Registered On: May 21, 2018
The court will note that my learned friend is only considering Mr Ameobi’s goals in English football and NOT his career as a whole.
If the full facts are taken into account then an entirely different picture presents itself.
According to my independently verified expert testimony (Wikipedia) Mr Miller has a record of 121 games with 23 goals, a goals to games ratio of 0.19.
On the other hand Mr Ameobi has a record of 248 games with 57 goals. A quite frankly prolific gtg ratio of 0.22.
Add on the fact that Mr Ameobi went on to play for such giants of European football as Knattspyrnudeild Vestra, Ungmennafélag Grindavíkur & Vaasan Palloseura. Clubs at a level Mr Miller could only dream of representing.
It should also be noted that Mr Ameobi is the all time leading appearance maker and second all time leading scorer at the highly reputable FC Edmonton of the prestigious Canadian Premier League.
The final point submitted to the court is the weight of expectation placed onto Mr Ameobi by the fans due to his second name. Mr Ameobi is the younger brother of arguably the Premier Leagues greatest ever goal scorer and as such was expected to perform at a level much higher than that which was delivered. As such I argue that if it was not for the weight of his name he would be remembered simply as piss poor along with the likes of James Alabi, Matt Bailey and George Thomas and would not in fact considered one of the “worst of all time”.