Did Francis Jeffers ever keep you awake at night? Did you slap yourself in the face each time you witnessed an Eric Djemba-Djemba attack-splitting pass? Did Titus Bramble cause you to eat your match programme in frustration? Then this is the book you’ve been waiting for. Relive all your least favourite Premier League moments by taking a journey back through the maze of frustration, disillusionment and failure that is the Premier League’s worst ever players. Grimace, wince and sob as you take a trip down the derelict end of memory lane, through a history of the Premier League’s most inept, incompetent, overpaid and under-talented exponents of the beautiful game.
Players who looked terrified whenever the ball came within twenty yards of them, players who would struggle to make the bench for their son’s under-7’s team and players who surprised you by managing to make it onto the field wearing the correct strip. If you’ve ever watched a Premier League player and wondered how they managed to turn professional and you didn’t, if you were left speechless as they were allowed to continue spreading their misery well into the second half, if they rang Graeme Souness pretending to be George Weah’s cousin or if they left you dumbfounded at the fact they’d managed to convince someone to pay them a wage to represent your hopes and dreams, you’ll find them all here.