Who’s your Anti-Player of the Year?
It’s that time of year when the platitudes are wheeled out and the awards are handed out to the stars of the season.
But rather than asking you to tell us about your best players, we want to know who were your worst performers of the season.
Which players were so bad, you’d rather they weren’t wasting space on the team bus?
Who was so awful, you’d have been better off playing with ten men?
Which player, when announced on the PA system, always brings a groan from your fans?
In short, who is YOUR club’s Anti-Player of the Year?
Inspired by an old feature on the brilliant and much-missed Baker & Kelly show back in the late 90s, we’re looking to compile the definitive list of Anti-Players – one for each club – and we need YOUR help to do it.
Send your nominations to us at banter [at] footballpubcast [dot] co [dot] uk
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When sending us your nominations, please tell us who you support, and who YOUR club’s Anti-Player is. We’re only accepting one nomination per club, so make sure you get yours in early.
ANTI-PLAYER OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS SO FAR…
Arsenal – Manuel Almunia, Sebastien Squillaci, Denilson
Aston Villa – Stephen Ireland
Cardiff City – Lee Naylor
Carlisle United – Richard Offiong
Chelsea – Fernando Torres, Jose Bosingwa
Everton – Yakubu
Gillingham – Mark McCammon
Huddersfield Town – Alan Lee
Leyton Orient – Ryan Jarvis
Liverpool – Christian Poulsen
Manchester City – Aleksander Kolarov
Manchester United – Wes Brown, Jonny Evans, Gabriel Obertan, Bebe
Newcastle United – Steven Taylor, Sol Campbell
Plymouth Argyle – The old directors of the club
Sheffield United – Nyron Nosworthy, Neill Collins
Sheffield Wednesday – Darren Potter
Stoke City – Danny Collins
Tottenham Hotspur – Jonathan Woodgate, Peter Crouch, Vedran Corluka
West Ham United – Carlton Cole, Benni McCarthy
Wolverhampton Wanderers – George Elokobi