar (Brisbane Roar)

Coach of the Year: Ernie Merrick (Melbourne Victory)

Goal of the Year: Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory, Rd 16 v GCU)

Referee of the Year: Strebre Delovski

Fair Play award: Sydney FC

Premiers’ Plate: Sydney FC

Golden Boot (most goals): 19 - Shane Smeltz (Gold Coast United)

Most Assists: 10 – Jason Culina (Gold Coast United) & Carlos Hernandez (Melbourne Victory)

Most clean sheets: 12 - Clint Bolton (Sydney FC)

Most goals (club): 47 - Melbourne Victory

Most goals against: 46 - North Queensland Fury

Most wins: 15 – Sydney FC

Most draws: 10 – Wellington Phoenix

Most losses: 13 – Newcastle Jets & Brisbane Roar

Best goal difference: +15 – Melbourne Victory

Worst goal difference: -17 – North Queensland Fury

Longest winning streak: 4 matches – Newcastle Jets (Rd 16 – 20. *not including midweek Rd 19)

Longest undefeated streak: 7 matches – Wellington Phoenix (Rd 5 – 12. *not including Rd 10 postponed) & Gold Coast United (Rd 19 – 25)

Longest winless streak: 10 matches – Central Coast Mariners (Rd 16 – 25)

Longest losing streak: 5 matches – Central Coast Mariners (Rd 17 – 21)

Biggest crowd: 30,668 (Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC at Etihad Stadium, Rd 10)

Lowest crowd: 2,616 (Gold Coast United v North Queensland Fury at Skilled Park, Rd 13)

Highest average attendance: 21,105 – Melbourne Victory

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