Brighton & Hove Albion’s Amex-era strikers: Where are they now?

Since Brighton moved to the Amex in 2011, the club has seen many forwards come and go.

Craig Mackail-Smith celebrates scoring for Brighton.
Craig Mackail-Smith celebrates scoring for Brighton.

Some have gone on to achieve great things, while others sought regular game time in the lower tiers of the English football pyramid. We profile how they have fared since their Amex departures. Data compiled by Dan Fox and Steve Bailey.

Scored 51 goals for Albion from 2010 to 2014, before joining Burnley in January, 2014. Still at the Clarets where he has scored 32 goals in 167 games.

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The nephew of Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp never made a senior appearance for Albion in two seasons. Signed for FC Emmen in 2013 and then went on to play for Sparta Rotterdam, Jong Sparta and now RKC Waalwijk.
Failed to net in ten games while on loan from Leeds in 2011. Went on to play for Doncaster, Sheffield United, Carlisle and Hartlepool, before hanging up his boots after a brief spell at non-league Warrington Town.
Albion's club record signing when he arrived in 2011. Scored 21 times in 109 league appearances in his four years at the club. Has since played for Luton, Peterborough and Wycombe. Now on loan to Notts County.
Netted three times in 14 loan appearances from Wolves in 2012. Joined Burnley later that year and scored more than 50 goals for the Clarets in the Championship and Premier League. Moved to Stoke in January.
Injury-hit time with Albion. Signed for Oxford in 2014, before joining Exeter and then Hemel Hempstead. Now with Northcote City.
The Norwegian made six appearances for Albion without scoring, before moving to Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2013. Has since returned to Norway to play for Haugesund, Odd and now Aalesund.
Left Albion in 2014 after failing to break into the first team. Had spells with Northampton and Gillingham before joining Colchester in 2016. Has scored 14 league goals in 73 appearances for The U's.
Did not score in four appearances for Brighton, before moving to Swindon in 2012. Went on to play for Gosport and Havant. Brief loan spell at Worthing last year. Re-joined Gosport from Staines last month.
Spent much of his time at Brighton out on loan to Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest and Burton Albion. Left Albion after three goals in three years to sign for Chesterfield. Now at Oldham.
Scored once in five appearances on loan from Tottenham in 2014. Had another loan spell at Charlton, before joining Swindon where he scored 25 goals in 94 league games. Now at Oxford.
One goal for Albion while on loan in 2014. Went on to score 21 goals in 123 appearances for Spanish side Alcorcon. Currently contracted to Osasuna, who play in the Spanish Segunda Division but is on loan to Numancia.
The Argentine was an instant hit with Albion fans during his initial 18 months. Moved to Leicester for 8m and helped the Foxes win the Premier League. Had a brief loan spell back at Brighton last year. Now playing in Mexico.
Scored twice in 15 appearances, before moving to Albion's arch rivals Crystal Palace. Went on to play for Blackpool, Fleetwood and Bolton, before moving to Queen of the South in 2016. Has since netted 91 goals in 117 games.
Made three appearances for Albion before moving to Crawley. Had a loan spell with Whitehawk, before joining National League Aldershot, where he has 18 goals in 89 games.
Scored a couple on loan for Albion in 2014. Went to Derby on loan before making the move permanent. Spent a brief spell on loan at Burton last season. Now appears as a pundit on Sky.
Scored four goals in 21 games for Brighton from 2014 to 2016. Went on to play for Granda and Mallorca before retiring.
Did not score for Brighton in a disappointing loan spell in 2015. Spells at Rotherham, Ipswich and Charlton have followed without much success. Currently a free agent having failed to score for two seasons.
One goal in five loan games for Brighton in 2013, before returning to Swansea. Has since played for Barnsley, Yeovil and Thai League 1 side Sisaket without setting the world alight. Now with Isthmian League side Margate.
The Dutch forward never really settled on the south coast after joining in 2015. Joined Turkish side Genclerbirligi in 2017 and now plays for Akhisar B.
Scored a number of vital goals during the promotion-winning season. Game time was restricted last season and joined Reading in the summer. Has scored five Championship goals this season.
Albion legend scored seven goals back at the club in the 2015/16 season as the club narrowly missed out on promotion. Retired at the end of the season.
Scored five goals in 25 appearances for Albion on loan from Manchester United in 2015/16. Has since left Old Trafford on loan to play for Derby and Sheffield United and is now at Aberdeen.
Struggled to get game time on loan from Arsenal at the Amex in 2017. Had another loan at Belgian side Sint-Truiden, before leaving Arsenal for Greek Super League leaders PAOK Thessaloniki. Five goals in 12 games this season.
Netted 23 goals as Albion were promoted into the Premier League in 2016/17. Scored 14 times as Brighton stayed up last season and is still banging in goals for the club, with 12 so far this season.
Played a crucial role in Albion's promotion to the Premier League after joining from Almeira in 2015. Scored 33 goals for the club. Currently on loan at QPR.
Frustrating start to his Albion career but has played more in recent weeks. Five goals in 33 appearances for the club since signing from PSV Eindhoven last January.
Joined Albion from Deportivo in the summer. Livewire forward has four goals in 18 appearances this season.