With the end of the NRL season approaching, it’s time to look back at the biggest changes for 2019-2020.

Read more The AFL All Stars have been axed from the league’s top-eight this year, while the NRL All Stars and Gold Coast Titans have both been forced to drop from the top-five.

Here’s our 2018-19 ranking of the 10 biggest players changes from this year.1.

Brisbane Lions1.

Josh Jackson: Was dumped from the All Stars list, which was due to be the first time the Brisbane Lions had lost a player for the whole season.

The Lions had been in contention for a grand final spot in the competition after beating the Bulldogs, but they have been relegated from the finals.2.

Blake Green: The Broncos’ All-Australian skipper was dropped from the NRL’s best premiership team after a slow start to the season.3.

Brent Harvey: The Titans’ halfback was dumped from their best premiers team after three consecutive defeats to the Broncos.4.

Corey Parker: The Dragons’ All Australian has been dropped from their top-10 best premasters list.5.

Tim Mannah: The Roosters’ fullback was dropped in favour of a replacement for the injured Sam Kasiano.6.

Ben Barba: The Warriors’ winger was dropped after a poor start to his NRL career.7.

Josh Dugan: The Raiders’ All Stars forward was dropped as he struggled to find form.8.

Paul Vaughan: The Kangaroos’ halves forward was dumped in favour in favour to the injured Corey Norman.9.

Brett Morris: The Storm’s captain was dropped because of an off-field incident.10.

James Maloney: The Sharks’ forward has been dumped from his best premier team.

Read moreThe Broncos, Titans and Dragons are now the only three teams that haven’t lost a key player for 2019.

Read the full list of the changes.Read Next

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