Isn't there some statistic about football in general that you're just as likely to concede from your own corner (because everybody's gone up and you get caught on the counter) as you are to score a goal yourself?Biggest problem with that is that we do absolutely diddly squat with corners. I get so tense when Albion concede a corner, expecting the opposition to do something with it. Opponents must breathe a sigh of relief whenever we get a corner with our 0.0001% score rate from them. This has been an issue for ages now.
Obviously that depends to some extent on the people available to take the corner and put headers away, but most teams don't actually get much out of their corners. Which is why it sticks in the mind when they do and assume everybody else is much better at them.
To be clear, that statistic might not actually be true. But I haven't just made it up.