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Gabby SCORES!

Gabby Agbonlahor has today received confirmation that he scored 11 league goals this season, not 10.

If we all cast our minds back, well O'Neill's reminded us of it enough lately, to the West Brom match in January where our second goal was credited as a Carson blunder.

The Dubious Goals Panel have in their latest meeting, decided to give the goal to it's rightful owner.

So all you Gabby haters with your games without goals stats need to think again!

In more strange news, our second goal against Bolton in December has been confirmed as a Kevin Davies cock up, yet the fourth has been credited to Ashley Young.

Our second goal against Blackburn in February has also been confirmed as a goal for Gabby as expected.

There was some discussion at the meeting whether to go back to last season to give them something to do, but they thought meeting only a couple of times a season and covering 4-5 months was enough.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 2 2009

Time: 3:04PM

Your Comments

lol, overjoyed at this massive news....! Would rather the headline after the Man Utd game with a hattrick from Gabby being reported though!
The Fear
a hatrick at old trafford would mean one thing; he will be playing for them next season.
Stig
Mike- settle down...
leelindsay
Great news! Now he just needs to get just 1.125 goals per match for the remaining 8 gams and he will be a 20 goal a season striker!
villa_de
Gabby's doing just fine. He's experienced a lull, a loss of form, just as most youngsters do. He's been playing none stop without a break until recently. He'll get through this, and come back a much better all round performer, simply because of the experiences he's been through.
glensider
 

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