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    Best finisher at the club

    I’d say Daryl Horgan is the most clinical finisher at the club - doesn’t get a huge amount of chances from his wide position, but he sticks a good number of them away when the opportunities arise.
    Is playing Horgan as a striker an option?


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    I'd say his being direct from wide positions is an asset for our team. His goals at Tynie and Ibrox, for example. I'd keep him wider and like to see him get in and around the box when he can which will also create space for overlapping full backs. I don't see him as a striker.

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    Surely Mallan. The amount of goals he has from outside the box is unreal.

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    Mallan for me.

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    Paul Hanlon doesn't miss many chances and has a happy knack of finding time and space in the box at set pieces.

    Good penalty taker too.

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    Kamberi for me, he goes 1v1 nine times out of ten he scores

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    Finisher = Kamberi.
    Striker of a ball = Mallan.

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    Going by this season so far its Allan

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    Kamberi.

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    Mallan , he usually gets them on target and when he does miss its usually not by much

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    Paul Hanlon doesn't miss many chances and has a happy knack of finding time and space in the box at set pieces.

    Good penalty taker too.
    One of the most infuriating things about us over the last few years is how bad we have been at corners(barring the obvious). McGregor and Hanlon have missed plenty good opportunities in the air

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    Finisher = Kamberi.
    Striker of a ball = Mallan.
    That's the way I see it. A lot of folk saying Mallan and I understand why, but my interpretation of "finishing" is someone that you'd be confident of sticking away 'strikers goals.'

    In the same way that Pirlo wasn't a better finisher than Inzaghi.

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    Judging by his nickname, it used to be Dirk...

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    Allan. When he gets in a good position he is lethal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigswissstriker View Post
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    One of the most infuriating things about us over the last few years is how bad we have been at corners(barring the obvious). McGregor and Hanlon have missed plenty good opportunities in the air
    Fontaine was the worst for that.

    McGregor had a purple patch where he got a lot of joy but hasn't done as well of late.

    Hanlon doesn't really stick out as much to me as having missed a lot. I was thinking less of headers but he gets across his man quite well and finds himself in position to get a decent amount of tap-ins/ easy chances at his feet. For a centre half, anyway.

    Forster attacked the ball well in the opposition box, but Porteous has outstanding potential when it comes to getting on the end of corners/ free kicks.

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    Steven Whittaker. By a considerable distance

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    If we're going by a goals/shots ratio, I suspect that David Gray is pretty high in the running.

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    Jason Cummings.............

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    Kamberi, no question.

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    Allan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernian32 View Post
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    Going by this season so far its Allan
    Kamberi has scored more, they just haven't counted them

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    Mallan for me. Finishing is about maintaining composure and technique under pressure and he strikes the ball brilliantly whenever he gets the chance. No good being a great finisher mid way inside your own half though

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    Doidge penalty box finisher

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leitherhibs View Post
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    Finisher = Kamberi.
    Striker of a ball = Mallan.
    Agree with this, good to make the distinction too!

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    I'd have to say the lad sitting in front of me in the East. He wolves those pies down like nobody else.

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