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striker partnerships seem to be dying now?

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Back in the day you had:

 

1 - Yorke and Cole

2 - Henry and Bergkamp

3 - Quinn and Phillips

4 - Shearer and Sutton

5 - Gudjohnsen and Hasselbaink.

 

who were all prolific doing their ting

 

York and Cole though >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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if Ibra lasts more than 2 seasons at PSG, him and Lavezzi could become a good one

 

Vucinic and Giovinco?

 

Aguero and Forlan at Athletico>>>>>

 

I think players spending less time at one club is more responsible than the rise of any formation

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Strike partnerships used to be 2 actual strikers like Cole and Yorke or Wright and Bergkamp. Nowadays its one striker and one advanced midfielder like Adebayor and Bale or Torres and Gerrard, and possibly even Rooney and Van Persie cos while both are forwards, they do still swap as to who plays in the most advanced position. With that said I don't think its a dying art, its just adapting.

 

But even mentioning the players that have been mentioned, you can see which ones were the more withdrawn player.

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Raul y Morientes

Ronaldo y Raul

Del Piero/Trezeguet

Ronaldo e Zamorano

Ronaldo e Romario

Crespo y Chiesa

Heskey/Owen

Koller/Amoroso

Fabaino e Kanoute

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