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Top Scorer In Europe?

Discussion in 'Football' started by proxi, 11 November 2004.

  1. proxi

    proxi Champions League

    9 February 2003
    Sheffield
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Hey up.

    Is there a good site on the net that provides footy info about Europe's top scorer, and is constantly updated?

    Cheers.
     
  2. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Le Championnat (France)
    01. Mickael Pagis (Strasbourg) ---> 7 goals
    01. Alexander Frei (Rennes) ---> 7 goals
    03. Pauleta (París SG) ---> 6 goals
    03. Mohammed Kallon (AS Mónaco) ---> 6 goals
    03. Waldir (Ajaccio) ---> 6 goals

    Bundesliga (Germany)
    01.
    Marek Mintal (Nürnberg) ---> 9 goals
    02. Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) ---> 8 goals
    02. Oliver Neuville (Borussia Mönchengladbach) ---> 8 goals
    04. Cacau (Stuttgart) ---> 7 goals
    04. Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) ---> 7 goals

    Eredivisie (Netherlands)
    01.
    Dirk Kuyt (Feyenoord) ---> 9 goals
    01. Salomon Kalou (Feyenoord) ---> 9 goals
    03. Kenneth Pérez (AZ Alkmaar) ---> 8 goals
    03. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Heerenveen) ---> 8 goals
    05. Alí Boussaboun (NAC Breda) ---> 7 goals

    Serie A (Italy)
    01.
    Adriano (Inter de Milán) ---> 9 goals
    01. Vincenzo Montella (AS Roma) ---> 9 goals
    03. Valeri Bojinov (Lecce) ---> 8 goals
    04. Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milán) ---> 7 goals
    05. Alberto Gilardino (Parma) ---> 6 goals

    Premier League (Scotland)
    01. John Hartson (Celtic) ---> 10 goals
    02. Nacho Novo (Rangers) ---> 8 goals
    03. Henri Camara (Celtic) ---> 7 goals
    03. Kris Boys (Kilmarnock) ---> 7 goals
    03. Scott McDonald (Motherwell) ---> 7 goals

    LFP (Spain)
    01. Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona) ---> 9 goals
    02. Maximiliano Rodríguez (Espanyol) ---> 6 goals
    03. David Villa (Real Zaragoza) ---> 6 goals
    04. Savio (Real Zaragoza) ---> 5 goals
    04. Fernando Torres (Atlético Madrid) ---> 5 goals
    04. Vladimir Manchev (Levante) ---> 5 goals
    04. Marco Di Vaio (Valencia) ---> 5 goals
    04. Savo Milosevic (Osasuna) ---> 5 goals

    Premier League (England)
    01.
    Thierry Henry (Arsenal) ---> 10 goals
    02. Andrew Johnson (Crystal Palace) ---> 8 goals
    03. Henrik Pedersen (Bolton Wanderers) ---> 6 goals
    03. Yakubu Aiyegbeni (Portsmouth) ---> 6 goals
    03. Nicolás Anelka (Manchester City) ---> 6 goals
    03. Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink (Middlesbrough) ---> 6 goals
    03. Robert Pires (Arsenal) ---> 6 goals
    03. José Antonio Reyes (Arsenal) ---> 6 goals
     
  3. Ashed

    Ashed 01000001011100110110100

    29 January 2003
    Bangkok, Thailand
    Manchester United
  4. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    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!
     
  5. proxi

    proxi Champions League

    9 February 2003
    Sheffield
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Thanks Glavisted :) Look at Hartson go!
     
  6. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    He's a sudden surprise, but I don't believe he finish being at the end of the season as the Top Scorer.
     
  7. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    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).
     
  8. STR

    STR .

    15 April 2003
    I'm so impressed with Pires (7 now). Brilliant contribution from a midfielder who's only made six starts overall in the Prem this season.
     
  9. fd1972uk

    fd1972uk ---------------------

    9 January 2002
    Glasgow
    Celtic
    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.


    FD
     
  10. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    ok,ay that's true.but leading in germany he is.:D

    nice to see him on a top place over europe also.:D

    and hartson - no words, amazing player.who needs larsson?;)
     
  11. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Shevchenko scored twice to take him among first place with Montella and Adriano. It was also his 100th League goal with Milan.
     
  12. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Le Championnat (France)
    01. Mickael Pagis (Strasbourg) ---> 7 goals
    01. Alexander Frei (Rennes) ---> 7 goals
    03. Pauleta (París SG) ---> 6 goals
    03. Mohammed Kallon (AS Mónaco) ---> 6 goals
    03. Waldir (Ajaccio) ---> 6 goals

    Bundesliga (Germany)
    01. Marek Mintal (Nürnberg) ---> 10 goals
    01. Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) ---> 10 goals
    03. Oliver Neuville (Borussia Mönchengladbach) ---> 9 goals
    04. Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) ---> 8 goals
    05. Cacau (Stuttgart) ---> 7 goals
    05. Martin Petrov (Wolfsburgo) ---> 7 goals

    Eredivisie (Netherlands)
    01. Dirk Kuyt (Feyenoord) ---> 10 goals
    02. Salomon Kalou (Feyenoord) ---> 9 goals
    03. Kenneth Pérez (AZ Alkmaar) ---> 8 goals
    03. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Heerenveen) ---> 8 goals
    05. Alí Boussaboun (NAC Breda) ---> 7 goals
    05. Jan Venegoor of Hesselink (PSV Eindhoven) ---> 7 goals

    Serie A (Italy)
    01. Adriano (Inter de Milán) ---> 9 goals
    01. Vincenzo Montella (AS Roma) ---> 9 goals
    01. Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milán) ---> 9 goals
    04. Valeri Bojinov (Lecce) ---> 8 goals
    05. Alberto Gilardino (Parma) ---> 6 goals
    05. Cristiano Lucarelli (Livorno) ---> 6 goals
    05. Mauro Espósito (Cagliari) ---> 6 goals

    Premier League (Scotland)
    01. John Hartson (Celtic) ---> 12 goals
    02. Nacho Novo (Rangers) ---> 8 goals
    03. Henri Camara (Celtic) ---> 7 goals
    03. Kris Boyd (Kilmarnock) ---> 7 goals
    03. Scott McDonald (Motherwell) ---> 7 goals

    LFP (Spain)
    01. Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona) ---> 9 goals
    02. Maximiliano Rodríguez (Espanyol) ---> 7 goals
    03. David Villa (Real Zaragoza) ---> 6 goals
    03. Ismael Urzáiz (Athletic Bilbao) ---> 6 goals
    05. Savio (Real Zaragoza) ---> 5 goals
    05. Fernando Torres (Atlético Madrid) ---> 5 goals
    05. Vladimir Manchev (Levante) ---> 5 goals
    05. Marco Di Vaio (Valencia) ---> 5 goals
    05. Savo Milosevic (Osasuna) ---> 5 goals
    05. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) ---> 5 goals
    05. Ricardo Oliveira (Real Betis) ---> 5 goals

    Premier League (England)
    01. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) ---> 11 goals
    02. Andrew Johnson (Crystal Palace) ---> 8 goals
    03. Robert Pires (Arsenal) ---> 7 goals
    03. Milan Baros (Liverpool) ---> 7 goals
    05. Henrik Pedersen (Bolton Wanderers) ---> 6 goals
    05. Yakubu Aiyegbeni (Portsmouth) ---> 6 goals
    05. Nicolás Anelka (Manchester City) ---> 6 goals
    05. Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink (Middlesbrough) ---> 6 goals
    05. José Antonio Reyes (Arsenal) ---> 6 goals
     
  13. footieBalla

    footieBalla Guest

    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?

    -fb
     
  14. gomito#10

    gomito#10 World Cup Winner

    9 May 2003
    DC, USA
    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 did
     
  15. footieBalla

    footieBalla Guest

    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

    -fb
     
  16. gomito#10

    gomito#10 World Cup Winner

    9 May 2003
    DC, USA
    exactly, you think those two would score that many for united? they wouldnt even make the reserve squad, and united STILL cant score this year
     
  17. yazoo

    yazoo Guest

    my bad fb
     
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  18. footieBalla

    footieBalla Guest

    **EDIT**

    haha, quite alright, not meaning to put you down

    :D

    -fb
     
    Last edited by a moderator: 5 December 2004
  19. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    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

    just amazing... :applause:

    :)

    [​IMG]
     
  20. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Had I spoken too early?. :-s
     
  21. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    we will see. ;)
    he's allready better than last years best midfielder btw, which was micoud scoring 10 goals after 34 matches. :)
     
  22. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    Sadly we lost 3:1, but again...

    1 Marek Mintal (Nurnberg) 12
    2 Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) 10
    3 Oliver Neuville (Borussia M'gladbach) 9
    4 Marcelo Marcelinho (Hertha Berlin) 8
    Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) 8
    6 Andrej Voronin (Bayer Leverkusen) 7
    Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen) 7
    Martin Petrov (VfL Wolfsburg) 7
    Jeronimo Baretto Cacau (VfB Stuttgart) 7
     
  23. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    :phe scored again against Bayern Munich. :D

    Rank Player Goals
    1 Marek Mintal (Nurnberg) 13
    2 Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) 10
    Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) 10
    4 Marcelo Marcelinho (Hertha Berlin) 9
    Oliver Neuville (Borussia M'gladbach) 9
     
  24. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    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

    Germany

    Rank Player Goals
    1 Marek Mintal (Nurnberg) 14
    2 Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) 11
    3 Andrej Voronin (Bayer Leverkusen) 10
    Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) 10
    5 Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen) 9
    Marcelo Marcelinho (Hertha Berlin) 9
    Oliver Neuville (Borussia M'gladbach) 9

    Spain

    Rank Player Goals
    1 Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona) 16
    2 Diego Forlan (Villarreal) 13
    3 Ricardo Oliveira (Betis Sevilla) 11
    Luiz Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 11
    5 Kahveci Nihat (Real Sociedad) 9
    Rodriguez Maxi (Espanyol) 9

    Italy

    Rank Player Goals
    1 Vincenzo Montella (Roma) 17
    2 Leite Adriano (Inter Milan) 14
    3 Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milan) 13
    4 Francesco Totti (Roma) 11
    Valeri Bojinov (Lecce) 11

    France

    Rank Player Goals
    1 Mohamed Kallon (Monaco) 11
    2 Pedro Pauleta (PSG) 10
    3 Alexander Frei (Rennes) 9
    4 Olivier Monterubbio (Rennes) 8
    Benjamin Mwaruwari (Auxerre) 8
    Waldir Lucas Pereira (AC Ajaccio) 8
    Mickael Pagis (Strasbourg) 8
    Marama Vahirua (Nice) 8
    Araujo Ilan (Sochaux) 8
     
  25. Gazz22

    Gazz22 League 1

    6 August 2003

    Wasn't that last years?
     
  26. gomito#10

    gomito#10 World Cup Winner

    9 May 2003
    DC, USA
    has to be, ruud hasnt scored that many he has been hurt
     
  27. RuneEdge

    RuneEdge Silent Assassin

    1 October 2003
    Turn around, I'm right behind you...
    Manchester United
    That has to be last season's list.

    Where can you find this season's one?
     
  28. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    True, it is.but how?i clicked on the espn link and copied every ligue, like i did before - :shock: :roll:

    sorry guys!
     
  29. OPM

    OPM ... Staff

    2 June 2003
    Budapest
    .
    Top scorers: Bundesliga 2004/05
    Rank Player Goals
    1 Marek Mintal (Nurnberg) 17
    2 Delron Buckley (Arminia Bielefeld) 13
    3 Roy Makaay (Bayern Munich) 12
    Miroslav Klose (Werder Bremen) 12
    5 Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen) 11
    6 Jan Koller (Borussia Dortmund) 10
    Andrej Voronin (Bayer Leverkusen) 10
    8 Sergej Barbarez (Hamburg SV) 9
    Thomas Brdaric (VfL Wolfsburg) 9
    Kevin Kuranyi (VfB Stuttgart) 9
    Marcelo Marcelinho (Hertha Berlin) 9
    Oliver Neuville (Borussia M'gladbach) 9

    he is too amazing, too bad we lost 2:4 to leverkusen :(
     

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