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Louis Saha is a striker who currently plays for Everton FC in the Premier League. The forward 's career started in his homeland with Metz in 1996 as a youth player. His debut came in 1998 but he struggled to hold down a first team place. In 1999, Saha moved on loan to Newcastle United where he played 11 matches. He scored one goal in the 5th round of the FA Cup against Blackburn during the club 's run to the final. However, he was left out of the final and returned to Metz shortly after. Upon his return to the French club, Saha only netted five goals in 47 matches during a disappointing two year spell.
The forward 's career was reignited in the summer of 2000 with a move to Championship club Fulham for £2.1 million. His first season at the club saw him score 27 goals which helped lead the team to promotion. The following two Premier League campaigns saw an average return for Saha with nine and seven goals respectively. However, his form took off during the 2003/04 with 15 goals in the first half of the season alone. Inevitably Saha was linked with bigger clubs and moved to Manchester United in January 2004 for £12.8 million. The striker 's first couple of months were impressive with seven goals in his first ten appearances. However, injury was to mainly ruin his time at Old Trafford. The 2004/05 campaign saw him only make 11 appearances before a fine 05/06 season saw him notch 15 goals. Nevertheless, injury problems persisted and although his goals to games ratio were good, Saha could never put a run of games together in the team.
At the beginning of the 2008/09 season, Saha signed a two year pay as you play deal for an undisclosed fee. Once again injuries saw him initially struggle to settle into life at Goodison Park. Nevertheless, Saha managed six league goals in 24 appearances that season. In particular, he scored the quickest goal ever seen in an FA Cup final after just 25 seconds in the eventual 2-1 defeat to Chelsea. Injuries have again halted Saha from putting a run of games together in 2009/10. However, his goal to game ratio remains impressive with ten league goals in 15 appearances to date.
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