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    Most potent championship strike force

    This is one table we know we aren't going to top.

    https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/spor...three-2879846?

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    23. Rotherham United: Michael Smith, Jon Taylor and Ryan Williams 13 goals, seven assists, 8,814 minutes (440.7 minutes per direct goal contribution)

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    One behind Middlesbrough BUT they could defend. Success is built on a tight defence. The one goal is a great result - the perfect result.

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    Looks like we need to change a few things

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    We're quite a long way behind the rest of the pack though in terms of minutes per goal, except for Bolton who are a long way behind even us!
    Last edited by mikemiller; 23-05-2019 at 10:06 AM.

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    are those times taken when all 3 were ont pitch at the same time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyAndEarly View Post
    One behind Middlesbrough BUT they could defend. Success is built on a tight defence. The one goal is a great result - the perfect result.
    What happened to Britt Assombalonga? He was once a top Championship striker.

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    B A - 14 / 42 highest scorer
    Hugill - 6
    Fletcher - 5
    Saville - 4
    Wing - 3
    Taverner - 3
    Few others on 2 then 1 goal players.

    So they might have been tight defencively they were not firing at the sharp end. Young (large) Fries played a large part in the season. Good lad - hope he wins another world cup winners medal.

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