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

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Andrea Dossena last season, Hate the little c*** with a passion.
 

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Last season Patrick Agyemang was absolute pony. Since coming into the football league, Exodus Geoghagon was an absolute donkey. Thank god we binned him quickly.
 

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In my 14 years watching Mansfield we have had quite a fair bit of shit wear our shirt, And I can't pick one out as the worst.

One who frustrated me more than ever though and turned into a complete and utter donkey after about 7 games and more because his Dad threatened to smack me at Kettering away because I called him shite. Kyle Perry.

Fat waster.
 

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In my 14 years watching Mansfield we have had quite a fair bit of shit wear our shirt, And I can't pick one out as the worst.

One who frustrated me more than ever though and turned into a complete and utter donkey after about 7 games and more because his Dad threatened to smack me at Kettering away because I called him shite. Kyle Perry.

Fat waster.

Kyle Perry, bambi on fucking ice.

Tyrone Thompson?
 

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Landry Zahana-Oni
 

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Did he get charged with shoplifting at Harrods or did they let him off?
I think Orient have to take some of the blame for that - do they expect him not to turn to crime when they don't even pay him a living wage? What sort of scoundrel can live off a measly £20k a week without nicking some stuff here and there?
 

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Fraser McClachlan by a country mile for me every single appearance he looked like he had beamed down from planet Zog and been lobbed a football 5 minutes before kick off.
 

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I think Orient have to take some of the blame for that - do they expect him not to turn to crime when they don't even pay him a living wage? What sort of scoundrel can live off a measly £20k a week without nicking some stuff here and there?
I think it's cause he got so used to committing daylight robbery at Orient that he developed a taste for stealing stuff.
 

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Ben Chorley and Yassin Moutaouakil have to be the worst players to have ever worn the Pompey shirt.
 

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The one that comes to mind for us is Eddie Newton, particularly as his decline in the 3 years since he scored in the FA Cup final for Chelsea before he came to us was pretty spectacular.
 
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Lots i could mention from our conference days but one who comes to mind from our shortish time as a Football League Club is Ryan McCann

Came down from Scotland with a decent reputation but was absolute pants from day one. Problem seemed to be that Sammy McIlroy saw him as a right back and he thought he was a central midfielder so he went walkabout during games with very little defending happening down his side.

I believe he's just been released by the mighty Peterhead which probably speaks volumes.
 

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I'd nominate two goalkeepers for us.

Mark Flashman. Wouldn't have been anywhere near a football team, at any level, even average non-league, apart from the fact that his father was the chairman. If he'd turned up to play for your Sunday league team you'd have subbed him before the game finished. I'm not even joking.

Peter Guthrie. Paid £60k to take him from Tottenham after they had paid £100k to buy him from Weymouth, where he'd built the reputation as one of the best keepers at that level. Don't know what happened at Tottenham then, as he was awful. I mean, really bad. Cost us so many points and we lost out on promotion to the league to Darlington on the last day of that season.
 

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Tommy Forecast.

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Phil Ifil, Marvin Morgan, Tom Kilbey, Jamie Guy, Jonathan Miles, Danny Spiller, Phil Walsh (Although he was a cult hero, so he can be exempt). Plenty more I'm sure.
 

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Far too many to mention here, but a few absolute shockers instantly spring to mind...

Neil Horwood
Trevor Robinson
David Adekola
David Robinson
Hakan Heyrettin
Kingsley Mbome
Trevor Robinson stands out in that selection for me but over the last 10 years you could fill a warehouse with the dross that has worn the shirt (and that excludes those who travel on the supporters bus and/or stand on the Habbin). Think of some other defenders who arrived in those early Conference years and have never been seen again as high as Conference South.
 

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We played in the Combined Counties League and had many, many, many shit players. A whole new dimension of ineptitude. Quite often a scratch team of our away fans would have hammered the opposition.
 

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Far too many to mention here, but a few absolute shockers instantly spring to mind...

Neil Horwood
Trevor Robinson
David Adekola
David Robinson
Hakan Heyrettin
Kingsley Mbome

Hello Sir Pickles, wonderful of you to join us!

Do you remember Horwood playing for us? I've heard of him, but info's very sketchy. Looks like his footballing career spanned only 2 years?!?
 
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Tommy Forecast.

I win!

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Unless this is a picture of Tommy Forecast, then no deal.

Actually, I think I would still take him if the above was him as he would still be about the same height as Flashman and would be in the right position at least a small percentage of the time.
 

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andy spring he was so bad he had 3 left feet...Alvin bubb ......
 

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Unless this is a picture of Tommy Forecast, then no deal.

Actually, I think I would still take him if the above was him as he would still be about the same height as Flashman and would be in the right position at least a small percentage of the time.
At least Flashman only ever played in one proper first team match, which was a dead rubber anyway.
Mind you, even though he only came on for the last 20 minutes of our celebration friendly against Arsenal, that was time enough to showcase his "talents."
 

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Jesus on a scootex, spend enough time in the Conference and it quite literally becomes a who's who of utter depravity, where every non-league nobody seems to pass through your revolving door, taking you on a paddleless journey down the River Styx.

Steven Istead, Tyrone Thompson, Ashley Cain, Kyle Nix, Peter Vicenti, Kyle fucking Perry, Gary Mills, Jon Challinor, Andy Burgess, Oliver Hotchkiss, Craig Dobson, Alex Jeannin, Nialle Rodney, Nick Hegarty, Nick Wright, Jamie Hand, Jamie Tolley. Pick the bones out of that sorry lot!

Makes the hairs on my neck stand on end before withering and dying another slow death. By far the worst experience of the Conference is the sheer scale of the shite that your beloved club employs; where you genuinely question - "hang on, I'm putting food in this fuckers belly!"
 

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Lol Alex Jeannin...... :fl:

Jon Challinor though, he was alright for us.
 

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All stand out for me as being very poor.
 

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Lol Alex Jeannin...... :fl:

Jon Challinor though, he was alright for us.
He certainly wouldn't be on this list for his time with us - not good enough but far from shite and a decent bloke. Always remembered on the Habbin because Seamus was for ever issuing instructions to "Challenger."

I caught a radio interview with him at the end of the season. He's enjoying life surrounded by willing youngsters at Stamford, the Daniels having escaped relegation in the last match of the season. Interestingly, of his 15 or 16 clubs, Cambridge (U's & City) and Stags don't get a mention in his biog (a distinction shared with Kettering, St Albans and Kalamazoo Kingdom).

 

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