He's a sudden surprise, but I don't believe he finish being at the end of the season as the Top Scorer.OPM said:it is really awesome seeing mintal up there in front of guys like makaay, klose, ewerthon, mpenza and co.
and this beeing an offensive midfielder!
No that would be Hartson, who scored another 2 on Saturday. Although the Golden Boot points will probably have something different to say taking their points system into effect.OPM said:he hit the goal today again, we lost 2:1 tough in mönchengladbach.
leading the scorer table together with buckley from bielefeld now (10 each).
terribly different, i think the coca cola championship is comparable but not the prem.... I guess the type of play isnt so different but the level of competetion is, also you have to remeber that celtic is a GREAT team as far as scottish teams go and they have much more talent then wolves ever didfootieBalla said:looks like henri camara is having no trouble fitting into scottish football, not that it's terribly different from the english game. he wasnt particularly successful at wolves now was he?
exactly, you think those two would score that many for united? they wouldnt even make the reserve squad, and united STILL cant score this yearfootieBalla said:true enough, anyhow, the two of them together already have more gols than manchester united have combined in the league soo perhaps that's a way to put it
Glavisted said:He's a sudden surprise, but I don't believe he finish being at the end of the season as the Top Scorer.
Had I spoken too early?. :-sOPM said:He scored again!
Rank Player Goals
1 Marek Mintal (1.FC Nürnberg) 11
2 Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) 10
3 Oliver Neuville (Borussia M'gladbach) 9
4 Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) 8
5 Martin Petrov (VfL Wolfsburg) 7
That has to be last season's list.OPM said:England
Rank Player Goals
1 Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 30
2 Alan Shearer (Newcastle) 22
3 Ruud van Nistelrooy (Man Utd) 20
Louis Saha (Man Utd) 20
5 Nicolas Anelka (Man City) 17
Mikael Forssell (Birmingham) 17