david moyes must now have a headache about his strikers..at the moment we have campbell, radzinski, ferguson, rooney, jeffers, mcfadden and chadwick all in contention for a starting place. granted, mcfadden seems to have been given a new role on the left flank and chadwick is still a little down the pecking order, but what about the others. realistically it's 5 people fighting for 2 spots. * campbell's just come back from injury and looked out of sorts when he made his return against Southampton. i hope his poor performance was down to his lack of match practice/fitness rather than any signs of what's to come. he hardly challenged for a header at the weekend and won nothing in the air. * radzinski's got the pace that's needed to scare defenders and put them on the back foot, but there's a feeling that he hasn't really done it for us this season. then there's increasing talk that he doesn't want to extend his contract and will be sold on in january. if that's the case, moyes may want to give him more of a substitute's role and try to establish a consistent strikeforce for the future. * ferguson's been great since he's recovered from his longterm injury, and has certainly susprised me with his performances. i have to confess i thought i'd never see him pull an everton shirt on again. having said that there's still the lingering doubts he could aggravate his well-known injuries again and be out for months. then there's his disciplinary problems. * rooney's obviously our preferred striker of the future, but on the evidence of this season, doesn't seem to be playing that well at the moment. it's definitely fair to say he's done better for england than for everton. i think moyes would prefer to going back to using him as a super-sub..no matter how strong the shouts from the crowd for his appearance when things aren't going well. * i welcomed jeffers back with open arms after his time at arsenal. a feeling that wasn't necessarily shared by everyone at Goodison. however, i wonder if the injuries have taken their toll on Frannie and blunted a side of his game. he doesn't seem nearly as sharp as before and has seemingly lost that extra yard of pace he used to possess. again tho, maybe his performances haven't seen him at his best...he's not long come back from injury himself. i can't possibly see how a club like everton can have 5 first-team strikers clambering for 2 spots in the lineup. someone's going to have to go, whether that's radzinski in january, or whether we send jeffers back to arsenal, i don't know. we also can't forget that campbell/ ferguson must be approaching their last couple of seasons of top-class football due to their age..