still most dreadful striker, cassanova in the world :thumbsup: he is only 36p
Eighty of those chances are when he's in an off-side position!Yeah, but not many players can actually have 100 chances in a game can they?
simply because he was one of the best poachers at positioning. The amount of chances makes up for the ones he misses. Also his ability in tight situations in the box have made him perform at any level. He has the total striker instinct that others don't necessarily have.Wouldnt exactly call his goalscoring ration "amazing".
Bulk of his career seems to be:
Juve - played 120 - Scored 57
Milan - Played 154 - Scored 60
127 Goals in 274 games is not the best striker of his generation! Thats less then 1 goal every 2 games!
I will stand corrected if these stats are wrong . .
I admit, I never liked him as a player, always thought he was playing with teams well above his ability. I dont watch him that much, but anytime I have seen him , I havent seen him contribute an awful lot to teams.
If you are offside alot and need alot of chances to score goals, then how can you be classed as a top forward. I thought a top forward was somebody who scored loads of goals, with less chances . . .
Ole Gunnar Solskaer doesnt have a huge goalscoring ratio, but you bet on him scoring a chance more often then not (he didnt need 30 chances to score, just one or two) and he contributed far more to the team. Thats just one example, Im sure there are loads others on differant teams. Pippo has been blessed to play for Serie A's best clubs and would certainly be on of those players who I scratch my head wondering "how!".