SINA STAG wrote: MTFCMusings wrote: ParisStag wrote: Amber Andy wrote:
yorkstag wrote:Hemmings is a 20 goal a season striker - not a hold up player.
Unfortunately not this season.
He scored 15 in half a season.
Half a season? He played nearly every game.
Compared to Dennis playing in a rubbish side I know who i would choose every time over all our strikers
From the BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/league-two/top-scorers
, League games only;
Kristian Dennis (Chesterfield): 182 minutes per goal - 3451 minutes played - 19 Goals scored - 2 Assists
Kane Hemmings: 196 minutes per goal - 2943 minutes played - 15 Goals scored - 1 Assists
Danny Rose: 215 minutes per goal - 3006 minutes played - 14 Goals scored - 2 Assists
Billy Kee (Accrington): 161 minutes per goal - 4032 minutes played - 25 Goals scored - 8 Assists
Danny Hylton (Luton): 148 minutes per goal - 3103 minutes played - 21 Goals scored - 4 Assists
Mohamed Eisa (Cheltenham): 163 minutes per goal - 3757 minutes played - 23 Goals scored - 5 Assists
Marc McNulty (Coventry): 149 minutes per goal - 3435 minutes played - 23 Goals scored - 6 Assists
Matt Green (Lincoln): 278 minutes per goal - 3620 minutes played - 13 Goals scored - 2 Assists
Hemmings has finished with a surprisingly good record, even though he missed many excellent chances over the season. I guess that this shows how he gets in good positions and even though he doesn't get decent shots in very often he gets enough. Certainly he's shown that he's a reasonable striker at this level, even if not quite up to Hylton level. Akinfenwa has a remarkable record of getting shots in, even if most of them don't find the net.
If I had to buy a striker from this league based on this season's stats alone I'd probably go for Eisa. 113 shots, 60% on target means he's prepared to take responsiblity and strike when given a chance. 5 assists is good too, from someone in that position. Hylton only got 85 shots away, Hemmings and Rose both on 74.