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Re: SAS

Post by Red Alert on Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:20 am



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Re: SAS

Post by Don't call me James on Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:57 pm

2013-14: 42 goals so far for SAS. 10 games to go

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2012-13: 33 goals (SAS)
2011-12: 15 goals (Suarez/Carroll)
2010-11: 22 goals (Kuyt/Torres)
2009-10: 27 goals (Torres/Gerrard)
2008-09: 30 goals (Gerrard/Torres)
2007-08: 35 goals (Torres/Gerrard)
2006-07: 21 goals (Kuyt/Crouch)
2005-06: 19 goals (Gerrard/Cisse)
2004-05: 17 goals (Baros/LuisGarcia)
2003-04: 23 goals (Owen/Heskey)
2002-03: 28 goals (Owen/Baros)
2001-02: 28 goals (Owen/Heskey)
2000-01: 30 goals (Owen/Heskey)
1999-00: 20 goals (Owen/TitiCamara)
1998-99: 32 goals (Owen/Fowler)
1997-98: 29 goals (Owen/McManaman)
1996-97: 30 goals (Fowler/Collymore)
1995-96: 42 goals (Fowler/Collymore)
1994-95: 37 goals (Fowler/Rush)
1993-94: 26 goals (Rush/Fowler)
1992-93: 25 goals (Rush/Walters)
1991-92: 18 goals (Saunders/Houghton)
1990-91: 32 goals (Rush/Barnes)
1989-90: 40 goals (Barnes/Rush)
1988-89: 31 goals (Aldridge/Beardsley)
1987-88: 41 goals (Aldridge/Beardsley)
1986-87: 37 goals (Rush/Molby)
1985-86: 36 goals (Rush/Molby)
1984-85: 32 goals (Wark/Rush)
1983-84: 39 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1982-83: 42 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1981-82: 30 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1980-81: 21 goals (McDermott/Dalglish)
1979-80: 37 goals (Johnson/Dalglish)
1978-79: 37 goals (Dalglish/Johnson)
1977-78: 30 goals (Dalglish/Fairclough)
1976-77: 22 goals (Keegan/Toshack)
1975-76: 28 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1974-75: 22 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1973-74: 21 goals (Keegan/Cormack)
1972-73: 26 goals (Keegan/Toshack)
1971-72: 22 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1970-71: 15 goals (Evans/Toshack)
1969-70: 23 goals (Graham/Lawler)
1968-69: 17 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1967-68: 41 goals (Hunt/Hateley)
1966-67: 23 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1965-66: 40 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1964-65: 29 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1963-64: 52 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1962-63: 43 goals (Hunt/St. John)

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1946-47: 48 goals (Stubbins/Balmer)
1934-35: 46 goals (Hodgson/Wright)
1931-32: 43 goals (Hodgson/Gunson)
1930-31: 50 goals (Hodgson/Smith)
1928-29: 46 goals (Hodgson/Edmed)
1925-26: 44 goals (Forshaw/Chambers)
1909-10: 48 goals (Parkinson/Stewart)



All stats from Top Division only. Need 10 more goals to equal our greatest partnership goalscoring wise ever in the league.

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Re: SAS

Post by Curtinho on Fri Mar 14, 2014 6:50 pm

So we need 10 more goals, in 10 more games from 2 players that are each averaging over a goal per game?

Should be exciting. Smile

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Post by Don't call me James on Fri Mar 14, 2014 6:54 pm

Also the record partnership goal scoring tally in the Premier League is held by Newcastle's Andy Cole (34) and Peter Beardsley (21) at 55 goals.

So 14 more goals between them in 10 matches and they'll shatter every record.

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Post by Curtinho on Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:20 pm

McAgger wrote:Also the record partnership goal scoring tally in the Premier League is held by Newcastle's Andy Cole (34) and Peter Beardsley (21) at 55 goals.

So 14 more goals between them in 10 matches and they'll shatter every record.

The crazy thing about that is it was done in the 42 game schedule. Could you imagine if Suarez and Sturridge played 42 and 40 games respectively? In the current format the record holders are Drogba and Lampard with 51 having played 31 and 36 games.

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Re: SAS

Post by Red Alert on Sat Mar 15, 2014 3:52 am

I suggest everyone read the article. Thumbs up

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/25775979

I'd post it, but I'm finding it difficult copying the graphs/tables, which is what I wanted to show. Sad
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Re: SAS

Post by Don't call me James on Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:36 am




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Post by Don't call me James on Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:40 am

2013-14: 47 goals so far for SAS. 8 games to go

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2012-13: 33 goals (SAS)
2011-12: 15 goals (Suarez/Carroll)
2010-11: 22 goals (Kuyt/Torres)
2009-10: 27 goals (Torres/Gerrard)
2008-09: 30 goals (Gerrard/Torres)
2007-08: 35 goals (Torres/Gerrard)
2006-07: 21 goals (Kuyt/Crouch)
2005-06: 19 goals (Gerrard/Cisse)
2004-05: 17 goals (Baros/LuisGarcia)
2003-04: 23 goals (Owen/Heskey)
2002-03: 28 goals (Owen/Baros)
2001-02: 28 goals (Owen/Heskey)
2000-01: 30 goals (Owen/Heskey)
1999-00: 20 goals (Owen/TitiCamara)
1998-99: 32 goals (Owen/Fowler)
1997-98: 29 goals (Owen/McManaman)
1996-97: 30 goals (Fowler/Collymore)
1995-96: 42 goals (Fowler/Collymore)
1994-95: 37 goals (Fowler/Rush)
1993-94: 26 goals (Rush/Fowler)
1992-93: 25 goals (Rush/Walters)
1991-92: 18 goals (Saunders/Houghton)
1990-91: 32 goals (Rush/Barnes)
1989-90: 40 goals (Barnes/Rush)
1988-89: 31 goals (Aldridge/Beardsley)
1987-88: 41 goals (Aldridge/Beardsley)
1986-87: 37 goals (Rush/Molby)
1985-86: 36 goals (Rush/Molby)
1984-85: 32 goals (Wark/Rush)
1983-84: 39 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1982-83: 42 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1981-82: 30 goals (Rush/Dalglish)
1980-81: 21 goals (McDermott/Dalglish)
1979-80: 37 goals (Johnson/Dalglish)
1978-79: 37 goals (Dalglish/Johnson)
1977-78: 30 goals (Dalglish/Fairclough)
1976-77: 22 goals (Keegan/Toshack)
1975-76: 28 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1974-75: 22 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1973-74: 21 goals (Keegan/Cormack)
1972-73: 26 goals (Keegan/Toshack)
1971-72: 22 goals (Toshack/Keegan)
1970-71: 15 goals (Evans/Toshack)
1969-70: 23 goals (Graham/Lawler)
1968-69: 17 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1967-68: 41 goals (Hunt/Hateley)
1966-67: 23 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1965-66: 40 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1964-65: 29 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1963-64: 52 goals (Hunt/St. John)
1962-63: 43 goals (Hunt/St. John)

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1946-47: 48 goals (Stubbins/Balmer)
1930-31: 50 goals (Hodgson/Smith)
1909-10: 48 goals (Parkinson/Stewart)



All stats from Top Division only. Need 5 more goals to equal our greatest partnership goalscoring wise ever in the league.

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Re: SAS

Post by Red Alert on Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:52 am

You could probably update the PL record too. They're going to break that one, too. Very Happy

EDIT: 2 posts above this one. Laughing :facepalm:
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Re: SAS

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Re: SAS

Post by Art Morte on Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:26 am

Fair to say it's been a special season whether or not we win the title. I'm especially happy with how Sturridge has become a top striker with us. Suarez, he was always going to be great, Sturridge was a question mark that probably took most by a little surprise how well he has done. A special partnership.
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Post by Helmer on Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:30 am

yes agreed after last season I was very curious how Studge performs, solely because most of the time they will play together. It is great a mental character to be out of shadow of another WC player and play your own game :bow:

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Post by Don't call me James on Mon Mar 24, 2014 8:07 pm



City
Arsenal
Chelsea
United

That's it, that's all the teams that have scored more than the 2 of them in more or less 30 games.

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Post by Helmer on Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:39 pm

I hope that was the last game these c*nts performed like that, i mean after 2-0, I think they assumed that we are going to win the game once again like 5-0, who knows what was running through their mind but both did not pass to each other most of the times yday

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Re: SAS

Post by Red Alert on Fri Mar 28, 2014 6:54 am


 
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Re: SAS

Post by Art Morte on Wed Apr 09, 2014 8:35 am

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Post by Helmer on Wed Apr 09, 2014 11:01 am

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sometimes I get the feeling that Suarez has discovered how to hit the defenders's hand and win a penalty hmm

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Post by iftikhar on Wed Apr 09, 2014 3:20 pm

HEIL MEIN REDS wrote:Laughing
sometimes I get the feeling that Suarez has practiced how to hit the defender's hand and win a penalty hmm
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Post by Art Morte on Wed Apr 09, 2014 4:05 pm

Yeah, that particular move he pulled on Tomkins, he's done it before and I don't doubt for a second that Luis's thinking is "it will be a hand ball or then I can get a shot off". It's not an accident, but there's also nothing wrong with it.
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