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son_of_foley
February 5th, 2017, 9:30 AM
Peter Crouch made it 100 Premier League goals recently.

Who of the current crop of players do you think will get there AND ROUGHLY WHEN?

The front-runners

Theo Walcott : 63 Premier League goals. Going to take him a few more years but you would expect him to get there.
Romelu Lukaku :- 76 Premier League goals. Expecting him to get there by end of next season.
Harry Kane :- 63 Premier League Goals. Expect it in the next 2 years.
Dele Alli - 21 goals from midfield. Unless he goes to La Liga this man will get there.

My outside shout :

Andy Carroll : Only on 49 at the minute but have a feeling he'll keep going in the league for another 6/7 years

StevieV
February 5th, 2017, 12:44 PM
Those being the closest is actually a Bit shocking.

My prediction is a big comeback for Berbatov next season. Only 5 goals to get.

Oh and Giroud. Maybe. 65 right now. Two good seasons if he drops down to a shittier club....

Canuck
February 5th, 2017, 12:51 PM
Benteke

Peter Griffin
February 5th, 2017, 1:36 PM
Diego Costa if he reigns in his mad side and realises what a good thing he's got at Chelsea.

Bad Collin
February 5th, 2017, 1:51 PM
Suarez is going to come back to Liverpool to get the extra 31 goals he needs.

Sturridge is on 71 but it's hard to see him getting there.

Andy
February 5th, 2017, 2:16 PM
Sanchez if he stays another three seasons. He'll be over 50 by the end of this season.

connorboy
February 5th, 2017, 5:16 PM
Lukaku could break 200, seems crazy he's only 23. It feels like he's been around for ages

son_of_foley
February 5th, 2017, 5:19 PM
Benteke

60 goals now. Would you expect him to stick around for 3/4 more years?

Simon
February 5th, 2017, 6:03 PM
Sturridge will probably do it, same with Carroll if he can stay fit (biggest if of all time). Lukaku gets a lot of stick but if he stays in the PL he will end up with one of the highest totals of all time, possibly second behind Shearer. It is actually mental how good Shearer's record is, basically 20 goals a season every year and that's including two long-term injuries - the only way I can see it getting broken in the near future is if we get a Messi/Ronaldo-type freak who starts banging in 40-50 every year.

son_of_foley
December 28th, 2017, 5:14 AM
My prediction of 2 years for Kane looks a bit silly now.

Shout out to Raheem Stirling who I think is on 44 now. 3 more than Bale :O

son_of_foley
December 9th, 2019, 10:03 AM
Jamie Vardy to do it this season it looks.

Hard not to respect what he's done over the years

Mane on 75 and Sterling now on 74.

Its mad to me that Rashford is only 1 goal behind Martial.

The Rosk
December 9th, 2019, 10:48 AM
Suarez is going to come back to Liverpool to get the extra 31 goals he needs.

Sturridge is on 71 but it's hard to see him getting there.

Jesus, he got 5 after this. Feb 2017.

Simon
December 9th, 2019, 11:03 AM
Sturridge will probably do it, same with Carroll if he can stay fit (biggest if of all time). Lukaku gets a lot of stick but if he stays in the PL he will end up with one of the highest totals of all time, possibly second behind Shearer. It is actually mental how good Shearer's record is, basically 20 goals a season every year and that's including two long-term injuries - the only way I can see it getting broken in the near future is if we get a Messi/Ronaldo-type freak who starts banging in 40-50 every year.

Two years later and Kane reaching it suddenly doesn't seem impossible. I suspect he probably won't do it, but as a player who doesn't rely on pace and has a rounded game (much like Shearer) he's got as good a chance as anyone.

The Rosk
December 9th, 2019, 11:14 AM
On 134 right now. Needs 137 to beat it. Averages 25 per season over the last 4 years.

He basically just needs to stay in England for at least 5 1/2 years to do it. Go elsewhere and it's not gonna happen.

Gangers
December 9th, 2019, 12:18 PM
Van Nistelrooy left with 95. Bottler.

I think it's virtually inconceivable to think that Kane won't at the very least break 200 goals, and also take Rooney's record for England. It's not totally out of the question that he could do it by mid-2021. In March it'll be 5 years since his international debut and he has 32 goals, so he's on a rate of 6.4 a year (12 this year has done his chances no harm).

Looking at it now I think you have to say Rashford looks nailed on. Early shout for Tammy Abraham? 16 already so give him five or six years if he kicks on and I think he'll be there.