Since I mentioned it in a different thread I thought I would create this thread. The biggest problem facing the Union is their inability to Finish. We currently rank second to last in goals and only fair slightly better in GPG avg as we are mere hundredths over Vancouver and Portland at 1.035 (Van and Port are at 1.033). We also rank 3rd to last on SOG per game ahead of Van and Chivas. Of the 29 goals scored only 12 have come from players listed at forward (Adu has 5 and can be sometimes considered a forward but for this argument lets call him a mid) and 5 of those are from Pajoy who was shipped off. That leaves a eye popping total of 7 goals scored from our current forward line. Our forwards have played 2897 minutes (this includes 458 from Mwanga and 72 from Perlaza who are no longer here as well) played amongst them. That is .217 goals per 90, if you factor Pajoy and his .302 our forwards were ate .246 goals per 90. Wondo himself is at .807 goals per 90 and Keane, Saborio and Cooper are around .58 each. Our forwards have managed 37 shots on goal and there are 5 players who have more by themselves, heck two of our mids have more shots on goal than any forward. With our forwards not putting the ball in or on the net we find ourselves near the bottom of the table. If we hope to improve next year and push for a playoff spot (not aiming higher than that right now) can we do it with our forward line as it is? I personally do not think so. I am not sure who we can target as always in motion the future is and I do not know who will be available from the MLS pool or that may be looking for a move to MLS. Some have mentioned Kenny Cooper as a possibility and I wouldn't mind that, while others throw out Le Toux as a possibility of coming back. Do you think we should/will stand pat, go after someone in the MLS pool or bring in another international?