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Anderson Earns Spot on Team of the Week

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The NASL Team of the Week is selected based on performances each weekend and features the best XI players in their respective positions.

Of course the selections are open to debate and fans are encouraged to have their say through social media at www.Facebook.com/NASLfans  and on Twitter @NASLOfficial

Here is this week’s Best XI:

Goalkeeper
Akira Fitzgerald, Carolina RailHawks – Had several clutch saves against Minnesota to earn his third clean sheet of the season.

Defenders
Justin Davis, Minnesota United FC – Made several critical slide challenges in dangerous spots to help Minnesota to a shutout
Willie Hunt, Tampa Bay Rowdies – Was key factor on the backline and scored to spark Rowdies second half comeback
Greg Janicki, San Antonio Scorpions – Notched his second tally of the season while helping control the San Antonio defense
Anthony Wallace, Tampa Bay Rowdies – Had an impressive defensive performance, while scoring the tying goal against Fort Lauderdale

Midfielders
Tony Donatelli, Ottawa Fury FC – Scored in his third consecutive game for Ottawa, while adding an assist against San Antonio
Sebástian Guenzatti, New York Cosmos – Uruguayan native early goal gave New York the lead
Brad Ring, Indy Eleven –Set the tone in midfield and scored the equalizer for Indy Eleven's first NASL point on the road
Mark Anderson, Fort Lauderdale Strikers – English native notched his third tally in as many games for Fort Lauderdale

Forwards
Kwadwo Poku, Atlanta Silverbacks – Ghana native had the game winning goal for the Silverbacks
Tomasz Zahorski, San Antonio Scorpions – Polish striker earned his second tally of the season that gave San Antonio its third road victory

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