I’d like to analyse this more a little later, but wanted to point you in the direction of an excellent article on the Guardian website which has looked at the poor record of Gold and Sullivan when it comes to signing strikers for the club.  The saying ‘a stitch in time saves nine’ comes to mind, with an earlier outlay on a good striker would have cost the club less than continual mistakes such as Wellington Paulista and Simone Zaza.  A good read…

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