Poor isn’t a word that was thrown at Robin van Persie last season. After all after scoring 37 goals in what was at the start of the season a poor Arsenal team, he pretty much had the best season of his career to date.
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Phil Jones scored the first goal of his fledgling senior career as Manchester United ground out a victory over Aston Villa to ensure Manchester City’s lead at the top remained at five points.
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After the success of last fortnight’s Bitchy XI article, here’s our latest ‘Favourite XI’s’ piece which today will be focusing on players whose careers (despite being good by all means) have not quite hit the heights due to a number of reasons (bad form, wrong club moves, injuries, etc) that they should have done.
So after the second weekend of the Premier League season, here’s what we learnt this weekend:
Here’s a question for you. Which former England striker is often labelled as one of the worst strikers ever to play for his country and to grace the Premier League?