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England's Worst Footballers By Jeff Stelling

England's Worst Footballers
by Jeff Stelling

This title is about the worst players to have represented each of the 92 Premiership and Nationwide league clubs - and what made them so bad.

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ENGLAND'S WORST FOOTBALLERS looks at all 92 Premiership and Nationwide clubs in England and Wales and with the help of the fans selects the worst player each club has ever had. For example, the Southampton player Ali Dia, who the then manager Graeme Souness bought without even having seen a video recording of, who after coming on as substitute was substituted himself - never to appear again. Arsenal's John Jensen was a successful Danish international who scored a spectacular goal in the European Championship Final in 1992 against Germany.However, Jensen scored one goal in 149 matches and indirectly brought about the downfall of a great manager, George Graham, because of transfer irregularities. And not forgetting the Shrewsbury Town player who got booked for singing a George Benson love ballad of the referee. It is as much about expectations being utterly unfulfilled rather than about some mediocre player who gets lucky and is picked for one game. Every fan has a view about who is the worst player they have ever seen represent their club, and this book promises to enliven debates all round the country.

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England's Worst Footballers
Jeff Stelling
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Orion Publishing Co
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