Newcastle United Premier League strikers ranked worst to highest-Part 4 (30-21) – Soccer Sports

Rank all strikers in the Newcastle United Premier League from worst to highest.

Shearer, Ferdinand, and Beardsley, who pleased the Toon army, were all disappointed by Riviere, Gibulk, and Slimani.

With the goal scorer on the pedestal, the club decided to take on the mission of ranking everyone who participated in at least one PL match.

Part 4 (30-21)

Hello and welcome to the 4th installment of the 6-part series, which ranks all strikers in the Newcastle United Premier League from worst to highest.

Recall that this series focuses on Top Flight League performance as a striker, not on the player’s monetary value (or lack thereof).

If you play less often, you may be ranked higher than players who haven’t been useful for a long time.
Today we are in the upper half and better performers are beginning to emerge.

30. Dwight Gayle (74 PL game, 11 goals)

Dwight Gayle, who played for Newcastle in the championship, hinted at the elements of young Andy Cole’s quick feet and position.

Struggling to move to higher levels, lower league goal machines were sometimes Leg Verdy rather than Jamie Vardy, often reduced to bit parts as late substitutes for the game.
A promising sequence of four goals in eight games after the blockade provided an ideal time to cash in while his stock was high, but Newcastle held him into a new three-year deal the following summer. I agree with mystery.

29. Malcolm Allen (12 games, 7 goals)

A £ 300,000 purchase required by Neil Ruddock’s pre-season challenge to Peter Beardsley, Welshman Allen skillfully slotted into Newcastle’s side at the start of the 1993-94 campaign, with a neat finish and fierce finish. The work rate had an immediate impact.

Ankle injuries reduced his career and by 1995 he announced his retirement at the age of only 28.

Late-blooming Allen was just starting his step when things stopped, and would undoubtedly prove one of many Keegan Masterstrokes.

28. Carl Court (22 games, 7 goals)

Another injured player, Court, caught Newcastle’s attention as a teenager the first moment Wimbledon won the SJP 3-1 in 1997.

Three years later, following Don’s return of 15 goals, Sir Bobby authorized a £ 7 million move for the England U-21 striker in the prospect of a thrilling fan of the Shearer / Court partnership.

It started well and scored five league goals in his first nine games, but due to hamstring problems the court was rarely available. Robson reluctantly agreed to join the wolf for £ 2m in 2004. The appearance of Craig Bellamy eased the blow.

27. Yoan Gouffran (89 games, 11 goals)

One of the floods of French players signed by Magpie in January 2012, Gufran was initially used as a wide player, and next season manager Alan Pardew adjusted him to a central position. Did.

For 18 months he was a dynamic offensive, incorporating normal goals and assists, but by the end of 2013 his remarkable contributions had begun to subside.

The French, who are part of the fateful 2015-16 team, were stuck to ensure promotion the following year before moving to Turkey after the expiry of their contract with Newcastle.

26. Leon Best (29 PL games, 10 goals)

Following a £ 1.5 million switch from Coventry in January, Ireland’s International Vest flourished in PL after struggling to impose his presence on the high-flying championship side of Newcastle.

A decent first season haul of six league goals from just 11 appearances included a hat-trick in West Ham’s 6-0 demolition, and in the next season he’s the perfect new signature of Demba Ba. It became a nice foil.

With the arrival of Papiss Cissé in the January window, Newcastle was able to secure £ 3m from the move to Blackburn Rovers, effectively ending the best.

25. Alexander Mitrovic (40 PL game, 10 goals)

The towering Serbian youth signed a contract with Anderlecht in 2015 for about £ 13 million. This self-proclaimed Newcastle United fan has defeated 28 goals in all tournaments on the Belgian club side last season.

Newcastle was demoted in the face of a mismanagement, so he couldn’t stop scoring nine times even if he wasn’t fast enough. Mitro has vowed to stay and support the promotion for the next season.

Rafa Benitez did not rate him. At first he liked Dwight Gayle and Daryl Murphy, and after the promotion was secured, he lent him to Fulham. And the resulting promotion.

24. Kevin Guarantee (39 games, 4 goals)

Sir Bobby Robson noticed that the kitten was almost naked when he arrived at Tyneside in 1999. Former manager Ruud Gullit plundered over £ 18m in a mixed bag of recruits during the summer.

There was plenty of room to lure Scottish international guarantees into the club and win a £ 500,000 bargain. The move paid dividends as active progress provided Alan Shearer with the support they needed.

The goal may not have flowed, but the guarantee’s all-round contribution was by no means indisputable.

23. Antoine Civilsky (30 games, 3 goals)

A transfer born of despair, Shiv arrived free of charge from Manchester City in the summer of 2006. It was abandoned by civil manager Stuart Pearce and trained in the reserve army.

Through a prolific partnership with fellow summer signer Obafemi Martins, he has added five dozen assists to three league goals and five other goals in national and European cup competitions.

The French veteran was willing to take part in his natural midfield role and became a cult figure with his fans. Wigan met his terms with a two-year contract agreement after the club refused to offer him an additional year or more.

22. Patrick Kluivert (25 games, 6 goals)

Kluivert, one of the most natural and talented players wearing Marquee’s signature and Newcastle shirt, looked like a coup when he arrived free from Barcelona in 2004.

The 28-year-old started as a backup for Craig Bellamy and Alan Shearer, and Graeme Souness quickly adapted the team formation and played all three together.

The late-night trend contributed to the decline in performance from around December, and the decorated Dutch departed in less than a year, offering an irregular mauser of skill associated with his glittering career.

21. Temur Ketsbaia (78 games, 8 goals)

Wacky Georgia midfielder arrived free in 1997 as part of Kenny Dalglish’s team rebuilding.

It seriously injured Starman Alan Shearer and, coupled with improper sales of all other mobile strikers, left Newcastle’s spinning midfield player in the forward position (all more than the ancient Ian Rush). It was prolific).

When Ketsbaia filled the gap well for a period of time and paired with Shearer the following season, Ruud Gullit made him the English captain, despite the nasty habit of running down a blind alley with a ball. I considered it an ideal foil.

Tomorrow we will be in the top 20. Who do you think you can meet at the Elite Fringe?

(To read the first three parts of this countdown for the Newcastle United Premier League striker, go to 60-51. here, And in the case of 50-41 hereBetween 40-31, you can find here).

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