Who is the worst player to wear your team's shirt?

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for Bolton - got to be either Nicky Hunt or Daniel Braaten - both poor.
 

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For waste of money Nathan Ellington and Ramon Vega.

There have been many but they were the most expensive mistakes!
 

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The problem with naming the worst is that no one will have heard of them, most dissapointing for us has to be Steven Howard, ex premier league notches up 3 goals versus Sheffield U over 2 games, never looked like scoring against the other 22 teams
 

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I've just checked his stats on Wiki . 42 appearances , 3 goals, all v Sheffield U over 2 games,.so 40 out of 42 without scoring at a lower level, embarrassing
He was ancient by then wasn't he? His stats for us in League Two through the Championship were fantastic, not far shy of a goal every other game over 5 seasons.
 
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Yeah he was poor, I think it was partially a lack of confidence, to me it it didn't look like he himself believed he was Football League player. Just lacked any redeeming attributes really. It's weird because I remember him playing really well against us for Welling and then he just looked a completely different player or us, on face value he was a decent fit for our 4231 but it just didn't work out.

It also didn't help that we weren't exactly putting chances on a plate for our strikers last year.

I would also add Adam Boyd to Kenneth's list for a non conference era player for us.
 

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Adam Boyd was playing Championship football - doesn't excuse him for turning up pissed and overweight at the start of the season, straight after getting a lucrative move here.
 

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Eric Obinna - can't believe he was ever deemed good enough to be on the books at Arsenal, even at youth level, was woefully bad for us.
 

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He was ancient by then wasn't he? His stats for us in League Two through the Championship were fantastic, not far shy of a goal every other game over 5 seasons.
He came to us on relatively big money and a promise that he would torture defenders, he didn't hence dissapointment .
 

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Nicky Ajose.

Seems to do quite well at every club he goes too, he was absolutely awful at us though.
 
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There are loads for us, but the one that always sticks out for me is Rob Quinn. I hated him, used to start almost every game, & still to this day I never knew why, infuriating!
 

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Barry Corr

Useless Irish cnut. Did nothing except fall over, foul the opposition and get sent off at the first possible opportunity.
 
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Gareth Roberts. Came with a good cv but was absolutely embarrassing. Played 11 games before we binned him off
 

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The majority of players signed by Gary waddock usually from his previous club Aldershot, Keeper Nicki Bull was decent though.
 

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