Orlando City’s inaugural season is now over, and it ended on a very biter-sweet note. Orlando City finished the season on a five game win streak, before a very disappointing 1-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union on Decision Day.
Over all the season was what you would expect from an expansion team. There were many moments when the team look flat out bad, inexperienced, youthful, and like individuals instead of a team. But there were also moments of pure brilliance. There were moments that will be remembered for years to come, and everyone in the club should be happy about the first season.
In the following pages we will go over who the best players at each position for Orlando City was this year to form the 2015 Dream Team.
There are three options for goalkeeper: Tally Hall, Josh Ford, or Donovan Ricketts. All three of these played in games this season, and all of them were able to hold there own in net. Ricketts was the man during Hall’s absence to start the year, and he was looking like an all star at times. Ford came in when Hall went down at the very end of the season, and just by looking at him you would never be able to tell that it was his first ever MLS action.
But, at the end of the day, Tally Hall was the best keeper for Orlando City and showed why he was so heavily sought out by the front office last year. Hall should be up for MLS Keeper of the Year, and will be Orlando City’s goal keeper for years to come.