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Top Scorers, Appearances, Discipline

Top Scorers, Appearances, Discipline

This season's disciplinary records so far. As pointed out by Skeggy, there is now a yellow card amnesty, so no further suspensions for an accumulation of 5 or 10 cards.

Player, Yellow Cards, Red Cards

Gabriel Agbonlahor 4 0
Gareth Barry 4 0
Patrik Berger 1 0
Wilfred Bouma 4 0
John Carew 4 0
Scott Carson 1 1
Curtis Davies 1 0
Craig Gardner 1 0
Marlon Harewood 1 0
Zat Knight 1 1
Martin Laursen 1 0
Olof Mellberg 3 0
Stiliyan Petrov 1 0
Nigel Hokey-Cokey 9 1
Ashley Young 5 0

Our top scorers thus far:

John Carew 9
Gabriel Agbonlahor 7
Martin Laursen 6
Shaun Maloney 4
Gareth Barry 4
Marlon Harewood 2
Ashley Young 3
Craig Gardner 2
Olof Mellberg 2
Wilfred Bouma 1
Curtis Davies 1
Zat Knight 1

And appearances of players:

Player/Started/On bench/Come on/Replaced

Gabriel Agbonlahor 25 0 0 3

Gareth Barry 25 0 0 0

Patrik Berger 0 6 4 0

Wilfred Bouma 26 0 0 8

John Carew 20 0 0 11

Scott Carson 23 0 0 0

Curtis Davies 7 14 3 1

Craig Gardner 7 12 7 5

Marlon Harewood 0 20 11 0

Zat Knight 20 6 1 3

Martin Laursen 26 0 0 2

Shaun Maloney 6 16 10 4

Olof Mellberg 26 0 0 1

Isaiah Osbourne 1 9 3 1

Stiliyan Petrov 15 7 6 6

Nigel Reo-Coker 24 0 0 1

Wayne Routledge 1 1 1 1

Moustapha Salifou 0 1 1 0

Thomas Sorensen 0 2 0 0

Stuart Taylor 3 23 1 0

Ashley Young 25 0 0 4



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday February 25 2008
Time: 12:50PM

Comments

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carew has scored about one every two games which is not a bad average
krisvilla
25/02/2008 13:12:00
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Thought Ashley had 5 (wasn't 1st goal v Fulham given to him not a Zat og?), Marlon 3 and Craig Gardner 3. Nice to see goals spread around.
krfeskivilla
25/02/2008 13:18:00
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Barry, Bouma and Carew all one card away from a ban. Three key players. What would happen if Barry and Bouma get suspended for the same game? Who would play LB . No full backs either side then. Good bunch of lads but a thin squad........mmm some other irishman said that!
HolteEnder43
25/02/2008 19:01:00
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opps ..... where did that amnesty come from ?.........
HolteEnder43
25/02/2008 19:01:00
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So what is the craic with the card amnesty? Is this a myth or true? Anyone know when the last time was when we had 12+ different goal scorers ina season? That seems pretty high to me? Maybe back in the Ron Atkinson days; Gary Parker, Shaun Teale, D Atkinson, Saunders et al....?
Adam Deuce
25/02/2008 20:39:00
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Ashley has 4 goals. Harewood has 3, as does Gardner. Come on Fear, on the ball please.

How about assists too.

Ashley Young - 14
Gabby Agbonlahor - 6
Gareth Barry - 5
Scott Carson - 2 (HAHA!!)
Olof Mellebrg - 2
Carlosio
25/02/2008 23:40:00
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O'Halloran could play left back if they were both suspended. He didn't look great for the Irish U21s when I watched them the other day, but O'Neill obviously rates him
claret&blue82
26/02/2008 11:33:00
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I certainly dont. He's nowhere near ready for a premiership appearance, I'm not even sure if he'll ever be good enough. dont understand this amnesty. How does that work then?
glensider
27/02/2008 20:39:00
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We've done surprisingly well this season considering we haven't got a consistent goalscorer at the club. I for one wondered where the goals were going to come from. Guess I got my answer, thats for sure. Shut me up Big-Time!
glensider
28/02/2008 15:49:00
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