Top 10 Biggest Flops Of The 2014/15 Premier League Season

Hunters we bring you the 10 Premier League players who have been the most disappointing so far in 2014/15

10. Juan Mata, Manchester United

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Some may argue that is a bit harsh for a attacking midfielder who has scored two goals, but Mata just can’t find a place in Louis van Gaal’s XI which is poor for a £37.1m signing.

 

9. Daryl Janmaat, Newcastle United

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After a relatively impressive 2014 World Cup campaign with Netherlands this right-back arrived at St James’ Park with high expectations, but is some way short of what Mathieu Debuchy had to offer.

 

8. Rio Ferdinand, QPR

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Left Old Trafford as something of a club legend, but if he had been performing for the Red Devils the way he has been for the Hoops that reputation could have been seriously tarnished.

 

7. Vito Mannone, Sunderland

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6. Dejan Lovren, Liverpool

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Signed for £20m from Southampton to solve the defensive problems, but the Croatia international has failed to do that and has perhaps even hindered his new team at the back.

 

5. Mauricio Isla, QPR

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The full-back’s form for Chile at the World Cup in Brazil suggested he would be a great loan signing from Juventus, but has proven to be far from that since arriving in England

 

4. Shane Long, Southampton

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The impressive form of the Saints so far has somewhat taken attention away from this Republic of Ireland international’s failures and lack of goals since a £12m summer move.

 

3. Rickie Lambert, Liverpool

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2. Emmanuel Riviere, Newcastle United

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A 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday has deflected attention away from Alan Pardew for the time being, but if he is relying on strikers of the calibre of this Frenchman it could be a long season.

1. Mario Balotelli, Liverpool

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Appears to be getting singled out for everything currently, but with good reason as the Italy international has been beyond bad since arriving from AC Milan over the summer for £16m.

 

 

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Author: MC World

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