Can you name the last West Ham player to score 15 goals in a Premier League season?
Well done to those who named Paolo Di Canio, way back in the 1999-2000 season. That’s how long it’s been since the Hammers have had a reliable goal-getter in attack.
You can’t really fault our effort, but you can fault our decision making.
Since David’s Gold and Sullivan took over the Hammers in January 2010, the club have signed 31 strikers. Thirty-one. That is absurd.
What West Ham would give to have the likes of Jermain Defoe, Dean Ashton and Marlon Harewood back at the club in their primes to score goals on a regular basis.
If you can’t remember all the miserable failures to grace our club, don’t sweat, I’ve decided to rate each and every striker the Hammers have signed in SuGo’s seven-year tenure at the club.
What a trip down memory lane this will be.