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Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2020, 10:05
by ChilwellWhite
I can see Paddy getting more goals this season he will certainly hit the 20 mark but how many more ?

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2020, 13:21
by Selby White
ChilwellWhite wrote:I can see Paddy getting more goals this season he will certainly hit the 20 mark but how many more ?


Well if he gets 20 (in the league) that would equal our Premier League best which would be superb (long way to go).
Mark Viduka got 20 in 2002/03 season and no other player has reached that figure in the12 seasons we were in the Prem.

Another fact from yesterday he's scored in our first 3 AWAY leagues games in consecutive seasons, not sure if its been done before.

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2020, 13:40
by johnh
If Ronaldo had scored that third goal the media would have been raving about it and showing video's of it for the next six months.

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2020, 15:42
by gurru991
Frankie wrote:Bamford really reminds me of Allan Clarke.

Can't be bad.

That is high praise indeed !!

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 02 Nov 2020, 21:55
by NottinghamWhite
Bamford - 06
Klich - 02
Helder - Costa - 02
Harrison- 01
Alioski - 01
Rodrigo - 01
Dallas - 01

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 03 Nov 2020, 20:44
by Davycc
Dallas has now scored in the :
Irish Premier League
League Two
League One
Championship
Premiership

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 03 Nov 2020, 21:35
by Selby White
Davycc wrote:Dallas has now scored in the :
Irish Premier League
League Two
League One
Championship
Premiership


Superb bit of trivia :clap:

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 04 Nov 2020, 13:02
by johnh
I have been confused for a long time about Bamford''s ability to miss open goals. He has shown already this season that he can score goals and even Messi would have been proud at scoring a goal like the third Bamford goal against Villa. Why does he miss easy chances? I have considered - too casual, panic? Have spent a long time replaying the Youtube video of his missed header against Leicester and am convinced he half 'bottled-out' as he expected to be clobbered by a defender. He had a clear header, under no pressure, but didn't appear to know that. Any striker in the penalty area should know where every defender is, particularly the goalkeeper. It was easier to score than miss.

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 04 Nov 2020, 18:25
by SiMamu
Davycc wrote:Dallas has now scored in the :
Irish Premier League
League Two
League One
Championship
Premiership

Wasn't it the Northern Irish premier league?

Re: Leading goalscorer 2020-2021

PostPosted: 05 Nov 2020, 09:25
by Davycc
SiMamu wrote:
Davycc wrote:Dallas has now scored in the :
Irish Premier League
League Two
League One
Championship
Premiership

Wasn't it the Northern Irish premier league?



Correct tile is Northern Ireland Football league Premiership :thumbup: Apologies, when I say the above I'm usually chatting with fellow NIFL followers, we refer to the Republic's league as The League of Ireland.

tomAto tomato :thumbup: :D