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lead the line

To be the first person in a line of people. All right, kids, who wants to lead the line when we walk to lunch today?
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Pellegrino (left) must decide who leads the line. Charlie Austin has hit three in two starts since returning, while Shane Long and Manolo Gabbiadini are in contention.
disagree with his manager.He said: "When Gary puts his mind to it he can be anything."He has great movement, is a natural goalscorer, leads the line well and is so strong.
JORDAN RHODES leads the line in Town's day of destiny at Exeter tomorrow saying: "We'll take whatever card we're dealt."
OUR VIEW: Strong, skillful centre-forward who leads the line well with a keen eye for goal
Anfield legend Ian Rush leads the line for the Reds, and he is also joint favourite to be top scorer at 5-1.