Thursday, 1 October 2015

A striking difference

Rangers’ top-scorer last season ended up being Nicky Law, from midfield, with a quite dismal haul of 10. Dismal in the sense that such a paltry number ended up at the top of the in-club charts. And that none of the strikers could match him.

Fast-forward to this season – not only does a Rangers player feature at the top of the Championship scoring tallies, but two of his team mates join him.




This gives some sort of indication of the astounding difference between this season and last – Hibernian’s Jason Cummings topped the corresponding table last season with 18, and after eight matches Martyn Waghorn only needs another seven to match that.

No Rangers players made the top 7 places in the charts last season, places taken up by 10 players. The top three this season are all from Ibrox and a further three have two for the season in Kenny Miller, Barrie McKay & Jason Holt.

This table excludes all cup goals.

6 comments:

  1. Even Erik bo Anderson would have beat our strikers tally last season and he was as much use as chocolate fireguard

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  2. EBA,had a good goals to game ratio.So your point is?

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  3. He was shit that's the point you unfunny timposter

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  4. the comments at the start of the season were that martyn waghorn was not a prolific scorer of goals...so that should tell us not to judge things before the fat lady sings...our wonderful football club can only benefit from players like him...roll on the end of the season so we can be back where we always will belong.

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  5. We should sign big Effe Ambrose. He always plays well against Celtic.

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    1. More like Effin Comatose,what a marvellous player he is,if you're a Bears fan.He makes the utter dumpling that was Ross Perry seem almost Beckenbaueresque!!.Anyway,let's pump the Bairns tomorrow,now, now titter ye not mrs.WATP

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