Ranking the "big six" strikers

chef

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Geez if we had a competent striker this season we'd probably be pushing City for second.


Hopefully the goal pig can fill that hole.
 

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Cruyff14

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It's hard because a lot of the forwards are all different types of forwards.

Firmino is by far the best false 9 of the bunch.

Auba/Kun/Kane it's pretty much take your pick.

Laca is bloody good too.

Tammy is good and showing lots of promise but needs to do more

Rashford/Greenwood the same.

Throw Vardy into this bunch too and it becomes interesting.
 

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Cruyff14

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To be honest I think if you swapped Auba, Kane and Aguero between each others team, fans wouldn't really complain.
 

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There are so many variables if you start looking at finer details though IMO. To me, Kun is the best of this bunch.

Auba's passing isn't great, I agree, but he's also much faster than Kane (so does that offset his poorer passing?)

And Firmino is by far the best passer of the bunch mentioned.

So many variables.
 

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There are so many variables if you start looking at finer details though IMO. To me, Kun is the best of this bunch.

Auba's passing isn't great, I agree, but he's also much faster than Kane (so does that offset his poorer passing?)

And Firmino is by far the best passer of the bunch mentioned.

So many variables.
Think Kane & Aubs are on Kun’s level for finishing, he just has a better supply line than both.
 

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