The shit strikers thread

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Since we've been in the National League we've had:

Ntumba Massanka
Tobi Sho-Silva
Tyrone Marsh
Ryan Bird
Jamie Allen
Ade Azeez
Jake Reid
Duane Ofori-Achaempong
Elliott Charles

There will be more I've missed. All terrible players. Still giving Effiong the benefit of the doubt but he probably does belong in this thread, sentiment aside.

Ryan Bird aside (who is awful despite scoring a few penalties) that entire list must've scored about 10 goals between them for us.
 

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Joe Quigley is the undisputed one to beat in this thread. He's only 22 and has played for 8 different clubs at this level alone, not to mention clubs above and below here and as far as I'm aware he's been useless for every single one.
I can confirm he was indeed useless for us.
 

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Since we've been in the National League we've had:

Ntumba Massanka
Tobi Sho-Silva
Tyrone Marsh
Ryan Bird
Jamie Allen
Ade Azeez
Jake Reid
Duane Ofori-Achaempong
Elliott Charles

There will be more I've missed. All terrible players. Still giving Effiong the benefit of the doubt but he probably does belong in this thread, sentiment aside.

Ryan Bird aside (who is awful despite scoring a few penalties) that entire list must've scored about 10 goals between them for us.
I liked Big Duane, not for his non-existent footballing ability obviously but he is a lovely chap.

Tyrone Marsh looked good for us but probably due to the utter direness of everybody else at the club at the time. He was piss poor when he came on for Boreham on Saturday.

Ade Azeez? Yep absolutely shite!

Brett Williams, easily the laziest player I have ever seen and somehow managed to get booked for dissent every game whilst not looking like he gave a toss.

Stockley was crap when he was at Plainmoor as well but seems to have turned out ok ;)
 

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Joe Quigley actually started off fairly well for us when he was on loan but lost his confidence soon after and ended up looking like a Sunday league player by the end of his spell. Much like on Saturday.

If you think his miss at the weekend was bad - have a look at Jayden Stockley’s for us against Wrexham (8:25 in). He’s turned out ok...

What is that ball you're playing with on that video? Looks like one of those cheap fly aways.
 

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Since we've been in the National League we've had:

Ntumba Massanka
Tobi Sho-Silva
Tyrone Marsh
Ryan Bird
Jamie Allen
Ade Azeez
Jake Reid
Duane Ofori-Achaempong
Elliott Charles

There will be more I've missed. All terrible players. Still giving Effiong the benefit of the doubt but he probably does belong in this thread, sentiment aside.

Ryan Bird aside (who is awful despite scoring a few penalties) that entire list must've scored about 10 goals between them for us.
We had Ofori-Acheampong last season. Can confirm he is indeed shit. Got 1 goal for us.

I’d forgotten about Delano Sam-Yorke. Although he obviously scored against us after moving to Maidstone. Don’t think he scored another all season though.
 

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Since we've been in the National League we've had:

Ntumba Massanka
Tobi Sho-Silva
Tyrone Marsh
Ryan Bird
Jamie Allen
Ade Azeez
Jake Reid
Duane Ofori-Achaempong
Elliott Charles

There will be more I've missed. All terrible players. Still giving Effiong the benefit of the doubt but he probably does belong in this thread, sentiment aside.

Ryan Bird aside (who is awful despite scoring a few penalties) that entire list must've scored about 10 goals between them for us.
Tyrone Marsh was clearly not utilised properly - he was a very good player for us when we won the league at this level!
He also had a pretty good record for Torquay at National League level.
 

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Tyrone Marsh was clearly not utilised properly - he was a very good player for us when we won the league at this level!
He also had a pretty good record for Torquay at National League level.
Never really got much of a chance starting but whenever he came on he offered nothing and his attitude was awful.

James Alabi wasn't very good either.
You mean consecutive promotion winner James Alabi? Waste of space. Such promise too. Not dissimilar to Effiong, just without the running and effort.

I'll add Kane Richards into the mix too.
 
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Our three strikers (Mullings, Shields & Panyiotou) have scored 43 senior goals between them, in well over 300 appearances.

Looking forward to updating this thread with their progress as the season continues.
 

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Started due to injury problems but going in development squad, there's a lot to develop
Yeah but why the fuck do we have a development squad in first place, we’ve not got all our positions covered for first team yet.
 

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Tyrone Marsh looked good for us but probably due to the utter direness of everybody else at the club at the time. He was piss poor when he came on for Boreham on Saturday.
I thought he looked sharp and dangerous against us last night. He must be incredibly inconsistent.
 

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Brett Williams, easily the laziest player I have ever seen and somehow managed to get booked for dissent every game whilst not looking like he gave a toss.
I think the 43 goals he scored for us in two seasons a few years ago keeps him out of this thread.
 
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Tim Sills.
He was great for loads of other clubs (Aldershot, for example), but for us, he was as useful as a chocolate fireguard.
 

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Having been summoned to this thread last week, Scott Quigley's got a 48 hour pass out, subject to review on Tuesday.
 

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Having been summoned to this thread last week, Scott Quigley's got a 48 hour pass out, subject to review on Tuesday.
Actually played well second half aside from stupidly being caught offside three times, but what was he doing in the first half when the corner was knocked down to him? Looked like he pulled out when he just needed to poke it in.
 

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Witnessed the infamous Joe Quigley today. Had a shot that went out for a throw-in and missed an absolute sitter
Please pray for us this season.

We have Peter Taylor as manager with Joe Quigley up front
 

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Actually played well second half aside from stupidly being caught offside three times, but what was he doing in the first half when the corner was knocked down to him? Looked like he pulled out when he just needed to poke it in.
Not sure, away at the moment so wasn't there. Just going off the fact that he scored.
 

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