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Worst Premier League players of all time

We think of the Premier League as the competition that allowed talent like Cristiano Ronaldo to flourish but for every multi-million dollar superstar that’s graced the game in England, there’s a bargain bucket loser or two who played a few minutes before being subbed. We take a look at the worst of them.

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Thomas Brolin was a Leeds United player who made a splash for all the wrong reasons. He made his name at Euro 92 and the 1994 World Cup but injury led to weight gain and weight gain led to poor performances which led to his exit from the Yorkshire club.

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Fulham signed our next loser Steve Marlet for £11.5million. His performances were so bad that the London club could only get 11 goals from him. He was so bad that Mohammed Al Fayed his ex-manager Jean Tigana to court claiming that he must have taken a bung to sign him.

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Fulham signed our next loser Steve Marlet for £11.5million. His performances were so bad that the London club could only get 11 goals from him. He was so bad that Mohammed Al Fayed his ex-manager Jean Tigana to court claiming that he must have taken a bung to sign him.

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Andrea Silenzi was an erratic player who never found his feet in the league. He played for two years and scored no goals.

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Harry Redknapp doesn’t sign many duds but he made an exception with Marco Boogers. Boogers was a West Ham signing who couldn’t keep his cool on the pitch so he was shipped off on loan after two appearances.

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Winston Bogarde was paid £40,000 a week for four years at Chelsea. He stubbornly refused to leave the London club even though they only played him nine times.

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Winston Bogarde was paid £40,000 a week for four years at Chelsea. He stubbornly refused to leave the London club even though they only played him nine times.

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Francis Jeffers was thought of so highly that the papers called him the next Wayne Rooney. Unfortunately for the Sheffield player his £8 million transfer to Arsenal only yielded four goals in 22 appearances.

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Juan Sebastian Veron shouldn’t be on this list. The player was just too good to be mentioned among those who couldn’t hack it in the world’s best football league. But at £28.1 million on Argentinian starlet was too pricy for the performances he produced which makes him the top flop in the league’s history.

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Juan Sebastian Veron shouldn’t be on this list. The player was just too good to be mentioned among those who couldn’t hack it in the world’s best football league. But at £28.1 million on Argentinian starlet was too pricy for the performances he produced which makes him the top flop in the league’s history.

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