The accolades keep coming for Socceroos midfielder Massimo Luongo, who has made the top 10 in respected UK magazine FourFourTwo's annual top 50 players outside the English Premier League.
Luongo came in at ninth on the list of the best players in the lower leagues in England as a result of his superb season for League One high-flyers Swindon Town.
The 22-year-old has produced a string of exceptional performances for the Robins, scoring a number of important goals which has the club in sight of promotion to the English Championship.
It’s come either side of a breakout tournament for the Socceroos at January’s Asian Cup, where he scored in the 2-1 final win over Korea Republic and was named player of the tournament.
Luongo, who started his professional career at EPL club Tottenham, is on the radar of a host of big clubs and this latest acknowledgement underlines the growing vibe about him in the UK.
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