5 Worst Football Players in the World 2022
Football is the most popular sport in the world. Over the period of time, football has been modernised. Nowadays, it is not about physicality only, tactics also play a crucial role in football. It is a team sport, but some players hold the ability to win the match for their team single handedly. On the other side, there are players which are rated as the worst football players. Today, we have accumulated the top 5 worst footballers in the world.
5. Royston Drenthe
Real Madrid signed him in 2008. Till date, he is seen as the worst signing of the club. Leaving the opposition’s fans aside, Royston Drenthe was not liked by Madrid’s fans. He was booed by Real Madrid’s fans at the Santiago Bernabeu.
4. Chris Kamara
Chris Karmara is one of the funniest commentators and an analyst but his football career was equally funny and painful. He played his professional football in the lower division. Kamara’s compilation of poor touches and mistakes are still available on the internet.
3. Gus Caesar
Gus Caesar’s time with Arsenal was termed as Frozen Rabbit by the Arsenal fans. His defensive skills used to help the away team rather than the home team. Caesar’s performance in the 1988 League Cup finals against Luton town was still regarded as the worst performance by an Arsenal player.
2. Massimo Taibi
Taibi was the replacement of Peter Schmeichel. He was bought by Manchester United for $4.5 million. He conceded more goals rather than saving them. Massimo Taibi had buttery fingers and he conceded numerous goals underneath his legs and fingers. He only made four appearances for the Red Devils before moving out of the club.
1. Ali Dia
He is considered as the worst footballer in the world. Dia had a really short and drastic professional career. His friend called then Southampton manager Graeme Souness. He convinced Ali Dia to be his cousin and played for French club Paris Saint Germain. Dia was given a one month contract. Ali Dia made a substitute appearance and 32 minutes later was subbed off. This was all from his professional career with Southampton.