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    Default Stats Post Clough-Clark

    Stats of Forest players

    not including players who played under Clough/Clark that carried on playing afterwards ie Crossley , Lyttle, Chettle, Cooper, Stone, Phillips, Gemmill, Bart-Williams, Woan, Campbell. Also not included van Hooijdonk with his 41 goals in this exercise.

    Most out-field appearances :

    1. Wes MORGAN - 403
    2. Chris COHEN - 305
    3. Andy REID - 290
    4. Ben OSBORN - 230
    4. Lewis MCGUGAN - 230
    6. Luke CHAMBERS - 229
    7. Mathieu LOUIS-JEAN - 223
    8. James PERCH - 222
    9. Nathan TYSON - 213
    10. Marlon HAREWOOD - 208
    11. Alan ROGERS - 206
    12. Jack LESTER - 191
    13. Eric LICHAJ - 190
    14. Jon-Olav HJELDE - 190
    15. Dexter BLACKSTOCK - 189
    16. Kelvin WILSON - 187
    17. David PRUTTON - 168
    18. Ricardo SCIMECA - 166
    19. David JOHNSON - 165
    20. Radoslaw MAJEWSKI - 164
    21. Ian BRECKIN - 161
    22. Kris COMMONS - 159
    23. Chris GUNTER - 157
    24. Gareth WILLIAMS - 154
    25. Guy MOUSSI - 150
    26. Henri LANSBURY - 150
    27. John THOMPSON - 148
    28. Jim BRENNAN - 137

    Most goalkeeper appearances :

    1. Lee CAMP - 195
    2. Dave BEASANT - 154
    3. Paul SMITH - 142
    4. Darren WARD - 127
    5. Karl DARLOW - 111

    Most goals scored :

    1. Marlon HAREWOOD - 55
    2. David JOHNSON - 50
    3. Rob EARNSHAW - 45
    4. Dexter BLACKSTOCK - 45
    5. Lewis MCGUGAN - 44
    6. Andy REID - 42
    7. Nathan TYSON - 42
    8. Kris COMMONS - 38
    9. Jack LESTER - 38
    10. Henri LANSBURY - 33
    11. Britt ASSOMBALONGA - 30

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    Camp surprises me for some reason, feels like he was only here for 5 minutes.


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    Hell of a lot of players who apparently weren't good enough for us in there.


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    Earnshaw would be top of that list if it was goals per game.
    The best striker of the post Clark era.

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    Hopefully Britt will shoot up that goals list. Quite clear we have been short of top strikers in recent years when Tyson and Blackstock are in the top 10 (by virtue of playing a lot of games vs being prolific)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Earnshaw would be top of that list if it was goals per game.
    The best striker of the post Clark era.
    He hates D***y


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    What's glaringly obvious is besides the Bassett carry-overs & the odd L1 warrior (ie Breckin) - it is basically the Hart and Davies teams ?

    We sold Lascelles, Dawson, Jenas, Bamford and Antonio before ever having potentially a chance to get on this list.


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    Collymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry1982 View Post
    Collymore?
    Played under Clark.


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    Henri Lansbury climbing up the list with his 150th appearance.

    Also now has 33 goals.


    Lichaj also climbed into the list with his 137th appearance.

    Ben Osborn is also on 107 appearances now at 22.


    Our three main-stays.


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    Chris Cohen may have gone past Reid to 292 but no guarantees he will get to 300.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Henri Lansbury climbing up the list with his 150th appearance.

    Also now has 33 goals.


    Lichaj also climbed into the list with his 137th appearance.

    Ben Osborn is also on 107 appearances now at 22.


    Our three main-stays.
    And one could rightly argue, our three most consistent performers.

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    Agree Chris. That is the reason they play when fit and available. No arguments, they play.


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    10. Henri LANSBURY - 27
    This puts his value into context, but also highlights the real dearth of striking talent we've had at the club in recent past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Unity View Post
    This puts his value into context, but also highlights the real dearth of striking talent we've had at the club in recent past.
    Good effort from central midfield that.


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    Didn't realise McGugan had played so many games for us, or scored so many goals.

    Googd number of games from Cohen too considering his injury woes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    Hell of a lot of players who apparently weren't good enough for us in there.
    That explains why it has gone the way it has post-Clark.


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    Default Re: Stats Post Clough-Clark

    that list of player appearances sort of explains why we never got promoted, a lot of distinctly average players in that list.


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    Default Re: Stats Post Clough-Clark

    Updated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve B View Post
    that list of player appearances sort of explains why we never got promoted, a lot of distinctly average players in that list.
    Luke Chambers being the standout average there.


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    Updated.

    Ben Osborn the big mover and in a tie for 4th on appearances.

    Dawson (104 in total) and Guedioura (100 in total) racked up their 100th Forest appearances this season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi View Post
    Earnshaw would be top of that list if it was goals per game.
    The best striker of the post Clark era.
    PVH for me, every time (with the usual caveat that he's an utter bellend).


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    Default Re: Stats Post Clough-Clark

    Earnie was the best finisher we've had in a while. Loved him. A real poacher.


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    When you see them lists it's no surprise we've been so shit.

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    Shows you how the past 10 years we've barely had a half decent striker for anywhere near long enough.


 

 

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