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Doing some research on this, post-war in Scotland. Anyone else checked this out? I've set the bar at a minimum of 150 goals in competitive games...

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15 hours ago, Arch Stanton said:

This might help. Gives goal totals but not game totals


Yes, it's a good website, cheers. I've been gathering info from a number of sources - unfortunately only got up to surnames beginning with G on the Litster database before somehow managing to delete it from the disc. Various club historical websites have individual appearances and goalscoring records in all competitions, although the Rangers fitbastats site has included Glasgow Cup games in its totals. Litster's database appears to have omitted Spring Cup records for some reason.

It's a work in progress, but I've yet to come across anyone bettering Henry Morris's scoring rate of over 91% in all competitions...      

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Premiership and Championship players with 30 or more league goals for their current club.

  1. Leigh GRIFFITHS (Celtic)    1.48 games per goal
  2. Stephen DOBBIE (QoS)        1.84
  3. Adam ROONEY (Aberdeen)        2.03
  4. Louis MOULT (Motherwell)    2.24
  5. Kenny MILLER (Rangers)        2.38
  6. Kris BOYD (Kilmarnock)        2.51
  7. Derek LYLE (QoS)        2.79
  8. Kris DOOLAN (Partick)        2.88
  9. Lee MILLER (Falkirk)        2.92
  10. Andy JACKSON (Brechin)        2.94
  11. John SUTTON (St.Mirren)        3.18
  12. Steven MacLEAN (St Johnstone)    3.62
  13. Jamie WALKER (Hearts)        4.02
  14. Joe CARDLE (Dunfermline)    4.04
  15. Danny MULLEN (Livingston)    4.50
  16. Chris ERSKINE (Partick)        5.51
  17. Liam CRAIG (St Johnstone)    5.91
  18. Michael GARDYNE (Ross County)    6.00
  19. Ali CRAWFORD (Hamilton)        6.81

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Henry Morris has indeed come out on top post-war with 176 goals from 190 games. Only Alan Gilzean runs him close (165 from 185).

"Modern day", only Henrik Larsson, as you would expect, makes the top ten in 6th place with 242 from 313... 

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