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The 2009/10 season by numbers

  • 17 May 2010 14:28
  • Posted by David Clayton/Tim Oscroft

With the dust settled on the season just gone, we’ve totted up the facts and figures that matter most involving the City players.

There are no awards or accolades, just statistics that highlight individual feats and various records that might have otherwise slipped under the radar for one reason or another.

So, without further delay, here are the stats that matter:

Most appearances (in all competitions):

Shay Given - 44, Gareth Barry - 42, Carlos Tevez - 38

Briefest appearance in total:

Alex Tchuimeni-Nimely (7 minutes v Burnley, debut for City)

Top scorers (all comps):

Carlos Tevez - 29, Emmanuel Adebayor - 14, Craig Bellamy – 11

Assists (Premier League only):

Craig Bellamy – 10, Adam Johnson – 9, Shaun Wright-Phillips - 8, Gareth Barry – 7

Most bookings (Premier League only):

Pablo Zabaleta – 9 yellow, 1 red, Nigel de Jong - 7 yellow

Average attendance:

45,513 – Third best in England

Quickest goals:

2.23 Stephen Ireland v Scunthorpe, 2.29 Emmanuel Adebayor v Blackburn, 2.41 Martin Petrov v Scunthorpe

Reserves top scorer:

Alex Nimely - 11

Academy top scorers:

Ahmad Benali 16, John Guidetti 13

Number of players making their first team debut: 14

Number of clean sheets: 14 (all Shay Given, though Gunnar Nielsen kept clean sheet as sub at Arsenal)

Highest attendance: 47,370 v Tottenham (*new stadium record)

Fair Play League:

City finished eighth overall and second in the Disciplinary Table

Penalties: 6/6 all scored by Tevez

*It’s worth noting the following goals will be considered by the Dubious Goals panel when they sit next week:

Carlos Tevez 1st goal v Bolton Wanderers (Saturday, December 12 2009), Micah Richards v Bolton Wanderers (Saturday, December 12 2009), Carlos Tevez 1st goal v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Monday, December 28 2009)

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