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  1. Maclaren is a five time A-League Golden Boot winner as A-League top scorer in the 2016–17 (19 goals), 2019–20 (22 goals), 2020–21 (25 goals) and 2021–22 (15 goals) season, 2022–23 and 24 goals). He is now the A-League all-time leading goalscorer overtaking Besart Berisha with 152 and counting.

  2. Jamie Maclaren (Sunbury, Australia, 29 de julio de 1993) es un futbolista australiano que juega como delantero en el Melbourne City de la A-League . Trayectoria. Blackburn Rovers. Jamie Maclaren creció en los suburbios del noroeste de Melbourne. A muy temprana edad, se sumó al equipo juvenil del Sunbury United.

  3. A-League Men Liga: Primera División Fichado: 31/01/2019 Contrato hasta 30/06/2024. IMAGO. +. F. Nacim./Edad: 29/07/1993 (30) Lugar de nacimiento: Melbourne. Nacionalidad: Australia. Altura: 1,79 m. Posición: Delantero centro. Jugador de la selección: Australia. Partidos internacionales/goles: 30 / 8. 1,80 mill. € Última revisión: 08/01/2024.

  4. 29 de jul. de 1993 · Melbourne City. A-League Men League level: First Tier Joined: Jan 31, 2019 Contract expires: Jun 30, 2024. IMAGO. +. Date of birth/Age: Jul 29, 1993 (30) Place of birth: Melbourne. Citizenship: Australia. Height: 1,79 m. Position: Centre-Forward. National player: Australia. Caps/Goals: 30 / 8. € 1.80 m. Last update: Jan 8, 2024. Player data.

  5. 28 de abr. de 2023 · On April 22, 2023, Jamie Maclaren made history when he became the highest-scorer in A-League history. The Melbourne City striker scored his 143rd Isuzu UTE A-League goal, overtaking Besart...

  6. 16 de nov. de 2023 · Jamie Maclaren hat-trick finishes off Socceroos’ rout of Bangladesh | Australia | The Guardian. Coming on at half-time Jamie Maclaren scored three goals in the Socceroos’ 7-0 thrashing of...

  7. 1 de sept. de 2023 · We are excited to announce that Jamie Maclaren has been named Captain of the Club’s Men’s team ahead of the 2023/24 season. Maclaren, the most prolific goal scorer in A-Leagues history, succeeds the recently retired Scott Jamieson, who led City’s Men’s team through its most successful period in Club history over the previous five seasons.