- n. Plural form of goalscorer.
“The thing with top, proven goalscorers is that you know it will come again.”
“Michael Donald's photographs of World Cup final goalscorers”
“Fidelity remains an appealing western trait: both Bristols still cherish memory of two immense and faithful goalscorers: City's John Atyeo (314 goals between 1951 and 1966) and Rovers' Geoff Bradford (245 between 1949 and 1964); and just up the road at Swindon don't forget John Trollope uniquely logging 770 appearances for a single club in the two decades from 1960.”
“But don't call up the bookies yet – in Billy's dream the goalscorers included two from Carroll and one from Jason McAteer!”
“In my sad existence I was wondering if there have been any other occasions when all goalscorers have had the same first name.”
“Sheffield Wednesday have had 12 different goalscorers in their 12 league games so far this season," notes Chris Hogg.”
“At the start they were not goalscorers, they were footballers, Wenger reflected.”
“In the team they have a strikeforce of Williams and Williams, between them joint top goalscorers for the team, as brothers.”
“Is this the furthest into a season that the number of goalscorers has equalled or bettered the number of games played?”
“In my sad existence I was wondering if there have been any other occasions when there have been all goalscorers with the with the same first name.”
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