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Which Striker Would You Most Like Back (At Peak)?

The results are in from our recent poll, in many ways it was down to two charismatic centre forwards, one from Columbia and the other from Trinidad and Tobago.

Juan Pablo Angel narrowly won with 32% of the votes, just beating Dwight Yorke who had 30%.

In third place was Dalian Atkinson with 10% beating his former strike partner Dean Saunders who managed 9%.

Luc Nilis received 6% of the votes and Dion Dublin had 4%.

Milan Baros and Peter Crouch got 1% each and Kevin Phillips had 0%!!

7% of the voters went with 'other' which includes players like Savo Milosevic, Stan Collymore, Benito Carbone, Tommy Johnson, Julian Joachim, Darius Vassell and erm... Marlon Harewood.



ow all we need is a time machine and Martin O'Neill can go back in time and get Juan Pablo Angel at his peak to sign for our current side then we will be sorted.




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Writer: Dan Jones  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 31 2010

Time: 6:10PM

Your Comments

Bet he'd still come back with Marlon Harewood
upthevilla
Such a shame we didn't get a year or 2 out of Luc Nilis.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
when was JPA's peak ? just shows how ***** poor our recent strikers have been if folks want him back.
villan57
Tony Hateley, Keith Leonard, Andy Gray, Gary Shaw, Peter Withe. Take your pick. Arguably out of that little lot Keith Leonard would have been the pick of the crop, until that cruel injury suffered against the Arsenal at Villa Park struck him down. He had it all, close to being the ideal all-round centre-forward.
glensider
 

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