On Friday Wellington Phoenix’s Andrew Durante will become the most capped player in A-League history. On Sunday Melbourne City’s Scott Jamieson will reach his own milestone when he takes to the field for the 200th time in the league. And as a Kickscribe tradition , let’s breakdown the career that has taken the left back from Adelaide to Sydney to Perth to Western Sydney and now Melbourne.
- Jamieson will become the 25th player to reach the 200 game milestone (the second left back after Josh Rose)
- He is the 24th most successful player in A-League history with 81 wins (40.7 per cent)
- One of 13 players to feature for five or more A-League clubs
- Young Footballer of the Year (2008-09)
- 14th most booked A-League player of all time (42 yellows)
- Most booked player without a red card
Games without scoring
Being a left back, the super blue blood moon appears in the sky more than Scott Jamieson’s name appears on the scoresheet. He has only scored twice in the A-League with a free kick for Perth Glory in a 2-1 win over Western Sydney in November 2014 being the last time he found the back of the net.
- 82 (Rd 3 2010-11 – Rd 6 2014-15)
- 66* (Rd 7 2014-15 – current)
- 51 (Rd 1 2008-09 – Rd 2 2010-11)
As mentioned above, Jamieson has played for five A-League clubs making him one of 13 players to appear for five clubs or more. His 199 appearances for five clubs is broken down to an average of 39.8 per club which was close in his early days but has since gone done. Jamieson spent the longest at Perth Glory making 56 appearances in three years.
- 56 matches for Perth Glory 2012-15
- 49 matches for Adelaide United 2008-10
- 48 matches for Sydney FC 2010-12
- 29 matches for Western Sydney Wanderers 2015-16
- 17 matches* for Melbourne City 2017-18
Jamieson looks set to have a solid performance in his 200th A-League match having performed well in his 17 matches this season for Melbourne City.
- 17 matches
- 70 crosses
- 25 tackles won
- 25 clearances
- 23 fouls won
- 18 chances created
- 14 dribbles
- One assist
- One penalty won