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The Premier League’s most impressive debut strikers

05 Th8 2022 | 19:19

Andy Cole Growing up in Arsenal’s academy, he became a potential striker for Bristol City before joining Newcastle in February 1993, when the club were leading the league. The former England striker scored 12 goals in 12 appearances for Newcastle in the second half of the 1992-93 season, before scoring a record 34 goals in the Premier League the following season.

In January 1995, Manchester United signed Cole from Newcastle for $8.5 million, breaking the Premier League transfer record. In six seasons at Old Trafford, Cole scored 93 goals in 195 games and won eight titles, including a historic treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in 1999. photo: Newcastle United