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The French international has had a very dissapointing season for Everton but in recent times has faired a lot better. He hit a purple patch between January and February where he scored eight goals in six league games.
There is no doubting the "Kings" talent as on his day, he is as clinical as any striker in the Barclays Premier League. But he has two major flaws: injuries and consistency. If he had stayed injury free and consistent, there is no doubt in my mind he would still be a Manchester United player.
Players like Darren Bent are priceless. He is guaranteed 20 goals a season and more. There is not a lot you can say about him besides the fact he has that knack for scoring goals and lots of them. I believe the transfer of Bent to Aston Villa was the shrewdest piece of business to be completed in the January window.
Currently Elmander is enjoying his best goal scoring season in the EPL since his big money move from Toulouse . He was brought in to replace the departed Nicholas Anelka who left for Chelsea. In his first and second seasons, Elmander look out of his depth at this level, but under the guidance of former Bolton striker Owen Coyle, Elmander's fortunes have changed.
He has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season including a superb individual finish against Wolves earlier in the season. Elmander is underrated, and his partnership with Kevin Davies has caused a lot of centre halves problems this season.
I know he has only played a handful of times in the EPL, but how could you not be impressed by the little Uruguayan? His slalom-like run against Manchester United would have made Leo Messi envious.
It may be early in Suarez' Anfield career, but I predict a huge future for "El Pistolero." From what I have seen of him, he reminds me very much of Carlos Tevez, and if he can recreate the Argentine's success, the £23 million outlay will look like a pittance.
After a hugely successful World Cup, Gyan departed Stade Rennais for the Stadium of Light, and this move has been a massive success and coup for manager Steve Bruce. He has scored 11 times for the Black Cats and looks to be taking the goal scoring mantle from former fan favourites Kenwyne Jones and Darren Bent.
Forget the £35 million move and mega price tag. Before all of this hullabaloo, Carroll was enjoying an extremely fruitful season for Newcastle United. This season he has scored 11 league goals, including a superb hat trick against Aston Villa very early in the season.
Carroll is reminiscent to centre forwards who are from a long gone era, a modern day Duncan Ferguson if you will. The man is only 21 years old but swaggers round the pitch like he is a champion race horse. Anyone who is not excited about the possible strike force of Suarez and Carroll is obviously not a football fan, or they support Everton or Manchester United.
Supremely powerful in the air, Carroll is a beast for any centre half, never mind in the EPL, in Europe even.
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